J.M. Coetzee and the novel writing and politics afer Beckett /
This book argues that the significance of Coetzee's complex & finely-nuanced fiction lies in the acuity with which it both explores & developes the tradition of the novel - ranging from Cervantes, Defoe, & Richardson, to Dostoevsky, Kafka, & Becket - as part of a sustained attem...
Oxford University Press,
|Series:||Oxford English monographs.
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