A Farewell to Arms - Chapter 33 - 37 Summary & Analysis

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Book Four, Chapter 33: Henry gets off the train outside of Milan and goes into a coffee shop. The shop owner can tell that Henry is in trouble and offers to let him stay there. Henry declines and the shop owner advises him to take off his uniform. Henry takes a cab to the hospital. He sees the porter and his wife, who tell him that Catherine left for Stresa two days earlier with the other English nurses. He takes a cab to his friend Simmons’ house outside of Milan and Simmons offers to clothe him and give him breakfast before Henry sets out for Stresa before leaving Italy.

Chapter 34: In civilian clothing borrowed from Simmons, Henry takes a train to Stresa. He checks into a hotel and has a few martinis at the bar. Henry knows the bartender and the two talk about how the town is...

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