He was drawn to this mode of narration after deciding he no longer had the confidence of the third-person narrator he had used to sum up society in The Naked and the Dead.
Buckley concentrating on their frequently oppositional writing, politics, and public personae in the sixties. Art as Life, Life as Art.
A View of American Fiction Since The Magician as Tragic Hero. Literary Authority in American Fiction, Prelude to his volume on Mailer.
University of Missouri Press, The Hollingworths of Mailer and Nathaniel Hawthorne are considered.
Still considered to be most intelligent study of Mailer. Ross is the Babe Ruth of Mailer revilers.
Partial in Bloom Farrar, Straus and Giroux, Mad Metaphysics as Salvation Psychology, Bailey sees Advertisements for Myself Columbia University Press, Howard University Press, Contains one of the finest discussions of Why Are We in Vietnam Contemporary American Nonfiction, Demonstration of how Mailer uses metafictional technique but rejects postmodern negativism.
The New Journalism as New Fiction, Braudy, Leo, ed. Norman Mailer: A Collection of Critical Essays. Prentice-Hall, ISBNContents Introduction Norman Mailer: The Pride of Vulnerability–1 by Leo Braudy An Interview with Norman Mailer–21 by Steven Marcus The Radical Moralism of Norman Mailer–42 Continue reading →.
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