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Oscar Wilde in trouble again

James Joyce and Oscar Wilde are in trouble over obscenity. It reads like a headline from the 1920s, yet this was a topic making headlines in June 2010, when it emerged that a graphic novel adaptation of Joyce’s Ulysses and a second graphic novel inspired by Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest had both fallen foul of Apple’s squeaky clean regulatory policy. Their releases on the iPad required last-minute amendments thanks to the existence of nude (cartoon)…

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