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For Whom the Bell Tolls Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 28 Summary

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Chapter 28 Summary

Robert Jordan hopes the planes have missed Sordo; he thinks the planes hardly kill anyone. When everything stays quiet, he knows it is over. Maria comes with food and asks about the fighting at Sordo's. Robert Jordan tells her it is over. He asks her to stay, but she is going to receive instruction from Pilar.

Primitivo is upset and can barely eat. He is upset that they left them alone to fight the cavalry. Robert Jordan reminds him that there was nothing they could do to help. They watch the cavalry returning from Sordo's. Robert Jordan sees Sordo's rifle on one of the saddles. Lieutenant Berrendo has the gun. He is thinking about the attack and feels taking the heads was barbarous. He thinks of Julian dead on the hill and begins to pray. As he prays, he passes Anselmo.

Anselmo walks back toward Pablo's camp...

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