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Mapmakers : writing in a state of siege

Author: André P Brink
Publisher: London ; Boston : Faber and Faber, 1983.
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Named Person: André P Brink
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: André P Brink
ISBN: 057113159X 9780571131594
OCLC Number: 18021144
Notes: Revised versions of essays previously published.
Description: 256 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: The position of the Afrikaans writer --
Writers and writing in the world --
Mahatma Gandhi today --
On culture and apartheid --
English and the Afrikaans writer --
Literature and offence --
After Soweto --
Of slaves and masters --
Mapmakers --
The writer in a state of siege --
The intellectual and his world --
Writing against silence --
The freedom to publish --
Imagining the real --
The languages of culture --
Censorship and literature.
Responsibility: André Brink.

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