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A Farewell to Arms Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 2, Chapter 20 Summary

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Book 2, Chapter 20 Summary

One afternoon Henry, Catherine, Ferguson and Crowell Rodgers, one of the patients at the hospital, go to the races. There they see Mr. and Mrs. Myers, who are always at the races. The races are crooked, and Mr. Myers always has a tip off about who is going to win. They see a horse they like the look of, and pool a hundred lire to bet on him. The horse wins, but Myers comes over and tells them that at the last minute some crooked betters put a lot of money on him to skew the bets. Catherine is petulant that the payoff is not as much as they had expected, and after betting on one more horse, she asks if they could go and watch the races alone, away from the others. Henry agrees, and after a little while of being alone, Catherine feels...

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