Entity | Norman Mailer

Norman Mailer
Norman Kingsley Mailer (January 31, 1923 – November 10, 2007) was an American novelist, journalist, essayist, playwright, activist, filmmaker and actor. In a career spanning over six decades, Mailer had 11 best-selling books, at least one in each of the seven decades after World War II—more than any other post-war American writer. His novel The Naked and the Dead was published in 1948 and brought him early renown. His 1968 nonfiction novel Armies of the Night won the Pulitzer Prize for non-fiction as well as the National Book Award. His best-known work is widely considered to be The Executioner's Song, the 1979 winner of the Pulitzer Prize for fiction.
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Born: 1923, Long Branch
Died: 2007, New York City

Alternate Names: Mailer, Norman, Mailer, Norman, 1923-2007, Mailer, Norman, 1923-, Mailer, Nachem Malek, Mailer, Norman Kingsley, 1923-2007, Mailer, Norman Kingsley, メイラー, ノーマン, Meĭler, Norman, Meiler, Norman 1923-2007, Mejler, Norman 1923-2007, Kingsley Mailer, Norman 1923-2007, Meiler, Norman, Meĭler, Norman, Meēler, Norman 1923-2007, Мейлер, Норман, Meēler, Norman 1923-2007, Norman Kingsley Mailer, Andreas Wilson
Occupation(s): essayist, film editor, novelist, film producer, film director, stage actor, journalist, biographer, playwright, historian, poet, writer, actor, screenwriter

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