Tauromachian


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Tau`ro`ma´chi`an


a.1.Of or pertaining to bullfights.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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In Hable con ella, the use of "Por Toda a Minha Vida" during the bullring scene displaces tauromachian tradition.
As his prolific reading history indicates, his interest in Spain was not only tauromachian but also literary.
Mandel and Brand have also included an informative and valuable appendix consisting of a thoroughly researched essay by Brand analyzing the eighty-one photographs Hemingway chose to include in the original work, a contemporary review of the book in Spanish published in La Fiesta Brava in April 1933 in Spain by the taurine critic Tomas Orts Ramos ("Uno al Sesgo"), and a bibliography of the tauromachian works Hemingway read as research prior to the publication of Death in the Afternoon.