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used in For Whom the Bell Tolls

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  • But it would not leave him and he felt, consciously, all of this becoming like a dream.
    Chapter 43 (52% in)
  • Finito did not eat much because he had received a palotaxo, a blow from the flat of the horn when he had gone in to kill in his last corrida of the year at Zaragoza, and it had rendered him unconscious for some time and even now he could not hold food on his stomach and he would put his handkerchief to his mouth and deposit a quantity of blood in it at intervals throughout the banquet.
    Chapter 14 (58% in)
  • He was conscious of Pablo across the table and of the others talking and playing cards and he smelled the odors of the cave which had changed now from those of the meal and the cooking to the fire smoke and man smell, the tobacco, red-wine and brassy, stale body smell, and when Maria, watching him finishing a drawing, put her hand on the table he picked it up with his left hand and lifted it to his face and smelled the coarse soap and water freshness from her washing of the dishes.
    Chapter 18 (4% in)
  • No one was alive on the hilltop except the boy Joaquan, who was unconscious under the dead body of Ignacio.
    Chapter 27 (95% in)
  • He looked at the far sentry box with the sun shining on it and then, conscious of the wire in his hand, he turned his head to where Fernando was speaking to Primitivo and the gypsy.
    Chapter 43 (25% in)

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