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Esquire Magazine

Esquire Magazine is a magazine for men owned by the Hearst Corporation.

The magazine was founded in 1933 and is one of the USA's premiere men's magazines[?]. Esquire started with literary writers, i.e., Ernest Hemingway and F Scott Fitzgerald.

In the 1940s, it increased in popularity, partly because of the famous Varga Girls[?]. In the 1960s, Esquire published writers such as Tom Wolfe, Norman Mailer and Gay Talese[?]. Esquire took part in the so-called new journalism[?].

Esquire each year gives a Dubious Achievement Award[?].

See also: list of men's magazines

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