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A Farewell to Arms Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 1, Chapter 7 Summary

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Book 1, Chapter 7 Summary

Henry returns to the posts the following day. He comes across a man who has a wound that his captain recognized as being self-inflicted. Henry advises him to bump his head on something, and that way he could come back for the wounded man and take him to the hospital. By the time Henry had come back, the other men from his regiment had come to collect him. When Henry returns he showers and makes out his daily report. He daydreams about seeing Italy with Catherine Barkley at his side.

That evening at dinner, he begins a drinking contest with one of the other men in his regiment. Halfway through he remembered that he was to go and visit Catherine, and called off the contest, declaring the other man the winner. Rinaldi advises him not to go to Catherine drunk, and brings him a handful...

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