For Whom The bell Tolls


Author : Ernest Hemingway
Publication : Surjeet Publications

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For Whom the Bell Tolls is Hemingway?s finest and most popular novel. It is a story of courageous resistance to tyranny, and that resistance is felt as a concern of all humanity. The protagonist Robert Jordan is ?involved in mankind?, not as a Marxist, but as a believer in Liberty, Equality, and Fraternity. It is the story of a single small action in the Spanish Civil War, the blowing up of a bridge at the precise time when Fascist reinforcements must be halted. It is also a story of the guerillas with whom Robert Jordan must work, and of his love for the refugee girl Maria, which must be fulfilled within the three days of his mission. Of all Hemingway?s stories, this is the richest in individual convincing characters. The treacherous Pablo, the massive and resolute Pilar, the sweet-natured Anselmo, the profane Augustin, the irresponsible Rafael, the pedantic Fernando, the wifely Maria, and last but not the least, the intellectual-turned-man-of-action, Robert Jordan.


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