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“A farewell to arms” by Ernest Hemingway, is story about henry, a young American student, who moves to Italy for further studies , joins army and changes from living a cheap life to a noble one. In a pessimistic mood, Ernest describes Henry’s life encounters and…
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Download file to see previous pages Miss van Campen the hospital manager, visits henry, they develop a mutual hate to one another, but turns down his request for wine but rather sends a glass of eggnog. Under henry’s order, the porter brings wine and vermouth.
Miss Gage enters henry’s ward and sots the wine bottles under the bed. Contrary to henry’s expectation she complains of not being invited. Upon henry’s request, a barber is brought to shave him. He mistakes henry of the Austrian soldier and treats him rudely. Later after the barber and the porter have left, Henry meets Catherine; they fall in love and make love in the hospital bed.
It’s in chapter 15, when the first doctors arrive, examines henry’s leg and upon consultation with three other doctors suggest that henry stay in bed for six months awaiting operation. Henry rebels and jokingly suggests the legs amputation. However, Dr. Valentine, a cheerful, enthusiastic and proficient doctor, arrives two hours later and promises to take the operation the day after.
That night Henry and Catherine spend together. Catherine assures henry of their privacy, she prepares him for operation, they commemorate their last night’s affair but she warns him not to talk about their affair claiming that anesthetics make people talkative. Both are attracted to each other. Catherine is pleased by henry’s response that he was previously a virgin, while henry asks her to come back that night though she declines.
The operation is successful, though it makes henry feel unwell for a while. Three more patients join henry. Henry makes a new nurse friend, Helen Furgerson who delivers messages to Catherine, when the two lovers aren’t together. Unlike Miss Gage, who happens to be jealous, Helen is happy with Catherine’s affair but warns henry not to get Catherine into trouble. Henry convinces Helen and gage to offer Catherine some night offs. The two lovers reunite in ...Download file to see next pagesRead More
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