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{{refn|A prominent Baltimore psychoanalyst and writer, [[w:Robert M. Lindner|Robert Lindner]] (1914-56) became acquainted with {{NM}} after reading Lindner’s 1952 sharp critique of current psychoanalytic practice, ''Prescription for Rebellion'' (1952), published by NM’s publisher, Rinehart. The letter, which contained both praise and criticism for Lindner’s ideas, led to a close friendship over the next four years, including many visits and the sharing of work, including “Lipton’s.See extended note on entry [[Lipton’s Journal/December 17, 1954/56|56]].}}
{{refn|A prominent Baltimore psychoanalyst and writer, [[w:Robert M. Lindner|Robert Lindner]] ({{daterange|1914|1956}}) became acquainted with {{NM}} after reading Lindner’s {{date|1952}} sharp critique of current psychoanalytic practice, ''Prescription for Rebellion'' ({{date|1952}}), published by Mailer’s publisher, Rinehart. The letter, which contained both praise and criticism for Lindner’s ideas, led to a close friendship over the next four years, including many visits and the sharing of work, including ''Lipton’s''. See extended note on entry [[Lipton’s Journal/December 17, 1954/56|56]].}}<noinclude>[[Category:LJ Templates]]</noinclude>

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  1. A prominent Baltimore psychoanalyst and writer, Robert Lindner (1914 – 1956) became acquainted with Mailer after reading Lindner’s 1952 sharp critique of current psychoanalytic practice, Prescription for Rebellion (1952), published by Mailer’s publisher, Rinehart. The letter, which contained both praise and criticism for Lindner’s ideas, led to a close friendship over the next four years, including many visits and the sharing of work, including Lipton’s. See extended note on entry 56.