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Essay | Modern Features of "A Farewell to Arms" Viewed Trhrough the Main Characters of the Novel.

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Modern Features of "A Farewell to Arms" Viewed Trhrough the Main Characters of the Novel.

Summary: Discusses the modern features of "A Farewell to Arms" viewed through the main characters of the novel.


A Farewell to Arms by Ernest Hemingway is considered one of the great novels of World War I. It introduces the theme of love, while war occupies all of Europe. It is a complex novel with many characteristic aspects of modernism. After looking into Hemingway's biography, the reader can tell that he included details from his personal life in his novel. He based the main character Frederic Henry upon his own experience as an ambulance driver during World War I. He made him a hero who develops and changes throughout the novel. Henry's relationship with British nurse Catherine Berkeley is based on Hemingway's faded love affair with the beautiful American nurse he met while recovering from his wounds at a Milan hospital just like his main character Henry.

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