For Whom the Bell Tolls - Study Guide Chapter 16 Summary & Analysis

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When they get back to the cave, Pilar tells Robert Jordan that El Sordo was there and went to look for horses. Robert Jordan is wet and Maria fetches him dry socks and fusses over him. She brings him the whisky he drank with El Sordo, who brought it with him for Robert Jordan. Pablo calls him "Don Roberto" and is obviously drunk. Robert Jordan thinks it is admirable that El Sordo brought the scotch and offers some to Anselmo. Maria tells the men to eat, and Robert Jordan asks her to eat with them. She wants to eat later, with Pilar. Robert Jordan tells her that in his country, men do not eat before the women, but she tells him they do in Spain.

Pablo begins to mock the United States and asks what the men wear under their skirts. Three times, Robert Jordan...

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