A Farewell to Arms - Chapter 13 - 18 Summary & Analysis

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Book Two, Chapter 13: Henry arrives at the hospital in Milan and finds out that there are no other patients there yet. None of the rooms are ready for patients and Henry insists that the men transporting him put him down in any available bed. The nurse on duty, Miss Walker, is very upset by the development and says that the doctor is out of town. She cannot read Henry’s papers because they are in Italian, so he tries to tell her what his injuries are. Henry also meets a younger nurse named Miss Gage who tells him to be nicer to the other nurses and the head nurse, Miss Van Campen. He asks the women repeatedly when the other nurses will be arriving and when the doctor will return.

Chapter 14: Henry wakes up believing that he is at the front, but then he sees the dirty...

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