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Mind of an outlaw : selected essays

Author: Norman Mailer; Phillip Sipiora
Publisher: New York : Random House, [2013]
Edition/Format:   Book : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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The first posthumous publication from this literary icon, "Mind of an Outlaw" collects Mailer's most important and representative work.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Norman Mailer; Phillip Sipiora
ISBN: 9780812993479 0812993470
OCLC Number: 778424779
Description: xxiv, 624 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: 1940s : A credo for the living --
1950s : Freud ; The homosexual villain ; What I think of artistic freedom ; Raison d'être ; On lies, power, and obscenity ; Nomination of Ernest Hemingway for president, part I ; Nomination of Ernest Hemingway for president, part II ; The white Negro ; From surplus value to the mass media ; Quick evaluations on the talent in the room ; The mind of an outlaw --
1960s : Superman comes to the supermarket ; An evening with Jackie Kennedy ; Suicides of Hemingway and Monroe ; Punching Papa ; Some children of the goddess ; Introducing our argument ; Our argument as last presented ; The crazy one ; Black Power ; Looking for the meat and potatoes-thoughts on Black Power --
1970s : Millett and D.H. Lawrence ; Tango, last tango ; Genius ; Christ, Satan, and the Presidential candidate: a visit to Jimmy Carter in Plains ; Our man at Harvard --
1980s : Before the literary bar ; Until dead: thoughts on capital punishment ; Discovering Jack H. Abbott ; Marilyn Monroe's sexiest tapes and discs ; All the pirates and people ; Huckleberry Finn, alive at one hundred ; The hazards and sources of writing --
1990s : Review of American psycho ; How the wimp won the war ; By heaven inspired ; The best move lies close to the worst ; Clinton and Dole: the war of the oxymorons ; At the point of my pen --
2000s : Social life, literary desires, literary corruption : Review of The corrections ; Gaining an empire, losing democracy? ; The white man unburdened ; Immodest proposals ; The election and America's future ; Comment on the passing of George Plimpton ; On Sartre's God problem ; Myth versus hypothesis.
Other Titles: Essays.
Responsibility: Norman Mailer ; edited by Phillip Sipiora ; introduction by Jonathan Lethem.

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The first posthumous publication from this literary icon, "Mind of an Outlaw" collects Mailer's most important and representative work.

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