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Literary Warriors

Masculinity, toughness, fantasy women, violence, war, boxing, guns – these are the themes that unite two of the 20th Century’s greatest writers, Norman Mailer and Ernest Hemingway. The latest issue of The Mailer Review, Vol. 4, No. 1, a publication of the University of South Florida and the Norman Mailer Society, puts them on the […]

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Call for Papers: Review Issue 4

Norman Mailer / Ernest Hemingway Call for Papers: 2010 The Mailer Review is calling for papers on “Norman Mailer / Ernest Hemingway,” a special emphasis in the fourth volume of the Review (Fall 2010) will be devoted to this topic. Papers dealing with any aspect of Hemingway-Mailer are encouraged. We are also interested in essays that […]

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75 Books…

From Esquire, via Collected Miscellany, comes “75 Books Every Man Should Read.” It lists Mailer’s The Naked and the Dead as #25 (I might have scored it higher than some of those above it) — in the company of Hemingway, Fitzgerald, DeLillo, Melville, Dostoyevsky, Tolstoy, Faulkner, and Roth. This is, indeed, a man’s list — […]

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