For Whom the Bell Tolls - Study Guide Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

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Robert Jordan wakes in the morning to the sound of airplanes. Maria had left in the night. He watches three planes pass, and then nine more. A few minutes later, three more bombers pass overhead. As he is getting dressed, three more pass by. He walks into the cave and asks if they have ever seen this many planes, but no one has. Robert Jordan begins to worry about the number of planes. He looks at his watch to determine where they are going.

Robert Jordan asks Anselmo to go watch the road and note everything that passes, but Anselmo cannot write. Robert Jordan shows him how to draw symbols for different vehicles and make tally marks to keep track of what passes. He tells Anselmo to watch the road until the gypsy relieves him. Rafael is sent to check the activity around the sawmill and then...

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