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For Whom the Bell Tolls - Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4 Summary

They arrive at the mouth of the cave and Robert Jordan finds his packs under canvas outside the cave. He unlocks the packs and feels in the darkness. Everything appears to be there. He goes inside and sees Pablo, Maria, Pablo's wife and three men he does not know. The joking mood of earlier is gone and he knows they have been talking about him. Robert Jordan puts the pack of cigarettes on the table and speaks to Pablo. He does not look at the other men, but notices only one takes a cigarette. He takes out the flask and pours some into the water remaining in his cup. One of the gypsies shows interest in the drink and Robert Jordan tells him it is a cure for everything. The gypsy tries it and complains that it has a bitter taste. Robert Jordan tells him there is...

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