For Whom the Bell Tolls - Study Guide Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

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Anselmo is waiting at his post to be relieved. He considers leaving, as there has been nothing unusual and it is cold, but decides to wait a little longer for Robert Jordan. He sees a Rolls Royce drive past, but does not know it belongs to the General Staff. He takes out his paper and makes a mark next to motor vehicles. The narrator states that if Robert Jordan had made that distinction between the vehicles, then he would have received more valuable information.

Anselmo sees the men in the sawmill and realizes they are warm. He does not consider these men to be Fascists and knows they are there to keep their families from being harmed. Anselmo will kill them if he has to, but regrets what will happen. He thinks about past action taken by the men and Pablo. Pablo was great then and no...

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