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“Norman Mailer: Larger than Life.” Article-interview by Jocelyn McClurg. Hartford Courant, 6 October, Sec. G, pp. 1, 6. Like 91.31, this piece is based on a Random House meeting of six reporters and Mailer in late September to discuss 91.26. Asked if Kittredge was a response to his female critics, he says, “I wanted to say to women, ‘Look, if you can’t recognize that I am trying to create a woman who is completely a woman, a woman who can talk to all of you, the hell with it, let’s cease having a dialogue altogether.’” See 91.18.