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Hippolytus is renowned for his chastity. He has never showed interest in any girl. Since Phaedra married Theseus, she had always had feelings for Hippolytus. No one knew about Moosa 2 these feelings except for her. In order make these feelings go away, Phaedra tried to do everything she can to keep Hippolytus away from her so that there would be no temptations.
Catherine acts as a static character in the novel. She has already known love and lost it so she understands that she cannot build her whole life around Frederick. Frederick, on the other hand, is a very dynamic character, and he has to come to grips with many of the principles of life and death that Catherine has already learned. There are few other characters in the book of any significance, but of some small importance are Rinaldi, who is Frederick’s best friend on the fighting front, and also the priest in Frederick’s company whom he befriends and with whom he has long talks about life. The plot structure of A Farewell to Arms starts out with an intro... ... middle of paper ... ... in order and yet he still seems discontented.
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