Beyond Death in the Afternoon: A Meditation on Tragedy in the Corrida
Reflection on the various forms of tragedy inherent in the bullring. Josephs analyzes Hemingway’s text to illuminate the significance of the ill-fated matador as “the magnification of the tragedy of the human race” in his struggle to master nature. Also published in On Hemingway and Spain: Essays & Reviews 1979-2013, 342-68. Wickford, RI: New Street Communications, 2014, and elsewhere.
North Dakota Quarterly