For Whom the Bell Tolls - Study Guide Chapter 35 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 35 Summary

Robert Jordan lay in the robe thinking about Pablo. He had known Pablo would be friendly when he became treacherous. He feels foolish and berates himself for leaving the sack with Pilar. Robert Jordan feels himself becoming enraged and begins to feel anger toward all Spanish people. He calms himself and begins to think of how he will blow the bridge. He begins to think they will all be killed, but the bridge will be blown.

Chapter 35 Analysis

The more Robert Jordan thinks about Pablo, the angrier he becomes. It is typical for one to second-guess himself in a situation like this. Robert Jordan had known Pablo could not be trusted and he feels foolish for allowing Pablo the chance to steal the detonators. Robert Jordan turns the rage he feels toward Pablo to the entire Spanish population. When things go wrong in war, it can be...

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