|Ernest Hemingway (left) and Joris Ivens, Guadalajara, 1937|
"Yes," she said. "I see. The stew; as usual. Como siempre. Things are bad in the north; as usual. An offensive here; as usual. That troops come to hunt us out; as usual. You could serve as a monument to as usual."
"But the last two are only rumors, Pilar."
"Spain," the woman of Pablo said bitterly. Then turned to Robert Jordan. "Do they have people such as this in other countries?"
"There are no countries like Spain," Robert Jordan said politely.
Ernest Hemingway, For Whom the Bell Tolls