Norman Mailer: Works and Days/Bibliography
|Overview||First Editions||Key Critical Texts||Bibliographies||Biographies||Criticism||Cultural Backgrounds|
For an overview, especially those new to Mailer Studies, see the following bibliographies:
There is some unavoidable overlapping between some of the items in this section and “Works” because a number of critical essays and books, as well as memoirs and biographical writings, contain Mailer quotations not found elsewhere. The secondary items refer back to “Works,” but not vice versa. The web of cross-reference may be drawn tighter by users of this project; we have gone as far as seemed useful. Secondary references are divided into four sections:
The volume of reference to Mailer grows, if not exponentially, then constantly and quite rapidly. We are confident that the forthcoming accretions, and the inevitable omissions, will prompt future addenda and corrigenda to this project. We request that you help us with your comments, corrections and discoveries. Have something to share? Contact the editor to participate.
- Reviews and essays of individual books appear in the entries for those books.