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 Current Search - hope in A Farewell to Arms
1  He hoped the road would not jam.
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  In BOOK 1: 9
2  He hoped he would go up that way.
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  In BOOK 3: 27
3  "I hope to Christ not," Bonello said.
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  In BOOK 3: 29
4  "I hope it's a good pistol," Catherine said.
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  In BOOK 2: 23
5  Now I knew we must find one if we hoped to get through.
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  In BOOK 3: 28
6  I said I hoped it would go well but that he was too kind.
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  In BOOK 1: 9
7  I could not see, and hoped we would soon come opposite Pallanza.
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  In BOOK 4: 37
8  After I had almost given up hoping for one I saw a train coming.
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  In BOOK 3: 31
9  Manera said he hoped it would come before the bombardment started.
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  In BOOK 1: 9
10  I was afraid of cramps and I hoped we would move toward the shore.
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  In BOOK 3: 31
11  I liked him very much and I hoped he would get back to the Abruzzi some time.
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  In BOOK 1: 11
12  We started to move again but seeing the rate of progress in the daylight, I knew we were going to have to get off that main road some way and go across country if we ever hoped to reach Udine.
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  In BOOK 3: 28