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A Farewell to Arms Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 1, Chapter 6 Summary

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Book 1, Chapter 6 Summary

Henry is gone for two days checking the posts. When he returns, Catherine scolds him for not sending her a note. He reminds her that it has only been three days, and she abruptly asks if he loves her. He tells her that he does love her, and it is the first time he has said it. He knows as he says it that it is a lie.

He thinks that perhaps she is slightly crazy, but does not mind if she is. He understands that he does not love her, nor does he intend to do so. However, he recognizes bluntly that she is better than the well-used prostitutes in the officers' house are. "This was a game, like bridge, in which you said things instead of playing cards. Like bridge, you had to pretend you were playing for money or playing for...

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