Chapter 32 Notes from For Whom the Bell Tolls

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For Whom the Bell Tolls Chapter 32

Police frisk people as they enter Gaylord's, but not Karkov; they know him. Everyone, even his mistress, knows about the attack. A journalist tells him excitedly that Dolores, La Pasionaria, said the fascists have been fighting amongst themselves in Segovia all day, and she is a saint of the people. Karkov tells a General he is very concerned, for Robert Jordan is in the middle of all the action. Karkov goes to his bedroom but stays dressed, for he will leave at two a.m. for the front where Golz attacks in the morning.

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