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A Farewell to Arms - Book 2, Chapter 24 Summary & Analysis

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Book 2, Chapter 24 Summary

They leave the hotel room, and take a carriage to the train station. They say a brief goodbye in the carriage, and Henry gets out. He stands in the rain watching the carriage take Catherine and "Baby Catherine," as he calls his unborn child, back to the hospital. When he gets on the train, he is challenged to his right to the seat that has been held by the porter and soldier he had sent to the train earlier. He decides to let the other person have the seat, and sleeps on the floor for the entire ride.

Book 2, Chapter 24 Analysis

The reference to "Baby Catherine" just as Henry is about to board the train is touching. Although he seemingly has no feelings one way or the other on the child he and Catherine are expecting, he appears to have grown...

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