For Whom the Bell Tolls - Study Guide Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

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Robert Jordan walks outside the cave to enjoy the night air. He can hear the gypsy playing the guitar and singing. Pablo tells him to stop because he is too loud and Pablo's wife, Pilar agrees. The gypsy comes outside and talks to Robert Jordan. The gypsy and the others were waiting for Robert Jordan to kill Pablo and were disappointed when he did not do it. He tells Robert Jordan to kill Pablo now.

Pablo comes outside and tells Robert Jordan he is welcome, and not to pay attention to the argument between him and Pilar. Pablo goes to check on the horses and the gypsy complains that now the moment has passed. The gypsy still wants him dead and speaks to the guard, Agustin, about killing Pablo.

Robert Jordan walks down to watch Pablo with the horses. He is contemplating this turn of events. He...

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