For Whom the Bell Tolls - Chapter 18 Summary & Analysis

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Robert Jordan felt like he was on a merry go round or watching a wheel of fortune in a carnival. The wheel had gone around twice, but nothing had been resolved. He sits in the cave drawing out his plans and writing the orders for the bridge. Pablo asks what he has been doing and tells Robert Jordan he has been working on the retreat. Agustin asks if Pablo found the plan in the wine bowl, and Pablo says he did. Robert Jordan notices Pablo is trying to stay off the wheel.

Robert Jordan thinks of his plan for after the bridge. He had planned to ask for a three-day leave in Madrid. He had planned to read books and eat at Gaylord's. He wonders if he can take Maria to Gaylord's, then decides to leave her in the hotel. Gaylord's is the place to meet the...

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