For Whom the Bell Tolls - Study Guide Chapter 39 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 39 Summary

The group loads the horses and prepares to leave. Robert Jordan and Pablo talk about the plan and the men Pablo has brought. They will take care of the lower post and Pablo speaks of going to Gredos. Robert Jordan thinks his luck has turned since Pablo returned, but he does not believe in luck. Pablo introduces Robert Jordan as the dynamiter to the men. Pilar recognizes Pepe and Elicio. Pablo leads the group to the spot where the horses will be left.

Chapter 39 Analysis

Again, the belief in luck or superstition is seen. Robert Jordan viewed Pablo leaving as bad luck. He thinks Pablo's return is a sign that their luck may be returning.

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