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Leper camps in his dining room after escaping the army, he also says he wanted to be in the ski unit. The dining room is a big part about Lepers escaping part.
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This book was horrible and not fun to read.
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I don't think that Finny falling out of the tree is the climax because it doesn't solve anything, in fact it begins the novel. The climax is when the Doctor at Devon announces that Finny is dead. This is because it starts the resolution of the book and the action starts winding down from that point on.
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