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‘The Most Spanish of All Cities’

February 13, 2011
‘The Most Spanish of All Cities’

It isn’t picturesque. It doesn’t drip with local color. But when you get to know it, Hemingway wrote, Madrid is “the most Spanish city of all.” If he went back today, Hemingway would find many of his haunts still have the same charm he found in them decades ago.
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The Running of the Bulls

February 13, 2011
The Running of the Bulls

  In Pamplona’s running of the bulls, the notorious bulls of Cebada Gago enter, and disaster strikes.
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Bullfighting’s Messiah?

February 6, 2011
Bullfighting’s Messiah?

“What is needed in bullfighting to-day,” Hemingway wrote, “is a complete bullfighter who is at the same time an artist to save it from the specialists … What it needs is a god to drive the half-gods out. But waiting for a messiah is a long business …” Bullfighting may have that messiah now...
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Pay a Visit to ‘The Farm’

November 19, 2010
Pay a Visit to ‘The Farm’

Hemingway loved Spain, and he loved this painting by Spanish surrealist Joan Miró, his friend and boxing partner. “The Farm” symbolized rustic Spain for Hemingway, and it’s easy to see why. Miró, Hemingway said, was the only painter able to combine all you felt about Spain when you were there and all you felt...
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‘A Pilgrimage to the Hemingway Myth’

September 13, 2010
‘A Pilgrimage to the Hemingway Myth’

Author Eddy Harris isn’t well-known in America, where he was born, but he’s established a following in France, the country he calls home. He is the author of Mississippi Solo, his chronicle of canoeing down the Mississippi River, and Paris en Black et Noir, a memoir of life as a black American writer living...
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The Slow Death of Bullfighting

July 29, 2010
The Slow Death of Bullfighting

In a thought-provoking piece, the Christian Science Monitor notes that even as Catalonia has banned bullfighting, Hemingway is still regarded as the sport’s champion. “What would Ernest Hemingway say?” asks writer Marjorie Kehe. “The American author has long been identified with the violent tradition, which he celebrated as a glorious display of courage. Even...
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