Advertisements for myself / Norman Mailer.

New York : Putnam, 1959.

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Standard Title Works. Selections. 1959
Subjects Mailer, Norman.
Description 532 pages ; 22 cm
Copyright Date 1959.
Notes A collection of the author's short stories, articles, and essays, connected by an autobiographical narrative.
Also issued online.
Contents Beginnings. A calculus at heaven -- The greatest thing in the world -- Maybe next year.
Births. The homosexual villain -- Three excerpts from Rinehart and Putnam versions of The deer park -- Two reviews : Time and Newsweek -- Sixty-nine questions and answers -- The Village voice : first three columns -- The Village voice : columns four to seventeen -- A public notice on Waiting for Godot.
Games and ends. It -- Great in the hay -- The patron saint of MacDougal Alley -- A letter to the New York Post -- How to commit murder in the mass-media--A -- How to commit murder in the mass-media--B -- Buddies, or The hole in the summit -- The hip and the square. The list ; Catholic and Protestant ; T-formation and single wing -- A note on comparative pornography -- From surplus value to the mass-media -- Sources : a riddle in psychical economy -- Lament of a lady -- I got two kids and another in the oven -- The deer park (scenes 2, 3, and 4) -- An eye on Picasso -- Evaluations : quick and expensive comments on the talent in the room -- The time of her time -- Dead ends (a long poem) -- Advertisements for myself on the way out.
Hipsters. The white Negro -- Reflections on hip -- Hipster and beatnik -- Hip, hell and the navigator.
Middles. Excerpts from Barbary Shore -- The paper house -- The language of men -- The dead gook -- The notebook -- The man who studied yoga -- Our country and our culture (Partisan review symposium) -- David Riesman reconsidered -- The meaning of western defense.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)181822
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WorldCat Identities Mailer, Norman.
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