For Whom the Bell Tolls - Chapter 23 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 23 Summary

Robert Jordan sees Primitivo's signal and tells the others to get down. Anselmo drops a small tree he is carrying and hides behind the rocks. Four horsemen ride out of the woods. They stop at the trail where Pablo had circled and stopped. Robert Jordan has rarely seen them this close before. He hears Agustin stop himself from coughing. They pass and Agustin tells Robert Jordan they could have killed all four easily. Robert Jordan tells him the gunfire would have brought more men. Primivito signals to indicate that many more are coming. They see twenty mounted horsemen come up the way the four just passed.

Robert Jordan tells Anselmo to go to the post where he watched yesterday and watch the road. Anselmo suggests he go to La Granja to try to get some information and someone else could watch the road. Robert Jordan agrees to...

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