We can’t say Gore Vidal didn’t warn us.
I thought that I’d done everything I was supposed to do. This was back in the springtime of 2007, about seven months before Norman Mailer died.
The following is an interview with professor Noam Chomsky examining the question of why the counterculture, which had been so endemic to the politics of dissent in the 1950s, ’60s and ’70s, no longer seems to exist in any viable way.The following is an interview with Noam Chomsky about why the counterculture no longer seems to exist in any viable way.
News of the loss of one of America's most unique voices, Norman Mailer, rippled through the literary community Saturday after Mailer's biographer announced that the author of "The Armies of the Night" and "The Naked and the Dead" had expired at New York's Mount Sinai Hospital.