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Gene-The Character Analysis Gene one of the main characters in the book has a complex personality with lots of conflicts and a struggle to find himself or in other words his own identity Throughout the book we come across acts and thoughts of Gene envying Phineas Although he mentions that hes glad having a boy like Phineas as a roommate and best friend in several places among the book its clear that he has a feeling in himself against Phineas even he cant describe himself At the beginning and the first chapters of the book Gene shows a very weak character accepting everything thats offered to him by Phineas not considering any other facts like his studies or anything hes responsible of doing like the night he spent with Phineas in the Ocean when he couldnt study for his trigonometry exam and almost missed it Gene lacks self control until the last chapters of the book unlike Phineas who has a total control of himself and is pleased with the way he lives his life Gene complains about the way of his life with Phineas and sometimes thinks Phineas is affecting his life in a bad way consciously whereas its his own fault not wording his thoughts to Phineas Gene is never sure himself in many occasions and what his own properties are He always thinks Phineas is good at everything and doesnt give a second thought to what he is himself a very successful student with a fine ability in sports He becomes aware of his academic abilities when Phineas tells him so and his immature character shows itself here as he gets second thoughts about Phineas a friend telling him sincerely everything he thinks Genes search for an identity and a higher place among the community results in the unfriendly ideas he gets about Phineas thinking he isnt really his best friend Genes undeveloped personality suffers a big
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