Wu Ting
How would you interpret this phrase? How would you interpret this phrase ‘many thins’ in the context? Thanks. It’s from A Farewell to Arms by Ernest Hemingway (Chapter 12). the context: We must go, said the major. We drink and make noise and disturb Federico. Don't go. Yes, we must go. Good-by. Good luck. Many things. Ciaou. Ciaou. Ciaou. Come back quickly, baby. Rinaldi kissed me. You smell of lysol. Good-by, baby. Good-by. Many things. The major patted my shoulder. They tiptoed out. I found I was quite drunk but went to sleep.
May 21, 2016 8:56 AM
Answers · 1
I think it means "So many things" as if the person wanted to say or do more things but had to leave.
May 21, 2016
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