Copyright page has "A" and Scribner's Seal printed on the copyright page with no statements of reprints. 1932 is stated on the title page. Boards are black cloth with gold lettering on the spine, and author's name on front. Dust jacket features Toros painting by Roberto Domingo on front panel, and has a $3.50 printed price on the front flap. The back of the dust jacket has reviews for A Farewell to Arms, Men Without Women, The Sun Also Rises, The Torrents of Spring, and In Our Time.
There is a tissue-protected color frontispiece of "The Bullfight" by Juan Gris that faces the title page. Book also contains 62 black and white photos of bullfights and bullfighters.
Picture of the 1932 first edition dust jacket for Death in the Afternoon.
Picture of the first edition copyright page for Death in the Afternoon.
Picture of dust jacket where original $3.50 price is found for Death in the Afternoon.
Picture of the back dust jacket for the first edition of Death in the Afternoon.
Picture of the first edition Charles Scribner's Sons boards for Death in the Afternoon.
Picture of the back dust jacket flap for the first edition of Death in the Afternoon.
Picture of the first edition title page for Death in the Afternoon.
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