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The deer park /

Amid the cactus wilds some two hundred miles from Hollywood lies a privileged oasis called Desert D?Or. It is a place for starlets, directors, studio execs, and the well-groomed lowlifes who cater to them. And, as imagined by Norman Mailer in this blistering classic, Desert D?Or is a moral proving ground, where men and women discover what they really want?and how far they are willing to go to get it. As Mailer traces their couplings and uncouplings, their uneasy flirtation with success and self-extinction, he creates a legendary portrait of America?s machinery of desire. ? -- ? -- ? -- ? -- ? -- ? -- ?The Cincinnati Post.

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  • "Amid the cactus wilds some two hundred miles from Hollywood lies a privileged oasis called Desert D?Or. It is a place for starlets, directors, studio execs, and the well-groomed lowlifes who cater to them. And, as imagined by Norman Mailer in this blistering classic, Desert D?Or is a moral proving ground, where men and women discover what they really want?and how far they are willing to go to get it. As Mailer traces their couplings and uncouplings, their uneasy flirtation with success and self-extinction, he creates a legendary portrait of America?s machinery of desire. ? -- ? -- ? -- ? -- ? -- ? -- ?The Cincinnati Post."@en
  • ""The deer park is set in the town of Desert D'Or, a man-made oasis of bars, neon signs, motels, and gambling clubs located in the desert just over the mountains from California. To Desert D'Or come the Hollywood contingents of aspiring movie stars, black-listed writers, call girls, pimps, and paternalistic studio officials -- all to enact in the strenuousness of their leisure-taking, the fevered dreams, sexual conflicts, and sputtering hopes of a rich, but lost, society."--Book jacket."
  • "Amid the cactus wilds some two hudred miles from Hollywood lies a privileged oasis called Desert D'Or. It is a place for starlets and would-be starlets, directors, studio execs, and the well-groomed lowlifes who cater to them. And, as imagined by Norman Mailer in this blistering classic of 1950s Hollywood, Desert D'Or is a moral proving ground, where men and women discover what they really want -- and how far they are willing to go to get it."@en
  • ""The story of two interlacing love affairs. Sergius O'Shaughnessy is a young ex-Air Force pilot whose good looks and air of indifference launch his into the orbit of the radiant actress Lulu Meyers. Charles Eitel is a brilliant director wounded by accusations of communism--and whose liaison with the volatile Elena Esposito may supply the coup de grace to his career."--Cover."

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