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People/Characters: Norman Mailer

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The American Novel and the Way We Live Now by John W. Aldridge
Aquarius Revisited: Seven who Created the Sixties Counterculture that Changed America by Peter O. Whitmer
The art of fiction XXXII : Norman Mailer, an interview
Buckley and Mailer: The Difficult Friendship That Shaped the Sixties by Kevin M. Schultz
Cities of light and sons of the morning; a cultural psychology for an age of revolution by Martin Burgess Green
Conversations with Norman Mailer (Literary Conversations Series) by J. Michael Lennon
Ex-Friends: Falling Out with Allen Ginsberg, Lionel and Diana Trilling, Lillian Hellman, Hannah Arendt and Norman Mailer by Norman Podhoretz
The Fight by Norman Mailer
Firsts: The Book Collector's Magazine, February 1999 by Firsts Magazine
The Golden Turkey Awards: The Worst Achievements in Hollywood History by Harry Medved
The Greatest: Muhammad Ali by Walter Dean Myers
The Historical Bejeezus by Robert M. Price
it [International Times] No. 41 | October 4-14 1968 by Knullar
It Ended Badly: Thirteen of the Worst Breakups in History by Jennifer Wright
Literary Feuds: A Century of Celebrated Quarrels--From Mark Twain to Tom Wolfe by Anthony Arthur
The Lives of Norman Mailer: A Biography by Carl Rollyson
Mailer by Richard Poirier
Mailer: His Life and Times by Peter Manso
Managing Mailer by Joe Flaherty
Moonlight Drive: The Stories Behind Every Doors Song by Chuck Crisafulli
Moral agents: eight twentieth-century American writers by Edward Mendelson
Norman Mailer: The Last Romantic by Carl Rollyson
Plausible Prejudices: Essays on American Writing by Joseph Epstein
Playboy Magazine ~ January 1968 by Playboy
Reporting Vietnam: American Journalism 1959-1975 {complete} by Milton J. Bates
Talents and Technicians: Literary Chic and the New Assembly-Line Fiction by John W. Aldridge
A Ticket to the Circus: A Memoir by Norris Church Mailer
Time to Murder and Create: The Contemporary Novel in Crisis by John W. Aldridge
True Stories of Law & Order: The Real Crimes behind the Best Episodes of the Hit TV Show by Kevin Dwyer
United States: Essays 1952-1992 by Gore Vidal
Victim: The Secret Tapes of Marilyn Monroe by Matthew Smith
We accuse : a powerful statement of the new political anger in America by National Coordinating Committee to End the War in Vietnam
Why I Read: The Serious Pleasure of Books by Wendy Lesser
The Writer's Voice by A. Alvarez
Zuiverende kroniek by Simon Vestdijk

Character description

Norman Kingsley Mailer (January 31, 1923 – November 10, 2007) was an American novelist, journalist, essayist, poet, playwright, screenwriter, and film director.Along with Truman Capote, Joan Didion, Hunter S. Thompson, John McPhee, and Tom Wolfe, Mailer is considered an innovator of creative nonfiction, a genre sometimes called New Journalism, which superimposes the style and devices of literary fiction onto fact - based journalism. 

Norman Mailer in Wikipedia

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