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| 288 || 288 || Bob Lindner is in the dramatic || || || Note.
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| 291 || 291 || The all-out Marxist || || {{icon|NO}} ||
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| 292 || 292 || Now, back to 290 || L290, L395 (in note) || || Note.
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| 293 || 293 || I’m getting exhausted || || {{icon|NO}} ||
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| 294 || 294 || One takes in order to understand || || ||
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| 295 || 295 || But wrestlers who are givers || || ||
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| 296 || 296 || Talk is cheap, action is hard || || ||
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| 297 || 297 || Jokes. Argo. || || {{icon|NO}} ||
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| 298 || 298 || No wonder I’ve always been || || {{icon|NO}} ||
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| 299 || 299 || Back to x Jargon || || {{icon|NO}} ||
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| 300 || 300 || B is the first consonant || || {{icon|NO}} ||
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| 301 || 301 || Infant and I am faint || || {{icon|NO}} ||
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| 302 || 302 || Ant and ''and'' || || ||
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| 303 || 303 || Obscenities: 69 || || ||
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| 304 || 304 || Jazz. Z and s are sibling components || || ||
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| 305 || 305 || At this moment I’m sick || || ||
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| 306 || 306 || But what a compulsion || L305 || ||
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| 307 || 307 || I’m getting weary || || || Note.
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| 308 || 308 || Fuck, piss, cock, shit, cunt || || ||
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| 310 || 310 || When I was a kid || || || Note.
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| 311 || 311 || My pompous man again || || ||
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| 313 || 313 || Word echoes. Job || || {{icon|NO}} ||
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| 314 || 314 || Aristocrats are usually takers || || ||
 
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| 316 || 316 || But what is also interesting || || ||
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| 317 || 317 || What I distrust of course. || || ||
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| 318 || 318 || On the positive side || || ||
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| 319 || 319 || Letter echoes: Be || || {{icon|NO}} ||
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| 320 || 320 || For some time I have wanted || || || Note.
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| 321 || 321 || The business of putting || || ||
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| 322 || 322 || Corollary. Whenever one reads || || ||
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| 323 || 323 || My birthday today || || ||
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| 324 || 324 || A few word echoes || || {{icon|NO}} ||
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| 325 || 325 || Give-and-take || || ||
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| 327 || 327 || The voice of radio and recordings || || ||
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| 330 || 330 || One other observation || || ||
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| 331 || 331 || Mimics are always psychopaths || || ||
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| 332 || 332 || Last week I wrote || Search || || Note.
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| 333 || 333 || I have the feeling these days || || || How should the 3rd sentence read?
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| 334 || 334 || A great deal of this journal || || ||
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| 335 || 335 || Jealousy. But what a mountain || || ||
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| 337 || 337 || The conservatism of the female || || ||
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| 338 || 338 || Word echoes. Breath, stripped || || ||
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| 339 || 339 || Exceptional people || || || Notes.
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| 340 || 340 || Which brings me to Bob Lidner || || || Note.
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| 341 || 341 || Page 100 || || ||
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| 342 || 342 || Stimulants. My ideas which started || || ||
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| 343 || 343 || Fascination keeps us on || || ||
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| 344 || 344 || What I neglected to say || || ||
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| 346 || 346 || Journalists—another variety of psychopath || || ||
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| 347 || 347 || An interesting confirmation || || ||
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| 348 || 348 || Pro and con—prick and cunt || || ||
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| 349 || 349 || The Catholic Church || || ||
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| 352 || 351 || I cannot say it often enough || || || Should “od” be corrected?
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| 366 || 365 || A corroborating proof || || ||
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| 369 || 368 || Modern art. Liberals, social democrats || || ||
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| 370 || 369 || Elena is a failure || || ||
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| 375 || 374 || Consonant echoes: X || || ||
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| 376 || 375 || The cross was where man || || ||
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| 377 || 376 || Adele’s qualities || || ||
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| 378 || 377 || The voice || || ||
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| 379 || 378 || A note on my Self-Analysis || || || Notes. Is “sociismus” supposed to be “socialismus” (socialism)?
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Revision as of 10:56, 14 June 2019

Entry Dates

December 1, 1954

# NM# First Words x-Refs Cut Notes
1 1 Perhaps the artist is less
2 2 Lipton's seems to open one
3 3 Fucking is perhaps an approach
4 4 In relation to (1) L1 Note.
5 5 The concentration camp novel Did You Know? Note. Unclear x-ref # in note.
6 6 One should always listen attentively Note.
7 7 Herbert A[ptheker]. said of Lipton’s Note.
8 8 In modern jazz, one feels Note.
9 9 Thoreau’s beautiful remark Note.
10 10 I upset Herbert [Aptheker] by saying
11 11 In a short novel Unknown-Class article Note.

December 8, 1954

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12 12 One should always try to Unknown-Class article
13 13 It seems to me that
14 14 It is possible that many Note.
15 15 All of my life with Adele
16 16 If there is that other world
17 17 Listening to a child
18 18 I advertise to everyone
19 19 Six and Four are close
20 20 Knowledge is systematized ignorance
21 21 A novel is slowly emerging
22 22 It may be that the
23 23 In the conc. camp novel L17
24 24 There may actually be such
25 25 Every word sets up L24 Note.
26 26 Television may have some extraordinary Note.
27 27 Possibly the spasmodic nervous system
28 28 Vomiting may be the orgasm
29 29 No saint can be a teacher
30 30 Infants may be enormously wise
31 31 The saint and the psychopath Note.
32 32 No one is more unreligious
33 33 Medicine may be witchcraft end: [and] its emphasis on progress.
34 34 The aggressive instinct
35 35 Psychoanalysis, liberalism, etc. etc.
36 36 I have learned more from
37 37 In The Deer Park after the Note.
38 38 If the more saintly people
39 39 In a Collier’s article Note.
40 40 Words are not entirely bad
41 41 Death may be the price
42 42 I know nothing about semantics
43 43 Talk with Rhoda L. Note.

December 17, 1954

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44 44 The saint and the churchman
45 45 There is no death-instinct
46 46 What worries me today
47 47 Spengler is a great writer L48 Notes.
48 48 Swing in jazz is different
49 49 When Susie speaks of “war”
50 50 There is a lesson for me L47
51 51 A remark on why psychoanalysts
52 52 When the businessman thinks
53 53 Perhaps the reason Susy Note.
54 54 I understand now what Danny Notes.
55 55 The word is a flat
56 56 In the larger sense Note.
57 57 The Stalinists have sneered Note.
58 58 My characters in The Deer Park
59 58 Equations: Man is born Added punctuation in ¶3.
60 59 The big novel could Note.
61 60 I learned a practical matter
62 61 I have always hated sentimentality
63 62 The measurement of time
64 63 Advertising and television and radio Note.
65 64 Because the desire for material
66 65 Almost always experts can never

December 28, 1954

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67 66 At its best, my mind
68 67 Over and over again

December 29, 1954

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69 68 “Vested interest” is enormously more
70 69 Get beneath words Unknown-Class article (partial)
71 70 The gossip is the great
72 71 Words have not only echoes
73 72 The concealments of language
74 73 The sensual is the soul’s
75 74 The Sense of the Past
76 75 There are two kinds of hatred
77 76 The power of the word Note.
78 77 They key to Sergius’ character
79 78 The breakup with Lulu Note.
80 79 Jokes. Charley Wiener just said Unknown-Class article Note needed?: Charley Wiener
81 80 Eitel in court Unknown-Class article Note.
82 81 In error there is also truth
83 82 Eitel and Elena—last chapter Note. Use partial w/ L81, too.
84 83 Don Beda Note.
85 84 Interpretations of present events Notes.
86 85 My feeling about semantics L42 Note.
87 86 One thing must be said L85, L71
88 87 Stories of dreams Unknown-Class article
89 88 Bombing as the great shitting Unknown-Class article
90 89 Comedians and comic writers Unknown-Class article
91 90 Women who always hate
92 91 The more knowledge
93 92 Possibly, bad works of art Unknown-Class article
94 93 The spy (another adventurer) Note.
95 94 Actors and spies
96 95 When a friend says Unknown-Class article
97 96 “Am I boring you?”
98 97 So, boredom, depression, laughter
99 98 Saints and psychopaths
100 99 Laughter is spiritual
101 100 The psychopath sees the present
102 101 So the hipster is the adventurer
103 102 Given my intellectual verbal mind
104 103 A possibility occurs to me Note.
105 104 Marion Faye note
106 105 Note 103 could be L103 Could the x-ref actually be L105?
107 106 Marion Faye note Note.
108 107 Marion Faye on Eitel
109 108 Marion Faye in prison
110 109 Sergius is my brother
111 110 Marion F Journal
112 111 My journal again
113 112 False humility Unknown-Class article Seems like this should not be cut, as L115 alludes to it.
114 113 Marion Faye journal
115 114 (My journal) Arrogance
116 115 Humor is more than wit
117 116 Marion Faye’s note Unknown-Class article
118 117 Man may be terrible Unknown-Class article
119 118 The fear of being ridiculous
120 119 Toward the end of Marion Unknown-Class article
121 120 Marion Faye’s note about Unknown-Class article
122 121 Any art-work which
123 122 “Do you know, Sergius?”
124 123 Dorothea O’Faye could figure

December 31, 1954

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125 124 I am getting whole bodies
126 125 Thoughts. All thoughts in words Note.
127 126 People who make love
128 127 Get a tape recorder Note. [add tea time info] still needed
129 128 Word echoes: We have
130 129 On the understanding of genius
131 130 Word echoes. Mother and smother
132 131 Seriously, truly, just simply
133 132 In Marion Faye’s journal Unknown-Class article
134 133 Jazz is more creative
135 134 I used to be outwardly
136 135 Years ago, working with Malaquais Unknown-Class article
137 136 The world allows us to express
138 137 My ambition remains
139 138 I think that the new
140 139 Sexual psychopathy would be normal Note.
141 140 What I learn about The Deer Park
142 141 Most celebrities are people
143 142 Marion Faye’s journal
144 143 Anyone reading these notes
145 144 At the point where Eitel
146 145 The universe is a vast puzzle
147 146 In N.Y. if we want Note.
148 147 Time is the sense of society
149 148 The so-called decadent writers
150 149 Wild thought. The atom bomb Note.
151 150 Don Beda should be
152 151 What Stalinists see
153 152 Don Beda should be
154 153 Time as the sense of society Hand-written note not included.
155 154 Bob Lindner. As he reads Notes.
156 155 The homo-erotic corollary Notes.
157 156 The corollary of this Note.
158 157 What courage Adele has Notes.
159 158 What terrifies me is exactly
160 159 The fuck novel, “Antacid Analgesique.” Note.

January 3, 1955

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161 160 If this record is to have
162 161 One of the curious effects
163 162 What I dislike so much
164 163 Perhaps a man kills
165 164 With Marion Faye this took Unknown-Class article
166 165 A psychopath expands
167 166 Any human scene
168 167 Precise speech appeals
169 168 Our fear of ghosts
170 169 On the other hand
171 170 The sensitivity spectrum Note.
172 171 Does telepathic mean sick telepathy? Unknown-Class article
173 172 On television, many of the ads
174 173 There is also the possibility
175 174 Listening to Dizzy Gillespie Note.
176 175 Word echoes Unknown-Class article
177 176 I suspect that an index
178 177 Psychopathic love
179 178 Consider whether Elena after
180 179 Sports and sex
181 180 Musicians. The saxophonist
182 181 Steve Allen talking while Note.
183 182 I heard “The Star-Spangled Banner”
184 183 Competition of personality marks
185 184 Name for a Negro
186 185 Be-bop chorus
187 186 We may all have a social Notes.
188 187 Perhaps the secret Note.
189 188 This is the age
190 189 Memory may be a layer Mailer underlined the first two sentences and wrote “Expand” in the margin.
191 190 There’s no such thing
192 191 How do you like my Unknown-Class article
193 192 Fatty foods are cunt foods Unknown-Class article
194 193 Bob told the pickle factory joke
195 194 Obscenity substitutes Unknown-Class article
196 195 Obscenity echoes
197 196 In Barbary Shore I planted Unknown-Class article

January 20, 1955

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198 197 The poor drawing Unknown-Class article
199 198 Looking at myself Note.
200 199 This is the age Notes.
201 200 When we run across Note.
202 201 The tragic air of Mexico Note.
203 202 Rich boys are proud
204 203 “Instants” and “moments”
205 204 John Walsh is a homosexual Note. NM wrote “expand” in the margin-left of the last paragraph.
206 205 If I have qualities of genius
207 206 The Perfect Secretary See NM’s written gloss.
208 207 The night Bob spoke Note.
209 208 The affected person Unknown-Class article
210 209 How much real hatred
211 210 What we do on the surface
212 211 Homeostasis may be true Unknown-Class article (partial)
213 212 Our perception of others
214 213 Word echoes. Son is sin

January 24, 1955

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215 214 Word echoes. Possible way
216 215 Friday, Saturday, and Sunday Note.
217 216 To begin with, one Notes.
218 217 How I’m getting to love
219 218 Spies are takers
220 219 Thoughts about The Deer Park Unknown-Class article
221 220 When Elena is first introduced Unknown-Class article
222 221 Wrestlers and boxers
223 222 Homeostasis and sociostasis Note.
224 223 What I have noticed Note.
225 224 My character. I have always Notes.
226 225 Remember: The fear of being
227 226 In The Journal of Marion Faye
228 227 The movement of my writing Should McLeod be glossed?
229 228 I have always been the romantic
230 229 To condemn L205, L228
231 230 Our resistance about changing Note.
232 231 Rojo and ojo
233 232 Man and his dog
234 233 For three years while writing
235 234 Romance and realism Note.
236 235 The saint and the psychopath
237 236 In the saint-psychopath sense
238 237 This is the best day
239 238 I was deeply instinctively right
240 239 Yet the course of human history
241 240 For years, unknowingly
242 241 Bebop. P and B are sibling consonants Notes.
244 243 Golfers are people who take
245 244 Put another way, the sociostatic
246 245 But look at the philosophical
247 246 It also suggests that action
248 247 Which leads me to Note.
249 248 English is so magnificently blunt
250 249 To go back to note 245 L245 Notes.
251 250 Joyful thought
252 251 Children’s eating Note.
253 252 Everybody is both male and female Should NM’s spelling be made consistent: e.g., bi-sexual or bisexual?

January 25, 1955

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254 253 The advances in medicine
255 254 The predictor, the prophet Note.
256 255 The above note L255
257 256 Bob is the dishonest man
258 257 I wonder if one doesn’t
259 258 Typing errors Unknown-Class article
260 259 But I wanted to finish Unknown-Class article (partial) Note.
261 260 What I wrote about Sergius
262 261 This Journal in so far
263 262 I realized so many funny
264 263 Since I started this Journal Notes.
265 264 The sense of time
266 265 Old people don’t slow down
267 266 To continue 265 I wonder L265
268 268 The interesting confirmation L267
269 269 Fed up. We stuff ourselves Unknown-Class article
270 270 Radicals. Particularly socialists
271 271 Prose on wings, tra-la, tra-la L270 Note.
272 272 So, modestly, I see my mission
273 273 Jews hated Hitler violently
274 274 What is a monster? Unknown-Class article

January 26, 1955

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275 275 I am coming to believe
276 276 I have noticed in analytic Note.
277 277 Let me put it this way Should "basis" be "basic" in sentence 1?
278 278 I know now why I
279 279 Clues, mysteries, puns
280 280 In this sense, we are all
281 281 If the above sounds very fancy L280
282 282 Sociostasis and sociostasis Notes.
283 283 So in that sense L282 Note.
284 284 Little confirmations of 282 L282 Unknown-Class article
285 285 I have to face something Note.
286 286 Dialogue: Yesterday, Hiram Haydn Note.
287 287 Word echoes: Go, man, go Unknown-Class article
288 288 Bob Lindner is in the dramatic Note.
289 289 Let me try 283 again L283 Note.
290 290 Now I come back
291 291 The all-out Marxist Unknown-Class article
292 292 Now, back to 290 L290, L395 (in note) Note.
293 293 I’m getting exhausted Unknown-Class article
294 294 One takes in order to understand
295 295 But wrestlers who are givers
296 296 Talk is cheap, action is hard
297 297 Jokes. Argo. Unknown-Class article
298 298 No wonder I’ve always been Unknown-Class article
299 299 Back to x Jargon Unknown-Class article
300 300 B is the first consonant Unknown-Class article
301 301 Infant and I am faint Unknown-Class article
302 302 Ant and and
303 303 Obscenities: 69
304 304 Jazz. Z and s are sibling components
305 305 At this moment I’m sick
306 306 But what a compulsion L305
307 307 I’m getting weary Note.
308 308 Fuck, piss, cock, shit, cunt
309 309 I have heard writers say Unknown-Class article
310 310 When I was a kid Note.
311 311 My pompous man again
312 312 It seems obvious that insanity
313 313 Word echoes. Job Unknown-Class article
314 314 Aristocrats are usually takers

January 27, 1955

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315 315 As was evident in the notes
316 316 But what is also interesting
317 317 What I distrust of course.
318 318 On the positive side
319 319 Letter echoes: Be Unknown-Class article
320 320 For some time I have wanted Note.
321 321 The business of putting
322 322 Corollary. Whenever one reads

January 31, 1955

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323 323 My birthday today
324 324 A few word echoes Unknown-Class article
325 325 Give-and-take
326 326 The possibility of other Notes.
327 327 The voice of radio and recordings
328 328 But, carry this a step further
329 329 One’s own voice
330 330 One other observation
331 331 Mimics are always psychopaths
332 332 Last week I wrote Search Note.
333 333 I have the feeling these days How should the 3rd sentence read?
334 334 A great deal of this journal
335 335 Jealousy. But what a mountain
336 336 The cynic
337 337 The conservatism of the female
338 338 Word echoes. Breath, stripped
339 339 Exceptional people Notes.
340 340 Which brings me to Bob Lidner Note.
341 341 Page 100
342 342 Stimulants. My ideas which started
343 343 Fascination keeps us on
344 344 What I neglected to say
345 345 Half-way stations
346 346 Journalists—another variety of psychopath
347 347 An interesting confirmation
348 348 Pro and con—prick and cunt
349 349 The Catholic Church
350 350 Word echoes. The and he Unknown-Class article
351 350A Word mirrors:
352 351 I cannot say it often enough Should “od” be corrected?
353 352 Horse-racing. An article Note.
354 353 Word echoes: Defense
355 354 Word echoes. Good, God
356 355 Good. Go to d, Go
357 356 Modern painting
358 357 The key to Bill Styron’s nature Note.
359 358 The inter-fecundation is starting
360 359 Which gives an insight into
361 360 I am always inept at arguing
362 361 More typing errors deliver Unknown-Class article
363 362 God and Jehovah, goal and jail Unknown-Class article
364 363 Word echo: By—By Unknown-Class article
365 364 A lot of this is probably
366 365 A corroborating proof
367 366 The reformer’s liberal ideas
368 367 Nat Halper. His work on the Joyce Note.
369 368 Modern art. Liberals, social democrats
370 369 Elena is a failure
371 370 Cancer. I believe instinctively
372 371 For The Deer Park
373 372 Word echoes: If and Is Unknown-Class article
374 373 I wrote the last note Unknown-Class article
375 374 Consonant echoes: X
376 375 The cross was where man
377 376 Adele’s qualities
378 377 The voice
379 378 A note on my Self-Analysis Notes. Is “sociismus” supposed to be “socialismus” (socialism)?
380 379 Word echoes. Son and sun Unknown-Class article
381 380 What-the-hell
382 381 Word echoes. Her and err
383 382 What I am doing with letters
384 383 Is W the world?
385 384 Son of a bitch
386 385 Simply, directly, I excited
387 386 Once in a while
388 387 f and v. F is fuck
389 388 I’m getting a little tired now
390 389 Anyway, I think I’ll finish Notes.

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Questions

  1. What do we want to do with omitted entry numbers? Just skip them? Or should they be included in the digital version but not the printed?
  2. Are the numbers on Donna’s transcript the new, correct numbers? (I know Mike said that Mailer mis-numbered some entries.)
  3. Should each entry date have its own index page? Perhaps each numbered entry could be summarized here?
  4. Should each numbered entry should have its own (sub)page? I think yes.
  5. Should each numbered entry have a title other than a number? Each could have a shortcut, so if the title is Lipton’s Journal/December 1, 1954/1, the shortcut could be LJ1 or just L1.
  6. Should we categorize numbered entries? Thematically? Style of entry?