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A Farewell to Arms

A Farewell to Arms

by Ernest Hemingway

A Farewell to Arms Chapter 32 Summary

  • In the truck, Frederic is pleased with how things have gone, and is grateful to the surgeon for doing such a good job on his knee. He knows it will make him "crazy" if he thinks of Catherine, because he does not know if he will see her.
  • He thinks about losing the ambulances and the men. He no longer feels obligated to the army.
  • He wonders if they will count him among the dead. He wonders about the priest and Rinaldi, but is very hungry and wants to get to the town.

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