If Norman Mailer is the heavyweight champion of American writing, an image he is fond of, then Dotson Rader must be rated as one of the top contenders for the title. Both stalk the same turf—the meaning of manhood, the link between sex and violence, an opposition to totalitarianism.

October 1, 1975
Tom McCarthy

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