A Separate Peace

Why does Gene think that clearing out his locker is a more significant end to his schooling than getting a diploma?

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Gene's experience at Devon had little to do with his academics. Gene's real experience was life and growing up. Gene's locker represents all his experiences; they represent his pleasure and and his pain, the sacred and profane.