Critical Essays on J.M. Coetzee
G.K. Hall, 1998 - Literary Criticism - 242 pages
"This volume contains sixteen articles and essayslinked by their attention to central issues raised in Coetzee s writing such as the relationships between autobiography and fiction, literature and politics, sexuality and textuality, feminist poetics and fiction-making, and Apartheid. Edited and introduced by Coetzee scholar, Dr. Sue Kossew, this volume offers the reader and excellent opportunity to grasp the wide range of interpretations his books welcome." - BookDepository.
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