Ernest Hemingway's novel "Farewell to Arms" (1929) took place in front of the Italian front line of the First World War. Frederick Henry is an American lieutenant who drives an Italian army ambulance. While on vacation, he often went to brothels and was drunk. When he was fighting in the war, his knee was injured, and he had to go to the hospital in Milan, where he met a British nurse named Catherine Berkeley, and with her fell in love. In many of their sexual events, Catherine was pregnant. Frederick was tired of seeing Italian welding workers killing each other, so I wanted to give up the war.
Hemingway's "weapons to parting" The main role of Catherine Barkley and Frederic Henry's self-absorption, Hemingway's "Farewell Weapons" are the two most self-absorbing characters I encountered. Frederick Henry considered only what he wanted, and Catherine was only concerned about Frederick's thoughts and thoughts. They have thought about themselves, so I think that the baby was not born alive. They are concentrating on thinking too much about other people.
Farewell, weapons are one of the best novels of Ernest Hemingway. Hemingway wrote most of the story of his life in his novel. "Farewell, weapons" is a classic classic story that can point to the possibility of confrontation between Romeo and his Juliet. Frederic Henry is an American who served as an aide to the Italian army in a group of ambulance drivers. The story begins with Frederick Henry serving the Italian army. After he got hurt by a mortar, he met his love at the hospital. "Farewell, weapons" is one of the best novels in America, from the main character, lieutenant Henry, the symbol, and the character of the exciting plot.
Ernest Hemingway's book "Farewell to Arms" is a classic about nurses and war soldiers love stories. The story begins with Frederick Henry serving the Italian army. He encountered his future love at the hospital and he was placed for various reasons. I think that "Farewell, weapons" is a good book, from a conspiracy that is symbolic and exciting, and the constant movement of the hero. The symbolicity of "Farewell, weapons" is very obvious. Ernest Hemingway was always a poor performer with symbolism at night. For the hero of Hemingway's novel, the night was always a sign of death or a negative one. Another symbol of parting weapons is that Henry tried to escape from the Italian army and flew off the army by jumping off the ship that the army was moving.