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Norman Mailer: Works and Days
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“Antidote.” No Author. Harper’s Bazaar, July, 74–75. Questionnaire seeking the negative opinions, or “anathemas of five noted Americans,” on 13 various artistic categories and activities: play, book, painter, food, film, musical work, celebrity, activity, virtue, place, mental attitude, type of humor and “Antidote in a category of my own.” Participating are Theodore Roethke, Mailer, Marianne Moore, Orson Bean and Jules Feiffer. Mailer says: “The worst celebrity in America is of course J. Edgar Hoover,” a comment that caused this article to be placed in his FBI file.