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    Jean Radford
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This Norman Mailer bibliography lists major books by and about Mailer (January 31, 1923 – November 10, 2007), an American novelist, new journalist, essayist, public intellectual, filmmaker, and biographer.

This Norman Mailer bibliography lists major books by and about Mailer (January 31, 1923 – November 10, 2007), an American novelist, new journalist, essayist, public intellectual, filmmaker, and biographer. Over a fifty-nine-year period, Mailer won two Pulitzer Prizes and had eleven books spend a total of 160 weeks on the New York Times bestseller list. Mailer's output included forty-plus books and six decades of bestsellers on a wide range of topics, from World War II to Marilyn Monroe.

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Chapters Table of contents (7 chapters). About About this book. A Revolution in the Consciousness of Our Time’. The Best Writer in America’. The Prisoner of Sex’. America Amerikanische Literatur crisis David Herbert Lawrence fiction New York novel realism Romanticism USA. Bibliographic information.

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Norman Mailer: A Critical Study Paperback – 31 Dec 2013. by Jean Radford (Author).

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Norman Mailer tells Gilmore's story-and those of the men and women . When Why Are We in Vietnam? was published in 1967, almost twenty years after The Naked and the Dead, the critical response was ecstatic

Norman Mailer tells Gilmore's story-and those of the men and women caught up in his procession toward the firing squad-with implacable authority, steely compassion, and a restraint that evokes the parched landscapes and stern theology of Gilmore's Utah. The Executioner's Song is a trip down the wrong side of the tracks to the deepest sources of American loneliness and violence. When Why Are We in Vietnam? was published in 1967, almost twenty years after The Naked and the Dead, the critical response was ecstatic. The novel fully confirmed Mailer's stature as one of the most important figures in contemporary American literature.

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72 Jean Radford, Norman Mailer: A Critical Study (London and Basingstoke: MacMillan, 1975), p. 34. 73 Bigsby, ‘In Conversation with John Updike’, Writers in Conversation, p. 360. 68 Richard Martin 15 for the satire of Hollywood’s porn scene in Yellow Dog. Furthermore, Amis ha. . Furthermore, Amis has been unafraid to tackle other extreme subjects: nuclear weapons are the principle theme of the short-story collection¸ Einstein’s Monsters (1987), while the Holocaust is the focus of Time’s Arrow, or The Nature of the Offence (1991).