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Norman Mailer: Works and Days
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“Father, Son Share Stage.” Article by Laura T. Ryan. (Syracuse) Post-Standard, 11 May. Account of a 10 May reading by Mailer and his son John Buffalo at Syracuse University’s Crouse-Hinds Theater. Mailer attacked fundamentalism, saying that it “may well be the concept that destroys our world, our civilization.” He called human beings, “God’s reconnaissance into the nature of existence.”