J.M. Coetzee is one of the world's most intriguing authors. Compelling, razor-sharp, erudite: the adjectives pile up but the heart of the fiction remains elusive. Now, David Attwell explores the extraordinary creative processes behind Coetzee's novels from 'Dusklands' to 'The Childhood of Jesus'.there is good reason to believe it is a it is Afrikaners who tended to think of themselves this way, not the English. ... In an essay on a#39;The Great South African Novela#39;, Coetzee remarks that English a#39;has a most uneasy relationship with the naturalanbsp;...
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