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Mailer in 1948
Books52
Novels12
Stories25
Collections15
Interviews3
Nonfiction Narratives13
References and footnotes


This Norman Mailer bibliography lists major books[a] by and about Mailer (January 31, 1923 – November 10, 2007), an American novelist, new journalist, essayist, public intellectual, filmmaker, and biographer. Over a fifty-nine-year period, Mailer won two Pulitzer Prizes and had eleven books spend a total of 160 weeks on the New York Times bestseller list.[1] Mailer's output included forty-plus books and six decades of bestsellers on a wide range of topics, from World War II to Marilyn Monroe. His biographer J. Michael Lennon calls him the chronicler of the American Century,[2] and a talent whose career has "been at once so brilliant, varied, controversial, improvisational, public, productive, lengthy and misunderstood".[3]

Chronological, 1948–2007[edit]

Title Abbr.[b] Year Type Notes
The Naked and the Dead NAD 1948 novel spent 62 weeks on the bestseller list, achieving no. 1;[4] received a New York Newspaper Guild's "Page One Award"; chosen as one of the four best books of 1948 by Newsweek;[5] original manuscript housed at Yale University[6]
Barbary Shore BS 1951 novel spent 3 weeks on the bestseller list, achieving no. 3[4]
The Deer Park DP 1955 novel spent 15 weeks on the bestseller list, achieving no. 6[4]
The White Negro: Superficial Reflections on the Hipster WN 1959[c] essay first published in Dissent 4, Summer 1957[7]
Advertisements for Myself AFM 1959 miscellany original working title: The Hip and the Square: a Miscellany[8]
Deaths for the Ladies (and Other Disasters) DFL 1962 poetry
The Presidential Papers PP 1963 miscellany
An American Dream AAD 1965 novel spent 6 weeks on the bestseller list, achieving no. 8[4]
Cannibals and Christians CAC 1966 miscellany
The Short Fiction of Norman Mailer SFNM[d] 1967 short story collection nineteen stories — one new ("The Shortest Novel of Them All") and eighteen previously published with an original introduction;[9] published with material from Existential Errands under the title The Essential Mailer, Sevenoaks, Kent: New English Library, 1982
The Deer Park: A Play 1967 play
Why Are We in Vietnam? WWVN[e] 1967 novel nominated for the National Book Award[10]
The Bullfight: A Photographic Narrative with Text by Norman Mailer 1967 essay
The Armies of the Night: History as a Novel, the Novel as History AON 1968 nonfiction narrative won the Pulitzer Prize for general nonfiction and the National Book Award for arts and letters;[11] ranked nineteenth on a list of the top 100 works of journalism of the twentieth century[12]
The Idol and the Octopus: Political Writings on the Kennedy and Johnson Administrations 1968 miscellany selections from PP and CAC, including the new "On Lady Chatterley and Tropic of Cancer"[13]
Miami and the Siege of Chicago: An Informal History of the Republican and Democratic Conventions of 1968 MSC 1968 nonfiction narrative nominated for the National Book Award in history and biography[14]
Of a Fire on the Moon OFM 1971 nonfiction narrative nominated for the National Book Award in the sciences category[15]
King of the Hill: Norman Mailer on the Fight of the Century 1971 nonfiction narrative
Prisoner of Sex POS 1971 essay nominated for the National Book Award in the arts and letters category[16]
Maidstone: A Mystery MM 1971 screenplay based on the 1968 film that was mostly improvised[17][18]
The Long Patrol: 25 Years of Writing from the Work of Norman Mailer 1971 collection edited and introduced by Robert F. Lucid[19]
Existential Errands EE 1972 miscellany
St. George and the Godfather SGG 1972 nonfiction narrative
Marilyn: A Biography; Pictures by the World's Foremost Photographers MAR 1973 biography spent 9 weeks on the bestseller list, achieving no. 6[4]
The Faith of Graffiti FOG 1974 essay
The Fight FIG 1975 nonfiction narrative
Some Honorable Men: Political Conventions, 1960-1972 SHM 1976 anthology includes a new preface and four previously published political narratives: "Superman Comes to the Supermarket", "In the Red Light", MSC, and SSG[20]
Genius and Lust: A Journey through the Major Writings of Henry Miller GAL 1976 essay
A Transit to Narcissus TTN 1978 novel facsimile of typescript of previously unpublished novel written in 1943[21]
The Executioner's Song ES 1979 nonfiction narrative spent 25 weeks on the bestseller list, achieving no. 3;[4] won the Playboy Writing Award for fiction in 1979 and the Pulitzer Prize for fiction in 1980;[22] nominated for the American Book Award for fiction and the National Book Critics Circle Award for fiction in 1979;[23] ranked 72 on a list of the top 100 works of journalism of the twentieth century;[12] Mailer insisted on calling ES a "true-life novel"[24]
Of Women and Their Elegance OWE 1980 novel photographs by Milton Greene[25]
The Essential Mailer EM 1982 collection combines SFNM and EE in a British release[26]
Pieces and Pontifications PAP 1982 miscellany Pontifications edited and introduced by J. Michael Lennon[27]
Ancient Evenings AE 1983 novel spent 17 weeks on the bestseller list, achieving no. 6[4]
Tough Guys Don't Dance TGD 1984 novel spent 10 weeks on the bestseller list, achieving no. 5[4]
Conversations with Norman Mailer CNM 1988 collection edited and introduced by J. Michael Lennon; contains 34 previously published interviews, including three self-interviews, an introduction, and chronology of Mailer's life[28]
Harlot's Ghost HG 1991 novel spent 4 weeks on the bestseller list, achieving no. 12[4]
Oswald's Tale: An American Mystery OT 1995 nonfiction narrative
Portrait of Picasso as a Young Man: An Interpretive Biography POP 1995 biography
The Gospel According to the Son GAS 1997 novel spent 6 weeks on the bestseller list, achieving no. 7[4]
The Time of Our Time TOOT[f] 1998 anthology contains 139 excerpts from 26 of Mailer's books and uncollected periodical pieces; includes "The Shadow of the Crime: A Word from the Author", a one-page reflection on the 1960 stabbing of his second wife Adele;[29] Mailer signed 25,000 copies[29]
The Spooky Art: Thoughts on Writing SA 2003 miscellany edited and introduced by J. Michael Lennon; contains previously-published and original material[30]
Modest Gifts: Poems and Drawings MG 2003 poetry old (some revised) and new poems; reprint of DFL and poems from CAC[31]
Why Are We at War? WWW 2003 essay assembled from two interviews and a speech, September 2002 to February 2003, against the Iraq war[32]
Norman Mailer's Letters on An American Dream, 1963-1969 LAD 2004 letters 76 letters about the writing and publication of AAD, edited by J. Michael Lennon
The Big Empty: Dialogues on Politics, Sex, God, Boxing, Morality, Myth, Poker and Bad Conscience in America BE 2006 conversations with John Buffalo Mailer
The Castle in the Forest CIF 2007 novel spent 3 weeks on the bestseller list, achieving no. 5[4]
On God: An Uncommon Conversation OG 2007 conversations with J. Michael Lennon; edited transcripts of ten conversations between Lennon and Mailer, 2003–2006[33]
Mind of an Outlaw: Selected Essays of Norman Mailer MO 2013 collection 49 important essays, 1948–2006, including "Freud" an unpublished essay from the mid-1950s;[34] edited by Phillip Sipiora
The Selected Letters of Norman Mailer SLNM 2014 letters 714 letters, 1940 to 2007, selected from the approximately 50,000 Mailer wrote over his lifetime,[35] edited by J. Michael Lennon
Norman Mailer: Four Books of the 1960s 2018 collection Library of America #305 contains AAD, WVN, AON, and MSC; edited by J. Michael Lennon
Norman Mailer: Collected Essays of the 1960s 2018 collection Library of America #306; edited by J. Michael Lennon

Novels[edit]

Title Year Publication Information
The Naked and the Dead 1948 New York: Rinehart, 6 May; London: Wingate, 9 May 1949.
Barbary Shore 1951 New York: Rinehart, 24 May; London: Cape, 21 January 1952.
The Deer Park 1955 New York: Putnam's, 14 October; London: Wingate, 1957.
An American Dream 1965 New York: Dial, 15 March. London: Deutsch, 26 April.
Why Are We in Vietnam? 1967 New York: Putnam's, 15 September; London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, March or April 1969.
A Transit to Narcissus 1978 New York: Howard Fertig, 29 March.
Of Women and Their Elegance 1980 New York: Simon and Schuster, 26 November; London: Hodder and Stoughton.
Ancient Evenings 1983 Boston: Little, Brown, 4 April; London: Macmillan, 26 May.
Tough Guys Don't Dance 1984 New York: Random House, 20 August; London: Michael Joseph, 15 October.
Harlot's Ghost 1991 New York: Random House, 2 October. London: Michael Joseph, October.
The Gospel According to the Son 1997 New York: Random House, 2 May; London: Little, Brown, 18 September.
The Castle in the Forest 2007 New York: Random House, 23 January.

Essays, Nonfiction Narratives[edit]

Title Year Publication Information
The White Negro 1959 San Francisco: City Lights Books.
The Armies of the Night 1968 New York: New American Library.
Miami and the Siege of Chicago 1968 New York: New American Library.
Of a Fire on the Moon 1971 Boston: Little, Brown.
King of the Hill 1971 New York: New American Library.
Prisoner of Sex 1971 Boston: Little, Brown.
St. George and the Godfather 1972 New York: New American Library.
The Faith of Graffiti 1974 New York: Praeger.
The Fight 1975 Boston: Little, Brown.
Genius and Lust 1976 New York: Grove.
The Executioner's Song 1979 Boston: Little, Brown.
Oswald's Tale: An American Mystery 1995 New York: Random House.
Why Are We at War? 2003 New York: Random House.

Anthologies, Collections, Miscellanies[edit]

Beginning in 1959, it became a habit of Mailer's to release his periodical writing, excerpts, and the occasional new piece in collections and miscellanies every few years.[36] Not including letters, Mailer has written for over 100 magazines and periodicals, including Dissent, Ladies Home Journal, One: The Homosexual Magazine, Playboy, Esquire, Vanity Fair, Harper's, New Yorker, and others.[37]

Title Year Publication Information
Advertisements for Myself 1959 New York: Putnam, 1959.
The Presidential Papers 1963 New York: Putnam, 1963.
Cannibals and Christians 1966 New York: Dial, 1966.
The Short Fiction of Norman Mailer 1967 New York: Dell, 1967.
The Idol and the Octopus 1968 New York: Dell, 1968.
The Long Patrol: 25 Years of Writing from the Work of Norman Mailer 1971 New York: World, 1971.
Existential Errands 1972 Boston: Little, Brown, 1972.
Some Honorable Men: Political Conventions, 1960-1972 1976 Boston: Little, Brown, 1976.
The Essential Mailer 1982 Sevenoaks, Kent: New English Library, 1982.
Pieces and Pontifications 1982 Boston: Little, Brown, 1982.
The Time of Our Time 1998 New York: Random House, 1998.
The Spooky Art: Thoughts on Writing 2003 New York: Random House, 2003.
Mind of an Outlaw: Selected Essays of Norman Mailer 2013 New York: Random House: 2013.
Norman Mailer: Four Books of the 1960s 2018 New York: Library of America, 2018.
Norman Mailer: Collected Essays of the 1960s 2018 New York: Library of America, 2018.

Conversations, Interviews[edit]

By 1986, Mailer had been interviewed approximately 200 times, perhaps more than any other American author on a wide range of topics.[38] He very well might maintain that distinction today.[37]

Title Year Publication Information Notes
Pieces and Pontifications 1982 Boston: Little, Brown, 1982. contains 20 interviews
Conversations with Norman Mailer 1988 Jackson: University Press of Mississippi.
The Big Empty 2006 New York: Nation Books.
On God: An Uncommon Conversation 2007 New York: Random House.

Short stories[edit]

Title Written[g] Published Original Publication Collected In Notes
"The Greatest Thing in the World" 1940 1941 Harvard Advocate Story 19 (1941); Hold Your Breath: Suspense Stories (1947); Story: The Fiction of the Forties (1949);[h] AFM (1959); SFNM (1967)[39] written during Mailer's sophomore year at Harvard;[40] won Story magazine's eighth annual college writing contest[41]
"Right Shoe on Left Foot" 1942 Harvard Advocate never reprinted[42]
"Maybe Next Year" 1941 1942 Harvard Advocate The Harvard Advocate Anthology (1942); AFM (1959); SFNM (1967)[43] written in Mailer's junior year at Harvard[44]
"A Calculus at Heaven" 1942 (Oct.) 1944 Cross-Section: A Collection of New American Writing AFM (1959); SFNM (1967); EM (1982)[45] written for Robert Hillyer's English A-5 class in Mailer's senior year at Harvard[45]
"The Paper House" 1951 1952 New World Writing: Second Mentor Collection Lilliput's Extra Holiday Reading (London 1953); AFM (1959); SFNM (1967); A Selection from the Short Fiction of Norman Mailer (1968); EM (1982); Stag (1975)[46]
"The Dead Gook" 1951 1952 Discovery, No. 1 AFM (1959); SFNM (1967); A Selection from the Short Fiction of Norman Mailer (1968); EM (1982)[46]
"The Language of Men" 1951 1953 Esquire Various Temptations (1955); The Armchair Esquire (1958); AFM (1959); SFNM (1967); A Selection from the Short Fiction of Norman Mailer (1968); EM (1982)[47]
"Pierrot" 1951 1953 World Review AFM (1959); SFNM (1967) published as "The Patron Saint of MacDougal Alley" in AFM and SFNM with changes[47]
"The Notebook" 1951 1953 Cornhill Magazine no. 996 The Berkley Book of Modern Writing, No. 3 (1956); AFM (1959); SFNM (1967); EM (1982)[47]
"The Man Who Studied Yoga" 1952 1956 New Short Novels 2 AFM (1959); SFNM (1967); EM (1982); TOOT (1998)[48]
"Advertisements for Myself on the Way Out" 1948–51[i] 1958 Partisan Review 25 AFM (1959); SFNM (1967); EM (1982)[49]
"The Time of Her Time" 1958 1959 AFM SFNM (1967); EM (1982); Writer’s Choice: Each of Twenty American Authors Introduces His Own Best Story (1974); TOOT (1998)[49]
"It" 1939 1959 AFM SFNM (1967)
"Great in the Hay" 1950 1959 AFM SFNM (1967)
"Truth and Being: Nothing and Time" 1960 (Dec.) 1964 Evergreen Review no. 26 PP (1963); SFNM (1967); Evergreen Review Reader: A Ten Year Anthology, 1962–1967, Vol. II (1980); EM (1982)[50]
"The Locust Cry" 1963 1963 Commentary PP (1963); CAC (1966); SFNM (1967); EM (1982)[51]
"The Last Night: a Story" 1962 1963 Esquire CAC (1966); SFNM (1967); EM (1982); The Last Night (1984)[51]
"The Killer: a Story" 1960 (Dec.) 1964 Evergreen Review no. 32 CAC (1966); SFNM (1967); EM (1982)[52]
"Ministers of Taste: A Story" 1965 1965 Partisan Review no. 32 CAC (1966); SFNM (1967); EM (1982)[53]
"The Shortest Novel of Them All" 1963 1967 SFNM the only story in SFNM that was not previously published
"The Blood of the Blunt" 1951 2012 The Mailer Review previously unpublished short story, circa 1951[54]
"Love Buds" 1942–43 2013 The Mailer Review previously unpublished short story written in Mailer's senior year in college, 1942–43[55]
"La Petite Bourgeoise" 1951 2014 The Mailer Review previously unpublished short story, circa 1951[55]
"The Thalian Adventure" 1951 2015 The Mailer Review previously unpublished short story, circa 1951[56]
"The Collision" 1933 2016 The Mailer Review Mailer's first complete story, previously unpublished, written January 1933[57]
"Dr. Bulganoff and the Solitary Teste" 1951 2017 The Mailer Review previously unpublished short story, circa 1951[58]

Key Texts for Mailer Studies[edit]

Listed chronologically, the following are integral books for the study of Norman Mailer.

  • Leeds, Barry H. (1969). The Structured Vision of Norman Mailer. New York: NYU Press. OCLC 474531468.
  • Kaufmann, Donald (1969). Norman Mailer: The Countdown (The First Twenty Years). Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press. OCLC 977535620.
  • Lucid, Robert F., ed. (1971). Norman Mailer: The Man and His Work. Boston: Little Brown. OCLC 902036360.
  • Braudy, Leo, ed. (1972). Norman Mailer: a Collection of Critical Essays. Twentieth Century Views. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall. OCLC 868765103.
  • Poirier, Richard (1972). Norman Mailer. Modern Masters. New York: Viking Press. OCLC 473033417.
  • Solotaroff, Robert (1973). Down Mailer's Way. Urbana; London: University of Illinois Press. OCLC 644343516.
  • Adams, Laura, ed. (1974). Will the Real Norman Mailer Please Stand Up. Port Washington; London: Kennikat Press. OCLC 1050855202.
  • Adams, Laura (1974). Norman Mailer: A Comprehensive Bibliography. Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow. OCLC 462662793.
  • Radford, Jean (1975). Norman Mailer: A Critical Study. London; Basingstoke: Macmillan Press. OCLC 463529477.
  • Adams, Laura (1977). Existential Battles: the Growth of Norman Mailer. Athens: Ohio UP. OCLC 787841439.
  • Bufithis, Philip (1978). Norman Mailer. New York: Frederick Ungar. OCLC 932270728.
  • Merrill, Robert (1978). Norman Mailer. New York: Twayne. OCLC 463500243.
  • Gordon, Andrew (1980). An American Dreamer: A Psychoanalytic Study of the Fiction of Norman Mailer. London: Fairleigh Dickinson UP. OCLC 1046256795.
  • Begiebing, Robert J. (1980). Acts of Regeneration: Allegory and Archetype in the Works of Norman Mailer. Columbia; London: University of Missouri Press. OCLC 466533555.
  • Mills, Hilary (1982). Mailer: A Biography. New York: Empire Books. OCLC 966034621.
  • Manso, Peter (1985). Mailer: His Life and Times. New York: Washington Square Press. OCLC 1035697738.
  • Lennon, J. Michael, ed. (1986). Critical Essays on Norman Mailer. Critical Essays on American Literature. Boston: G. K. Hall. OCLC 473783224.
  • Bloom, Harold, ed. (1986). Norman Mailer. Modern Critical Views. Philadelphia, PA: Chelsea House. OCLC 12420979.
  • Lennon, J. Michael, ed. (1988). Conversations with Norman Mailer. Literary Conversations. Jackson and London: University Press of Mississippi. OCLC 643635248.
  • Begiebing, Robert J. (1989). Toward a New Synthesis: John Fowles, John Gardner, and Norman Mailer. Ann Arbor, MI: UMI. OCLC 924803474.
  • Nigel, Leigh (1989). Radical Fictions and the Novels of Norman Mailer. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Macmillan. OCLC 68171016.
  • Rollyson, Carl (1991). The Lives of Norman Mailer. New York: Paragon House. OCLC 491157406.
  • Merrill, Robert (1992). Norman Mailer Revisited. Boston: Twayne. OCLC 463568236.
  • Glenday, Michael K. (1995). Norman Mailer. New York: St. Martins Press. OCLC 878025365.
  • Dearborn, Mary V. (1999). Mailer: A Biography. Boston: Houghton Mifflin. OCLC 237367900.
  • Dickstein, Morris (2002). Leopards in the Temple: The Transformation of American Fiction, 1945-1970. Cambridge, MA; London: Harvard UP. OCLC 606732230.
  • Leeds, Barry H. (2002). The Enduring Vision of Norman Mailer. Bainbridge Island, Wash.: Pleasure Boat Studio. OCLC 845519995.
  • Bloom, Harold, ed. (2003). Norman Mailer. Bloom's Modern Critical Views. Philadelphia, PA: Chelsea House. OCLC 263706819.
  • Lennon, J. Michael (2013). Norman Mailer: A Double Life. New York: Simon and Schuster. OCLC 873006264.
  • Lennon, J. Michael, ed. (2014). The Selected Letters of Norman Mailer. New York: Random House. OCLC 933749753.
  • Wenke, Joseph (2014) [1987]. Mailer's America. Hanover, NH; London: University Press of New England for University of Connecticut. ISBN 0874513936.
  • Bailey, Jennifer (2014) [1979]. Norman Mailer Quick-Change Artist. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. OCLC 935186576.
  • Schultz, Kevin (2016). Buckley and Mailer: the Difficult Friendship that Shaped the Sixties. New York: W.W. Norton. OCLC 921868954.
  • Bozung, Justin, ed. (2017). The Cinema of Norman Mailer: Film is Like Death. New York: Bloomsbury Academic. OCLC 1011515088.
  • McKinley, Maggie (2017). Understanding Norman Mailer. Columbia, SC: The University of South Carolina Press. OCLC 985080064.
  • Lennon, J. Michael; Lennon, Donna Pedro (2018) [2000]. Lucas, Gerald R. (ed.). Norman Mailer: Works and Days (Revised, Expanded ed.). Norman Mailer Society. ISBN 978-1-7326519-0-6.

References[edit]

Notes

  1. ^ Including short stories. This bibliography might be expanded in the future to include important uncollected works.
  2. ^ Most from Lennon (2008a, pp. 518–519).
  3. ^ This date is often listed as 1957 or 1958 (e.g. Adams (1974, p. 1) and Lennon (1986, p. 219) list 1957), but as Lennon & Lennon (2018, p. 29) explain, the City Lights publication is followed by the 1958 "Reflections on Hipsterism", so earlier than 1959 is unlikely.
  4. ^ Abbreviated SF in Adams (1974, p. 4, passim).
  5. ^ According to Lennon (2008a), sometimes abbreviated as WVN.
  6. ^ According to Lennon (2008a), sometimes abbreviated as TOT.
  7. ^ Most dates come from SFNM. Those that do not are otherwise noted.
  8. ^ Edited by Alfred Hitchcock.
  9. ^ AFM, p. 104

Citations

  1. ^ Lennon 2008, pp. 270–271.
  2. ^ Lennon 2013, pp. 351, 704.
  3. ^ Lennon & Lennon 2018, p. xiii.
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Lennon 2008, p. 271.
  5. ^ Lennon & Lennon 2018, p. 6.
  6. ^ Lucid 1974, p. xii.
  7. ^ Lennon & Lennon 2018, p. 25.
  8. ^ Lennon & Lennon 2018, p. 31.
  9. ^ Lennon & Lennon 2018, p. 72.
  10. ^ Lennon 2013, p. 379.
  11. ^ Lennon & Lennon 2018, p. 81.
  12. ^ a b Barringer 1999.
  13. ^ Lennon & Lennon 2018, p. 84.
  14. ^ Lennon & Lennon 2018, pp. 87–88.
  15. ^ Lennon & Lennon 2018, p. 106.
  16. ^ Lennon & Lennon 2018, p. 110.
  17. ^ Rollyson 1991, p. 209.
  18. ^ Lennon 2013, p. 401.
  19. ^ Lennon & Lennon 2018, p. 113.
  20. ^ Lennon & Lennon 2018, p. 139.
  21. ^ Lennon & Lennon 2018, p. 148.
  22. ^ Lennon & Lennon 2018, pp. 152–153.
  23. ^ Lennon & Lennon 2018, p. 153.
  24. ^ Lennon 1988, p. xi.
  25. ^ Lennon & Lennon 2018, p. 162.
  26. ^ Lennon 1986, p. 221.
  27. ^ Lennon 2008b, p. 516.
  28. ^ Lennon & Lennon 2018, p. 221.
  29. ^ a b Lennon & Lennon 2018, p. 279.
  30. ^ Lennon & Lennon 2018, p. 300.
  31. ^ Lennon & Lennon 2018, pp. 303–304.
  32. ^ Lennon & Lennon 2018, p. 304.
  33. ^ Lennon & Lennon 2018, pp. 324–325.
  34. ^ Lennon & Lennon 2018, pp. 332–333.
  35. ^ Lennon & Lennon 2018, pp. xiii, 336.
  36. ^ Lennon 1986, p. 219.
  37. ^ a b Lennon & Lennon 2018, p. xiv.
  38. ^ Lennon 1986, p. 239.
  39. ^ Lennon & Lennon 2018, pp. 3–4.
  40. ^ Rollyson 1991, p. 18.
  41. ^ Lennon & Lennon 2018, p. 3.
  42. ^ Lennon & Lennon 2018, p. 4.
  43. ^ Lennon & Lennon 2018, pp. 4–5.
  44. ^ Rollyson 1991, p. 19.
  45. ^ a b Lennon & Lennon 2018, p. 5.
  46. ^ a b Lennon & Lennon 2018, p. 17.
  47. ^ a b c Lennon & Lennon 2018, p. 18.
  48. ^ Lennon & Lennon 2018, pp. 24–25.
  49. ^ a b Lennon & Lennon 2018, p. 26.
  50. ^ Lennon & Lennon 2018, p. 47.
  51. ^ a b Lennon & Lennon 2018, p. 56.
  52. ^ Lennon & Lennon 2018, p. 58.
  53. ^ Lennon & Lennon 2018, p. 70.
  54. ^ Lennon & Lennon 2018, p. 332.
  55. ^ a b Lennon & Lennon 2018, p. 335.
  56. ^ Lennon & Lennon 2018, p. 337.
  57. ^ Lennon 2016, p. 10.
  58. ^ Mailer 2017, p. 8.

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