A Farewell to Arms: The Hemingway Library Edition

A Farewell to Arms: The Hemingway Library Edition

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BeachRead245 More than 1 year ago
A Farewell to Arms is a classic in American Literature. I first read this novel when I was a junior in high school. I loved it then… Synopsis: Lieutenant Henry has enlisted the Italian Army in World War I. The United States was not involved yet. His job during this time is drive ambulances from the battlefield to the nearest hospital. At one of those hospitals is a nurse Catherine Barkley. Lt. Henry found himself injured and in the care of Ms. Barkley. How will the war affect them? Will they be able to stay together? My Thoughts: I listened to the story this time. The narration wasn’t bad. You can tell that this novel was written from the male perspective. I loved it the first time for the romantic relationship between Catherine and Lieutenant Henry. The story is timeless and can be appreciated. I just don’t know that I would appreciate it another time around. We honor Ernest Hemingway as a means of remembering early history of the United States. He wrote mainly during the World War I era to World War II. While his life ended tragically, hopefully his work will continue to live on.
Rayleigh More than 1 year ago
A Farewell to Arms is a classic novel that many authors, readers, and literature-loving humans greatly enjoy, not only for the story contained in the pages, but also for Hemingway’s unique way of capturing the story. Most of Hemingway’s novels are well-known and again, most are quoted often. In this particular novel, our focus is on the Lt. and his love as they go through a brutal war in Italy. The graphics and dialogue as we read this book bring the war to life in ways that only Hemingway could do and keep us compelled to read more. As for the content, the language usage can be very vulgar at times and the romance is very sexual. There are no scenes in which the romance is shown clearly to the reader, however the conversations that the couple has can be decently descriptive. Overall, this book is one that possibly can only be enjoyed by fans of Hemingway’s style and I recommend it to be kept at an audience of Seniors in high school or college students. I give it 3 out of 5 stars.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
is this the 9th edition please?