Annotated Bibliography

Carlin, John. “A farewell to arms.” Wired Magazine, May (5.05) (1997).

Carlin introduces the aspect the war to the analysis. It compares the WWI as depicted in the novel to other wars comparing it to a game. The author introduces a new kind of war, where weapons are done away with in favor of information.

Hemingway, Ernest. A farewell to arms: The Hemingway library edition. Simon and Schuster, 2012.

This is the novel of study. Offers a first hand view of what is happening in the novel and in the war.

Kuzma, Greg. “A Farewell To Arms.” Minnesota Review 18.1 (1982): 47-48.

A review of the novel “A Farewell to Arms.” It introduces rain as and other scenarios as symbols in the novel.

ASSADNASSAB, S. A Farewell to Arms.

The article introduces us to the author of the novel Ernest Hemingway. Through his eyes, we see the relevance of the author to the WWI where he worked as an ambulance volunteer.

Reynolds, Michael S., and Mike Reynolds. Hemingway’s First War: The Making of A Farewell to Arms. Basil Blackwell, 1987.

This is a critical analysis of the novel. It gives the reader a secondary understanding of the novel laying bare the symbols themes and plot of the novel.

Walker, Ross. A Farewell to Arms. Insight Publications, 2009.

Reviews and analyses the novel laying it bare for the readers to exploit. It provides a secondary view of the war and the relevance of the title to the current population.

Cox, Michael, Adrian Guelke, and Fiona Stephen. “Introduction: A farewell to arms? From long war to uncertain peace in Northern Ireland.” A farewell to arms (2000): 1-11.

Wounded, armies returned home for a long period of uncertain peace. The article explores the possibility that weapons have been laid down for sure.

Stephens, Robert O. “Hemingway and Stendhal: The Matrix of A Farewell to Arms.” Publications of the Modern Language Association of America (1973): 271-280.

This article compares the works of Stendhal with that of Hemingway. The article gives the impression that Stendhal was Hemingway’s mentor in writing.

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