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A Farewell to Arms Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 2, Chapter 16 Summary

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Book 2, Chapter 16 Summary

Catherine is on night duty, and they spend the night together. The next morning Henry wakes to find her gone, but soon after she returns, looking fresh and lovely. She begins to get him ready for the surgery. Catherine tells him she enjoys taking care of him, and is furious if the other nurses touch him. She expresses concern that there are now too many nurses for the number of patients they have, and hopes that she is not sent away for lack of work. He tells her he would go with her, and she asks him how many people he has ever loved. He says that he has never loved anyone except her. She asks him how many women he had been with, and he says none. She tells him she knows he is lying, but that she appreciates his lying and tells him...

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