Naked Lunch: the Restored Text
Hello, I'm new here so as an introdctuion I'll say three words: Look at my screenname.
Anyways, recently I've been deciding if I should buy Naked Lunch:The Restored Text or not.
I eventually stumbled upon a review stating that the novel was censored, and that they removed references to the accidental murder of Burroughs' wife.
That the book is a Disney-version of Naked Lunch, that the editor is trying to market a new, friednly, non-killing Burroughs.
My question is: Does anyone know if the text is really censored or not? The information on the book tells me nothing.
Thanks, I'd figure someone here would know.