A Farewell to Arms Essay | The Effects of War in Hemingway's A Farewell to Arms

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The Effects of War in Hemingway's A Farewell to Arms

Summary: Essay examines how war can affect a person's mental stability, the way they love and the impact it has on their lives forever as seen in Hemingway's A Farewell to Arms.

essay on the novel "A farewell to arms"


A Farewell to Arms, such simple words with such great meaning. When we first received the novel from our English teacher I sat there and snared at him with anger about having to read another war novel. The first image that popped into my mind was Animal Farm, yuck! So after avoiding the book for awhile I finally decided to open it up and see what it had to offer. To my surprise the novel has become one of my favorites. It hit right at home with my feelings towards war. I suppose my problem with war novels had always been that I imagined they would all focus on the political aspect. That which is the aspect I prefer to avoid. A Farewell to Arms was so much more than that, it showed the extreme affects war can have on...

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