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Argument: More risks the bullfighter takes the better

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As a New York Times 1931 interpretation of Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises" puts it, "If the finishing thrust is properly put in, the matador must always be in such a position that if a gust of wind comes at the wrong time or if the bull suddenly raises his head the man will be gored. If no part of the spectators feels any morbid expectation at such crises a Spanish assemblage is different from other gatherings."[1]

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