Difference between revisions of "An American Dream Expanded"

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|File:Buckley_Miami_Herald.JPG|[[There's Hope in Mailer|William F. Buckley, Jr. states]]: “it was {{NM}} who developed the cult of the Hipster—the truly modern American who lets the bleary world go by doing whatever it bloody well likes, because nothing it does can upset the Hipsters’ inexhaustible Cool.” (''The Miami Herald'', September 26, 1965)
|File:Buckley_Miami_Herald.JPG|[[There's Hope in Mailer|William F. Buckley, Jr. states]]: “it was {{NM}} who developed the cult of the Hipster—the truly modern American who lets the bleary world go by doing whatever it bloody well likes, because nothing it does can upset the Hipsters’ inexhaustible Cool.” (''The Miami Herald'', September 26, 1965)
|File:Dana_-_North_Am_Review_copy_(1).jpg|Robert Dana's review of ''An American Dream'', published July 1965 in ''The North American Review'', declares the novel to be Mailer's "best and most powerful novel since ''[[The Naked and the Dead]]'', despite what Dana sees as a poor conclusion and a lack of meaning in the main character's actions.
|File:Dana_-_North_Am_Review_copy_(1).jpg|Robert Dana's review of ''An American Dream'', published July 1965 in ''The North American Review'', declares the novel to be Mailer's "best and most powerful novel since ''[[The Naked and the Dead]]'', despite what Dana sees as a poor conclusion and a lack of meaning in the main character's actions.
[[File:Lewis Nichols In and Out of books.jpg|thumb|Lewis Nichols In and Out of Books]]
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