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What Happened to Burger's Daughter or How South African Censorship Works

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What Happened to Burger's Daughter or How South African Censorship Works is a 1980 collection of essays by South African novelist Nadine Gordimer and others. The book is about the South African government's banning and subsequent unbanning of Gordimer's 1979 novel Burger's Daughter.The collection was published in Johannesburg by Taurus Publications, a small underground publishing house established in the late-1970s to print anti-apartheid literature and other material South African publishers would avoid for fear of censorship. Its publications were generally distributed privately or sent to bookshops to be given to customers free to avoid attracting the attention of the South African authorities.
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original title: What Happened to Burger's Daughter or How South African Censorship Works
language: English
date of publication: 1980
genre: non-fiction
main subject: book censorship

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