[ 'Nuevo Mundo', Spanish magazine. ] Number featuring a twelve-page feature on the death of the matador José Gómez Ortega, titled 'La muerte de Joselito | Detalles de su vida taurina'.

[ Joselito [ José Gómez Ortega ] (1895-1920), Spanish matador; bullfighter; bullfighting ] 'Nuevo Mundo', Spanish magazine edited by Francisco Verdugo
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['El Nuevo Mundo', Madrid. ] Imp "Prensa Gráfica", Hermosilla, Madrid. 21 May 1920.
SKU: 19167

32pp., 4to. In cream wraps printed wraps with illustration in green on cover. Printed on art paper, with numerous illustrations and advertisements. Aged and worn, lacking staples and with closed tears to the margins of the inner two leaves. Following four pages of advertisements, the front page of the magazine is entirely covered with a photograph of Joselito in the bullring. The central twelve pages of the magazine are devoted to the bullfighter, under the title 'La muerte de Joselito | Detalles de su vida taurina'. These include an interview with him, pictures of him with the queen, his last bullfight, his funeral, his body in the chapel of rest. Joselito, who was made matador de toros at the age of seventeen, was a professional rival of Jose Belmonte, and features in Hemingway's 'Death in the Afternoon'.