Dos Passoss comment about "exhibitionistic personalities" trying to prove their manhood refers directly to the amateur bullfights
Hemingway participated in during the 1924 fiesta.
"This is a significant state in the effort to put an end to the cruel sacrifice of bulls during the bullfights
in Mexico," said Anton Aguilar, HSI's Mexico director.
In chapter 5 Query turns to poetic depictions of the Spanish Civil War, situating it in relationship to the bullfight
as the "political workshop for Europe" (139).
rhythm of his poems, nor the pathos of the bullfight
, the exquisite
Katie had misgivings about bullfights
but said: "Leo and I were invited and I did not want to offend, especially given Leo's Latin origins.
"My ad might be graphic, but it's nothing compared to the bloody, violent reality of bullfights
," the Sun quoted her as saying.
Along with eating paella [a dish of rice, meat, seafood, and vegetables] and drinking sangria, watching a bullfight
is a must for anyone visiting Spain.
I didn't feel that we had to stay with the look of the book, so I went on line looking for images of bullfights
and Spanish poster art.
Another thing was the obligatory excursion to the bullfight
. For most of us, our only experience of bullfighting was Tommy Steele singing Little White Bull with the chorus: You're not a little bull, you're a brave little bull You're gonna be a great little bull The best in Spain!
Mr Evans, who admitted he felt nervous ahead of his first public bullfight
in three years, said: "It felt fantastic.
Telle strikes up an unlikely friendship with the Oracle while the rest of the gang set off on a free trip to see a bullfight
. Comedy) starring Johnny Vegas and Hannah HoMey.
DISCOVER A FRIENDLIER WAY TO FIGHT In the Central Valley, the centuries-old tradition of the bullfight
lives on in an updated, gentler form.