Dealing with deaths with parting weapons "Sometimes I describe myself as death, so I am afraid of rain" (P. 126). This is a short quote from Ernesto Hemingway's "Farewell, Weapons" (1929). Saying good-bye to a weapon will eventually lead to unexpected death. As the novel matures from the beginning to the end of the novel, the reader will sympathize with the hero. "Farewell, weapons" is a love story during the First World War. This novel is centered on Lieutenant Frederic Henry, an American who volunteered to join an ambulance to drive an Italian army in Europe because the United States has not yet taken part in the war.
In 1918, Ernest Hemingway fought and the war ended all wars. He volunteered to receive ambulance service in Italy, injured twice and decorated it. His experience comes from "goodbye weapons". I can not forget the explanation about the war of Hemingway. He reconstructed the fear of young American volunteers, homosexual relations, courage, and the confidence of the men and women he met in Italy. However, "goodbye weapons" is more than just a war novel. Among them, Hemingway has created a love story about wonderful dramas and uncompromising passions.
Farewell, weapons are one of the most tragic love stories of the 20th century. A novel written by Ernest Hemingway was published in 1929 and may be one of the best novels about World War I. Throughout the novel, Hemingway tried to hit the truth of war. Because it struck the hardships of war, he did not focus on the heroic image of many war photos. Writers use symbolic meanings throughout the novel to show readers the fight of such things as the suffering of death, the wounds brought about by the war, and the relationships that can be brought about by fighting fees.
Death was a major concern during Ernest Hemingway 's novel of the World War I novel "In the distance to weapons". Distant to the arsenal of Ernest Hemingway, he seemed to have resigned from death. It is inevitable that he will accept death, but in the context of war there is death everywhere. Death waits for everyone through the attitude of cowards and brave people. However, he thinks that he has courage and courage to confront the inevitable thing. Hemingway believes that death is inevitable, but courage, courage and the courage of love are still very important.
Ernest Hemingway's "Farewell to Arms" is a symbol of the future fate. It will serve as an early warning for future bad things from physical pain to emotional struggle, and to death. Rain also reflects the depressed mood of the novel in the direction of war and the feelings of everyone. The similarity with that death and its influence on the hero of Hemingway helps emphasize the character of the hero. Finally, it combines all the tragedies in the book and repeats the devastating effects of war and the messages of death and pain accompanying it. From the beginning of the novel, it shows the dominant position and importance of the rain - we are said to be "permanent rain" (4). In retrospect, this "permanent rain" is indeed death itself, and the threat is obscured in the book.