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  • Ernest hemingway's - for whom the bell tolls form chapter 19

    - This is one of the few chapters that deals almost exclusively with only one theme. Here the theme is mysticism- knowledge gained by extraordinary, subjective means. It\'s been hinted at several times before, beginning with Pilar\'s reading of Jordan\'s palm. The occasion of the theme is Kashkin, the demolition ex ...

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  • Ernest hemingway's - for whom the bell tolls form chapter 20

    - But Robert Jordan and Maria aren\'t even trying to cover their traces on this second night since Jordan arrived at the scene of his assignment. Maria simply leaves the cave and goes outside to Jordan\'s robe-sleeping bag, even though the others are still awake. Jordan has prepared a bed of pine boughs under the robe. ...

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  • Ernest hemingway's - for whom the bell tolls form chapter 21

    - This extremely brief chapter abruptly jolts Robert Jordan from his lover/philosopher role and returns him to being a man of action. His third day in the mountains begins early and dramatically. While still in the sleeping robe with Maria, he hears a horseman approaching. He waits. When the man comes into view, Jordan ...

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  • Ernest hemingway's - for whom the bell tolls form chapter 22

    - Chapter 22 resumes the action of the previous chapter without a moment\'s lapse or even a slight change of location. Jordan, Primitivo, and Augustin are installing the machine gun. Into the midst of this situation comes a grinning Rafael, the gypsy, who has just killed two rabbits. He\'s proud of his accompl ...

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  • Ernest hemingway's - for whom the bell tolls form chapter 23

    - Primitivo is above, at the lookout point; Agustin is by Jordan\'s side at the machine gun. Four enemy cavalrymen ride out of the timber, perfect targets. It\'s a rare chance to kill them with no chance of return fire- not from these four men anyway. Nevertheless, Jordan restrains himself: \"But let it not happen.\" ...

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  • Ernest hemingway's - for whom the bell tolls form chapter 24

    - The enemy soldiers have gone; they didn\'t even know they were being watched. Now the band is having breakfast. There\'s a cheerful, lighthearted atmosphere, and the meal features such unlikely breakfast foods as wine and onions. The breakfast scene at the guerrilla hideout seems like ...

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  • Ernest hemingway's - for whom the bell tolls form chapter 25

    - In Chapter 25, Hemingway hints even more strongly- through the characters themselves- at the probability of death for the band. Primitivo can curse. That\'s nothing new to you by now. Most of the characters in this novel are blessed with very earthy, colorful tongues. But Primitivo\'s present cursing is not the noncha ...

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  • Ernest hemingway's - for whom the bell tolls form chapter 26

    - This chapter opens with a powerful consideration of the theme of killing and in so doing illustrates Robert Jordan\'s change in attitude. That morning, Jordan had killed a young Nationalist cavalryman, an insignificant incident in military terms, and to Jordan, in ...

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  • Ernest hemingway's - for whom the bell tolls form chapter 27

    - Up to this point scenes in which Robert Jordan is present have dominated the novel. The few exceptions include the scene in which Pablo talks to his horses at the end of Chapter 5 and the chapter in which Anselmo reflects on the enemy soldiers in the mill followed by a brief look inside the mill itself to listen to them. But Cha ...

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  • Ernest hemingway's - for whom the bell tolls form chapter 28

    - This short chapter stands as an epilogue to the previous one. It\'s the aftermath of El Sordo\'s doomed stand. Hemingway gives you a chance to think about it. The Nationalist cavalry pass in front of Robert Jordan\'s eyes again. Jordan sees a long poncho \"bulging as a pod bulges with ...

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  • Ernest hemingway's - for whom the bell tolls form chapter 29

    - This chapter introduces one of the final strands in the latter part of the novel: the mission of Andres to deliver Jordan\'s letter to Golz. Jordan and Pablo are sitting across a table from each other. Jordan is making notes; Pablo is getting drunk. It looks li ...

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  • Ernest hemingway's - for whom the bell tolls form chapter 30

    - The buildup to the final action is interrupted in Chapter 30, which is devoted primarily to Robert Jordan\'s personal history. Andres has been gone three hours. Now we learn why Jordan has sent the message to Golz: Anselmo had brought information about a massive buildup of enemy equipment that was not supposed to be in t ...

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  • Ernest hemingway's - for whom the bell tolls form chapter 31

    - On this third night, Maria is unable to make love. She feels pain, which she attributes to \"the things [that] were done\" by her Nationalist captors. Instead of making love, they make plans to go to Madrid. They spin elaborately whimsical dreams of how they\'ll spend a month in a hotel room. ...

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  • Ernest hemingway's - for whom the bell tolls form chapter 32

    - For the second time, Hemingway presents a complete chapter without Robert Jordan. The scene is Gaylord\'s, the Madrid hotel occupied by communist partizans and people of similar beliefs. These are the people who preach a classless society with no special advantages to any privileged group. They\'ve come to Spain to help bring ...

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  • Ernest hemingway's - for whom the bell tolls form chapter 33

    - It\'s 2:00 A.M., the middle of Jordan\'s third night. Pilar wakes him with bad news. Pablo has gone, deserted. That in itself isn\'t so bad; maybe they\'ll be better off without him. But Pablo took the detonation devices that Jordan needs to blow up the bridge. That is disastrous. Pilar is apologetic and guilt-ridden. She fe ...

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  • Ernest hemingway's - for whom the bell tolls form chapter 34

    - Suspense builds in this chapter as Jordan prepares to carry off his mission with improvised explosive devices and Andres moves to warn General Golz. On his way to deliver Jordan\'s message to Golz, Andres looks at haystacks in a field, there since the beginning of the figh ...

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  • Ernest hemingway's - for whom the bell tolls form chapter 35

    - Maria is asleep. Jordan is furious with himself for not remembering to be on guard when he saw Pablo\'s friendliness, the sign of imminent betrayal. The exploder and the detonators will be hard to replace with improvised materials. In fact, the whole operation may now be impossible. Jordan flies into a rage i ...

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  • Ernest hemingway's - for whom the bell tolls form chapter 36

    - Andres is having his problems- but not with the enemy. He made it through their lines with ease. His problem is with Republican soldiers at their checkpoint. He can\'t convince them that he\'s on their side and that he\'s carrying an important message for General Golz. Of course ...

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  • Ernest hemingway's - for whom the bell tolls form chapter 37

    - In Chapter 37, Jordan and Maria share an episode of lovemaking that touches each of them to the center of their being. Examine the paragraph that begins, \"Then they were together...\" Some readers think it tries to parallel the rise and fall of intensity during lovemaking itself. Beyond question, it lyrically en ...

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  • Ernest hemingway's - for whom the bell tolls form chapter 38

    - This chapter offers several surprises. We see Jordan in an unusual mood, and the expedition to blow up the bridge gets a strange boost from- of all people Pablo. It\'s 2:50 A.M. on his fourth day when Robert Jordan enters the cave. Pilar is attending to breakfast, and the men are generally ...

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