For Whom the Bell Tolls - Study Guide Chapter 22 Summary & Analysis

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Robert Jordan tells Primitivo to cut pine branches, which he uses to camouflage the gun. He shows them how to position the gun, and repositions it correctly. Agustin tells him two porters dropped the gun off, so they have never been trained in how to use it. Robert Jordan hopes Pablo does not run into the cavalry, but is sure he can handle himself.

Robert Jordan hopes they do not have to fight today. They have no choice, but to stay where they are because they will only leave tracks if they move. He hopes the cavalry will follow Pablo's tracks and fighting will not be necessary. The gypsy returns and shows Robert Jordan the two rabbits he hunted. Robert Jordan tells him about the cavalryman that wandered into the camp this morning. He reprimands the gypsy for leaving his post, and threatens to shoot him if...

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