The Structured Vision of Norman Mailer/Selected Bibliography

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The Structured Vision of Norman Mailer
  1. The Naked and the Dead
  2. Barbary Shore
  3. The Deer Park
  4. An American Dream
  5. Why Are We in Vietnam?
  6. Deaths for the Ladies and Other Disasters
  7. Advertisements for Myself, The Presidential Papers, and Cannibals and Christians
  8. The Armies of the Night and Miami and the Siege of Chicago
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Works by Norman Mailer

  • Mailer, Norman (1959). Advertisements for Myself. New York: G. P. Putnum's Sons.
  • — (1955). An American Dream. New York: Dial Press.
  • — (1968). The Armies of the Night. New York: The New American Library.
  • — (1951). Barbary Shore. New York: Rinehart and Company, Inc.
  • — (1966). Cannibals and Christians. New York: The Dial Press.
  • — (1962). Deaths for the Ladies and Other Disasters. New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons.
  • — (1955). The Deer Park. New York: G. P. Putnum's Sons.
  • — (1967). The Deer Park: A Play. New York: Dell Publishing Co.
  • — (1968). The Idol and the Octopus. New York: Dell Publishing Co.
  • — (1948). The Naked and the Dead. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston.
  • — (1963). The Presidential Papers. New York: G. P. Putnum's Sons.
  • — (1967). The Short Fiction of Norman Mailer. New York: Dell Publishing Company.
  • — (1958). The White Negro. San Francisco: City Lights Book Shop.
  • — (1967). Why Are We in Vietnam?. New York: G. P. Putnum's Sons.

Secondary Material

  • Aldridge, John W. (February 1968). "From Vietnam to Obscenity". Harper's Magazine. 236.
  • Foster, Richard (1968). Norman Mailer. Pamphlets on American Writers. Minnesota: University of Minnesota.
  • Fremont-Smith, Eliot (September 8, 1967). "Norman Mailer's Cherry Pie". The New York Times. CXVI.
  • Geismar, Maxwell (1966). American Moderns: From Rebellion to Conformity. New York: Hill and Wang.
  • Hicks, Granville (September 16, 1967). "Lark in Race for Presidency". Saturday Review. L.
  • Hux, Samuel Holland (1965). American Myth and Existential Vision: The Indigenous Existentialism of Mailer, Bellow, Styron and Ellison (unpublished doctoral dissertation). University of Connecticut.
  • Kaufmann, Donald Louis (1966). Norman Mailer from 1948 to 1963: The Sixth Mission (unpublished doctoral dissertation). University of Iowa.
  • Kroll, Jack (September 18, 1967). "The Scrambler". Newsweek. LXX.
  • "Mr. Mailer Interviews Himself". The New York Times Book Review. September 16, 1967. pp. 4–5, 40.
  • "Playboy Interview: Norman Mailer". Playboy. January 1968.
  • Scott, James Burton (1964). The Individual and Society: Norman Mailer versus William Styron (unpublished doctoral dissertation). Syracuse University, New York.
  • Sokolov, Raymond A. (December 9, 1968). "Flying High with Mailer". Newsweek.
  • Spicehandler, Daniel (1960). The American War Novel (unpublished doctoral dissertation). Columbia University, New York.
  • Toback, James (December 1968). "At Play in the Fields of the Bored". Esquire.