For Whom the Bell Tolls - Chapter 32 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 32 Summary

On the same night, Karkov arrives at his apartment in the Hotel Gaylord in Madrid. The apartment is crowded and several men in uniform were present. Karkov walks over to one woman in uniform and shakes her hand; she is his wife. He then walks over to his mistress in a way that seemed to mimic the greeting he gave his wife. His wife paid no attention; she was speaking to a good-looking Spanish officer. She asks about the offensive and he tells her there is no offensive planned.

Karkov walks over to a man with puffy eyes, who tells Karkov the Fascists have been fighting each other and have bombed their own troops in Segovia. Karkov confirms the story with another man, a General. Karkov mentions Robert Jordan, who is working with Golz. The general tells Karkov they should receive a report from Robert Jordan tonight...

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