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“The Language of Men.” Esquire, April, 61, 115-17.

Story, based on Mailer’s experience as an Army cook in occupied Japan. First of more than 40 contributions to the magazine with which Mailer has been most closely identified. Rpt: Various Temptations. New York: Avon, 1955, softcover; The Armchair Esquire, edited by Arnold Gingrich and L. Rust Hills. New York: Putnam’s, 1958; 59.13, 67.11, 68.32, 82.19; Esquire Classics (registration required).