by Farris, J. Kelly (ed), Frontain, Dick; Arruza, Carlos
Phoenix, AZ: Hooper Press, 1966. Hardcover. Very Good/good. x, 114 pp, with b/w illustrations from photographs. Light spotting to half-title and edges, very light wear to edges; else clean and sound. Dust jacket soiled, with a few short tears and chips. Signed by Farris to Eva Gabor "with the compliments of the publisher" on the verson of the front free endpaper. From the estate of Francesca Gabor Hilton. "Artistic, thrilling photographs and lucid text make How to Enjoy a Bull Fight an indispensable book for anyone with an interest in the corrida ... [It] shows the terrifying world of the Matadors, from their moments of nervous wait before the action starts in the bull ring to the emotionally charged Moment of Truth!" (dust jacket). (Inventory #: 1934)
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