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==Primary==
==Primary==
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{{cite letter |last=Mailer |first=Norman |recipient=''New York Review of Books'' |subject=Protest |location=10:5 |date=March 4, 1968 |url= |access-date= |author-mask= |ref=harv }} Copy of letter to Leonid I. Brezhnev, with other signatories.
{{cite letter |last=Mailer |first=Norman |author-mask=1 |recipient=the Editors, ''New York Review of Books'' |subject=Violence in Oakland |location=10:9 |date=May 9, 1968 |url=https://www.nybooks.com/articles/1968/05/09/violence-in-oakland/ |accessdate=2020-10-01 |ref=harv }} With other signatories.
{{cite letter |last=Mailer |first=Norman |recipient=''New York Review of Books'' |subject=Protest |location=12:6 |date=March 27, 1969 |url= |accessdate= |author-mask=1 |ref=harv }} Copy of telegram to Hon. U Thant, with other signatories.
{{cite letter |last=Mailer |first=Norman |recipient=the Editors, ''New York Review of Books'' |subject=The Committee to Defend the Conspiracy |location=12:12 |date=June 19, 1969 |url=https://www.nybooks.com/articles/1969/06/19/the-committee-to-defend-the-conspiracy/ |accessdate=2020-10-01 |author-mask=1 |ref=harv }} With other signatories.
{{cite letter |last=Mailer |first=Norman |recipient=the Editors, ''New York Review of Books'' |subject=Ford’s Better Idea |location=19:11 & 12 |date=January 25, 1973 |url=https://www.nybooks.com/articles/1973/01/25/fords-better-idea/ |accessdate=2020-10-01 |author-mask=1 |ref=harv }} With other signatories.
{{cite letter |last=Mailer |first=Norman |recipient=the Editors, ''New York Review of Books'' |subject=Words for the Shah |location=24:19 |date=November 24, 1977 |url=https://www.nybooks.com/articles/1977/11/24/words-for-the-shah/ |accessdate=2020-10-01 |author-mask=1 |ref=harv }} Open letter to the Prime Minister of Iran, with other signatories.
{{cite letter |last=Mailer |first=Norman |recipient=the Editors, ''New York Review of Books'' |subject=In a Cuban Prison |location=25:19 |date=December 7, 1978 |url=https://www.nybooks.com/articles/1978/12/07/in-a-cuban-prison/ |accessdate=2020-10-01 |author-mask=1 |ref=harv }} With other signatories.
{{cite letter |last=Mailer |first=Norman |recipient=the Editors, ''New York Review of Books'' |subject=The Case of Alexandr Bogolovski |location=31:15 |date=October 11, 1984 |url= |accessdate= |author-mask=1 |ref=harv }} Copy of letter to Mr. A. M. Rekunov, Procurator General of the USSR, with other signatories.
{{cite letter |last=Mailer |first=Norman |recipient=the Editors, ''New York Review of Books'' |subject=Arrests in Poland |location=33.13 |date=August 13, 1986 |url=https://www.nybooks.com/articles/1986/08/14/arrests-in-poland/ |accessdate=2020-10-01 |author-mask=1 |ref=harv }} With other signatories.
{{cite letter |last=Mailer |first=Norman |recipient=the Editors, ''New York Review of Books'' |subject=Celebrating Mencken |location=37:4 |date=March 15, 1990 |url=https://www.nybooks.com/articles/1990/03/15/celebrating-mencken/ |accessdate=2020-10-01 |author-mask=1 |ref=harv }} With other signatories.
{{cite letter |last=Mailer |first=Norman |recipient=President Clinton. ''New York Review of Books'' |subject=An Urgent Appeal from Pen American Center |location=40:4 |date=February 11, 1993 |url=https://www.nybooks.com/articles/1993/02/11/an-urgent-appeal-from-pen-american-center/ |accessdate=2020-10-01 |author-mask=1 |ref=harv }} With other signatories.
{{cite letter |last=Mailer |first=Norman |recipient=to Prime Minister Paul Keating et al. ''New York Review of Books'' |subject=The Case of Wei Jingsheng |location=43:3 |date=February 15, 1996 |url=https://www.nybooks.com/articles/1996/02/15/the-case-of-wei-jingsheng/ |accessdate=2020-10-01 |author-mask=1 |ref=harv }} With other signatories. An open letter.
{{cite letter |last=Mailer |first=Norman |recipient=the Editors, ''New York Review of Books'' |subject=JFK’s Assassination |location=50:20 |date=December 18, 2003 |url=https://www.nybooks.com/articles/2003/12/18/jfks-assassination/ |accessdate=2020-10-01 |author-mask=1 |ref=harv }} With other signatories.
{{cite letter |last=Mailer |first=Norman |recipient=the Editors, ''New York Review of Books'' |subject=The Election and America’s Future |location=51:17 |date=November 4, 2004 |url=https://www.nybooks.com/articles/2004/11/04/the-election-and-americas-future/ |url-access=subscription |accessdate=2020-10-01 |author-mask=1 |ref=harv }} Letter; one of a series solicited by the Editors.
{{cite letter |last=Mailer |first=Norman |recipient=the Editors, ''New York Review of Books'' |subject= Blocked |location=52:13 |date=August 11, 2005 |url=https://www.nybooks.com/articles/2005/08/11/blocked/ |accessdate=2020-10-01 |author-mask=1 |ref=harv }} As author of ''Oswald’s Tale'', with other signatories.
==2007==
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===Primary===
====Books====
{{cite book |last=Mailer |first=Norman |date=2007 |title=The Castle in the Forest |url= |location=New York |publisher=Random House |pages= |isbn= |author-link= |ref=harv }}
{{cite book |last1=Mailer |first1=Norman |author-mask=1 |last2=Lennon |first2=J. Michael |date=2007 |title=On God: An Uncommon Conversation |location=New York |publisher=Random House |ref=harv }}
====Book Contributions====
{{cite book |contributor-last=Mailer |contributor-first=Norman |contribution=Commentary |last=Regan |first=Ken |date=2007 |title=Knockout: The Art of Boxing |url= |location=San Rafael, CA |publisher=Insight Editions |pages= |isbn= |author-link= |ref=harv }}
{{cite book |contributor-last=Mailer |contributor-first=Norman |contributor-mask=1 |contribution=Introduction |last=Schiller |first=Lawrence |date=2007 |title=Marilyn Monroe |url= |location=Los Angles, CA |publisher=East End Editions KLS |pages= |isbn= |author-link= |ref=harv }}
====Interviews====
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{{cite magazine |last=Binelli |first=Mark |date=May 2007 |title=Norman Mailer |url= |magazine=Rolling Stone |pages=3–17 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Foley |first=Dylan |date=January 28, 2007 |title=A Portrait of the Devil as a Young Man |url= |work=Star-Ledger |location=final ed. |page=6 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Fox |first=Sue |date=July 8, 2007 |title=Even at 84, Norman Mailer Refuses to Pull His Punches |url=https://www.pressreader.com/uk/sunday-express-1070/20070708/282346855399714 |work=Sunday Express |location=UK first ed. |page=55 |access-date=2020-10-01 |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Freeman |first=John |date=January 20, 2007 |title=Devilish Motives |url=https://www.smh.com.au/entertainment/devilish-motives-20070120-gdp9x7.html |work=Sydney Morning Herald |location=Australia |access-date=2020-10-01 |page=30 |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Goldberg |first=Nan |date= |title=Writing with the Devil |url=http://archive.boston.com/ae/books/articles/2007/11/10/writing_with_the_devil/ |work=Boston Globe |location=Magazine |page=15 |access-date=2020-10-02 |ref=harv }}
{{cite magazine |last=Kirschling |first=Gregory |date=January 19, 2007 |title=Tough Guys Don’t Quit |url= |magazine=Entertainment Weekly |issue=916 |page=48 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite journal |last=Lee |first=Michael |title=The Devil in Norman Mailer |url=https://search.proquest.com/openview/5bff77fb5c089c0b3d810827ee4686c7/1.pdf?pq-origsite=gscholar&cbl=40852 |journal=Literary Review |volume=50 |issue=4 |date=Summer 2007 |pages=202–217 |access-date=2020-10-01 |ref=harv }}
{{cite magazine |last=Lennon |first=Michael |date=October 5, 2007 |title=The Rise of Mailerism |url=https://nymag.com/news/features/38961/ |magazine=New York |issue=40.36 |pages=24+ |access-date=2020-10-02 |ref=harv }} Mailer discusses ''On God''.
{{cite magazine |last=Llewellyn |first=Caro |author-mask= |title=The Lion in Winter: Norman Mailer Talks about Writing His First Novel in a Decade |url= |magazine=Weekend Australian |location=pre-prints ed. |date=March 31, 2007 |pages=1 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=McCrum |first=Robert |date=November 11, 2007 |title=The Author at Home |url= |work=The Observer |location=England |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Miner |first=Colin |date=January 22, 2007 |title=Mailer on Bush, Obama & Writing |url=https://www.nysun.com/arts/mailer-on-bush-obama-writing/47109/ |work=New York Sun |page=15 |access-date=2020-10-02 |ref=harv }}
{{cite journal |last=O’Hagan |first=Andrew |title=The Art of Fiction No. 193, Norman Mailer |url=https://www.theparisreview.org/interviews/5775/the-art-of-fiction-no-193-norman-mailer |journal=The Paris Review |volume=49 |issue=181 |date=Summer 2007 |pages=44+ |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite magazine |last=O’Hagan |first=Andrew |author-mask=1 |title=Get Your Ass off My Pillow |url=https://harpers.org/archive/2007/09/get-your-ass-off-my-pillow/ |url-access=subscription |magazine=Harper’s Magazine |issue=315.1888 |date=September 2007 |pages=22–24 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Pierleoni |first=Allen |date=February 7, 2007 |title=Now Age 84.... |url= |work=Sacramento Bee |location=metro final ed.: TK22 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite magazine |author=<!--Unknown--> |date=January 2007 |title=Proust Questionnaire: Norman Mailer |url=https://www.vanityfair.com/culture/2007/01/proust_mailer200701 |magazine=Vanity Fair |issue=557 |page=166 |access-date=2020-10-02 |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Rose |first=Daniel Asa |date=January 21, 2007 |title=In Conversation ... ; with Norman Mailer |url=https://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/01/18/AR2007011802000_pf.html |work=Washington Post |location=Final ed.: T07 |access-date=2020-10-01 |ref=harv }}
{{cite journal |last=Santaro |first=Gene |title=The Sound and the Baby Führer |url=https://www.historynet.com/interview-sound-baby-fuhrer.htm |journal=World War II |volume=22 |issue=2 |date=May 2007 |pages=23–25 |access-date=2020-10-02 |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Stoffman |first=Judy |date=January 28, 2007 |title=Mailer’s Novel Ideas about Hitler |url=https://www.thestar.com/entertainment/2007/01/28/mailers_novel_ideas_about_hitler.html |work=The Toronto Star |page=C04 |access-date=2020-10-02 |ref=harv }}
{{cite magazine |last=Wollheim |first=Richard |title=Living like Heroes |url=https://www.newstatesman.com/society/2007/11/violence-hip-mailer-1961 |magazine=New Statesman |issue=137.4871 |date=November 19, 2007 |pages=62 |access-date=2020-10-01 |ref=harv }} Abridged reprint of a 1961 interview promoting ''Advertisements for Myself''.
===Secondary===
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====Essays, Articles, Book Chapters, and Dissertations====
{{cite news |author=Bancroft, Collette |date=October 16, 2007 |title=A Man of Many Letters |url=https://www.tampabay.com/archive/2007/10/16/a-man-of-many-letters/ |work=St. Petersburg Times |location=Florida 1E |page= |access-date= |ref=harv }} A look at Mailer and Mailer scholarship on the occasion of both the publication of ''On God'' and the launch of ''Mailer Review''.
{{cite news |author=Beach, Patrick |date=December 23, 2007 |title=Mailer’s Memories about to Open at Ransom Center |url= |work=Austin American-Statesman |location=final ed. |page=J5 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |author=Bennett, Bruce |date=July 20, 2007 |title=Mailer at the Movies |url=https://www.nysun.com/arts/mailer-at-the-movies/58850/ |work=New York Sun |page=11 |access-date=2020-10-03 |ref=harv }} Overview of Mailer’s films.
{{cite news |author=Brokaw, Leslie |date=September 16, 2007 |title=HFA Salutes Norman Mailer on Film |url=http://archive.boston.com/ae/movies/articles/2007/09/16/hfa_salutes_norman_mailer_on_film/ |work=Boston Globe |edition=third |page=N11 |access-date=2020-10-03 |ref=harv }}
{{cite journal |author=Bufithis, Philip |date=2007 |title=''The Executioner’s Song'': A Life Beneath Our Conscience |url=https://prmlr.us/mr07bufi |work=Mailer Review |volume=1 |edition=1 |location= |pages=77-79 |access-date=2020-10-03 |ref=harv }}
{{cite book |last=Burns |first=Paul C. |date=2007 |title=In Jesus in Twentieth-Century Literature, Art, and Movies |chapter=Transformation of Biblical Methods and Godhead in Norman Mailer’s Gospel |location=New York |publisher=Continuum |ref=harv }}
{{cite journal |last=Chaiken |first=Michael |title=The Master’s Mercurial Mistress: How Norman Mailer Courted Chaos 24 Frames per Second |journal=Film Comment |url=http://connection.ebscohost.com/c/articles/25897522/the-masters-mercurial-mistress-how-norman-mailer-courted-chaos-24-frames-per-second |url-access=subscription |volume=43 |issue=4 |date=July 2007 |pages=36–42 |access-date=2020-10-03 |ref=harv }}
{{cite journal |last=Crook |first=Zeba |date=January 2007 |title=Fictionalizing Jesus: Story and History in Two Recent Jesus Novels |url=https://www.researchgate.net/publication/249573018_Fictionalizing_Jesus_Story_and_History_in_Two_Recent_Jesus_Novels |url-access=subscription |work=Journal for the Study of the Historical Jesus |volume=5 |issue=1 |pages=33-55 |access-date=2020-10-03 |ref=harv }}
{{cite journal |last=Dickstein |first=Morris |date=2007 |title=How Mailer Became ‘Mailer’: The Writer as Private and Public Character |url=https://prmlr.us/mr07dick |work=Mailer Review |volume=1 |issue=1 |pages=118-31 |access-date=2020-10-03 |ref=harv }}
{{cite journal |last=Duguid |first=Scott |date=2007 |title=The Addiction of Masculinity: Norman Mailer’s ''Tough Guys Don’t Dance'' and the Cultural Politics of Reaganism |url=https://www.jstor.org/stable/4619310 |url-access=subscription |work=Journal of Modern Literature |volume=30 |issue=1 |pages=23-30 |access-date=2020-10-03 |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Freeman |first=John |date=January 28, 2007 |title=Writers Remain a Robust Bunch |work=St. Petersburg Times |page=B1+ |location=Florida |access-date= |ref=harv }} Article about the continued productivity of aging “literary giants” Mailer, Updike, and Roth.
{{cite news |last=Goldfarb |first=Reuven |date=November 20, 2007 |title=The Jewish Mailer |url=https://www.jpost.com/opinion/op-ed-contributors/the-jewish-mailer |work=Jerusalem Post |volume=14 |access-date=2020-10-03 |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Gottlieb |first=Akiva |date=July 20, 2017 |title=Norman Mailer, Auteur |url=http://old.forward.com/articles/11164/norman-mailer-auteur-00143/index.html |work=Forward |page=B1+ |access-date=2020-10-03 |ref=harv }} Article on Mailer’s films, on the occasion of the New York exhibit “The Mistress and the Muse: The Films of Norman Mailer.”
{{cite journal |last=Henderson |first=Cathy |last2=Oram |first2=Richard W. |last3=Schwartzburg |first3=Molly |last4=Hardy |first4=Molly |title=Mailer Takes on America: Images from the Ransom Center Archive |url=https://prmlr.us/mr07hend |journal=Mailer Review |volume=1 |issue=1 |date=2007 |pages=141-75 |access-date=2020-10-03 |ref=harv }}
{{cite journal |last=Holmes |first=Constance E. |last2=Lennon |first2=J. Michael |title=Norman Mailer: Supplemental Bibliography through 2006 |url=https://prmlr.us/mr06bib |journal=Mailer Review |volume=1 |issue=1 |date=Fall 2007 |pages=234-60 |access-date=2020-10-03 |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Houpt |first=Simon |date=January 27, 2007 |title=Still a Brawler at Heart |url=https://www.theglobeandmail.com/arts/still-a-brawler-at-heart/article677847/ |work=Globe and Mail |location=Canada |page=R4 |access-date=2020-10-03 |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Howard |first=Gerald |title=Mailer Gets Hammered |url=https://www.nytimes.com/2007/08/26/books/review/Howard-t.html |work=New York Times Book Review |issue=late ed, final |date=August 2007 |page=27 |access-date=2020-10-03 |ref=harv }} Essay discussing Mailer’s films, focusing on ''Maidstone''.
{{cite journal |last=Howley |first=Ashton |title=Mailer Again: Heterophobia in ''Tough Guys Don't Dance'' |url= |journal=Journal of Modern Literature |volume=30 |issue=1 |date=2007 |pages=31-46 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite book |last=James |first=Clive |date=2007 |title=Cultural Amnesia: Necessary Memories from History and the Arts |url= |location=New York |publisher=W. W. Norton |pages=409-413 |ref=harv }}
{{cite journal |author=J. C. |title=White Mischief |url= |journal=TLS: Times Literary Supplement |volume= |issue= |date=October 26, 2007 |page=36 |access-date= |ref=harv }} Includes brief mention of ''Mailer Review''.
{{cite magazine |last=Junod |first=Tom |date=January 2007 |title=The Last Man Standing |magazine=Esquire |volume=147 |issue=1|pages=108-133 |url=https://classic.esquire.com/article/2007/1/1/the-last-man-standing |access-date=2020-10-03 |ref=harv }}
{{cite magazine |last=Kachka |first=Boris |date=January 15, 2007 |title=Mr. Tenditious |url= |magazine=New York |volume=40 |issue=2 |page=62 |access-date= |ref=harv }} Recaps Mailer’s history of responding negatively—even violently—to criticism.
{{cite journal |last=Kaufmann |first=Donald L. |date=Fall 2007 |title=An American Dream: The Singular Nightmare |url=https://prmlr.us/mr07kauf |work=Mailer Review |volume=1 |issue=1 |pages=194-205 |access-date=2020-10-03 |ref=harv }}
{{cite journal |last=Kennedy |first=William |date=Fall 2007 |title=Norman Mailer as Occasional Commentator in a Self-Interview and Memoir |url=https://prmlr.us/mr07kenn  |work=Mailer Review |volume=1 |issue=1 |pages=11-26 |access-date=2020-10-03 |ref=harv }}
{{cite journal |last=Kriegel |first=Leonard |date=Fall 2007 |title=Mailer’s Hitler: Round One |url=https://www.jstor.org/stable/40211658|url-access=subscription |work=Sewanee Review |volume=115 |issue=4 |pages=615-620 |access-date=2020-10-03 |ref=harv }}
{{cite journal |last=Lennon |first=J. Michael |date=Fall 2007 |title=Gallery Talk: The Mailer Archive |url=https://prmlr.us/mr07lenn  |work=Mailer Review |volume=1 |issue=1 |pages=132-40 |access-date=2020-10-03 |ref=harv }}
{{cite journal |last=Lennon |first=J. Michael |author-mask=1 |date=2007 |title=Norman Mailer: Novelist, Journalist, or Historian? |url=https://www.jstor.org/stable/4619315|url-access=subscription |work=Journal of Modern Literature |volume=30 |issue=1 |pages=91-103 |access-date=2020-10-03 |ref=harv }}
{{cite journal |editor-last=Lennon |editor-first=J. Michael |editor-mask=1 |date=Fall 2007 |title=‘A Series of Tragicomedies’: Mailer’s Letters on ''The Deer Park'', 1954–55 |url=https://prmlr.us/mr07lenn1  |work=Mailer Review |volume=1 |issue=1 |pages=45-79 |access-date=2020-10-03 |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Long |first=Karen Haymon |title=Mailer in Review |url= |work=Tampa Tribune |edition=final |location=Baylife |page=1 |date=November 18, 2007 |access-date= |ref=harv }} Discusses the formation of the Mailer Society and the annual conference, focusing on Tampa-area members and the launch of the Mailer Review out of USF.
{{cite journal |last=Lucid |first=Robert F. |date=Fall 2007 |title=[Boston State Hospital: The Summer of 1942] |url=https://prmlr.us/mr07luci |work=Mailer Review |volume=1 |issue=1 |pages=27–33 |access-date=2020-10-05 |ref=harv }} Excerpt from incomplete authorized biography.
{{cite news |last=Masters |first=Brian |title=So Are Some People Really Born Evil? |url=https://www.pressreader.com/uk/daily-mail/20070207/281749854885237 |work=Daily Mail [London] |edition=first |page=14 |date=April 19, 2007 |access-date=2020-10-05 |ref=harv }} Article discussing ''The Castle in the Forest'' in relation to an actual scientific study on evil and genetics.
{{cite journal |last=McDonald |first=Brian |date=2007 |title=Post-Holocaust Theodicy, American Imperialism, and the ‘Very Jewish Jesus’ of Norman Mailer’s ''The Gospel According to the Son'' |url=https://www.jstor.org/stable/4619314 |url-access=subscription |work=Journal of Modern Literature |volume=30 |issue=1 |pages=78–90 |access-date=2020-10-05 |ref=harv }} Excerpt from incomplete authorized biography.
{{cite thesis |last=Meloy |first=Michael |date=2007 |title=Sex Fiends of the Fifties: Intersections of Violence, Sexuality, and Masculinity in the Work of Norman Mailer, William Styron, and Ken Kesey |type=Diss. U of South Carolina |chapter= |publisher=Ann Arbor: UMI |docket=AAT 3280339 |oclc= |url= |access-date= }}
{{cite journal |last=Middlebrook |first=Jonathan |date=2007 |title=Five Notes toward a Reassessment of Norman Mailer |url=https://prmlr.us/mr07midd |work=Mailer Review |volume=1 |issue=1 |pages=179–83 |access-date=2020-10-05 |ref=harv }}
{{cite journal |last=Partridge |first=Jeffrey F. L. |date=2007 |title=''The Gospel According to the Son and Christian Belief'' |url=https://www.jstor.org/stable/4619313 |url-access=subscription |work=Journal of Modern Literature |volume=30 |issue=1 |pages=64–77 |access-date=2020-10-05 |ref=harv }}
{{cite journal |last=Petigny |first=Alan |date=2007 |title=Norman Mailer,‘The White Negro,’ and New Conceptions of the Self in Postwar America |url=https://prmlr.us/mr07peti |work=Mailer Review |volume=1 |issue=1 |pages=184–93 |access-date=2020-10-05 |ref=harv }}
{{cite journal |last=Rampton |first=David |date=2007 |title=Plexed Artistry: The Formal Case for Mailer’s ''Harlot’s Ghost'' |url=https://www.jstor.org/stable/4619312 |url-access=subscription |work=Journal of Modern Literature |volume=30 |issue=1 |pages=47–63 |access-date=2020-10-05 |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Rollyson |first=Carl |title=Mailer’s Other Career |url=https://www.villagevoice.com/2007/07/10/norman-mailers-other-career/ |work=Village Voice |issue=52.29 |date=July 18, 2007 |page=68 |access-date=2020-10-05 |ref=harv }} On the occasion of the New York exhibit, “The Mistress and the Muse: The Films of Norman Mailer.”
{{cite magazine |last=Rose |first=Daniel Asa |date=February 5, 2007 |title=Advertisements for a Gay Self |url=https://nymag.com/news/intelligencer/26999/ |magazine=New York |volume=40 |issue=4 |page=9 |access-date=2020-10-05 |ref=harv }} Brief comment praising Mailer’s treatment of homosexuality in ''The Castle in the Forest''.
{{cite journal |last=Ryan |first=James Emmett |date=2007 |title=‘Insatiable as Good Old America’: ''Tough Guys Don’t Dance'' and Popular Criminality |url=https://www.jstor.org/stable/4619309 |url-access=subscription |work=Journal of Modern Literature |volume=30 |issue=1 |pages=17–22 |access-date=2020-10-05 |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Scott |first=A. O. |title=Norman Mailer Unbound |url=https://www.nytimes.com/2007/07/20/movies/20norm.html |work=Village Voice |edition=late final |location=east coast |page=E1 |date=July 20, 2007 |access-date=2020-10-05 |ref=harv }} Discusses/reviews Mailer’s films in anticipation of a screening at Lincoln Center.
{{cite thesis |last=Severs |first=Jeffrey Frank |date=2007 |title=Reinventing Totalitarianism in the Postwar American Novel |type=Diss. Harvard U, 2007 |chapter= |publisher=Ann Arbor: UMI |docket=AAT 3265089 }}
{{cite journal |last=Severs |first=Jeffrey |author-mask=1 |title=The Untold Story behind ''The Executioner’s Song'': A Conversation with Lawrence Schiller |url=https://prmlr.us/mr07seve |journal=The Mailer Review |volume=1 |issue=1 |date=2007 |pages=81–117 |access-date=2020-10-06 |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |author=<!--PageSix.com Staff--> |date=January 17, 2007 |title=Sex-Mad Mailer Enraged Rival |url=https://pagesix.com/2007/01/25/sex-mad-mailer-enraged-rival/ |work=New York Post |location=Page Six |page=12 |access-date=2020-10-01 |ref=harv }} Article discussing Ralph Ellison’s attitude toward Mailer, according to Ellison’s biographer.
{{cite magazine |last=Singer |first=Mark |date=May 21, 2007 |title=Tough Guy |url=https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2007/05/21/tough-guy-2 |magazine=The New Yorker |issue=83.13 |page=30 |access-date=2020-10-06 |ref=harv }} Reports on the reminiscences of Mailer and his original cast at the twentieth reunion of ''Tough Guys Don’t Dance''.
{{cite journal |last=Snyder |first=Michael |title=Crises of Masculinity: Homosocial Desire and Homosexual Panic in the Critical Cold War Narratives of Mailer and Coover |url=https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.3200/CRIT.48.3.250-277?journalCode=vcrt20 |url-access=subscription |journal=Critique |volume=48 |issue=3 |date=2007 |pages=250–278 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite journal |last=Solomon |first=Barbara Probst |title=Mailer’s Choice |url=https://prmlr.us/mr07solo |journal=The Mailer Review |volume=1 |issue=1 |date=2007 |pages=223–228 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Walker |first=Kevin |date=February 12, 2007 |title=Bull’s-Eye |url= |work=Tampa Tribune |location=Baylife |page=1 |access-date= |ref=harv }} Discusses Mailer’s 2004 visit to USF and the recent launch of the ''Mailer Review'' out of USF’s English department.
{{cite journal |last=Wasserman |first=Barbara |title=Growing Up with Mailer |url=https://prmlr.us/mr07wass |journal=The Mailer Review |volume=1 |issue=1 |date=2007 |pages=176–178 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite journal |last=Whelan-Bridge |first=John |title=The Karma of Words: Mailer since ''Executioner’s Song'' |url=https://www.jstor.org/stable/4619308?seq=1 |url-access=subscription |journal=Journal of Modern Literature |volume=30 |issue=1 |date=2007 |pages=1–16 |access-date=2020-10-09 |ref=harv }}
{{cite journal |last=Wieseltier |first=Leon |title=Smirks |url= |journal=New Republic |volume=237 |issue=9 |date=November 5, 2007 |page=56 |access-date= |ref=harv }} Musings on religion and popular culture which begin with a passage from and comments about ''On God''.
{{cite thesis |last=Wilson |first=Andrew J. |date=2007 |title=Norman Mailer: An American Aesthetic |type=Dissertation University of Essex |chapter= |publisher=Ann Arbor: UMI |oclc= |url= |access-date= |ref=harv }} AAT C828492.
{{cite thesis |last=Wright |first=Geoffrey A. |date=2007 |title=On Foreign Soil: Geographies of Experience in American Combat Narratives |type=Dissertation University of Tulsa |chapter= |publisher=Ann Arbor: UMI |docket= |oclc= |url= |access-date= |ref=harv }} ATT 3255379.
{{cite journal |last=Zirakzadeh |first=Cyrus Ernesto |title=Political Prophecy in Contemporary American Literature: The Left-Conservative Vision of Norman Mailer |url=https://www.jstor.org/stable/20452931?seq=1 |url-access=subscription |journal=Review of Politics |volume=69 |issue=4 |date=2007 |pages=625–649 |access-date=2020-10-09 |ref=harv }}
====Book Reviews====
=====Reviews of ''The Castle in the Forest''=====
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{{cite magazine |last=Abell |first=Stephen |date=February 16, 2007 |title=The Anality of Evil |url= |magazine=TLS: Times Literary Supplement |pages=21–22 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Allen |first=Bruce |date=January 28, 2007 |title=Mailer Asks: Who Made Hitler? |url= |work=News & Observer |edition=final |page=G5 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Allington |first=Patrick |date=May 12, 2007 |title=Devil’s Disciple |url= |work=Advertiser |location=Australia |edition=state |page=W10 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Amidon |first=Stephen |date=February 4, 2007 |title=Portrait of a Monster |url=https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/portrait-of-a-monster-nr77qrvvxqg |url-access=subscription |work=Sunday Times |location=London |page=54 |access-date=2020-10-03 |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Anderson |first=Don |date=April 7, 2007 |title=Devil of a Time |url= |work=Weekend Australian |edition=Qld Review |page=10 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite journal |last=Anshen |first=D. |title=An Enigmatic Development |url=https://muse.jhu.edu/article/485260/pdf |url-access=subscription |journal=American Book Review |volume=28 |issue=6 |date=September 2007 |page=18 |access-date=2020-10-03 |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Arditti |first=Michael |date=February 16, 2007 |title=New Fiction |url= |work=Daily Mailer |location=London |edition=first |page=72 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Bainbridge |first=Beryl |date=February 10, 2007 |title=Devil’s Plaything: Norman Mailer has Produced an Electrifying Inquiry into the Nature of Evil |url=https://www.theguardian.com/books/2007/feb/10/fiction.berylbainbridge |work=The Guardian |location=London |edition=final |page=16 |access-date=2020-10-05 |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Bancroft |first=Colette |date=February 4, 2007 |title=Hitler: the Intimacy of Evil |url=https://www.tampabay.com/archive/2007/02/04/hitler-the-intimacy-of-evil/ |work=St. Petersburg Times |location=Florida |page=10L |access-date=2020-10-05 |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Barron |first=John |date=January 21, 2007 |title=The Devil Made Hitler Do It, According to Norman Mailer |url=http://www.pressreader.com/usa/chicago-sun-times/20070121/283407712255383 |work=Chicago Sun-Times |edition=final |page=B12 |access-date=2020-10-05 |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Bate |first=Jonathan |date=February 11, 2007 |title=Fiction: Jonathan Bate is Dismayed by Norman Mailer’s Account of Hitler in Short Trousers |url= |work=Sunday Telegraph |location=London |edition=sec. Seven |page=41 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Battersby |first=Eileen |date=February 10, 2007 |title=Young Hitler Defeats Mailer |url=https://www.irishtimes.com/news/young-hitler-defeats-mailer-1.1194613 |work=Irish Times |edition=Weekend |page=11 |access-date=2020-10-05 |ref=harv }}
{{cite journal |last=Begiebing |first=Robert J. |title=Castle Mailer |url=https://promlr.us/mr07begi |journal=The Mailer Review |volume=1 |issue=1 |date=2007 |pages=215–22 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Boyagoda |first=Randy |date=January 27, 2007 |title=Mailer on Hitler Still No Moby-Dick |url=https://www.theglobeandmail.com/arts/mailer-on-hitler-still-no-moby-dick/article721277/ |work=The Globe and Mail |location=Canada |page=D6 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Boyd |first=William |date=January 21, 2007 |title=Hitler Youth |url= |work=Washington Post |edition=final |page=T07 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Boyd |first=William |author-mask=1 |date=January 21, 2007 |title=Mailer Takes on a Juvenile Hitler |url= |work= |location=St. Louis Post-Dispatch |edition=fourth |page=F8 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Brown |first=Phil |date=April 18, 2007 |title=Books |url= |work=Brisbane News |location=Australia |page=28 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Cartwright |first=Justin |date=February 3, 2007 |title=The Devil's Work |url=https://www.theguardian.com/books/2007/feb/03/featuresreviews.guardianreview1 |work=Guardian |location=London | edition=final | page=03 |access-date=2020-10-06 |ref=harv }}
{{cite magazine |last=Chancellor |first=Jennifer |date=February 11, 2007 |title=Norman Mailer Turns his ‘Creative Nonfiction’ Form Loose on Hitler |url= |work=Tulsa World | edition=final | page=H7 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Coale |first=Sam |date=January 28, 2007 |title=Mailer's Hitler a Troubled Blank |url= |work=Providence Journal | location=Rhode Island | page=I11 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite magazine |last=Coetzee |first=J.M. |date=February 15, 2007 |title=Portrait of the Monster as a Young Artist |url=https://www.nybooks.com/articles/2007/02/15/portrait-of-the-monster-as-a-young-artist/ |url-access=subscription |work=New York Review of Books | edition=54.2 | page=8 |access-date=2020-10-06 |ref=harv }}
{{cite magazine |last=Cohen |first=Joshua |date=February 2, 2007 |title=Early Hitler, Late Mailer |url=https://forward.com/culture/9976/early-hitler-late-mailer/ |work=Forward | edition=2 | page=B2 |access-date=2020-10-06 |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Craven |first=Peter |date=April 7, 2007 |title=American Bull in a  Pig Sty |url= |work=Age | location=Melbourne | page=A2:21 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Cryer |first=Dan |date=January 21, 2007 |title=Mailer's Hitler Novel Makes Satan a Snooze |url= |work=Atlanta Journal-Constitution |location= |page=L5 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Davis |first=Duane |date=January 19, 2007 |title=Devil in the Details |url= |work=Rocky Mountain News |location=Denver, CO |page=23D |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Driscoll |first=Ian |date=February 11, 2007 |title=Sympathy for the Devil |url=https://www.scmp.com/article/581595/sympathy-devil |work=South China Morning Post |location= |page=1 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Eichenberger |first=Bill |date=January 21, 2007 |title=Satan's Little Helper |url= |work=Columbus Dispatch |location=Ohio |page=07D |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Eyman |first=Scott |date=January 28, 2007 |title=A Devil of a Time |url= |work=Palm Beach Post |location=Florida |page=8J |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Fitterman |first=Lisa |date=January 27, 2007 |title=The Origins of Evil: Hitler Defies Mailer's Intriguing Theme |url= |work=Gazette |location=Montreal |page=J8 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Foley |first=Dylan |date=January 28, 2007 |title=Hitler's Youth |url=https://www.denverpost.com/2007/01/25/norman-mailer-tackles-hitlers-youth/ |work=Denver Post |location= |page=F13 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite magazine |last=Franklin |first=Ruth |date=February 19, 2007 |title=The Prisoner of Sex |url=https://newrepublic.com/article/63524/the-prisoner-sex |work=New Republic |edition=236 |location= |page=26-29 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Freeman |first=John |date=January 20, 2007 |title=Devil's Advocate |url= |work=National Post |location=Canada |page=WP5 |access-date= |ref=harv }} Versions of this article appear elsewhere under different headlines.
{{cite news |last=Galer |first=Kit |date=April 7, 2007 |title=Hitler Was Devil's Work |url= |work=Herald-Sun |location=Australia |page=W25 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite magazine |last=Gates |first=David |date=January 15, 2007 |title=The Devil Wears Swastikas |url=https://www.newsweek.com/devil-wears-swastikas-98903 |work=Newsweek |edition=149.3 |location=US |page=66 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Gathman |first=Roger |date=January 21, 2007 |title=Why Are We in Nazi Germany |url= |work=Austin American-Statesman |location= |page=J05 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite magazine |last=Griffiths |first=Paul Y. |date=May 4, 2007 |title=Diabolical Conception |url=https://www.commonwealmagazine.org/diabolical-conception |work=Commonweal |edition=134.9 |location= |page=24-26 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite magazine |last=Gross |first=J |date=March 3, 2007 |title=Young Adolf |url= |work=Commentary |edition=123.3 |location= |page=59-63 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Hansen |first=Ron |date=January 21, 2007 |title=Monster House |url=https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-2007-jan-21-bk-hansen21-story.html |work=Los Angeles Times |location= |page=R3 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Hinckley |first=David |date=January 21, 2007 |title=Young Adolf |url=https://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/young-adolf-mailer-surreal-forest-hitler-sprout-nurtured-satan-article-1.263259 |work=Daily News |location=New York |page=20 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite journal |author=<!--None stated--> |title=His Perfect Sense of the Other |url=https://newcriterion.com/issues/2007/2/ldquohis-perfect-sense-of-the-otherrdquo |journal=New Criterion |volume=25 |issue=6 |date=February 2007 |pages=1–2 |access-date=2020-10-01 |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Hoover |first=Bob |date=January 21, 2007 |title=Playtime for Hitler |url= |work=Pittsburgh Post-Gazette |location= |page=F7 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Horton |first=Marc |date=January 28, 2007 |title=The New Buzz on Hitler |url=https://www.pressreader.com/canada/edmonton-journal/20070128/282845071542065 |work=Edmonton Journal |location=Alberta |page=E12 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Indiana |first=Gary |date=January 23, 2007 |title= The Devil You Know, The Devil You Don't |url=https://www.villagevoice.com/2007/01/23/the-devil-you-know-the-devil-you-dont/ |work=Village Voice |location= |page= |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Kennedy |first=Douglas |date=February 10, 2007 |title=At Home with Young Hitler |url= |work=Times |location=London |page=5 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Kennedy |first=Mark |date=January 25, 2007 |title=Norman Mailer Plays Devil's Advocate in his Portrait of Adolf Hitler's Childhood |url=https://www.tuscaloosanews.com/article/DA/20070126/News/606100797/TL |work=Associated Press |location= |page= |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Lewis |first=Roger |date=February 25, 2007 |title=Harrowing Vision of Hitler's Youth |url= |work=Sunday Express |location= |page=70 |access-date=|ref=harv }}
{{cite magazine |author=<!--None stated--> |date=January 20, 2007 |title=Little Hitler |url=https://www.economist.com/books-and-arts/2007/01/18/little-hitler |magazine=Economist |location=Books & Arts |page=92 |access-date=2020-10-03 |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Mabe |first=Chauncey |date=February 10, 2007 |title=Richly Imagined Genesis of Evil with Some Help from the Devil |url= |work=Salt Lake Tribune |location= |page= |access-date= |ref=harv }} A version of this article also appears in the ''Record'' under a different title.
{{cite news |author=<!--None stated--> |date=August 8, 2007 |title=Mailer Brings out the Devil in Hitler |url= |work=Times |location=London |page=21 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Mallon |first=Thomas |date=January 20, 2007 |title=Portrait of a Young Dictator |url= |work=Wall Street Journal |location= |page=P1+ |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Marchand |first=Philip |date=January 28, 2007 |title=The Most Mysterious |url=https://www.thestar.com/entertainment/2007/01/28/the_most_mysterious.html |work=Toronto Star |location= |page=D05 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Mars-Jones |first=Adam |date=March 11, 2007 |title=When a Master Addresses a Monster |url= |work=Observer |location=England |page=22 |access-date= |ref=harv }} A version of this article also appears in the ''Sunday Independent'' (Ireland) under a different headline.
{{cite news |last=Maslin |first=Janet |date=January 19, 2007 |title=Putting Hitler on the Couch, and Finding Bees |url=https://www.nytimes.com/2007/01/19/books/19book.html |work=New York Times |location= |page=E2+ |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Massie |first=Allan |date=February 17, 2007 |title=The Devil in Young Adolf |url= |work=Scotsman |location= |page=16 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Matthews |first=Charles |date=January 21, 2007 |title=The Devil's in the Details |url= |work=Houston Chronicle |location= |page=19 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=McCrum |first=Robert |date=February 4, 2007 |title=Alpha Mailer |url=https://www.theguardian.com/books/2007/feb/04/fiction.features |work=Observer |location=England |page=14+ |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=McLemee |first=Scott |date=January 28, 2007 |title=The Root of All Hitler's Evil |url= |work=Newsday |location=New York |page=C27 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=McMillan |first=Alister |date=May 13, 2007 |title=The Castle in the Forest |url=https://www.scmp.com/article/592591/castle-forest
|work=South China Morning Post |location= |page=5 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Mickums |first=Vicki |date=January 21, 2007 |title=Devil is in Details of Hitler's Life |url= |work=Dayton Daily |location= |page=D12 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Miller |first=Gregory |date=January 28, 2007 |title=The Executioner's Song |url= |work=San Diego Union-Tribune |location= |page=1 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Minzesheimer |first=Bob |date=January 15, 2007 |title=Mailer plays devil's advocate |url= |work=USA Today |location= |page=1D |access-date= |ref=harv }} Versions of this article also appear elsewhere under different headlines.
{{cite news |last=Nesvisky |first=Matt |date=April 2, 2007 |title=Young Hitler as a Satanic Puppet |url= |work=Jerusalem Report |location= |page=69 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |author=<!--None stated--> |date=January 27, 2007 |title=Norman Mailer Digs into Hitler’s Childhood |url=https://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=7040474 |work=Weekend Edition: All Things Considered |location=NPR |access-date=2020-10-03 |ref=harv }}
{{cite magazine |author=<!--None stated--> |date=January 27, 2007 |title=Norman Mailer Writes a Novel about Adolf Hitler’s Childhood |url= |magazine=Gleaner |location=New Brunswick |pages=C4 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Novick |first=Abe |date=January 26, 2007 |title=Fuhrer Explorer |url= |work=Baltimore Jewish Times |location= |page=51 |access-date= |ref=harv }} A version of this review also appears in a later issue of the same publication.
{{cite news |last=Parker |first=James |date=January 21, 2007 |title=Old Devil |url=http://archive.boston.com/news/globe/ideas/articles/2007/01/21/old_devil/ |work=Boston Globe |location= |page=F2 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite magazine |last=Poole |first=Steven |date=February 19, 2007 |title=Sympathy for the Devil |url=https://www.newstatesman.com/books/2007/02/norman-mailer-hitler-novel |work=New Statesman |edition=136.4830 |location= |page=54-55 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite journal |last=Ricks |first=Christopher |title=The Devil Only Knows |url=https://projectmailer.net/pm/07.10 |journal=Mailer Review |volume=1.1 |issue= |date=Fall 2007 |page=206-14 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Rollyson |first=Carl |date=January 17, 2007 |title=Mailer:Lost in the Forest in Search of Adolf Hitler |url=https://www.nysun.com/arts/mailer-lost-in-the-forest-in-search-of-adolf/46822/ |work=New York Sun |location= |page=1 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Romano |first=Carlin |date=January 21, 2007 |title=Who Needs Another Book on Hitler? Even One by Mailer? |url=https://www.ksl.com/article/829009/who-needs-another-book-on-hitler-even-one-by-norman-mailer |work=Philadelphia Enquirer |location= |page=H01 |access-date= |ref=harv }} A version of this article also appears in the ''Courier Mail'' (Australia) under a different headline.
{{cite magazine |last=Ross |first=Allen |date=November 16, 2007 |title=Then and Now |url= |magazine=TLS: Times Literary Supplement |page=16 |access-date= |ref=harv }} Partial reprint of May 20, 1949 review of The Naked and the Dead.
{{cite news |last=Salutin |first=Rick |date=February 2, 2007 |title=Enough with the Evil |url= |work=Globe and Mail |location=Canada |page=A19 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite journal |last=Santoro |first=Gene |title=Did the Devil Make Hitler Do It? |url= |journal=World War II |volume=22 |issue=2 |date=May 2007 |pages=74 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Seligman |first=Craig |date=January 27, 2007 |title=Mailer Paints Hitler as Evil Spawn of Hate |url= |work=Windsor Star |edition=final |location=Ontario |page=G8 |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Selway |first=Jennifer |date=February 16, 2007 |title=No Rewards in Mailer’s Devil of a Work on Hitler |url= |work=Express |edition=UK first |page=50 |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Shechner |first=Mark |date=January 21, 2007 |title=Sympathy for the Devil: A Fictional Portrait |url= |work=Buffalo News |edition=final |page=G4 |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Shriver |first=Lionel |date=February 10, 2007 |title=Downfall of a Creepy Brat |url=https://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/books/fictionreviews/3663112/Downfall-of-a-creepy-brat.html |url-access=subscription |work=Daily Telegraph |location=London |page=23 |access-date=2020-12-07 |ref=harv }}
{{cite magazine |last=Siegel |first=Lee |date=January 21, 2007 |title=Maestro of the Human Ego |url=https://www.nytimes.com/2007/01/21/books/review/Siegel.t.html |magazine=The New York Times Book Review |pages=1+ |access-date=2020-12-07 |ref=harv }}  A version of this article also appears in the ''International Herald Tribune'' under a different headline.
{{cite news |last=Silman |first=Roberta |date=January 21, 2007 |title=A Legion of Devils and Their Protégé, the Young Hitler, Populate Norman Mailer’s Nonsensical New Novel |url=http://archive.boston.com/ae/books/articles/2007/01/21/armies_of_the_night/ |work=Boston Globe |edition=first |page=F6 |access-date=2020-12-07 |ref=harv }}
{{cite journal |last=Sipiora |first=Phillip |title=Moments of Metaphor in Mailer’s ''Castle'' |url=https://prmlr.us/mr07sipi |journal=The Mailer Review |volume=1 |issue=1 |date=2007 |pages=229–33 |access-date=2020-12-07 |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Sipiora |first=Phillip |author-mask=1 |date=January 28, 2007 |title=Mailer Recounts Hitler’s Youth with Usual Metaphor Mastery |url= |work=Tampa Tribune |edition=final |location=Baylife |page=7 |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Smee |first=Jess |date=January 29, 2007 |title=Mailer’s Young Hitler Novel Angers Germans |url=https://www.theguardian.com/world/2007/jan/29/books.secondworldwar |work=Guardian |location=London |edition=final |page=17 |access-date=2020-12-07 |ref=harv }}
{{cite magazine |last=Sullivan |first=Jane |date=April 28, 2007 |title=Balancing the Monstrous and the Banal |url= |magazine=Age |location=Melbourne |edition=first |pages=30 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Sweeney |first=James F. |date=January 24, 2007 |title=Mailer’s Hitler Novel Mixes Facts with Speculation |url= |work=Newhouse News Service |location=Entertainment |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Swensen |first=Jason |date=February 28, 2007 |title=‘Castle’ Taps Roots of Hitler’s Evil Past |url=https://www.deseret.com/2007/2/18/20002553/castle-taps-roots-of-hitler-s-evil-past |work=Deseret Morning News |location=Salt Lake City |page=E12 |access-date=2020-12-07 |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Swift |first=Daniel |date=February 3, 2007 |title=Devil’s Advocate Satan is an All-too-Real Presence in Norman Mailer’s Odd Life of Hitler |url= |work=London Financial Times |page=30 |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Szichman |first=Mario |date=January 28, 2007 |title=Making of a Monster |url= |work=Charleston Gazette |location= |page=P2F |access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite news |last=Upchurch |first=Michael |date=January 28, 2007 |title=Mailer’s Hitler: A Youth with Diabolical Overtones |url= |work=Seattle Times |edition=fourth |location= |page=K8 |ref=harv }}
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Revision as of 20:03, 30 March 2021

« The Mailer ReviewVolume 13 Number 1 • 2019 »
Written by
Shannon L. Zinck
Note: Much of the following has been incorporated into Norman Mailer: Works and Days.
URL: http://prmlr.us/mr13zin

Primary

Mailer, Norman (March 4, 1968). "Protest" (Letter). Letter to New York Review of Books. 10:5. Copy of letter to Leonid I. Brezhnev, with other signatories.

— (May 9, 1968). "Violence in Oakland" (Letter). Letter to the Editors, New York Review of Books. 10:9. Retrieved 2020-10-01. With other signatories.

— (March 27, 1969). "Protest" (Letter). Letter to New York Review of Books. 12:6. Copy of telegram to Hon. U Thant, with other signatories.

— (June 19, 1969). "The Committee to Defend the Conspiracy" (Letter). Letter to the Editors, New York Review of Books. 12:12. Retrieved 2020-10-01. With other signatories.

— (January 25, 1973). "Ford's Better Idea" (Letter). Letter to the Editors, New York Review of Books. 19:11 & 12. Retrieved 2020-10-01. With other signatories.

— (November 24, 1977). "Words for the Shah" (Letter). Letter to the Editors, New York Review of Books. 24:19. Retrieved 2020-10-01. Open letter to the Prime Minister of Iran, with other signatories.

— (December 7, 1978). "In a Cuban Prison" (Letter). Letter to the Editors, New York Review of Books. 25:19. Retrieved 2020-10-01. With other signatories.

— (October 11, 1984). "The Case of Alexandr Bogolovski" (Letter). Letter to the Editors, New York Review of Books. 31:15. Copy of letter to Mr. A. M. Rekunov, Procurator General of the USSR, with other signatories.

— (August 13, 1986). "Arrests in Poland" (Letter). Letter to the Editors, New York Review of Books. 33.13. Retrieved 2020-10-01. With other signatories.

— (March 15, 1990). "Celebrating Mencken" (Letter). Letter to the Editors, New York Review of Books. 37:4. Retrieved 2020-10-01. With other signatories.

— (February 11, 1993). "An Urgent Appeal from Pen American Center" (Letter). Letter to President Clinton. New York Review of Books. 40:4. Retrieved 2020-10-01. With other signatories.

— (February 15, 1996). "The Case of Wei Jingsheng" (Letter). Letter to to Prime Minister Paul Keating et al. New York Review of Books. 43:3. Retrieved 2020-10-01. With other signatories. An open letter.

— (December 18, 2003). "JFK's Assassination" (Letter). Letter to the Editors, New York Review of Books. 50:20. Retrieved 2020-10-01. With other signatories.

— (November 4, 2004). "The Election and America's Future" (Letter). Letter to the Editors, New York Review of Books. 51:17. Retrieved 2020-10-01. Letter; one of a series solicited by the Editors.

— (August 11, 2005). "Blocked" (Letter). Letter to the Editors, New York Review of Books. 52:13. Retrieved 2020-10-01. As author of Oswald’s Tale, with other signatories.

2007

Primary

Books

Mailer, Norman (2007). The Castle in the Forest. New York: Random House.

—; Lennon, J. Michael (2007). On God: An Uncommon Conversation. New York: Random House.

Book Contributions

Mailer, Norman (2007). "Commentary". Knockout: The Art of Boxing. By Regan, Ken. San Rafael, CA: Insight Editions.

— (2007). Introduction. Marilyn Monroe. By Schiller, Lawrence. Los Angles, CA: East End Editions KLS.

Interviews

Binelli, Mark (May 2007). "Norman Mailer". Rolling Stone. pp. 3–17.

Foley, Dylan (January 28, 2007). "A Portrait of the Devil as a Young Man". Star-Ledger. final ed. p. 6.

Fox, Sue (July 8, 2007). "Even at 84, Norman Mailer Refuses to Pull His Punches". Sunday Express. UK first ed. p. 55. Retrieved 2020-10-01.

Freeman, John (January 20, 2007). "Devilish Motives". Sydney Morning Herald. Australia. p. 30. Retrieved 2020-10-01.

Goldberg, Nan. "Writing with the Devil". Boston Globe. Magazine. p. 15. Retrieved 2020-10-02.

Kirschling, Gregory (January 19, 2007). "Tough Guys Don't Quit". Entertainment Weekly. No. 916. p. 48.

Lee, Michael (Summer 2007). "The Devil in Norman Mailer" (PDF). Literary Review. 50 (4): 202–217. Retrieved 2020-10-01.

Lennon, Michael (October 5, 2007). "The Rise of Mailerism". New York. No. 40.36. pp. 24+. Retrieved 2020-10-02. Mailer discusses On God.

Llewellyn, Caro (March 31, 2007). "The Lion in Winter: Norman Mailer Talks about Writing His First Novel in a Decade". Weekend Australian. pre-prints ed. p. 1.

McCrum, Robert (November 11, 2007). "The Author at Home". The Observer. England.

Miner, Colin (January 22, 2007). "Mailer on Bush, Obama & Writing". New York Sun. p. 15. Retrieved 2020-10-02.

O’Hagan, Andrew (Summer 2007). "The Art of Fiction No. 193, Norman Mailer". The Paris Review. 49 (181): 44+.

— (September 2007). "Get Your Ass off My Pillow". Harper’s Magazine. No. 315.1888. pp. 22–24.

Pierleoni, Allen (February 7, 2007). "Now Age 84...". Sacramento Bee. metro final ed.: TK22.

"Proust Questionnaire: Norman Mailer". Vanity Fair. No. 557. January 2007. p. 166. Retrieved 2020-10-02.

Rose, Daniel Asa (January 21, 2007). "In Conversation ... ; with Norman Mailer". Washington Post. Final ed.: T07. Retrieved 2020-10-01.

Santaro, Gene (May 2007). "The Sound and the Baby Führer". World War II. 22 (2): 23–25. Retrieved 2020-10-02.

Stoffman, Judy (January 28, 2007). "Mailer's Novel Ideas about Hitler". The Toronto Star. p. C04. Retrieved 2020-10-02.

Wollheim, Richard (November 19, 2007). "Living like Heroes". New Statesman. No. 137.4871. p. 62. Retrieved 2020-10-01. Abridged reprint of a 1961 interview promoting Advertisements for Myself.

Secondary

Essays, Articles, Book Chapters, and Dissertations

Bancroft, Collette (October 16, 2007). "A Man of Many Letters". St. Petersburg Times. Florida 1E. A look at Mailer and Mailer scholarship on the occasion of both the publication of On God and the launch of Mailer Review.

Beach, Patrick (December 23, 2007). "Mailer's Memories about to Open at Ransom Center". Austin American-Statesman. final ed. p. J5.

Bennett, Bruce (July 20, 2007). "Mailer at the Movies". New York Sun. p. 11. Retrieved 2020-10-03. Overview of Mailer’s films.

Brokaw, Leslie (September 16, 2007). "HFA Salutes Norman Mailer on Film". Boston Globe (third ed.). p. N11. Retrieved 2020-10-03.

Bufithis, Philip (2007). "The Executioner's Song: A Life Beneath Our Conscience". Mailer Review (1 ed.). 1: 77–79. Retrieved 2020-10-03.

Burns, Paul C. (2007). "Transformation of Biblical Methods and Godhead in Norman Mailer's Gospel". In Jesus in Twentieth-Century Literature, Art, and Movies. New York: Continuum.

Chaiken, Michael (July 2007). "The Master's Mercurial Mistress: How Norman Mailer Courted Chaos 24 Frames per Second". Film Comment. 43 (4): 36–42. Retrieved 2020-10-03.

Crook, Zeba (January 2007). "Fictionalizing Jesus: Story and History in Two Recent Jesus Novels". Journal for the Study of the Historical Jesus. 5 (1): 33–55. Retrieved 2020-10-03.

Dickstein, Morris (2007). "How Mailer Became 'Mailer': The Writer as Private and Public Character". Mailer Review. 1 (1): 118–31. Retrieved 2020-10-03.

Duguid, Scott (2007). "The Addiction of Masculinity: Norman Mailer's Tough Guys Don't Dance and the Cultural Politics of Reaganism". Journal of Modern Literature. 30 (1): 23–30. Retrieved 2020-10-03.

Freeman, John (January 28, 2007). "Writers Remain a Robust Bunch". St. Petersburg Times. Florida. p. B1+. Article about the continued productivity of aging “literary giants” Mailer, Updike, and Roth.

Goldfarb, Reuven (November 20, 2007). "The Jewish Mailer". Jerusalem Post. 14. Retrieved 2020-10-03.

Gottlieb, Akiva (July 20, 2017). "Norman Mailer, Auteur". Forward. p. B1+. Retrieved 2020-10-03. Article on Mailer’s films, on the occasion of the New York exhibit “The Mistress and the Muse: The Films of Norman Mailer.”

Henderson, Cathy; Oram, Richard W.; Schwartzburg, Molly; Hardy, Molly (2007). "Mailer Takes on America: Images from the Ransom Center Archive". Mailer Review. 1 (1): 141–75. Retrieved 2020-10-03.

Holmes, Constance E.; Lennon, J. Michael (Fall 2007). "Norman Mailer: Supplemental Bibliography through 2006". Mailer Review. 1 (1): 234–60. Retrieved 2020-10-03.

Houpt, Simon (January 27, 2007). "Still a Brawler at Heart". Globe and Mail. Canada. p. R4. Retrieved 2020-10-03.

Howard, Gerald (August 2007). "Mailer Gets Hammered". New York Times Book Review (late ed, final). p. 27. Retrieved 2020-10-03. Essay discussing Mailer’s films, focusing on Maidstone.

Howley, Ashton (2007). "Mailer Again: Heterophobia in Tough Guys Don't Dance". Journal of Modern Literature. 30 (1): 31–46.

James, Clive (2007). Cultural Amnesia: Necessary Memories from History and the Arts. New York: W. W. Norton. pp. 409–413.

J. C. (October 26, 2007). "White Mischief". TLS: Times Literary Supplement: 36. Includes brief mention of Mailer Review.

Junod, Tom (January 2007). "The Last Man Standing". Esquire. Vol. 147 no. 1. pp. 108–133. Retrieved 2020-10-03.

Kachka, Boris (January 15, 2007). "Mr. Tenditious". New York. Vol. 40 no. 2. p. 62. Recaps Mailer’s history of responding negatively—even violently—to criticism.

Kaufmann, Donald L. (Fall 2007). "An American Dream: The Singular Nightmare". Mailer Review. 1 (1): 194–205. Retrieved 2020-10-03.

Kennedy, William (Fall 2007). "Norman Mailer as Occasional Commentator in a Self-Interview and Memoir". Mailer Review. 1 (1): 11–26. Retrieved 2020-10-03.

Kriegel, Leonard (Fall 2007). "Mailer's Hitler: Round One". Sewanee Review. 115 (4): 615–620. Retrieved 2020-10-03.

Lennon, J. Michael (Fall 2007). "Gallery Talk: The Mailer Archive". Mailer Review. 1 (1): 132–40. Retrieved 2020-10-03.

— (2007). "Norman Mailer: Novelist, Journalist, or Historian?". Journal of Modern Literature. 30 (1): 91–103. Retrieved 2020-10-03.

—, ed. (Fall 2007). "'A Series of Tragicomedies': Mailer's Letters on The Deer Park, 1954–55". Mailer Review. 1 (1): 45–79. Retrieved 2020-10-03.

Long, Karen Haymon (November 18, 2007). "Mailer in Review". Tampa Tribune (final ed.). Baylife. p. 1. Discusses the formation of the Mailer Society and the annual conference, focusing on Tampa-area members and the launch of the Mailer Review out of USF.

Lucid, Robert F. (Fall 2007). "[Boston State Hospital: The Summer of 1942]". Mailer Review. 1 (1): 27–33. Retrieved 2020-10-05. Excerpt from incomplete authorized biography.

Masters, Brian (April 19, 2007). "So Are Some People Really Born Evil?". Daily Mail [London] (first ed.). p. 14. Retrieved 2020-10-05. Article discussing The Castle in the Forest in relation to an actual scientific study on evil and genetics.

McDonald, Brian (2007). "Post-Holocaust Theodicy, American Imperialism, and the 'Very Jewish Jesus' of Norman Mailer's The Gospel According to the Son". Journal of Modern Literature. 30 (1): 78–90. Retrieved 2020-10-05. Excerpt from incomplete authorized biography.

Meloy, Michael (2007). Sex Fiends of the Fifties: Intersections of Violence, Sexuality, and Masculinity in the Work of Norman Mailer, William Styron, and Ken Kesey (Diss. U of South Carolina). Ann Arbor: UMI. Docket AAT 3280339.

Middlebrook, Jonathan (2007). "Five Notes toward a Reassessment of Norman Mailer". Mailer Review. 1 (1): 179–83. Retrieved 2020-10-05.

Partridge, Jeffrey F. L. (2007). "The Gospel According to the Son and Christian Belief". Journal of Modern Literature. 30 (1): 64–77. Retrieved 2020-10-05.

Petigny, Alan (2007). "Norman Mailer,'The White Negro,' and New Conceptions of the Self in Postwar America". Mailer Review. 1 (1): 184–93. Retrieved 2020-10-05.

Rampton, David (2007). "Plexed Artistry: The Formal Case for Mailer's Harlot's Ghost". Journal of Modern Literature. 30 (1): 47–63. Retrieved 2020-10-05.

Rollyson, Carl (July 18, 2007). "Mailer's Other Career". Village Voice (52.29). p. 68. Retrieved 2020-10-05. On the occasion of the New York exhibit, “The Mistress and the Muse: The Films of Norman Mailer.”

Rose, Daniel Asa (February 5, 2007). "Advertisements for a Gay Self". New York. Vol. 40 no. 4. p. 9. Retrieved 2020-10-05. Brief comment praising Mailer’s treatment of homosexuality in The Castle in the Forest.

Ryan, James Emmett (2007). "'Insatiable as Good Old America': Tough Guys Don't Dance and Popular Criminality". Journal of Modern Literature. 30 (1): 17–22. Retrieved 2020-10-05.

Scott, A. O. (July 20, 2007). "Norman Mailer Unbound". Village Voice (late final ed.). east coast. p. E1. Retrieved 2020-10-05. Discusses/reviews Mailer’s films in anticipation of a screening at Lincoln Center.

Severs, Jeffrey Frank (2007). Reinventing Totalitarianism in the Postwar American Novel (Diss. Harvard U, 2007). Ann Arbor: UMI. Docket AAT 3265089.

— (2007). "The Untold Story behind The Executioner's Song: A Conversation with Lawrence Schiller". The Mailer Review. 1 (1): 81–117. Retrieved 2020-10-06.

"Sex-Mad Mailer Enraged Rival". New York Post. Page Six. January 17, 2007. p. 12. Retrieved 2020-10-01. Article discussing Ralph Ellison’s attitude toward Mailer, according to Ellison’s biographer.

Singer, Mark (May 21, 2007). "Tough Guy". The New Yorker. No. 83.13. p. 30. Retrieved 2020-10-06. Reports on the reminiscences of Mailer and his original cast at the twentieth reunion of Tough Guys Don’t Dance.

Snyder, Michael (2007). "Crises of Masculinity: Homosocial Desire and Homosexual Panic in the Critical Cold War Narratives of Mailer and Coover". Critique. 48 (3): 250–278.

Solomon, Barbara Probst (2007). "Mailer's Choice". The Mailer Review. 1 (1): 223–228.

Walker, Kevin (February 12, 2007). "Bull's-Eye". Tampa Tribune. Baylife. p. 1. Discusses Mailer’s 2004 visit to USF and the recent launch of the Mailer Review out of USF’s English department.

Wasserman, Barbara (2007). "Growing Up with Mailer". The Mailer Review. 1 (1): 176–178.

Whelan-Bridge, John (2007). "The Karma of Words: Mailer since Executioner's Song". Journal of Modern Literature. 30 (1): 1–16. Retrieved 2020-10-09.

Wieseltier, Leon (November 5, 2007). "Smirks". New Republic. 237 (9): 56. Musings on religion and popular culture which begin with a passage from and comments about On God.

Wilson, Andrew J. (2007). Norman Mailer: An American Aesthetic (Dissertation University of Essex). Ann Arbor: UMI. AAT C828492.

Wright, Geoffrey A. (2007). On Foreign Soil: Geographies of Experience in American Combat Narratives (Dissertation University of Tulsa). Ann Arbor: UMI. ATT 3255379.

Zirakzadeh, Cyrus Ernesto (2007). "Political Prophecy in Contemporary American Literature: The Left-Conservative Vision of Norman Mailer". Review of Politics. 69 (4): 625–649. Retrieved 2020-10-09.

Book Reviews

Reviews of The Castle in the Forest

Abell, Stephen (February 16, 2007). "The Anality of Evil". TLS: Times Literary Supplement. pp. 21–22.

Allen, Bruce (January 28, 2007). "Mailer Asks: Who Made Hitler?". News & Observer (final ed.). p. G5.

Allington, Patrick (May 12, 2007). "Devil's Disciple". Advertiser (state ed.). Australia. p. W10.

Amidon, Stephen (February 4, 2007). "Portrait of a Monster". Sunday Times. London. p. 54. Retrieved 2020-10-03.

Anderson, Don (April 7, 2007). "Devil of a Time". Weekend Australian (Qld Review ed.). p. 10.

Anshen, D. (September 2007). "An Enigmatic Development". American Book Review. 28 (6): 18. Retrieved 2020-10-03.

Arditti, Michael (February 16, 2007). "New Fiction". Daily Mailer (first ed.). London. p. 72.

Bainbridge, Beryl (February 10, 2007). "Devil's Plaything: Norman Mailer has Produced an Electrifying Inquiry into the Nature of Evil". The Guardian (final ed.). London. p. 16. Retrieved 2020-10-05.

Bancroft, Colette (February 4, 2007). "Hitler: the Intimacy of Evil". St. Petersburg Times. Florida. p. 10L. Retrieved 2020-10-05.

Barron, John (January 21, 2007). "The Devil Made Hitler Do It, According to Norman Mailer". Chicago Sun-Times (final ed.). p. B12. Retrieved 2020-10-05.

Bate, Jonathan (February 11, 2007). "Fiction: Jonathan Bate is Dismayed by Norman Mailer's Account of Hitler in Short Trousers". Sunday Telegraph (sec. Seven ed.). London. p. 41.

Battersby, Eileen (February 10, 2007). "Young Hitler Defeats Mailer". Irish Times (Weekend ed.). p. 11. Retrieved 2020-10-05.

Begiebing, Robert J. (2007). "Castle Mailer". The Mailer Review. 1 (1): 215–22.

Boyagoda, Randy (January 27, 2007). "Mailer on Hitler Still No Moby-Dick". The Globe and Mail. Canada. p. D6.

Boyd, William (January 21, 2007). "Hitler Youth". Washington Post (final ed.). p. T07.

— (January 21, 2007). "Mailer Takes on a Juvenile Hitler" (fourth ed.). St. Louis Post-Dispatch. p. F8.

Brown, Phil (April 18, 2007). "Books". Brisbane News. Australia. p. 28.

Cartwright, Justin (February 3, 2007). "The Devil's Work". Guardian (final ed.). London. p. 03. Retrieved 2020-10-06.

Chancellor, Jennifer (February 11, 2007). "Norman Mailer Turns his 'Creative Nonfiction' Form Loose on Hitler". Tulsa World (final ed.). p. H7.

Coale, Sam (January 28, 2007). "Mailer's Hitler a Troubled Blank". Providence Journal. Rhode Island. p. I11.

Coetzee, J.M. (February 15, 2007). "Portrait of the Monster as a Young Artist". New York Review of Books (54.2 ed.). p. 8. Retrieved 2020-10-06.

Cohen, Joshua (February 2, 2007). "Early Hitler, Late Mailer". Forward (2 ed.). p. B2. Retrieved 2020-10-06.

Craven, Peter (April 7, 2007). "American Bull in a Pig Sty". Age. Melbourne. p. A2:21.

Cryer, Dan (January 21, 2007). "Mailer's Hitler Novel Makes Satan a Snooze". Atlanta Journal-Constitution. p. L5.

Davis, Duane (January 19, 2007). "Devil in the Details". Rocky Mountain News. Denver, CO. p. 23D.

Driscoll, Ian (February 11, 2007). "Sympathy for the Devil". South China Morning Post. p. 1.

Eichenberger, Bill (January 21, 2007). "Satan's Little Helper". Columbus Dispatch. Ohio. p. 07D.

Eyman, Scott (January 28, 2007). "A Devil of a Time". Palm Beach Post. Florida. p. 8J.

Fitterman, Lisa (January 27, 2007). "The Origins of Evil: Hitler Defies Mailer's Intriguing Theme". Gazette. Montreal. p. J8.

Foley, Dylan (January 28, 2007). "Hitler's Youth". Denver Post. p. F13.

Franklin, Ruth (February 19, 2007). "The Prisoner of Sex". New Republic (236 ed.). p. 26-29.

Freeman, John (January 20, 2007). "Devil's Advocate". National Post. Canada. p. WP5. Versions of this article appear elsewhere under different headlines.

Galer, Kit (April 7, 2007). "Hitler Was Devil's Work". Herald-Sun. Australia. p. W25.

Gates, David (January 15, 2007). "The Devil Wears Swastikas". Newsweek (149.3 ed.). US. p. 66.

Gathman, Roger (January 21, 2007). "Why Are We in Nazi Germany". Austin American-Statesman. p. J05.

Griffiths, Paul Y. (May 4, 2007). "Diabolical Conception". Commonweal (134.9 ed.). p. 24-26.

Gross, J (March 3, 2007). "Young Adolf". Commentary (123.3 ed.). p. 59-63.

Hansen, Ron (January 21, 2007). "Monster House". Los Angeles Times. p. R3.

Hinckley, David (January 21, 2007). "Young Adolf". Daily News. New York. p. 20.

"His Perfect Sense of the Other". New Criterion. 25 (6): 1–2. February 2007. Retrieved 2020-10-01.

Hoover, Bob (January 21, 2007). "Playtime for Hitler". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. p. F7.

Horton, Marc (January 28, 2007). "The New Buzz on Hitler". Edmonton Journal. Alberta. p. E12.

Indiana, Gary (January 23, 2007). "The Devil You Know, The Devil You Don't". Village Voice.

Kennedy, Douglas (February 10, 2007). "At Home with Young Hitler". Times. London. p. 5.

Kennedy, Mark (January 25, 2007). "Norman Mailer Plays Devil's Advocate in his Portrait of Adolf Hitler's Childhood". Associated Press.

Lewis, Roger (February 25, 2007). "Harrowing Vision of Hitler's Youth". Sunday Express. p. 70.

"Little Hitler". Economist. Books & Arts. January 20, 2007. p. 92. Retrieved 2020-10-03.

Mabe, Chauncey (February 10, 2007). "Richly Imagined Genesis of Evil with Some Help from the Devil". Salt Lake Tribune. A version of this article also appears in the Record under a different title.

"Mailer Brings out the Devil in Hitler". Times. London. August 8, 2007. p. 21.

Mallon, Thomas (January 20, 2007). "Portrait of a Young Dictator". Wall Street Journal. p. P1+.

Marchand, Philip (January 28, 2007). "The Most Mysterious". Toronto Star. p. D05.

Mars-Jones, Adam (March 11, 2007). "When a Master Addresses a Monster". Observer. England. p. 22. A version of this article also appears in the Sunday Independent (Ireland) under a different headline.

Maslin, Janet (January 19, 2007). "Putting Hitler on the Couch, and Finding Bees". New York Times. p. E2+.

Massie, Allan (February 17, 2007). "The Devil in Young Adolf". Scotsman. p. 16.

Matthews, Charles (January 21, 2007). "The Devil's in the Details". Houston Chronicle. p. 19.

McCrum, Robert (February 4, 2007). "Alpha Mailer". Observer. England. p. 14+.

McLemee, Scott (January 28, 2007). "The Root of All Hitler's Evil". Newsday. New York. p. C27.

McMillan, Alister (May 13, 2007). "The Castle in the Forest". South China Morning Post. p. 5.

Mickums, Vicki (January 21, 2007). "Devil is in Details of Hitler's Life". Dayton Daily. p. D12.

Miller, Gregory (January 28, 2007). "The Executioner's Song". San Diego Union-Tribune. p. 1.

Minzesheimer, Bob (January 15, 2007). "Mailer plays devil's advocate". USA Today. p. 1D. Versions of this article also appear elsewhere under different headlines.

Nesvisky, Matt (April 2, 2007). "Young Hitler as a Satanic Puppet". Jerusalem Report. p. 69.

"Norman Mailer Digs into Hitler's Childhood". Weekend Edition: All Things Considered. NPR. January 27, 2007. Retrieved 2020-10-03.

"Norman Mailer Writes a Novel about Adolf Hitler's Childhood". Gleaner. New Brunswick. January 27, 2007. pp. C4.

Novick, Abe (January 26, 2007). "Fuhrer Explorer". Baltimore Jewish Times. p. 51. A version of this review also appears in a later issue of the same publication.

Parker, James (January 21, 2007). "Old Devil". Boston Globe. p. F2.

Poole, Steven (February 19, 2007). "Sympathy for the Devil". New Statesman (136.4830 ed.). p. 54-55.

Ricks, Christopher (Fall 2007). "The Devil Only Knows". Mailer Review. 1.1: 206-14.

Rollyson, Carl (January 17, 2007). "Mailer:Lost in the Forest in Search of Adolf Hitler". New York Sun. p. 1.

Romano, Carlin (January 21, 2007). "Who Needs Another Book on Hitler? Even One by Mailer?". Philadelphia Enquirer. p. H01. A version of this article also appears in the Courier Mail (Australia) under a different headline.

Ross, Allen (November 16, 2007). "Then and Now". TLS: Times Literary Supplement. p. 16. Partial reprint of May 20, 1949 review of The Naked and the Dead.

Salutin, Rick (February 2, 2007). "Enough with the Evil". Globe and Mail. Canada. p. A19.

Santoro, Gene (May 2007). "Did the Devil Make Hitler Do It?". World War II. 22 (2): 74.

Seligman, Craig (January 27, 2007). "Mailer Paints Hitler as Evil Spawn of Hate". Windsor Star (final ed.). Ontario. p. G8.

Selway, Jennifer (February 16, 2007). "No Rewards in Mailer's Devil of a Work on Hitler". Express (UK first ed.). p. 50.

Shechner, Mark (January 21, 2007). "Sympathy for the Devil: A Fictional Portrait". Buffalo News (final ed.). p. G4.

Shriver, Lionel (February 10, 2007). "Downfall of a Creepy Brat". Daily Telegraph. London. p. 23. Retrieved 2020-12-07.

Siegel, Lee (January 21, 2007). "Maestro of the Human Ego". The New York Times Book Review. pp. 1+. Retrieved 2020-12-07. A version of this article also appears in the International Herald Tribune under a different headline.

Silman, Roberta (January 21, 2007). "A Legion of Devils and Their Protégé, the Young Hitler, Populate Norman Mailer's Nonsensical New Novel". Boston Globe (first ed.). p. F6. Retrieved 2020-12-07.

Sipiora, Phillip (2007). "Moments of Metaphor in Mailer's Castle". The Mailer Review. 1 (1): 229–33. Retrieved 2020-12-07.

— (January 28, 2007). "Mailer Recounts Hitler's Youth with Usual Metaphor Mastery". Tampa Tribune (final ed.). Baylife. p. 7.

Smee, Jess (January 29, 2007). "Mailer's Young Hitler Novel Angers Germans". Guardian (final ed.). London. p. 17. Retrieved 2020-12-07.

Sullivan, Jane (April 28, 2007). "Balancing the Monstrous and the Banal". Age (first ed.). Melbourne. p. 30.

Sweeney, James F. (January 24, 2007). "Mailer's Hitler Novel Mixes Facts with Speculation". Newhouse News Service. Entertainment.

Swensen, Jason (February 28, 2007). "'Castle' Taps Roots of Hitler's Evil Past". Deseret Morning News. Salt Lake City. p. E12. Retrieved 2020-12-07.

Swift, Daniel (February 3, 2007). "Devil's Advocate Satan is an All-too-Real Presence in Norman Mailer's Odd Life of Hitler". London Financial Times. p. 30.

Szichman, Mario (January 28, 2007). "Making of a Monster". Charleston Gazette. p. P2F.

Upchurch, Michael (January 28, 2007). "Mailer's Hitler: A Youth with Diabolical Overtones". Seattle Times (fourth ed.). p. K8.

Weinberger, Eric (February 17, 2007). "Funny Peculiar and Ha-Ha". Spectator. Retrieved 2020-12-07.

Weiss, Philip (January 22, 2007). "Satan, Meet Norman". New York Observer. p. 1. Retrieved 2020-12-07.

Wilhelm, Peter (June 22, 2007). "Fearless Scrutiny of Evil". Financial Mail. South Africa. p. 92.

Willimon, William (May 29, 2007). "The Castle in the Forest: A Novel". Christian Century. 124 (11): 40–41. Retrieved 2020-12-07.

Wolfe, Peter (March 24, 2007). "The Devil to Pay in Young Adolf". Sydney Morning Herald (first ed.). Australia. p. 32.

Wright, David (May 15, 2007). "The Castle in the Forest". Library Journal. 132 (9): 128–130.

Yanofsky, Joel (February 17, 2007). "The Hitlers too much like the Addams Family". National Post (national ed.). Canada. p. WP12.

Yarbrough, Steve (January 21, 2007). "Mailer Explores Nature of Evil via Hitler's Boyhood". Sunday Oregonian (sunrise ed.). p. O17.

Reviews of On God: An Uncommon Conversation

Donahue, Deirdre (November 6, 2007). "On Either Side of the Divine Divide". USA Today. p. D6.

Levin, Martin (October 20, 2007). "Mailer's Maker". Globe and Mail. Canada. p. D21.

Moore, Clayton (October 19, 2007). "God, Faith According to Mailer". Rocky Mountain News. p. 44.

Simon, Jeff (November 11, 2007). "Ruminations on the Almighty". Buffalo News (final ed.). p. F6.

Ulin, David L. (October 16, 2007). "In Mailer's World, God Looks a Lot Like a Novelist". Los Angeles Times. Entertainment. Retrieved 2020-12-07.

Mailer, Norman (2018). "An American Dream". In Lennon, J. Michael. Norman Mailer: Four Books of the 1960s. Library of America. pp. 1–238.

— (2018). "APPENDIX: Preface to the Bantam Paperback edition (May 1964)". In Lennon, J. Michael. Norman Mailer: Collected Essays of the 1960s. Library of America. pp. 446–448.

— (2018). "APPENDIX: Preface to the Berkley Paperback Edition (October 1976)". In Lennon, J. Michael. Norman Mailer: Collected Essays of the 1960s. Library of America. pp. 449–452.

— (2018). "APPENDIX: Preface to The Presidential Papers". In Lennon, J. Michael. Norman Mailer: Collected Essays of the 1960s. Library of America. pp. 435–436.

— (2018). "APPENDIX: A Prefatory Paper – Heroes and Leaders (1963)". In Lennon, J. Michael. Norman Mailer: Collected Essays of the 1960s. Library of America. pp. 437–445.

— (2018). "The Argument Reinvigorated". In Lennon, J. Michael. Norman Mailer: Collected Essays of the 1960s. Library of America. pp. 309–318.

— (2018). "The Armies of the Night". In Lennon, J. Michael. Norman Mailer: Four Books of the 1960s. Library of America. pp. 359–650.

— (2018). "'The Big Bite': April, May, August, 1963". In Lennon, J. Michael. Norman Mailer: Collected Essays of the 1960s. Library of America. pp. 158–170.

— (2018). "'The Big Bite': November and December, 1962; January and March, 1963". In Lennon, J. Michael. Norman Mailer: Collected Essays of the 1960s. Library of America. pp. 69–78.

— (2018). "The Case Against McCarthy: A Review of The Group". In Lennon, J. Michael. Norman Mailer: Collected Essays of the 1960s. Library of America. pp. 216–225.

— (2018). "The Debate with William Buckley: The Real Meaning of the Right Wing in America". In Lennon, J. Michael. Norman Mailer: Collected Essays of the 1960s. Library of America. pp. 79–91.

— (2018). "An Evening with Jackie Kennedy, or, The Wild West of the East". In Lennon, J. Michael. Norman Mailer: Collected Essays of the 1960s. Library of America. pp. 52–68.

— (2018). "Forward to The End of Obscenity". In Lennon, J. Michael. Norman Mailer: Collected Essays of the 1960s. Library of America. pp. 430–434.

— (2018). "A Happy Solution to Vietnam: From a Partisan Review Symposium". In Lennon, J. Michael. Norman Mailer: Collected Essays of the 1960s. Library of America. pp. 293–302.

— (2018). "Homage to El Loco". In Lennon, J. Michael. Norman Mailer: Collected Essays of the 1960s. Library of America. pp. 355–373.

— (2018). "In The Red Light: A History of the Republican Convention in 1964". In Lennon, J. Michael. Norman Mailer: Collected Essays of the 1960s. Library of America. pp. 232–280.

— (2018). "An Instrument for the City". In Lennon, J. Michael. Norman Mailer: Collected Essays of the 1960s. Library of America. pp. 416–429.

— (2018). "Introducing Our Argument". In Lennon, J. Michael. Norman Mailer: Collected Essays of the 1960s. Library of America. pp. 303–308.

— (2018). "The Leading Man: A Review of J.F.K.:The Man and the Myth". In Lennon, J. Michael. Norman Mailer: Collected Essays of the 1960s. Library of America. pp. 208–215.

— (2018). "Looking for the Meat and Potatoes - Thoughts on Black Power". In Lennon, J. Michael. Norman Mailer: Collected Essays of the 1960s. Library of America. pp. 401–415.

— (2018). "Miami and the Siege of Chicago". In Lennon, J. Michael. Norman Mailer: Four Books of the 1960s. Library of America. pp. 651–868.

— (2018). "My Hope for America: A Review of a Book by Lyndon B. Johnson". In Lennon, J. Michael. Norman Mailer: Collected Essays of the 1960s. Library of America. pp. 281–287.

— (2018). "Norman Mailer: The Collected Essays of the 1960s". In Lennon, J. Michael. Norman Mailer: The Sixties. 2. Library of America.

— (2018). "Norman Mailer: Four Books of the 1960s". In Lennon, J. Michael. Norman Mailer: The Sixties. 1. Library of America.

— (2018). Lennon, J. Michael, ed. Norman Mailer: The Sixties. Library of America.

— (2018). "The Notebook (Images)". The Mailer Review. 12 (1): 9–12.

— (2018). "The Notebook". The Mailer Review. 12 (1): 9–12.

— (2018). "An Open Letter to John Fitzgerald Kennedy and Fidel Castro". In Lennon, J. Michael. Norman Mailer: Collected Essays of the 1960s. Library of America. pp. 38–51.

— (2018). "An Open Letter to Richard Nixon". In Lennon, J. Michael. Norman Mailer: Collected Essays of the 1960s. Library of America. pp. 397–400.

— (2018). "Our Argument at Last Presented". In Lennon, J. Michael. Norman Mailer: Collected Essays of the 1960s. Library of America. pp. 319–324.

— (2018). "A Piece for The New York Times". In Lennon, J. Michael. Norman Mailer: Collected Essays of the 1960s. Library of America. pp. 288–292.

— (2018). "The Playwright as Critic". In Lennon, J. Michael. Norman Mailer: Collected Essays of the 1960s. Library of America. pp. 325–247.

— (2018). "Appendix: Preface to Why are We in Vietnam?". In Lennon, J. Michael. Norman Mailer: Four Books of the 1960s. Library of America. pp. 869–874.

— (2018). "Punching Papa: A Review of That Summer in Paris". In Lennon, J. Michael. Norman Mailer: Collected Essays of the 1960s. Library of America. pp. 148–151.

— (2018). "Responses and Reactions II". In Lennon, J. Michael. Norman Mailer: Collected Essays of the 1960s. Library of America. pp. 152–157.

— (2018). "The Saint and the Psychopath". In Lennon, J. Michael. Norman Mailer: Collected Essays of the 1960s. Library of America. pp. 353–354.

— (2018). "The Short Fiction of Norman Mailer". In Lennon, J. Michael. Norman Mailer: Collected Essays of the 1960s. Library of America. pp. 348–352.

— (2018). "Some Children of the Goddess". In Lennon, J. Michael. Norman Mailer: Collected Essays of the 1960s. Library of America. pp. 171–203.

— (2018). "A Statement for Architectural Forum". In Lennon, J. Michael. Norman Mailer: Collected Essays of the 1960s. Library of America. pp. 226–228.

— (2018). "Superman Comes to the Supermarket". In Lennon, J. Michael. Norman Mailer: Collected Essays of the 1960s. Library of America. pp. 3–37.

— (2018). "A Television Show with Nelson Algren". In Lennon, J. Michael. Norman Mailer: Collected Essays of the 1960s. Library of America. pp. 204–207.

— (2018). "Ten Thousand Words a Minute". In Lennon, J. Michael. Norman Mailer: Collected Essays of the 1960s. Library of America. pp. 92–147.

— (2018). "Up the Family Tree". In Lennon, J. Michael. Norman Mailer: Collected Essays of the 1960s. Library of America. pp. 374–396.

— (2018). "A Vote for Bobby K". In Lennon, J. Michael. Norman Mailer: Collected Essays of the 1960s. Library of America. pp. 229–231.

— (2018). "Why are We in Vietnam?". In Lennon, J. Michael. Norman Mailer: Four Books of the 1960s. Library of America. pp. 239–358.

Secondary

Essays, Articles, Book Chapters, Dissertations, and Creative Works

Alexander, Gordon (2018). "Jewish American Literature". In Bronner, Simon. Encyclopedia of American Studies. John Hopkins UP.

Arnold, Amanda (March 2018). "Did Norman Mailer's Official Biographer Forget the Writer Stabbed His Wife?". The Cut. 23.

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Book and Film Reviews

"An Affair to Remember as the Debate Still Rages". Australian. January 10, 2018. Rev. of The Town Hall Affair, dir. by Elizabeth LeCompte.

Armitstead, Claire (2018). "The Town Hall Affair Review — The Day Germaine Greer Took Down Norman Mailer". The Guardian. Retrieved 2021-03-15. Rev. of The Town Hall Affair, dir. by Elizabeth LeCompte.

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