A Farewell to Arms - Chapter 25 - 28 Summary & Analysis

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Book 3, Chapter 25: Henry returns to camp to find that it is nearly empty because soldiers are at other posts or have been killed. He meets with the major who gives a very glib description of the activities of the war,telling him that it has been “very bad.” It is decided that Henry will relieve another ambulance driver named Gino the next morning. Henry goes to his room and waits for Rinaldi. He tries not to think about Catherine, but cannot help it. Rinaldi returns and wants to see Henry’s knee. The two discuss what they have been up to in the past few months. Rinaldi says that he has been working in the operating room and Henry says the he is in love with Catherine, but does not mention the baby on the way. They go to the mess hall to eat and the only...

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