Born 1930: The Unlost Generation  

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"Norman Mailer, Truman Capote, William Styron — perhaps half-a-dozen others approaching or just past thirty — have numerous admirers, but it is clear that their impact on young intellectuals has not been remotely comparable to that made on a previous generation by Fitzgerald." -- "Born 1930: The Unlost Generation" by Caroline Bird, Harper's Bazaar, Feb. 1957

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"Born 1930: The Unlost Generation" (1957) is an essay by Caroline Bird published in Harper's Bazaar in February. The essay was cited as epigraph in "The White Negro" by Norman Mailer.



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