|Title:||The ravenous eye: The impact of the fifth factor|
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Milton Shulman’s most popular book is Defeat in the West. The Ravenous Eye: The Impact Of The Fifth Factor by. Milton Shulman.
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During this time he also wrote two novels, The Victors (Dell 1963) and Kill Three (Collins 1967); the Preep series of children’s books; and two serious books on the impact of television, The Ravenous Eye (Cassel 1973) and The Least Worst Television in the World (Barrie and Jenkins 1973), as well as a 90-minute play for BBC 2 also called Kill. Three from which the novel was adapted.
Veteran drama critic of the London Evening Standard, he saw his role as the common man's observer, though not outside the West End. Eric Shorter. Milton Shulman, who has died aged 90, was the longest serving London drama critic of his generation, covering first nights for the Evening Standard for 38 years, from 1953 to 1991. He had written a well-received book, Defeat In The West (1948), based on his time in Canadian intelligence and his interviews with captured senior German officers. But Shulman was 40 before he wrote dramatic criticism.
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