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For Further Reading

Buckley, Ramon, "Revolution in Ronda: The Facts in Hemingway's For Whom the Bell Tolls," in Hemingway Review, Vol. 17, No 1, Fall 1997, pp. 49-57.

Buckley places the novel in its historical context.

Martin, Robert A., "Robert Jordan and the Spanish Country: Learning to Live in It 'Truly and Well,'" in Hemingway Review, Vol. 16, No. 1, Fall 1996, pp. 56-64.

Martin presents a close analysis of the character of
Robert Jordan and his relationship to Spanish culture.

Meyers, Jeffrey, "For Whom the Bell Tolls as Contemporary History," in The Spanish Civil War in Literature, edited by Janet Perez and Wendell Aycock, Texas Tech University Press, 1990, pp. 85-107.

This essay explores the political implications of the
novel.

Wylder, Delbert E., "For Whom the Bell Tolls: The Mythic Hero in the Contemporary World," in Hemingway's Heroes, University of New Mexico Press, 1969, pp. 127-64.

Wylder presents an analysis of Robert Jordan who,
he writes...

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