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A Farewell to Arms Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 2, Chapter 14 Summary

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Book 2, Chapter 14 Summary

The next morning he wakes with pain in his legs. Miss Gage comes in, and tells him she found him in bed the night before with his bottle of vermouth. She asks why he did not ask her for a glass, and he replies that he was afraid she would not let him have it. To this she replies boldly that she would even have had some with him, and an understanding is developed between them. She also tells Henry that Miss Barkley has arrived, and Henry asks if the nurse could send for the barber. The barber comes, and Henry asks him for news of the war. The barber acts strangely towards Henry, saying cryptically that he cannot say anything because there are enemy ears everywhere. Once when Henry tries to look at him he holds the razor against Henry's throat, saying, "Beware...

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