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In the summer of 1960, Ernest Hemingway was in Madrid writing an epilogue to a series of articles he had completed for Life magazine on Antonio Ordonez and Luis Miguel Dominguin, the top matadors of the 1959 bullfighting season. The three-part series was titled "The Dangerous Summer" and published in September, 1960. He wrote the epilogue in order to bring "the careers of the two

There are few authors more revered among bibliophiles than Jorge Luis Borges, poet, philosopher, and director of the Biblioteca Nacional de la Republica Argentina. So when a Borges manuscript appears at auction, we take note. On March 27, Bonhams in London will offer this three-page autograph manuscript signed of Borges' prologue to

Portrait-1-.jpgThe Library of Congress has acquired and made available online the

Coming up on Tuesday and Wednesday, September 18-19, at Sotheby's London, The Erwin Tomash Library on the History of Computing, in 942 lots. I'll have more on this sale in the next print issue, but an expected highlight is a presentation copy of Galileo's