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“Norman Mailer: Harlot’s Ghost, Part I: In Berlin, CIA Agent Harry Hubbard Gets His First Taste of Sex and Treachery.” Rolling Stone, 11–25 July, 56–60, 126, 128–130, 132–133. Excerpt from novel of same name (91.26). Illustrated by Philip Burke and John Collier. Rpt: Appearing three months before the novel, this excerpt (first of three in Rolling Stone) deals with Hubbard’s exploits with Dix Butler in the bars and brothels of Berlin; it is taken with very minor changes (the excision of some CIA code names) from “The Alpha” Manuscript,” part 2, “Berlin,” most of chapter 3 and all of chapter 7.