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Love of animals or hatred of man?

Francisco Rivera Ordóñez, born to fame… and to pain This is the headline of the article by Antonio Lorca, bullfighting critic, in the culture section of El País, Spain’s left of centre national newspaper. Francisco is, along with his brother … Continue reading

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Bullfighting Roundup

This year was meant to be a quiet for me in terms of los toros, but instead I find myself booked to run the encierros – ‘bull runs’ – and watch the corridas – ‘bullfights’ (a misnomer, it is neither … Continue reading

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