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Selected Secondary Bibliography

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  05 August 2021

Maggie McKinley
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Norman Mailer in Context , pp. 391 - 395
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Print publication year: 2021

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Balbert, Peter. “From Lady Chatterly’s Lover to The Deer Park: Lawrence, Mailer, and the Dialectic of Erotic Risk.” Studies in the Novel 22.1 (1990): 6781.Google Scholar
Batchelor, Bob. “Mailer and Updike: Probing American Culture as Writers and Celebrities.” The Mailer Review 6.1 (2012): 129144.Google Scholar
Horn, Bernard. “Ahab and Ishmael at War: The Presence of Moby-Dick in The Naked and the Dead,” American Quarterly 34.4 (1982): 381.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Kuberski, Philip. “The Metaphysics of Postmodern Death: Mailer’s Ancient Evenings and Merrill’s ‘The Changing Light at Sandover,’” ELH 56.1 (1989): 229254.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Loving, Jerome. “The Father and Son of American Realism: The Second Acts of Dreiser and Mailer.” The Mailer Review 7.1 (2013): 6673.Google Scholar
Chaiken, Michael. “The Master’s Mercurial Mistress: How Norman Mailer Courted Chaos 24 Frames per Second.” Film Comment 43.4 (2007): 3642.Google Scholar
Garrett, Leah. “1948 and the Pacific Theater: The Naked and the Dead and An Act of Love.” Young Lions: How Jewish Authors Reinvented the American War Novel. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press, 2015, pp. 4976.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Leigh, Nigel. “Getting It Wrong: The Cinema of Norman Mailer.” Journal of American Studies 24.3 (1990): 399413.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Lennon, J. Michael. “Norman Mailer: Novelist, Journalist, or Historian?Journal of Modern Literature 30.1 (2007): 91103.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Mosser, Jason. “Norman Mailer: Genre Bender.” The Mailer Review 6.1 (2012): 267274.Google Scholar
Mosser, Jason. “Norman Mailer’s The Armies of the Night: Journalist as Novelist and Intellectual.” The Participatory Journalism of Michael Herr, Norman Mailer, Hunter S. Thompson, and Joan Didion: Creating New Reporting Styles. Lewiston, NY: The Edwin Mellen Press, 2011.Google Scholar
Olster, Stacey. “The Transition to Post-Modernism: Norman Mailer and a New Frontier in Fiction.” Reminiscence and Re-creation in Contemporary American Fiction. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1989, pp. 3671.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Anshen, David, “The Prescience of Mailer’s Marxism: Socialism or Barbary Shore?The Mailer Review 6.1(2012): 246267.Google Scholar
Hitchens, Christopher. “Master of Conventions.” The Atlantic (September 2008): 113–116.Google Scholar
Meredith, Robert. “The 45-Second Piss: A Left Critique of Norman Mailer and The Armies of the Night.” Modern Fiction Studies 17.3(1971): 433448.Google Scholar
Wilson, Andrew. “Pentagon Pictures: The Civil Divide in Norman Mailer’s The Armies of the Night.” Journal of American Studies 44.4 (2010): 725740.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Zirakzadeh, Cyrus Ernesto. “Political Prophecy in Contemporary American Literature: The Left Conservative Vision of Norman Mailer,” The Review of Politics 69.4 (2007): 625649.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Bernstein, Mashey. “The Heart of the Nation: Jewish Values in the Fiction of Norman Mailer.” The Mailer Review 2.1 (2008): 376384.Google Scholar
Cappell, Ezra. “Norman Mailer: A Man of Letters Inspired by the People of the Book,” The Mailer Review 2.1 (2008): 9799.Google Scholar
Leeds, Barry H.Boxing as a Moral Paradigm in the Works of Norman Mailer.” The New Review 1 (1992): 1216.Google Scholar
McDonald, Brian. “Post-Holocaust Theodicy, American Imperialism, and the ‘Very Jewish Jesus’ of Norman Mailer’s The Gospel According to the Son.” Journal of Modern Literature 30.1 (2007): 7890.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Partridge, Jeffrey F. L.The Gospel According to the Son and Christian Belief.” Journal of Modern Literature 30.1 (2007): 6477.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Podhoretz, Norman. “Norman Mailer: The Embattled Vision.” Partisan Review 26.2 (1959): 371391.Google Scholar
Wilson, Raymond J.Control and Freedom in The Naked and the Dead.” Texas Studies in Literature and Language 28.2 (1986): 164181.Google Scholar
Boone, Joseph Allen. “The Hetero-Homoerotics of Mailer’s ‘Big One’: Ancient Evenings.” The Homoerotics of Orientalism. New York: Columbia University Press, 2014, pp. 209222.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Cohen, Sara Jo. “Making Masculinity and Unmaking Jewishness: Norman Mailer’s Voice in Wild 90 and beyond the Law.” The Mailer Review 5.1 (2011): 183198.Google Scholar
Congdon, Brad. “American Dreams, Gendered Nightmares.” Leading with the Chin: Writing American Masculinities in Esquire, 1960–1989. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2018, pp. 2759.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Duguid, Scott. “The Addiction of Masculinity: Norman Mailer’s Tough Guys Don’t Dance and the Cultural Politics of Reaganism.” Journal of Modern Literature 30.1 (2006): 2330.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Gerson, Jessica. “Norman Mailer: Sex, Creativity and God,” Mosaic 15.2 (June 1982): 116.Google Scholar
Hoberek, Andrew. “Liberal Antiliberalism: Mailer, O’Connor, and the Gender Politics of Middle-Class Ressentiment.” Women’s Studies Quarterly 33.3–4 (2005): 2447.Google Scholar
Howley, Ashton. “Mailer Again: Heterophobia in Tough Guys Don’t Dance,” Journal of Modern Literature, 30.1 (2006): 3146.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
McKinley, Maggie. “Violent Liberation and Racialized Masculinities: Norman Mailer’s ‘The White Negro’ and An American Dream.” Masculinity and the Paradox of Violence in American Fiction, 1950–1975. New York: Bloomsbury, 2015, pp. 6790.Google Scholar
Shaw, Justin. “Destabilizing Sexistentialism and Hegemonic Masculinity in Norman Mailer’s An American Dream,” Canadian Review of American Studies 44.1 (2014): 4464.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Snyder, Michael. “Crises of Masculinity: Homosocial Desire and Homosexual Panic in the Critical Cold War Narratives of Mailer and Coover.” Critique 48.3 (Spring 2007): 250278.Google Scholar
Collins, Michael. “‘Ali Even Motivates the Dead’: The Pursuit of Sovereignty in Norman Mailer’s The Fight,” PMLA 128.2 (2013): 332–36.Google Scholar
Edmundson, Mark. “Romantic Self-Creations: Mailer and Gilmore in The Executioner’s Song.” Contemporary Literature 31.4 (1990): 434447.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Glenday, Michael K.From Monroe to Picasso: Norman Mailer and the Life-Study.” The Mailer Review 2.1 (2008): 348363.Google Scholar
Rollyson, Carl. “Marilyn: Mailer’s Novel Biography,” Biography 1.4 (1978): 4967.CrossRefGoogle Scholar

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