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Cannibals and Christians.

Author: Norman Mailer
Publisher: New York, Dial Press, 1966.
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Mailer, Norman.
Cannibals and Christians.
New York, Dial Press, 1966
(OCoLC)563648715
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Norman Mailer
OCLC Number: 289271
Notes: Essays, poems, and a dialogue.
Description: xvi, 400 pages illustrations 24 cm
Contents: pt. 1. Lambs: 1. Introducing our argument: In the red light: a history of the Republican convention in 1964 --
2. Our argument picturesquely continued: My hope for America: a review of a book by Lyndon B. Johnson --
3. The argument most soberly continued: A vote for Bobby K. ; Lindsay and the city --
4. Our argument is abruptly advanced: A speech at Berkeley on Vietnam Day ; A happy solution to Vietnam: from a Partisan Review symposium --
5. The argument now mildly illumined --
pt. 2. Lions: 6. The argument reinvigorated: Some children of the goddess ; The executioner's song: a poem ; The case against McCarthy: a review of The group ; Witches and warlocks: poems and short hairs ; Punching Papa: a review of That summer in Paris ; Wake: short hairs ; The leading man: a review of J.F.K.: the man and the myth --
7. The line of argument noted --
pt. 3. Respites: 8. The line of argument further noted: A television show with Nelson Algren ; Boites and bruisers: poems and short hairs --
9. Our argument somewhat continued: Petty notes on some sex in America ; Petty poems on some sex in America ; The art of fiction: a Paris Review interview --
10. Our argument all but discontinued: The killer: a story ; Ministers of taste: a story --
11. Our argument advertised once more: Architectural excerpts: a piece for The New York Times; a statement for architectural forum seminars: a poem --
pt. 4. Arena: 12. Our argument fully resumed: The first day's interview --
13. A note of apology to the first day's interview as a way of preparation for what follows: The metaphysics of the belly ; Breadlines: poems and short hairs --
14. Our argument at last presented: The political economy of time --
15. The argument all but concluded: Responses and reactions --
16. A note of modest conclusion: The last night: a story ; In the Jardin exotique of Eze: a poem.

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