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Title

Toros Célebres: Its Meaning in Death in the Afternoon

Document Type

Article

Citation

Bredendick, Nancy. “Toros Célebres: Its Meaning in Death in the Afternoon.” Hemingway Review 17, no. 2 (Spring 1998): 64-77.

Annotation

Source study. Points to the Torros Célebres, a catalogue of famous bulls from the bullfighting ring, as Hemingway’s touchstone to illustrate concepts necessary for appreciating the bullfight. Claims Hemingway uses the catalogue to clarify what bravery looks like in a fighting bull as well as the aesthetics of the art of bullfighting.

Published in

Hemingway Review

Volume

17

Issue

2

Date

Spring 1998

Pages

64-77

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