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A Farewell to Arms Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 4, Chapter 35 Summary

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Book 4, Chapter 35 Summary

Catherine goes back to her hotel to see Fergy, and Henry decides to read the papers after all. The Italians continue to lose ground, and as he reads Henry is engulfed in memories of the places, the articles mention. The bartender comes in and tells Henry that Count Greffi, an acquaintance from Henry's previous visit to the hotel, had asked to see him. Count Greffi is a 94 year old with an unbeatable billiard game. Henry asks the bartender to go fishing with him, and the bartender agrees. As they are fishing the bartender asks Henry how the war is going. Rotten, Henry replies. The bartender is too old to be drafted, but says that next year they may be calling his age group to the front. He says he would sooner leave the country than go to war, and questions Henry's motives for joining the...

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