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A Farewell to Arms Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 4, Chapter 36 Summary

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Book 4, Chapter 36 Summary

That night Henry wakes to hear a knock on the door. It is the barman, Emilio, and Henry pulls him into the bathroom so as not to wake Catherine. Emilio tells Henry that he has overheard people talking at a café about Henry's impending arrest, and that is to take place the very next morning. He advises Henry to leave for Switzerland that very night in his boat. He instructs Henry to pack their bags and leave them in his care. Henry wakes Catherine, and they pack quickly, leaving their bags with Emilio, and go downstairs. The porter clearly does not believe that they are going out for a walk in the rain in the middle of the night, but merely lends Henry his umbrella.

Emilio is already down by the boat with their bags loaded, sandwiches, and brandy to see them through the trip...

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