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Iberia: Spanish Travels and Reflections Chapter Summary & Analysis - The Bulls Summary

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The Bulls Summary and Analysis

Ever since the narrator's first bullfight that he saw in Valencia, he has been in love with bullfighting. He loves the art of it, but more than anything, he loves the bulls. They are magnificent creatures and when they are in their own environment are even more spectacular. While in Pamplona in 1966, the last day of the bulls was not the last day of the fair. Rather, it was a day reserved for a concurso. This formal competition had two characteristics. The first was a panel of judges that judges the bravest bull and the second was that the public could choose to spare a bulls life if it is particularly brave. All the bulls that compete come from the same ranch, which is more meaningful since they grew up in the same type of environment with the same stimuli.

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