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{{cite magazine |last=Boyd|first=William|date=January 21,2007 |title= Hitler Youth Norman Mailer imagines the family whose complex couplings led to the Final Solution. |url= https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/entertainment/books/2007/01/21/hitler-youth-span-classbankheadnorman-mailer-imagines-the-family-whose-complex-couplings-led-to-the-final-solutionspan/cef357ed-cc57-4f34-b7ae-69dc28bf2b78/ |magazine= Washington post |pages=To7|access-date= |ref=harv }}
{{cite magazine |last=Boyd|first=William|date=January 21,2007 |title= Hitler Youth Norman Mailer imagines the family whose complex couplings led to the Final Solution. |url= https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/entertainment/books/2007/01/21/hitler-youth-span-classbankheadnorman-mailer-imagines-the-family-whose-complex-couplings-led-to-the-final-solutionspan/cef357ed-cc57-4f34-b7ae-69dc28bf2b78/ |magazine= Washington post |pages=To7|access-date= |ref=harv }}
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{{cite magazine |l-ast=Dickstein |first= Morris |date= December 30,2007 |title= The un-generation  |url= |magazine= Los Angeles Times |pages= |access-date=10-8-2020 |ref=harv }} Retrospective comparing the lives and careers of Mailer, Kurt Vonnegut and Grace Paley, who all died in 2007 at the age of 84.

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