Writer A.A. Gill remembers the life and works of Gore Vidal.
Stephen King knows a horror show when he sees one.
When author Norman Mailer died on Saturday of renal failure aged 84, it was as if one of the last great literary giants had been felled.
Norman Mailer, perhaps the most towering figure in
20th-century American literature, died today of acute
renal failure at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City
at the age of 84, his literary executor said.
A look at the life of the acclaimed author, noted for his tumultuous lifestyle. He died in New York at the age of 84.
Norman Mailer, the outspoken author whose prize-winning works made him a towering figure on the American literary stage for more than 50 years, is dead. He was 84.
TIME critic Richard Lacayo remembers the great pugilist of American letters, who died Saturday at 84
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The figgy pudding is steaming on the boiler, or whatever figgy pudding is supposed to do. The goose, poor thing, has gone to that great migration in the sky, its mortal remains soon to lie burbling...
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