Andres continues his climb to the government position, where he is challenged as he knew he would be. He could have passed the position silently in the dark but he decided that it would be better to acknowledge his presence and get it over with. He shouts up to the sentry, who fires back at his general position. He begs the men at the post not to shoot him and explains that he wants to come in. Someone calls down and asks how many are with him. Andres repeatedly has to assure them that he is alone and that he is not a Fascist. He tells the soldiers that he has come from Pablo’s band...
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