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A Farewell to Arms Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 3, Chapter 27 Summary

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Book 3, Chapter 27 Summary

The following morning Henry leaves for the Bainsizza. He meets Gino, who he is taking over the ambulances from, and Gino is eager to go back to base. He says the fighting has been fierce and the food scarce. He comments that it is bad for the soldiers to be without food, and Henry responds that although plentiful food can't win a war, it can lose one. Gino is very patriotic, and is offended at any talk of losing the war. Gino leaves and Henry is left with the fleet of ambulances. It rains all day, and that night there is a brutal attack on the camp where Henry is stationed. The following night orders are given to retreat. They stop in Gorizia to change the oil and get a few hours of sleep.

Book 3, Chapter 27 Analysis

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