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Nobody ever lives their life all the way up except bull-fighters, Ernest Hemingway wrote in his 1926 classic The Sun Also Rises. This week, Fortune turns to a feature Hemingway penned for the magazine’s March 1930 issue on the harsh, unforgiving, and, for a select few, immensely lucrative business of bullfighting.
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