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A Farewell to Arms Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 3, Chapter 28 Summary

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Book 3, Chapter 28 Summary

The war continues to go badly for Italy, and orders for a retreat are given. The men leave Gorizia and join the mass retreat to Udine. Moving slowly, they are sometimes stopped for hours due to the sheer number of people moving down the road. They pick up two soldiers and two young girls along the way. Henry dreams of Catherine and one of the soldiers tells him that he was talking in his sleep in English. Henry decides to take his group off the main road, and they turn off. They come upon an abandoned farmhouse, and stop to look for some food. They find some cheese, apples and wine, and eat and fill their tanks with water before continuing on their way. The girls will not enter the house for fear of being raped. The two soldiers are afraid Austrian forces will find...

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