Reading Banned Books

@article{vanderVlies2007ReadingBB,
  title={Reading Banned Books},
  author={Andrew van der Vlies},
  journal={Wasafiri},
  year={2007},
  volume={22},
  pages={55 - 61}
}
By the late 1960s, state oppression in South Africa, including the proscription of activists associated with the liberation movements and censorship of writing critical of the government by a highly efficient censorship bureaucracy, had silenced many black writers (Merrett 47 /54). By the end of 1966, for example, noted writers Masizi Kunene, Bloke Modisane, Lewis Nkosi, Todd Matshikiza, Ezekiel Mphahlele, Can Temba, Dennis Brutus and Alex La Guma were all banned, and many of them in exile… 

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