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A Farewell to Arms

A Farewell to Arms


by Ernest Hemingway

A Farewell to Arms: The Henry says…. Quiz

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Q. “This was what people got for loving each other.” When was this statement made?

On the front lines of battle
In the boat to Switzerland
While Catherine is in labor
When watching a terrible soap opera
Q. “The world breaks every one and afterward many are strong at the broken places.” Where was this statement said?

Lying with Catherine, in the hospital in Stresa
In the gym
In a Milan café
On the road to Udine
Q. We moved slowly but steadily in the rain, the radiator cap of our car almost against the tailboard of a truck that was loaded high, the load covered with wet canvas.“ What was happenig at the time this comment was made?

Fleeing from Italy
Beginning of the novel
During the Italian Retreat
On the way to Jiffy Lube
Q. “All thinking men are atheists." Where is Henry?

In the church
In the mess hall
In the room with Rinaldi
At atheist camp
Q. When does Henry say, “After a while I went out and left the hospital and walked back to the hotel in the rain”?

After the first mortar attack
While Catherine is still in labor
At the very end of the novel
While with Rinaldi
Right before he purchased an umbrella.