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A Farewell to Arms Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 1, Chapter 11 Summary

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Book 1, Chapter 11 Summary

The priest comes to visit Henry next. He seems tired, commenting that he is still a great joke in the mess hall. He has brought Henry some gifts, including a bottle of vermouth, and some English newspapers. They drink a glass of vermouth, and Henry asks him why he is so tired. He does not say so, but he appears to be tired of the officers making fun of him, as well as tired of the war in general. He wishes to go back to his home in the Abruzzi. He says he has no other wish than to serve God in his home and to be respected for it. Henry says he understands, and the priest corrects him, saying that he understands but does not love God. Henry agrees, saying that he does not love much. The priest tells him he will find it...

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