Farewell To Arms.
Book: Farewell to Arms
By: Ernest Hemingway
"Anger was washed away in the river along with any obligation. Although it ceased when the carabiniere put his hands on my collar. I would like to have had the uniform off although I did not care much about the outward forms. I had taken off the stars, but that was for convenience. It was no point of honor. I was not against them. I was through. I wished them all the luck. There were the good ones, and the brave ones, and the calm ones and the sensible ones, and they deserved it. But it was not my show any more and I wis…
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