Critical Essays on J.M. Coetzee
G.K. Hall, 1998 - South Africa - 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.
Writing in the Middle Voice
J M Coetzees Dusklands
Towards a True Materialism
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African Literature Afrikaner Age of Iron allegory ambivalence André Brink apartheid attempt Barbarians Benita Parry body cancer Coet Coetzee's fiction Coetzee's Foe Coetzee's novel Colonel Joll colonial consciousness contemporary context Country critical critique Crusoe cultural David Attwell deconstruction desire discourse dominant Dusklands Empire English essay ethical father feminist Friday gesture Gordimer's Heart hereafter cited human imperial implications intertextual irony J. M. Coetzee Jacobus Coetzee Jacques Derrida Jerusalem Prize Johannesburg language liberal aesthetics linguistic literary London Magda magistrate Master of Petersburg means metaphor metonymic Michael Michael K Michael Vaughan middle voice mode Nadine Gordimer narrative political position post-colonial postmodern question racial reader reading realism relation resistance response role sense settler silence social society South African writing speak Stephen Watson story strategies structure suggest Susan Barton textual theory Tiffin tion trope Vercueil Waiting white South African woman words zee's