129pp., paperback, edges rubbed, spine worn, back top left corner folded, Johannesburg, 1983
"Censorship is a word of infamy among many writers, creative artists, academics, theologians, politicians and others, in South Africa. It is a concept which pervades almost every aspect of contemporary South African life, as the five writers of this book show. All five - Johan van der Vyver, André Brink, Allan Boesak, Ian McDonald and André du Toit - have their own insights into the subject.' Taken from the book.