Why Are We at War?

Beginning with his debut masterpiece, The Naked and the Dead, Norman Mailer has repeatedly told the truth about war. Why Are We at War? returns Mailer to the gravity of the...

The Naked and the Dead

Hailed as one of the finest novels to come out of the Second World War, The Naked and the Dead received unprecedented critical acclaim upon its publication and has since become...

The Castle In The Forest

A MAJOR NEW NOVEL FROM ONE OF AMERICA'S GREATEST MEN OF LETTERS No career in modern American letters is at once so brilliant, varied, and controversial as that of Norman Mailer....

The Castle in the Forest

The final work of fiction from Norman Mailer, a defining voice of the postwar era, is also one of his most ambitious, taking as its subject the evil of Adolf Hitler. The narrator,...

The Armies of the Night History as a Novel, the Novel as History

The Armies of the Night chronicles the famed October 1967 March on the Pentagon, in which all of the old and new Left-hippies, yuppies, Weathermen, Quakers, Christians, feminists,...

An American Dream

In this wild battering ram of a novel, which was originally published to vast controversy in 1965, Norman Mailer creates a character who might be a fictional precursor of the...

Miami and the Siege of Chicago

1968. The Vietnam War was raging. President Lyndon Johnson, facing a challenge in his own Democratic Party from the maverick antiwar candidate Eugene McCarthy, announced that he...

Advertisements for Myself

Originally published in 1959, Advertisements for Myself is an inventive collection of stories, essays, polemic, meditations, and interviews. It is Mailer at his brilliant,...

Mind of an Outlaw Selected Essays

Norman Mailer was one of the towering figures of twentieth-century American letters and an acknowledged master of the essay. Mind of an Outlaw, the first posthumous publication...

Oswald's Tale An American Mystery

In perhaps his most important literary feat, Norman Mailer fashions an unprecedented portrait of one of the great villains-and enigmas-in United States history. Here is Lee Harvey...

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