For Whom the Bell Tolls - Chapter 21 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 21 Summary

In the morning, there is a warm wind and Robert Jordan can hear the snow melting off the trees. He thinks the snow will be gone by noon. He hears a horse coming and sees the horseman. While Maria hides in the robe, Robert Jordan shoots the horseman. The horse takes off with the dead man into the trees. Robert Jordan tells Primitivo to catch the horse and asks who is on patrol. Pilar tells him Rafael is on patrol.

Robert Jordan tells them the cavalry is on patrol and send Agustin and Anselmo to take the big gun and get up there with them. He asks Pablo if Agustin can shoot the gun, and Robert Jordan is told he can. Pablo offers to take the horse with the others, but Robert Jordan thinks his tracks need to lead away from the cave. Pablo will ride him...

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