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In Our Time - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13 Summary

Memoir--The narrator of this memoir is himself a matador. He tells the story of how he and the famous bull fighter Maera see a young Mexican matador running with the fiesta procession through the street. Maera tells the narrator to bring the young man in from the street. When the narrator catches up to the young man and orders him to come inside because he is already drunk, and he has to fight bulls this day, the young man tells him to go away, that the narrator is not his father. Back at the hotel, the narrator says to Maera that the young man is just an ignorant Mexican savage, and Maera replies, "Yes, and who will kill his bulls after he gets a cogida?" The narrator says that he and Maera will kill them, and Maera grumbles sardonically about having to kill the bulls left over...

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