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Writing books is the closest men ever come to childbearing. - Norman Mailer

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Author's Biography:
Name: Norman Mailer
Born: 31 January 1923. Died: 10 November 2007
Profession: Novelist | Journalist | Essayist | Playwright | Filmmaker | Actor | Activist |


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