“Mr. Mailer burst on the scene in 1948 with “The Naked and the Dead,” a partly autobiographical novel about World War II, and for the next six decades he was rarely far from the center stage. He published more than 30 books, including novels, biographies and works of nonfiction, and twice won the Pulitzer Prize: for “The Armies of the Night” (1968), which also won the National Book Award, and “The Executioner’s Song” (1979). He also wrote, directed, and acted in several low-budget movies, helped found The Village Voice and for many years was a regular guest on television talk shows, where he could reliably be counted on to make oracular pronouncements and deliver provocative opinions, sometimes coherently and sometimes not.” -NY Times
Norman Mailer - "Deaths For The Ladies" - The Complete 1963 Prestige Label, High Fidelity LP - "Norman Mailer Reads Norman Mailer - Deaths For The Ladies,New Poems, The Time of Her Time"
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By Rich Buckland • 05/23/2014 09:16 PM