The Mailer Review/Volume 7, 2013

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The Mailer Review, Volume 7, 2013
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Editorial Staff
EditorPhillip Sipiora
Deputy EditorMichael L. Shuman
Digital Editor,
Gerald R. Lucas
Managing EditorM. Allison Wise
Associate EditorsBrianna Jerman
Shannon L. Zinck
BibliographerShannon L. Zinck
Design EditorJames R. Miller
InternSabrina Grasso
Editorial Board
J. Michael Lennon, Chair of Editorial Board (Wilkes University), Robert J. Begiebing (Southern New Hampshire University), John Whalen-Bridge (National University of Singapore), Philip Bufithis (Shepherd University), Christopher Busa (Founder and Editor of Provincetown Arts Press), Morris Dickstein (Graduate Center, City University of New York), Laura Adams Dunham (Independent Scholar), Michael Glenday (The Open University, United Kingdom), Hunt Hawkins (University of South Florida), Barry H. Leeds (Central Connecticut State University), Deborah Martinson (Occidental College), Michael Millgate (University of Toronto), Christopher Ricks (Boston University), Phillip Sipiora (University of South Florida), Thomas F. Staley (Harry Ransom Center, University of Texas at Austin), Barbara Mailer Wasserman (Memoirist).



Articles and Miscellany

Classic Interpretation

Creative Works

Book Reviews



Figure 1 on page 177 should be labeled:

555 Crown Street, Crown Heights — “This is the apartment building in the middle-class neighborhood of Crown Heights where Mailer grew up. As Mailer writes, ‘I left what part of me belonged to Brooklyn and the Jews on the streets of Crown Heights.

Figure 2 on page 183 should be labeled:

102 Pierrepont Street, Brooklyn Heights — “Arthur Miller and his wife lived below the Mailer family at this address from 1944–1947.”

The Review regrets the error.

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