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“His Punch Is Better than Ever.” Interview by Bonnie Angelo. Time, 30 September, 68–69. Mailer speaks more of politics than literature, touching on George Bush, the Clarence Thomas nomination, the Women’s Liberation movement, reincarnation, and the men’s movement led by Robert Bly: “I believe Bly and I are thinking on parallel lines. He may be a touch too mystical to my taste, but I think there are great mysteries to masculine psychology.” Accompanied by Paul Gray’s negative review of 91.26.