Chapter 35 Notes from For Whom the Bell Tolls

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For Whom the Bell Tolls Chapter 35

Robert Jordan lies with Maria and berates himself for not following his instincts about the smart bastard Pablo, and regrets leaving the dynamite with Pilar. He tries to reassure himself, and says to stop lamenting for what is gone. He curses everything, including his grandfather, and Spanish treachery, egotism, and conceit. He says God pity them, for their leaders always screw them. His anger dies down. He whispers to the sleeping Maria that they will be killed, but they will blow the bridge. "That isn't much of a wedding present. But is not a good night's sleep supposed to be priceless? You had a good night's sleep. See if you can wear that like a ring on your finger." Chapter 35, pg. 371

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