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For Whom the Bell Tolls Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 36 Summary

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Chapter 36 Summary

Andres arrives at the government position and states his business. The guards threaten to drop a bomb on him. He tells them he is with the band of Pablo and tells them about Robert Jordan and the bridge. Andres is able to convince them he is not a fascist and the let him in. He shows the papers he has brought and tells them about the attack on Sordo. The men do not know about Sordo or the attack planned for the next day. One officer agrees to show Andres the way, but insists on carrying Andres' gun.

Chapter 36 Analysis

The guards at the government post do not trust Andres at first. Civil war makes trusting difficult because both sides are largely made up of Spanish people, so knowing your enemy can be nearly impossible. The bands of Pablo and Sordo are small and the men have...

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