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The Dangerous Summer.
by Hemingway, Ernest.

Publisher Information:
Scribners,, New York:: 1985..

A Fine tight copy in a Near Fine, price-clipped dust jacket. In 1959, Hemingway revisited Spain in part to see a series of bullfights and to write a short piece on his trip for Life Magazine. The result is this full-length documentary of his experiences following the classic rivalry of two of Spain's greatest matadors--Antonio Ordonez and his brother-in-law Luis Miguel Dominguin, who recently came out of retirement to go mano a mano with Ordonez. Hemingway most effectively captured the comraderie and the competition between the two matadors as well as the grueling pace and pressure of the bullfighting season. Illustrated with photgraphs.


Edition: First Printing of the First Edition
ISBN: 0684183552
Book Id: 24479

Price: $150.00

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