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A Farewell to Arms Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 4, Chapter 34 Summary

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Book 4, Chapter 34 Summary

In his new clothes, Henry buys a ticket and boards the train to Stresa. Some military men in his car look at him scornfully, as all the men of his age are supposed to be on the front line. They get off and Henry is left in peace. He is lonely and happy when the train arrives in Stresa. He finds that the majority of the hotels are closed, since the tourist season is over. He finds one that is open, and takes a carriage there. He takes a large, luxurious room, and goes down to the bar where he coincidentally knows the bartender. He eats sandwiches and drinks martinis, a welcomed change from the red wine, cheese and spaghetti that has been his principal diet during his time at the front. He asks the bartender if he has seen any British nurses around the...

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