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I took a step toward him and then my knees bent and I jounced the limb Finny his balance gone hit the bank with a sickening unnatural thud with unthinking sureness i moved out on the limb and jumped into the river every trace of fear of this forgotten Knowles 52 When our emotions rush through our bodies and end up taking over before long We bear no taciturnity over our own body Emotions can alter a persons proficiency to make decisions We generate ourselves to get choleric about things that when we realize the outcome to it is never gratifying Insecurity is a dominant component in the proliferation of the novel Gene is decrepit about his own capabilities and intelligence He also deems that Finny is endeavoring to destroy his academic success even though it is Genes paranoia over his own lack of talent Then Genes paranoia leads to eventually taking the opportunity to destroy Finnys nonpareil nature Gene thought that since both of them were both exceptionally good at something Finny wanted to ruin Genes talent Gene was also assured that there was rivalry between them even though it was just Genes insecurity about himself From the same incident another emotion arises denial Finny denies that it was Gene that caused his accident One of Finnys rules of life is that all people are innately good Finny denies all of the events surrounding his accident When Brinker tries to question Finny about the incident Finny runs instead of acknowledging the truth Finny also tries to deny that the war exists Instead he claims it is a fabrication of fat old men trying to stop young people from enjoying themselves This is his excuse since he cant fight Finny also wants Gene to train for the 1944 Olympics He refuses to accept the loss of his athletic ability Finny breaks his leg a second time then he has surgery
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