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For Whom the Bell Tolls - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 12 Summary

After eating, Pilar, Robert Jordan and Maria leave El Sordo's. He will come to the camp tonight. During lunch, he had given Robert Jordan the impression that he wanted to be rid of them. Sordo had returned to speaking broken Spanish and waves abruptly as they depart. When Pilar questioned his mood, he told her he is just thinking.

As they walked, Robert Jordan notices Pilar liking pallid and suggests they stop to rest, but she insists upon going on. She begins to look worse and they insist on stopping. When they are stopped, Pilar speaks of feelings of jealousy toward Maria and Robert Jordan. After she has spoken, Pilar tells them this silliness is over and she will not speak of jealousy again. She saw her ugliness in Joaquin's eyes and that caused her mood. Pilar tells them to stay behind to make love while she...

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