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  • Ernest hemingway's - for whom the bell tolls style

    STYLE (HFORSTYL) - Rarely have authors become so identified with a particular writing style or with the word \"style\" itself as Ernest Hemingway. Many writers have attempted to \"write like Hemingway.\" Few have succeeded. To many readers, the essential characteristic of the H ...

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  • Ernest hemingway's - for whom the bell tolls form

    FORM AND STRUCTURE (HFORFORM) - For Whom the Bell Tolls is a finely crafted novel that builds to a powerful climax. The novel covers approximately sixty-eight hours, outlined as follows: - ...

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  • Ernest hemingway's - for whom the bell tolls form chapter 1

    - It\'s a peaceful scene: a young man is lying on a pine-needled forest floor. A gently flowing stream and a mill complete the placid, country picture. An old man answers the young man\'s questions about the countryside. Think of a time when you were in a situation where the a ...

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  • Ernest hemingway's - for whom the bell tolls form chapter 2

    - The three men arrive at the hideout. Rafael, a gypsy member of the guerrilla band, is even less respectful of Pablo than is Anselmo. But with Jordan, Rafael is friendly and good-natured, and Jordan enlists his loyalty. Jordan is the replacement for a previous demolition expert ...

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  • Ernest hemingway's - for whom the bell tolls form chapter 3

    - Jordan and Anselmo go to inspect the bridge. But the details of the bridge are not Hemingway\'s real concern in this chapter. Through Jordan and Anselmo, the chapter offers a philosophical consideration of the necessity and the morality of killing. The conversation between Robert Jordan and Anselmo gives ...

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  • Ernest hemingway's - for whom the bell tolls form chapter 4

    - In some ways, Chapter 4 is like the classic scene from a Western movie where two men confront each other in a war of nerves that may soon turn into a war of bullets. The showdown between Pablo and Robert Jordan begins. It soon becomes a matter of Pablo versus everyone else. At stake are two thi ...

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  • Ernest hemingway's - for whom the bell tolls form chapter 5

    - At the opening of this chapter, in the sentence beginning, \"There was no wind...,\" Hemingway gives us still another typical Hemingway description: a single sentence almost 180 words long, detailing the sights and smells of the cave and contrasting them with the sights and smells of the night outside the cave. Notice again the pre ...

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  • Ernest hemingway's - for whom the bell tolls form chapter 6

    - Pilar and Robert Jordan develop instant rapport. She openly encourages his appreciation of Maria\'s charm. Pilar quickly sees that Jordan may be what Maria needs to heal the wounds left by her captors. Two more things emerge from this short chapter. Pilar doe ...

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  • Ernest hemingway's - for whom the bell tolls form chapter 7

    - Chapter 7 marks the beginning of Jordan and Maria\'s love relationship. Since this relationship will be one of the main strands of the story, the chapter is particularly significant. Robert Jordan is asleep in his robe beyond the mouth of the cave. He is awakened by Maria. She protests a bit about getting into ...

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  • Ernest hemingway's - for whom the bell tolls form chapter 8

    - This chapter contrasts sharply with Chapter 7. It\'s concerned completely with the war and Jordan\'s assignment to demolish the bridge. As Jordan\'s second day begins, a huge number of enemy planes are roaring overhead. He listens for the sound of bombs. By n ...

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  • Ernest hemingway's - for whom the bell tolls form chapter 9

    - This is an important chapter that offers, principally through dialogue, insights into Pilar, Pablo, and Jordan. Pilar confesses a \"sadness\" to Jordan. It\'s actually a despair she feels: death is on the way for many. In previous times, she would have shared this feeling with God. Now, as a communist, she ca ...

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  • Ernest hemingway's - for whom the bell tolls form chapter 10

    - This chapter is notable for its gruesomely graphic account of a Loyalist takeover of a Nationalist town, complete with barbaric ritual executions. Pilar relates the incidents to Jordan and Maria as the three of them make their way to El Sordo. But Hemingway accomplishes two other purposes earlier in t ...

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  • Ernest hemingway's - for whom the bell tolls form chapter 11

    - This chapter is linked closely to Chapter 10 in questioning the merits of war. The repulsively brutal picture presented in Chapter 10 is now followed by more intellectual considerations. Chapter 11 is significant because it begins another central strand in the story: the change in Robert Jordan\'s attitude toward what h ...

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  • Ernest hemingway's - for whom the bell tolls form chapter 12

    - This chapter sets the stage for the exceptionally significant content of Chapter 13. Jordan, Maria, and Pilar have secured the aid of El Sordo, although he doesn\'t seem overly enthusiastic about giving it. On their way back, Pilar stops to rest and reveals her affection f ...

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  • Ernest hemingway's - for whom the bell tolls form chapter 13

    - You\'ll find a great deal to think about in Chapter 13. The relationship of Jordan and Maria is intensified. Jordan entertains even more serious doubts and recriminations about his activities in Spain and begins to change his opinion of what is most important to him. You also learn a good bit more about his background, w ...

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  • Ernest hemingway's - for whom the bell tolls form chapter 14

    - Chapter 14, though short, is important for plot development and character revelation. Plans for blowing up the bridge receive a setback, Pablo becomes more of a villain, Jordan does some more philosophizing, and we learn quite a bit about Pilar\'s background. It is late on the second day when Jordan, Pilar, and Mari ...

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  • Ernest hemingway's - for whom the bell tolls form chapter 15

    - It\'s now the second night after Robert Jordan\'s arrival. Most of this chapter features Anselmo at his post, noting the traffic on the road as Jordan has instructed him. He does a good job of keeping tabs on the number of vehicles, but doesn\'t distinguish the types of cars, as Jordan would have. There are many luxury vehicle ...

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  • Ernest hemingway's - for whom the bell tolls form chapter 16

    - Back at the cave, Pablo is drunk, and Maria is waiting on Robert Jordan, trying to anticipate his every need. El Sordo has come, leaving a bottle of whiskey as a present specifically for Jordan; then he\'s gone to look for the horses they\'ll need on the retreat after the bridge. The whiskey is a rar ...

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  • Ernest hemingway's - for whom the bell tolls form chapter 17

    - Prompted by Pilar, the guerrillas concur that Pablo is a danger and should be killed. Jordan agrees to shoot him. A tense scene ensues when Pablo suddenly reenters the cave. The planned assassination is about to take place when Jordan realizes that he can\'t shoot inside the cave- the dynamite is stored there. ...

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  • Ernest hemingway's - for whom the bell tolls form chapter 18

    - Most of this chapter contains Jordan\'s reflections about Gaylord\'s, a hotel in Madrid occupied by Soviet communists who had come to fight for the Republic. It\'s partly a story of the first stages in Robert Jordan\'s disillusionment. At Gaylord\'s \"you learned how it was all really done instead of how it was suppo ...

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