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Questions about Ernest Hemingway's 1929 novel 'A Farewell to Arms'. Use this tag with the [ernest-hemingway] tag.

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What does "It was like saying goodbye to a statue" mean in the ending to "A Farewell to Arms"?

What does Hemingway mean by this line at the end of A Farewell to Arms? “It was like saying goodbye to a statue”
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A Farewell To Arms - Dialogue between Henry and the priest in chapter XI

The following part of the dialogue puzzles me: "What's the matter, father? You seem very tired." "I am tired but I have no right to be." "It's the heat." "No. This is only the spring....
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