Death and the Sun
An immoral spectacle or a metaphor of life? Bullfighting never fails to provoke a reaction. In this unusual travel memoir, Edward Lewine embarks on an eye-opening journey around Spain to track a typical season for the country's biggest bullfighter, Francisco Rivera Ordonez.
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DEATH AND THE SUN: A Matador's Season in the Heart of SpainUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Journalist Lewine debuts in time-honored Hemingway fashion with a blow-by-blow look at the classical art of the bullfighter.Refreshingly, Lewine is not out to bash the literary lion who so famously ... Read full review
Death and the sun: a bullfighter's season in the heart of SpainUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Bullfighting, according to journalist Lewine, a frequent contributor to the New York Times , is a noble art and enduring symbol of Spain, unjustly condemned as a cruel sport by those unfamiliar with ... Read full review