Table of contents for The Norman Podhoretz reader : a selection of his writings from the 1950s through the 1990s / edited by Thomas L. Jeffers ; with an introduction by Paul Johnson.

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Introduction by Paul Johnson

A Bibliographical Note by Thomas L. Jeffers

The 1950s

Editor's Note

The Adventures of Saul Bellow

Simone de Beauvoir as Novelist

The Know-Nothing Bohemians

Huck Finn's Literary Journey

The 1960s

Editor's Note

My Negro Problem -- and Ours

Hannah Arendt on Eichmann

In Defense of Editing

From Making It: The Brutal Bargain

The 1970s

Editor's Note

After Modernism, What?

From Breaking Ranks: Prologue: A Letter to My Son

From Breaking Ranks: Postscript

The 1980s

Editor's Note


From Why We Were in Vietnam: Whose Immorality?

Kissinger Reconsidered

If Orwell Were Alive Today

An Open Letter to Milan Kundera

The Terrible Question of Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

The 1990s

Editor's Note

Neoconservatism: A Eulogy

Israel -- with Grandchildren

Lolita, My Mother-in-Law, the Marquis de Sade, and Larry Flynt

Philip Roth, Then and Now

What Happened to Ralph Ellison

From Ex-Friends: A Foul-Weather Friend to Norman Mailer

A Dissent on Isaiah Berlin

My New York

Was Bach Jewish?

God and the Scientists


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