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Lee, Kilku. “A Study on Robert Jordan, Hero in For Whom the Bell Tolls.” Studies on English Language and Literature. 33.1(2007): 201-213. Hemingway’s hero Robert Jordan was deeply related with Heroism. He is another hero, it seems. In this work, his knowledge of the world has been deepened and widened. In For Whom the Bell Tolls, Robert Jordan has consolidated the knowledge of war, love, and death. He has tried the various knowledge of love, camaraderie, drinking, courage and evil. He realizes that his past was in the death-in-life and achieves the courage of true manhood. He tries to enter the life-in-death such as the hard situation of war. He has almost completed Hemingway’s heroism after having been purged of all human pride. He has arrived at the stoicism. He has attained the philosophy of undefeated individualism. Robert Jordan, an another of heros, seems to be Hemingway’s egoism. His value system of life is, it seems, Ernest Hemingway’s. (Jeonju University)