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Norman Mailer: Works and Days
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Writing with the Devil.” Interview by Nan Goldberg. Boston Globe, 4 February. Asked if giving the Devil so much influence over Hitler in The Castle in the Forest (07.10) diminishes his culpability, Mailer said, “I don’t think I changed the equation. What’s important is that there’s an evil force in the world which is huge and immense and in my opinion is probably equal to God. I think they are having an immense and terrible war.”