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08 November 2011

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optimax

When Hemingway was an ambulance driver he was wounded by a mortar shell and carried a wounded Italian soldier to safety. He didn't remember doing that and was told what he had done by another soldier later. Not valor but instinctive heroism. Another good review and agree A Farewell to Arms was my least favorite of his books.

Mj

Did you ever watch Silmido, the Korean flick I sent?

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