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Eso es la literatura: corazones que no dejan de latir, pensamiento sin la barrera del tiempo.
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Carlos observed one and then another along the long rows behind the barrera without note.
Two peónes darted through the slits in the barrera and pulled him toward the railing, blood trailing behind him in a long black tail.
Other nights Hernando sat behind the barrera and watched the shadows play out generation-old performances by Arruza and Manolete, cheering them through the echoes of his own febrile laughter.
From behind the barrera wall, a drunk tossed an empty bottle that shattered in the outer ring, causing both Carlos and Hernando to turn their heads at once.
Embajador stands as if planted in the sand, alone, exhausted by his charges and confrontations with the picadores, visibly panting, his flanks heaving, abandoned by the matador who disappears behind a barrera.
Emerging from his hiding place behind the barrera, El Tapatio approaches the beast to begin the faena again.
Every so often, one of the peones comes out from behind the barrera to taunt the bull, dodging agilely, all to see the character of the animal, and to draw him to different areas of the ring.
But this time the bull isn't playing, and he charges, sending the surprised matador scurrying behind the barrera to the catcalls of the crowd, as a horn thunks into the thick wood and the bull snorts and paws around the barrera, seeking the missing man.
A wicked horn thunks into the red-painted barrera with a sound that reverberates throughout the arena.
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