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For Whom the Bell Tolls Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 13 Summary

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Chapter 13 Summary

They walk through the heather and Robert Jordan kisses Maria. They make love and both feel the earth move. Later, they walk hand in hand. They talk about the earth moving and Maria asks if the earth ever moved with anyone else. Robert Jordan assures Maria that he has never felt that with anyone else. As they walk, he thinks about the bridge.

Robert Jordan imagines the bridge and sees movement on the road. He imagines where the charges will be placed. He finds himself worrying and tells himself to stop. His mind is clear since making love and he cannot worry. He thinks about their chances of winning, which are slim. Pablo knows this, as does El Sordo, but Sordo is willing to do what needs to be done. Pilar has become increasingly aware of the danger and risk involved. Although it may seem impossible, he...

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