For Whom the Bell Tolls - Study Guide Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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On the way to El Sordo's, Pilar wants to stop and rest. Robert Jordan wants to keep going, but they stop. Pilar talks about being ugly, and Robert and Maria tell her she is not ugly. Robert Jordan asks about the beginning of the movement, but Pilar worries about upsetting Maria with the story. Maria asks her to tell it, and she will not listen if it is upsetting.

Pilar tells them the barracks were attacked in the early morning. The civiles either surrendered, or were killed. Pablo shot four in the head and had the rest of the Fascists taken to the Ayuntamiento. The townspeople lined up on either side and the Fascists were brought out one at a time as the crowd clubbed and beat them to death. There were many drunkards and the crowd was becoming disorderly, and they mocked Don Guillermo while they...

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