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The Armies of the Night
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  1. (1968) is a Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award-winning nonfiction novel written by Norman Mailer and sub-titled History as a Novel/The Novel as History

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  2. Mailer essentially creates his own genre for the narrative, split into historicized and novelized accounts of the October 1967 March on the Pentagon

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  3. Mailer's unique rendition of the non-fiction novel was one of only a few at the time, and received the most critical attention. In Cold Blood (1965) by Truman Capote and Hell's Angels (1966) by Hunter S. Thompson had already been published, and three

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  4. The book deals ostensibly with the March on the Pentagon (the October 1967 anti-Vietnam War rally in Washington DC)

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  5. While Mailer dips into familiar territory in his fiction -- self-portrait -- the outlandish, third person account of himself along with self-descriptions such as a Novelist/Historian, anti-star/hero are made far more complex by the narrative's overal

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