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"A Farewell to Arms" is Ernest Hemingway's novel about an American soldier in Italy during World War I. He falls in love with a nurse in the hospital, decides to go AWOL, and rows all night with her in a boat from Italy to Switzerland to evade the authorities.

The dinner was the cap of a celebration that began earlier in the week, on their actual June 22 anniversary. That morning, Timothy had given his Lebanese-born, French-speaking wife five anniversary cards, all in French. At noon he surprised her with a bouquet of red roses; for lunch, they dined at Auberge du Soleil. Several other gifts, for a total of 10, followed later that day. The couple had also spent the month of May in Paris, where Timothy attended immersion school to fulfill a wedding-day promise to become fluent in French.

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