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For Whom the Bell Tolls Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 31 Summary

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Chapter 31 Summary

Maria and Robert Jordan are lying in the robe and Maria is apologizing for being unable to make love. She thinks the soreness is caused by the things that were done to her by the Fascist men and not by Robert. Robert Jordan tells her there is no problem, but thinks it is bad luck for the last night. He tells Maria they should talk because they have not spoken much. She asks if he wants to talk about his work, but he wants to talk about Madrid.

Robert Jordan tells Maria he will care for her in Madrid. He speaks of the Plaza del Callao, where they will stay. She tells him she will clean for him and make love to him, if she can. He tells her there are good doctors in Madrid, who can help her. He will marry her in the United States...

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