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“Mailer’s Memory.” Article by Herbert Mitgang. New York Times, 1 July, 27. Mailer clarifies a 3 June Times item about why he left the William Morris Agency when he returned from WWII “with the seeds, I expect, of ‘The Naked and the Dead,” namely, because his agent Berta Kaslow had left the agency, not because of money or a grudge.