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* '''2020-03-19''': The ''New York Times'' recommends ''The Executioner’s Song'' in “[https://www.nytimes.com/2020/03/18/arts/true-crime-favorites.html True Crime Favorites From New York Times Critics and Staff].” Dwight Garner writes: “With ‘The Executioner’s Song,’ Norman Mailer seemed to cram all of America into this sprawling book about the life and death of the murderer Gary Gilmore. He became internationally famous after he demanded that the state of Utah, where he killed two people, put him to death. The book, which won a Pulitzer Prize, is awesome in its sweep, power and (for Mailer) plain-spoken humanity.”
* '''2020-03-18''': Did Rip Torn hit Norman Mailer with a hammer while filming ''Maidstone''? To find out, see “[https://radaronline.com/photos/the-most-intense-celebrity-fights-on-set/ The Most Intense Celebrity Fights On Set]” and scroll all the way down.
* '''2020-03-18''': Did Rip Torn hit Norman Mailer with a hammer while filming ''Maidstone''? To find out, see “[https://radaronline.com/photos/the-most-intense-celebrity-fights-on-set/ The Most Intense Celebrity Fights On Set]” and scroll all the way down.
* '''2020-03-17''': The Saint Louis Post Dispatch recommends ''The Executioner’s Song'' in “[https://www.stltoday.com/entertainment/books-and-literature/plus-big-books-to-read-for-restless-days-at-home/collection_3e4096af-3690-50d4-bfbd-bba8941a4826.html#1 10 (plus) big books to read for restless days at home].”
* '''2020-03-17''': The Saint Louis Post Dispatch recommends ''The Executioner’s Song'' in “[https://www.stltoday.com/entertainment/books-and-literature/plus-big-books-to-read-for-restless-days-at-home/collection_3e4096af-3690-50d4-bfbd-bba8941a4826.html#1 10 (plus) big books to read for restless days at home].”

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