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    Edmund Wilson, pre-eminent writing critic of early 20th century, nails the rewards and angry 'book-tossing' reactions that anyone who has read (and actually gotten all the way through) James Joyce's "Ulysses" feels [from TNR's "The Book" archives].

  • Mark Burris

    Edmund Wilson and the Review | 50 Years | The New York Review of Books

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