Nearly winning the 1941 Pulitzer Prize, this novel stands among Ernest Hemingway's best. It follows the mission of American volunteer Robert Jordan in the Spanish Civil War, and was inspired by Hemingway's own experiences in that conflict. Jordan is sent to meet with Republican guerrillas and blow up a bridge behind enemy lines—a mission he expects he will not survive. But he encounters ambivalence among the guerillas, some of whom are tired of fighting, and unexpectedly falls in love with a woman in their band.
For Whom The Bell Tolls
Author: Ernest Hemingway.