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"In the late 1940s, he came up to Dublin to take a much coveted job in the civil service, and the books he bought there–just a couple every year–are still on the shelf. They are all paperbacks. Wilde’s Salome, Shaw’s Man and Superman were bought in 1949. These were followed by Dante, The Greeks by Kitto, Spinoza by Stuart Hampshire, Barabbas by Pär Lagerkvist, all the way to Sophocles and Rousseau in 1953." Anne Enright on censorship • LRB


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