For Whom the Bell Tolls - Study Guide Chapter 24 Summary & Analysis

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Robert Jordan and Agustin are eating sandwiches for breakfast. Agustin tells Robert Jordan the fascists will smell the onion on his breath through the forest. Robert Jordan jokes and Agustin says he is much different from Kashkin. Robert Jordan thinks Kashkin suffered greatly. Agustin and Robert Jordan are men who suffer very little. The conversation turns to Maria and Agustin tells him that many of the men wanted Maria, but Pilar would not let them near her.

Robert Jordan tells Agustin that Pilar has placed Maria in his care. He loves her and plans to marry her. Agustin asks if he has been with many women and he tells him that he has not. The reason things moved as quickly as they have, is the lack of time. Agustin seems satisfied and tells Robert Jordan if there is anything they need, he is there. Robert Jordan tells...

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