Definition of Mailer, Norman in English:

Mailer, Norman

Syllabification: Mail·er, Norman
Pronunciation: /ˈmālər
 
/
( 1923–2007), US novelist and essayist. His novels, in which he frequently deals with the effect of war and violence on human relationships, include The Naked and the Dead (1948) and Ancient Evenings (1983). His nonfiction works include the prize-winning The Armies of the Night (1968) and The Executioner’s Song (1979).

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