A Farewell to Arms Essay | Analysis of "Farewell to Arms"

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Analysis of "Farewell to Arms"

Summary: Essay provides an analysis of the poem "Farewell to Arms" by Ernest Hemingway.
Rain

"You're not really afraid of the rain are you""

"Not when I'm with you."

"Why are you afraid of it""

"I don't know."

"Tell me."

"Don't make me."

"Tell me."

"No."

"Tell me."

"All right. I'm afraid of the rain because sometimes I see me dead in it" (Hemingway 126).

In this passage of dialogue between Catherine and Frederic, they are both discussing their views on the rain. Catherine is stating that she worries when it rains because she is fearful that she will see herself dead in it. She is frightened that she will leave Frederic to live the rest of his life by himself when she dies. If Catherine doesn't die, then she is also afraid that Frederic will die, leaving her all alone with no one to love. She says, "And sometimes I see you dead in it" (Hemingway 126). Rain shows the...

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