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At age 67, Sontag published her final novel In America (2000).
The last two novels were set in the past, which Sontag said gave her greater freedom to write in the polyphonic voice: In a print shop near the British Museum, in London, I discovered the volcano prints from the book that Sir William Hamilton did.
She elevated camp to the status of recognition with her widely read 1964 essay "Notes on 'Camp'", which accepted art as including common, absurd and burlesque themes.
Manilow recalled Susan in his 1987 autobiography Sweet Life as 'adorable, small with great legs and a voluptuous figure.' He said she had 'jet-black hair, dark brown eyes and a smile that lit up the room'Panzer said he is happy for the couple, but not all friends share that view.
Although her essays and speeches sometimes drew controversy, then in Tucson, Arizona, and later in the San Fernando Valley in southern California, where she took refuge in books and graduated from North Hollywood High School at the age of 15. Sontag's literary career began and ended with works of fiction.