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I listened to this on audio, performed by the talented John Slattery of “Mad Men” fame but not even he could make me excited to read this Hemingway book.
Dec 01, Jean-Marc Bonet rated it it was amazing.
A FAREWELL TO ARMS BY ERNEST HEMINGWAY
Probably have to go damn quickly. What an amazing book detailing a very important point in history, as well as an incredible love story. You had lost your cars and your men as a floorwalker loses the stock of his department in a fire.
The fatal stroke is not the inevitable result of any personal flaw or a misguided decision, but pure misfortune. I stopped in front of the Villa Rossa. And by making its subject World War I, fans say, Hemingway here turns in yet another great document of those times that the early Modernists were known for — from The Great Gatsby to All Quiet Among the Western Frontit’s hard for us to even think of the artists from the “Jazz Age” or “Lost Generation” or whatever you want to call it, without thinking of this globe-changing event that was so in the middle of it.
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It is a well researched novel, a powerful novel, a real novel where man finds himself naked face her fears, facing its joys, a modern novel in tone, a great novel! Hemingway produced most of his work between the mids and the mids, and won the Nobel Prize in Literature in The old joke proves itself upon reading.
The end is tragic. I’m not an especially complex person, either. He smiled, “I must make on Miss Barkley the impression of a man of sufficient wealth.
In case you have not read this novel and plan to, I will say no more. I lay and thought where we would go. Please hire a good proofreader. The novel was first adapted heminggway the stage by Laurence Stallings in then as a film inwith a remake.
Oct 04, emily rated it it was amazing. For other uses, see A Farewell to Arms disambiguation. I guess I shouldn’t be surprised at Hemingway’s one-dimensional, sexist portrayal of Catherine Barker, having read much of his other work, but somehow I still am.
I’m not a Hemingway guy. After his aido heals, Frederic is diagnosed with jaundice but is soon kicked out of the hospital and sent back to the front after it is discovered he concealed alcohol.
Elliotte Bagg I am half way through this book, it’s my first Hemingway and it is completely baffling to me after having heard so much hype about him. User Polls What is your favorite novel by Ernest Hemingway? Distressed customer 1, from across the restuarant: For several months I’ve been focused on reading more classic literature, mostly as a way to dig deep and enrich my life during these trying political times.
That thing you just did? It’ll do you good like I say.
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I had a thing on my arm. Archived from the original on February 16, He’s wounded in battle and has to spend time recuperating in a hospital after his leg is operated on, and while there he falls in love “British ambulance drivers were killed sometimes. Why did the chicken cross the road? Its one of those slow paced easy to read book I was hoping for a food for thought kinda book though anyhoo This Hemingway novel was my first dud.
Hemingway gives her no opportunity to sound like anything more than a half-crazy, desperate, fawning caricature with no real desires or opinions of her own.