本書有DRM加密保護,需使用HyRead閱讀軟體開啟

Beginnings of a Bull-fight
It was the Sunday after Easter, and the last bull-fight of the season in Mexico City. Four special bulls had been brought over from Spain for the occasion, since Spanish bulls are more fiery than Mexican. Perhaps it is the altitude, perhaps just the spirit of the western Continent which is to blame for the lack of 'pep', as Owen put it, in the native animal.

  • The Plumed Serpent
  • David Herbert Lawrence
  • Chapter 1 Beginnings of a Bull-fight
  • Chapter 2 Tea-party in Tlacolula
  • Chapter 3 Fortieth Birthday
  • Chapter 4 To Stay or Not to Stay
  • Chapter 5 The Lake
  • Chapter 6 The Move Down the Lake
  • Chapter 7 The Plaza
  • Chapter 8 Night in the House
  • Chapter 9 Casa de las Cuentas
  • Chapter 10 Don Ramón and Doña Carlota
  • Chapter 11 Lords of the Day and Night
  • Chapter 12 The First Waters
  • Chapter 13 The First Rain
  • Chapter 14 Home to Sayula
  • Chapter 15 The Written Hymns of Quetzalcoatl
  • Chapter 16 Cipriano and Kate
  • Chapter 17 Fourth Hymn and the Bishop
  • Chapter 18 Auto da Fe
  • Chapter 19 The Attack on Jamiltepec
  • Chapter 20 Marriage by Quetzalcoatl
  • Chapter 21 The Opening of the Church
  • Chapter 22 The Living Huitzilopochtli
  • Chapter 23 Huitzilopochtli's Night
  • Chapter 24 Malintzi
  • Chapter 25 Teresa
  • Chapter 26 Kate is a Wife
  • Chapter 27 Here!
紙本書 NT$ 300
單本電子書
NT$ 210

還沒安裝 HyRead 3 嗎?馬上免費安裝~
QR Code