Acknowledgments

" The Angels Are White" by Gore Vidal from The Nation ( January 2, 1960), copyright © 1960, 1962 by Gore Vidal.Reprinted by permission.

" The Early Novels" by Richard Foster from University of Minnesota Pamphlets on American Writers, No. 73, copyright © 1968 by University of Minnesota. Reprinted by permission.

" The Aesthetics of Norman Mailer" by Jack Richardson from The New York Review of Books ( May 8, 1969), copyright © 1969 by the New York Review. Reprinted by permission.

" On the Parapet" by Tony Tanner from Critical Quarterly 2, vol. 12 (Summer 1970), copyright © 1970 by Critical Quarterly. Reprinted by permission.

"Mailer's New Style" by Robert Langbaum from The Modern Spirit: Essays on the Continuity of Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Literature by Robert Langbaum, copyright © 1959, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1970 by Robert Langbaum. Reprinted by permission.

" My Mailer Problem" by Germaine Greer from Esquire 3, vol. 76 ( September 1971), copyright © 1971 by Esquire. Reprinted by permission.

"Male Chauvinist?: Out of the Machine" by Joyce Carol Oates from Will the Real Norman Mailer Please Stand Up? edited by Laura Adams, copyright © 1971 by Joyce Carol Oates.Reprinted by permission.

"The Minority Within" by Richard Poirier from Norman Mailer by Richard Poirier , copyright © 1972 by Richard Poirier.Reprinted by permission.

" The Naked, the Dead, and the Machine" by Randall H. Waldron from PMLA 1, vol. 87 ( January 1972), copyright © 1972 by The Modem Language Association of America.Reprinted by permission.

" The Armies of the Night" by Robert Merrill from Illinois Quarterly 1, vol. 37 ( September 1974), copyright © 1974 by Illinois State University.Reprinted by permission.

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  • Norman Mailer *
  • Contents *
  • Editor's Note ix
  • Introduction 1
  • The Angels Are White 7
  • The Early Novels 17
  • The Aesthetics of Norman Mailer 27
  • On the Parapet 33
  • Mailer's New Style 51
  • My Mailer Problem 65
  • Male Chauvinist? 79
  • The Minority Within 85
  • The Naked, the Dead, and the Machine 115
  • "The Armies of the Night" 127
  • "The Executioner's Song" 139
  • The Taking of the Moon 143
  • Sex, Creativity and God 167
  • The Prisoner as Creator in "The Executioner's Song" 183
  • Norman in Egypt: "Ancient Evenings" 193
  • Chronology 201
  • Contributors 203
  • Bibliography 205
  • Acknowledgments 207
  • Index 209
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