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A Farewell to Arms

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Drawing on Hemingway’s own experiences as a WWI ambulance driver, A Farwell to Arms paints a vivid picture of the horrors of war, juxtaposed with the struggles involved in making love work.

The novel, one of the best to come out of The Great War, follows ambulance driver Frederic Henry, his experiences and travails on the Italian front, and his relationship with Catherine Barkely. At the same time brilliant, beautiful, and bleak, despite being one of Hemingway’s earliest novels it still showcases a true master at work.

Ernest Hemingway is a winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature and Pulitzer Prize.

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