Shadow of a Bull | Criticism

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["Shadow of a Bull"] is about a little Spanish town whose heart is the market place and whose soul is the bull ring. The Maia (Teresa) Wojciechowska 1927–Maia (Teresa) Wojciechowska 1927– Photograph by Milton Ackoffhero—or anti-hero—is the ten-year-old son of a famous bull-fighter. In the main square is a huge statue of his father, and in the cemetery, marking his father's grave, is another. The boy was three when his father was killed in the ring, and doesn't even remember him. Because of his father, he is treated with more respect than other boys, he is taken to the bullfights, he is allowed to see the bullfighters dressing and eating and waiting their turn in the ring, and to listen to their conversation. The men of the town talk to him incessantly of his father, and though he is unable to summon the courage to jump from a hay...

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