The Hemingway/Conrad "One Way Feud"
Discusses Hemingway’s grudge against fellow writer and bullfighting aficionado Barnaby Conrad. Suggests much of Hemingway’s criticism stemmed from jealousy of Conrad’s firsthand experience in the bullfighting arena, and includes letters documenting this tension. Speculates on the legitimacy of Hemingway’s authority on bullfighting, while noting his eventual acceptance of Conrad’s work.
Hosch, Hugh. “The Hemingway/Conrad ‘One Way Feud.’” Pleiades 23.2 (2003): 90-100.