First published in 1932, 'Death In The Afternoon' remains a classic for its historical account of the Corrida, for the stories of the great matadors, their banderilleros and picadors - the men who live every day with death - and for the stories of the bulls whose bravery is the primal root of the bullfight.
This remarkable book also contains some of the finest short stories Hemingway ever wrote, inspired by the intense life as well as the inevitable death of those hot, violent afternoons.
- Publication Date:
- 15 / 10 / 2000
- 128 x 196mm