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“Style Is Character: An Interview with Norman Mailer.” By Cathleen Medwick. Vogue, May, 279, 343. Accompanied by 83.29 and 83.30. Discussion of style, especially as related to 83.18. Mailer says he has seven styles in the novel because it is comprised of seven books, “built on the notion that the Egyptians had of the soul. They believed that when you died, you died with seven spirits, pieces of the soul, and they all went to different places.”