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Quotes from a farewell to arms, a novel by ernest hemingway the popularity of this work contributed to hemingway's status as a literary legend. Pauline had a difficult delivery, which hemingway fictionalized in a farewell to arms after patrick's birth, pauline and hemingway traveled to wyoming, massachusetts, and new york in the winter, he was in new york with bumby, about to board a train to florida, when he received a cable telling him that his father had killed himself. A farewell to arms is an autobiographical novel written between 1899 and1961 by ernest hemingway and first published in 1929the novel was written.
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