Death in the Afternoon as Seen by Tomás Orts-Ramos (Uno al Sesgo)
Uncovers the strengths and weaknesses of the book through the eyes of respected and prolific taurine critic Orts-Ramos. While Orts-Ramos identifies errors, he attributes them to bullfight critics in general, not just to Hemingway. Overall, the critic considers the book a success in capturing the beauty and emotion of bullfighting.
Bredendick, Nancy. “Death in the Afternoon as Seen by Tomás Orts-Ramos (Uno al Sesgo).” Hemingway Review 24, no. 2 (Spring 2005): 41-61.