95.38

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Portrait of Picasso as a Young Man: An Interpretive Biography. New York: Atlantic Monthly Press, 15 October; London: Little, Brown. 284 illustrations, including 48 color plates, 400 pp., $35.

Dedication: “To Judith McNally; For her insights and her labors large and small that contributed so much to the publication of this work.” Discarded title: “Pablo and Fernande: Portrait of Picasso as a Young Artist.” See 59.8, 61.10, 93.4, 93.5, 94.8, 1995 entries, 96.3.

Bibliography

Reviews

  • Baker, Kenneth (October 15, 1995). "Mailer's 'Picasso' Probes the Link between Genius and Libido". San Francisco Examiner & Chronicle. pp. 1, 6. Retrieved 2019-03-10. Positive.
  • Du Plessix Gray, Francine (October 15, 1995). "Stud Wars". Los Angeles Times Book Review. pp. 1, 15. Retrieved 2019-03-10. Negative.
  • Kakutani, Michiko (September 29, 1995). "Egos and Outlaws: Like Attracts Like". New York Times. C1, 29. Retrieved 2019-03-10.
  • Kimmelman, Michael (October 15, 1995). "Tough Guys Don't Paint". New York Times Book Review. p. 16. Retrieved 2019-03-10. Negative.
  • Lipton, Eunice (November 6, 1995). "Cubism Was a Guy Thing". Nation. pp. 543–544.
  • Lewis, Jim (November 14, 1995). "Dyke Like Me". Village Voice. p. 69. Negative.
  • Shattuck, Roger (January 11, 1996). "Brinksmanship". New York Review of Books. pp. 4–8. Retrieved 2019-03-10.
  • Taylor, Robert (October 25, 1995). "Mailer Conjures a Mailer-Like Picasso". Boston Globe. Positive.

Essays

  • Glenday, Michael K. (2008). "From Monroe to Picasso: Norman Mailer and the Life-Study". Mailer Review. 4 (1): 348–363.
  • Hamill, Pete (November 1995). "Kindred Spirits: Mailer & Picasso". ARTnews. pp. 208–213.
  • Pops, Martin (1997). "Mailer's Picasso: Portrait and Self-Portrait". Salmagundi. 116/117 (fall/winter): 141–159.