A Separate Peace

how does finny have his own "separate piece"?

chapter 8

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I'm not exactly sure how this relates to chapter 8 in particular. Finny has no longing or feeling of duty to the war effort. He sees it for what it largely is: old men sending young men to die over some squabble. I suppose he finds a peace in that as opposed to Brinker and many others who find war a duty.