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This chapter discusses Mailer’s work in the context of the New Journalism movement, including his own unique contributions in terms of style and perspective. It explores the ways Mailer blends characteristics of autobiography, participatory journalism, and literary fiction, and also addresses Mailer’s use of illeism, a style which allowed him to write about himself in the third person, and which became one of his signatures as a New Journalist in the 1960s and 1970s.
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