Hemingway 's "Farewell, Weapons" Catherine Barkley' s woman seems to be a role model for a dream girl who constantly tells farewell to the real love of weapons. She did not ask her own man, but played an unintended role only to satisfy his needs. Therefore, it was suggested that Catherine's character is contempt for women. However, by analyzing the behavior of one of the characters, the special relationship between Frederick and Catherine was ignored. If Catherine is the way Hemingway condemns a woman, we also have to check the way Frederick is described. Because he also depends on Catherine and is committed just like her.
In the novel "Farewell to Arms", Ernest Hemingway created an impressive and strong love portrayal between Catherine Berkeley and Frederic Henry, during the First World War, mainly on the Italian front. I made it. The novel was originally published in 1929 and is the second only to the Hemingway itself as an Italian Red Cross ambulance driver. Thanks to this experience, Hemingway was able to show great details and explanations when writing war scenes about the Italian front. In addition, he used his own experience with a nurse to see the similarities between the events of his novel and the events of his life, which led to the writing of "goodbye weapons".
& Lt; Tab / & gt; "Love and war" is a movie taken from Ernest Hemingway's wonderful novel "Farewell to Arms". In this story, a man named Hemingway, or rather a real Hemingway, is fighting in front of Italy as a driver of an ambulance. At the end of the First World War, the fight was crazy, and many people died everyday. Hemingway wants to give the boss a serious injury towards the forefront after having his drink a full cup of coffee. If he fills Angus of his love, he will be taken to the hospital.
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.