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“Hip, Hell, and the Navigator: An Interview with Norman Mailer.” By Richard G. Stern and Robert F. Lucid. Western Review 23 (winter), 101-9. Mailer’s first extended comment on his belief in an embattled God in one of his most important interviews. Rpt: 59.13, 82.16 (partial), 88.6, 98.7 (partial). See “The Psychology of Machines” in Of a Fire on the Moon (71.1) for a continuation of Mailer’s discussion in this interview of the “Navigator,” the ego’s agent in the unconscious. See also 75.2, 75.11, 82.15, 83.45, 89.11, 13.2, 237-39.