Ambassador Gutierres-Olivos, September 18, 1963

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142 Columbia Heights
Brooklyn 1, New York
September 18, 1963

Dear Señor Gutierres-Olivos,[1]

I want to thank you for your invitation to take part in the round table on October 10, but I fear I must say no because I expect to be away in New England at that time, working on a novel.

Yours sincerely,
Norman Mailer
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An American Dream Expanded.


  1. Mailer’s letter to Gutierres-Olivos, the Chilean ambassador to the United States, is the first to acknowledge his plan to write An American Dream. He began the novel shortly after writing the letter.