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From:ARIEL (Vol. 33, Issue 3-4) Peer-ReviewedJ. M. Coetzee's eighth novel, Disgrace, is the first of his novels to be set in South Africa after the 1994 elections. Awarded the 1999 Booker Prize, Disgrace has furthered the process of the canonization of Coetzee, a...
From: Canadian Literature[(essay date summer 2005) In the following essay, Stratton studies the intertextual references in Medicine River, arguing that although critics dismiss the novel's intertextuality, it actually contains several references...
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