A Farewell to Arms

What is the theme in A Farewell to Arms by Ernest Hemingway?

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The brutal realities of war is the overwhelming theme in this book. The book takes a realistic look at the mentality of war, specifically the mentality surrounding the circumstances of World War I on the European front. Hemingway was drawing on his own experience as an ambulance attendant in WW1.