The Castle in the Forest: A Novel
by Mailer, Norman
- near fine
- Near Fine
Webster, New York
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The Castle in the Forest is the last novel by writer Norman Mailer, published in the year of his death, 2007. It is the story of Adolf Hitler's childhood as seen through the eyes of Dieter, a demon sent to put him on his destructive path. The novel explores the idea that Hitler had no Jewish heritage but was the product of incest. It forms a thematic contrast with the writer's immediately previous novel The Gospel According to the Son (1997), which deals with the early life of Jesus.
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- The Castle in the Forest: A Novel
- Mailer, Norman
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- second hand - Near Fine
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- 3rd Printing
- Random House
- Place of Publication
- New York
- Date Published
- HISTORICAL FICTION PULITZER PRIZE WINNER WORLD WAR II NAZI GERMANY NORMAN MAILER
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