For Whom the Bell Tolls - Study Guide Chapter 20 Summary & Analysis

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Robert Jordan lay in his robe waiting for Maria. He cut down a small pine tree and used the boughs to make a bed. He lay there watching the entrance to the cave. He likes the smell of the pine needles; they remind him of fall in Missoula. He begins to worry that Maria will not come, but she does come.

Robert Jordan tells Maria he loves her. She replies that she loves him too, and she is his wife. He asks if the others are asleep. They are not, but Maria was tired of waiting and feels it does not matter anyway. They declare their love for each other, and their feeling that they are one person. They make love and although it is not as earth shattering as earlier in the day, they decide it was better. They fall asleep, but Robert Jordan wakes in...

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