A Farewell To Arms
"Because we would not wear any clothes because it was so hot and the windows open and the swallows flying over the roofs of the houses and when it was dark afterward and you went to the window very small bats hunting over the houses and close down over the trees and we would drink capri and the door locked and it hot and only a sheet and the whole night and we would both love each other all night in the hot night in Milan. That was how it ought to be."
Ernest Hemingway's novel A Farewell To Arms (paperback by Arrow Books) chronicles the tragic love affair of Frederic Henry, an American Lieutenant in the ambulance corps of the Italian Army, and Catherine Barkley's, a British nurse, during World War I.
Should you want to find out more about this book, here's the video where I talk about it: