Tough Guys Don't Dance by Norman Mailer (1992-11-26)

Tough Guys Don t Dance by Norman Mailer

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  • Author: Norman Mailer
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    • Martin Amis, in his 1987 collection of journalistic work “The Moronic Inferno”, held that by 1981-2 Norman Mailer needed an annual income of USD 400.000 to cover the costs of five failed marriages and eight or 9 children. Earlier, the IRS had impounded his holiday home, leaving him still with major debts. Amis described NMs early success at the age of 24, then a career of falling sales and constant tabloid notoriety, and interviewed him briefly. This 1984 novel was not mentioned in Amis’ 1 [...]

    • Amidst the esteemed literary output of Norman Mailer, Tough Guys Don't Dance, published in 1984, sticks out like a sore thumb. Here the renowned author tries his hand at the genre of crime fiction, in effect saying, "I may have won two Pulitzers, but I can still write like a tough guy." The result is something akin to if Hemingway wrote porn. The narrator, Tim Madden, distraught over the recent departure of his wife, meets a couple of out-of-towners at a bar and gets loaded. He wakes up the next [...]

    • Much of Norman Mailer's political stuff can be unreadable, however he is truly a great novelist. This book is an example of his abilities. It's dark, gory, and fascinating. This is not a light fluffy murder mystery. This one will leave a mark on you that you'll remember for a long time. Read it.

    • It took me some patience to get used to style and language and at times vocabulary. But there is a very intelligent author behind the story, which gets better and better as the story develops.

    • It is Norman Mailer at his absolute best. The atmosphere set throughout this book makes you believe you are actually there. There are very few books I have re bought in electronic format and this is one such book.

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