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A Farewell to Arms
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peasant
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A Farewell to Arms
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  • He doesn’t want to see peasants. Let him go to centres of culture and civilization.
  • But even the peasants know better than to believe in a war.
  • We are not peasants.
  • The peasants all called you "Don" and when you met them they took off their hats.
  • His father hunted every day and stopped to eat at the houses of peasants.
  • The birds were all good because they fed on grapes and you never took a lunch because the peasants were always honored if you would eat with them at their houses.
  • That is why the peasant has wisdom, because he is defeated from the start.
  • I had gone to no place where the roads were frozen and hard as iron, where it was clear cold and dry and the snow was dry and powdery and haretracks in the snow and the peasants took off their hats and called you Lord and there was good hunting.
  • The peasants’ carts did not help much either.
  • In the night many peasants had joined the column from the roads of the country and in the column there were carts loaded with household goods; there were mirrors projecting up between mattresses, and chickens and ducks tied to carts.

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  • Most people in the Middle Ages were peasants.
  • In 1932 a peasant revolt in Su County China stopped collection of the poppy tax.

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