The Blind Faith of the one-eyed MatadorKaren Russell, GQ Last fall, one of Spain's greatest matadors took a horn to the face.
In addition to several peacocks, she owned mallards, pheasants, bantams, and a one-eyed swan.
The one-eyed leader of the Quetta Shura never talks to the press, never meets with non-Muslims and is remarkably secretive.
"So you're here again," muttered the one-eyed grisette, in her deep voice.
Nevertheless, he ran with his head even with the shoulder of his one-eyed elder.
Food, it seemed, was what could rouse the one-eyed man to continued speech.
But the interview with his one-eyed compadre had shocked him most.
Still it was but a pale-faced, quiet Bessie who went to and fro about the place after the visit of the one-eyed Kafir.
The one-eyed cuirassier said judicially, "That cannot be refused."
And the Englishman promptly dreamed that a one-eyed tiger came into his tent without a purwana.