For Whom the Bell Tolls - Chapter 30 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 30 Summary

Robert Jordan is walking down to the post to speak to Primivito. He realizes Golz has the power to plan the attack, but not to postpone the operation. He thinks he should have sent the dispatch sooner. Golz will not be able to get anyone to stop the plans this late. He thinks the planes may have warned his side, but is not sure.

The orders for the bridge are very clear. Robert Jordan knows he cannot be afraid or worry. He thinks he does very well, for a Spanish teacher. He thinks of his grandfather and the stories of the American Civil War. His grandfather never wanted to speak about the killings in the war. He remembers his grandfather's weapons very clearly.

Robert Jordan remembers his father killing himself with one of his grandfather's guns. The coroner had returned it to him, thinking he may want...

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