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  • By José Luis on April 22, 2009

    Hemingway es un escritor magistral que en esta ocasión nos acerca al mundo de los toros y la España de las tres primeras décadas del siglo veinte. El libro es una mezcla de detalles, recuerdos e incluso personajes que la experiencia del autor - adquirida durante varias temporadas taurinas y viajes por el país ibérico -, ha logrado acumular, de manera que nos acerca al mundo taurino de una forma tan sencilla como interesante. Extremadamente recomendado para amantes de los toros y de la prosa del autor de "Adiós a las armas".

  • By Guillermo Cordobva on December 28, 2004

    Though at the end of the book Hemingway states that his book is in no way intended to be an all inclusive book on bullfighting, it is considered by many to be "the" best book ever written on the subject. A literary triumph for those interested and those opposed to bullfighting, filled with details of what goes on before, during, and after the fights both from the matadors' and spectators' point of views. If you've never been to a bullfight, this book will put you ring-side to the artistry that is bullfighting. (It is easy to see why this book is so well esteemed, Hemmingway's writing is an art all its own and this book is his fiercest ever.)Al fin del libro Hemingway dice que no lo debemos considerar el libro todo inclusivo de tauromaquia o corridas de toros, muchos lo consideran el libro definito en el tema. Un triunfo literario paro los interesados y los opuestos a las corridas, lleno de detalles de lo que susede antes, durante, y despues de las corridas en los ojos del matador y los espectadores. Si nunca ha ido a una corrida, este libro lo pondria pormedio del matador y el toro en el arte de la tauromaquia. (Es facil ver porque este libro es tan bien estimado, el estilo de Hemmingway es un arte enteramente suyo y este libro es su mas feroz.)

  • By Daniel Pedroza on March 7, 2002

    Hemingwat wrote thhis book after lived many years in Spain, but he had saw the bullfights with a crtitical and analitic eye like no other writer, even spanish or mexican did it.His comments to the bullfighters life, and his analisis to the bull's nature and raise are simply punctuals and corrects.I think this is the best bullfights book ever wrote.


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