A Companion to the Works of J. M. Coetzee (0) (Studies in English & American Literature & Culture)

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Descriptions : J M Coetzee is perhaps the most critically acclaimed bestselling author of imaginative fiction writing in English today He received the Nobel Prize for Literature in and is the first writer to have been awarded two Booker Prizes The present volume makes critical views of this important writer accessible to the general reader as well as the scholar discussing Coetzee s main works in chronological order and introducing the dominant themes in the academic discussion of his oeuvre The volume highlights Coetzee s exceptionally nuanced approach to writing as both an exacting craft and a challenging moral ethical undertaking It discusses Coetzee s complex relation to apartheid and post apartheid South Africa the land of his birth and evaluates his complicated responses to the literary canon Coetzee emerges as both a modernist and a highly self aware postmodernist a champion of the truths of a literary enterprise conducted unrelentingly in the mode of self confession CONTRIBUTORS Chris Ackerley Derek Attridge Carrol Clarkson Simone Drichel Johan Geertsema David James Michelle Kelly Sue Kossew Mike Marais James Meffan Tim Mehigan Chris Prentice Engelhard Weigl Kim L Worthington TIM MEHIGAN is Professor of Languages in the Department of Languages and Cultures at the University of Otago New Zealand and Honorary Professor in the Department of Languages and Comparative Cultural Studies at the University of Queensland Australia










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