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Commentary Once again, Hemingway returns to the theme of Lieutenant Henry’s alienation from the Italians in the midst of whom he lives and works, this time by comparing him to other Americans in Milan. According to rumor, Meyers lives in Italy after having been released from jail to die, and the two opera students have changed their American names to Italian ones, although one can’t even pronounce the language properly. Ettore Moretti, the San Franciscan whose connection to Italy is most genuine (his parents live in Torino), is “a legitimate hero who bored everyone he met,” according to Henry.
Dressing station a temporary hospital. grade the degree of rise or descent of a sloping surface. carabinieri (Italian) military police. seventy-sevens shells fired by the Austrians. D. Volunteer Air Detachment. cloistered secluded or confined as in a cloister (a monastery or convent). Critical Commentaries: Chapter VI 27 Chapter VI Summary After three days, the narrator again visits Miss Barkley, whose first name the writer reveals here to be Catherine. They sit in the garden beside the British hospital and talk: She asks him for reassurance that he loves her, which he provides.
Her response: “It’s very hard. ” She laughs. ” As the tragic loss of a loved one has taught her, the war has consequences. The narrator, however, is not yet aware of this fact. Glossary rivederci, a rivederla (Italian) until we meet again; goodbye: implies temporary parting. Plava town on the Isonzo River, in present-day Slovenia. 26 CliffsNotes Hemingway’s A Farewell to Arms trench a long, narrow ditch dug by soldiers for cover and concealment, with the removed earth heaped up in front. Protracted trench warfare was characteristic of World War I, especially on the Western Front, in France.
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