Franklin

Death in the afternoon / by Ernest Hemingway.

Author/Creator:
Hemingway, Ernest, 1899-1961.
Edition:
[1st ed.]
Publication:
New York : Charles Scribner's Sons, 1932.
Format/Description:
Book
[12], 408, [2], 409-517, [1] p., [1] leaf of plates : ill. (1 col.) ; 24 cm.
Subjects:
Bullfights.
Place of Publication:
United States New York (State) New York.
Summary:
A description of Spanish bull-fights.
Notes:
Tissue guard to frontispiece imprinted on verso: The Bullfighter by Juan Gris.
"Bibliographical note": P. 517.
Local notes:
RBC copy 2 is a first printing; RBC copy 1 is not.
RBC copy 3 presented to the Penn Libraries in 2017 by Julia B. Leisenring.
RBC copy 3 has autograph ("AE Bissell") of Alfred E. Bissell in pencil on front free endpaper.
RBC copy 3 has ephemera shelved separately: clipping from The New York Times (1 June 1985) with review of Ernest Hemingway's Dangerous summer by Michiko Kakutani titled: Hemingway at sunset; clipping from The New York Times book review (30 May 1976) with review of Gregory H. Hemingway's Papa by Reynolds Price; clipping from an unidentified publication (with ms. date "May 2 1976" in blue ink) headlined: Sidney Franklin 72, Dies; Matador From Brooklyn; clipping from an unidentified publication by John Crosby (copyright 1959 New York Herald Tribune Inc.) concerning Ernest Hemingway and bullfighting; article by Max Eastman titled "The great and small in Ernest Hemingway" extracted from Saturday review (4 April 1959); article titled "Bullfighter from Brooklyn" extracted from Town and country (February 1952); article titled "How do you like it now, gentlemen?" concerning Ernest Hemingway extracted from The New Yorker (13 May 1950); artitle titled "On offering the bull his body" by John McCormick extracted from an unknown publication; artitle titled "Report from Valencia: Ordonez vs. Dominguin" by John Blashill extracted from Sports illustrated (17 August 1959); article titled "The sun also sets" by Sam Adams extracted from an unidentified publication.
Penn Provenance:
Leisenring, Julia B. (donor) (RBC copy 3)
Bissell, Alfred E. (autograph) (RBC copy 3)
Penn Chronology:
1932
Cited in:
Hanneman, A. Hemingway, A10a
OCLC:
704339
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