For Whom the Bell Tolls - Chapter 25 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 25 Summary

Robert Jordan tells Agustin to stay with the gun; he is going to speak to Primivito. Anselmo is to stay with Agustin to hold the gun, if needed. Primivito asks what they will do about the attack on Sordo. Robert Jordan tells him they will do nothing. There is nothing they can do, and Robert Jordan expected this to happen. The cavalry followed the tracks of the horses Sordo stole last night. Primivito is visibly upset, but Robert Jordan assures him there is nothing they could do and going would be useless.

Pilar comes up the hill; she has heard the gunfire coming from Sordo's too. She asks Robert Jordan if the battle sounds bad, and he tells her it does. Pilar asks if they have heard from Pablo and Robert Jordan tells her Pablo has a forty-five minute head start on the cavalry. She tells them...

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