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A Farewell to Arms

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 156,608 Ratings and 6,148 Reviews

Book Description
1918 Ernest Hemingway went to war, to the 'war to end all wars'. He volunteered for ambulance service in Italy, was wounded and twice decorated. Out of his experiences came A Farewell to Arms. Hemingway's description of war is unforgettable. He recreates the fear, the comradeship, the courage of his young American volunteer and the men and women he meets in Italy with total conviction. But A Farew... More
Book Information
PublisherCharles Scribner's & Sons
BindingHardcover (98 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages288
ISBN-100224602705
ISBN-13978-0224602709
Publication Date/1929
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About Ernest Hemingway (Author) : Ernest Hemingway is a published author. Some of the published credits of Ernest Hemingway include Death in the Afternoon, For Whom the Bell Tolls, Hemingway Reader, and Livres a Ecouter: Le Vieil Homm... more
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10/3/2015 Joshua Mark said: Hemingway's great love story of WW I may seem to some a little dated today in the depiction of the heroine Catherine but one must try to let go and immerse one's self in Hemingway's world of the early 20th century. The writing, especially the opening chapter, is incredibly fresh and bright.
tags: religion, philosophy, war stories, literature

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4/2/2013 J.Anthony Yuse tagged as: I read

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