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The New Statesman reviewed Ulysses for the first time on 7 April 1923. Desmond McCarthy, the literary editor at the time, wrote under the pen-name Affable Hawk. Presented here is the full text of the review.
Full video of the Slovenian philosopher talking to the NS culture editor
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The magazine features in a revival of While the Sun Shines.
Jack Arnold's adaptation of It Came From Outer Space is a classic.
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