A Farewell to Arms: With an Introd

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C. Scribner's Sons, 1929 - 342 pages
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I don't like the way he writes--very wordy and repetitive, long run-on sentences--never sure who is talking. Didn't like the dialogue: very stilted; Read full review

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User Review  - locriian - LibraryThing

The only thing I'll give Hemingway here is that he managed to convey my feelings about war stories in literary form: cold, emotionless, bored-out-of-my-mind... Hemingway's characters are less of characters than the generic Sim I can make in 5 seconds Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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