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Title: J.M. Coetzee [commentary]
Authors: Caterson, Simon
Keywords: Australian
Book Reviews
Publishing
Swedish Academy
Letters to a Young Novelist
Mario Vargas Llosa
Wilde
Boyhood
Youth
Elizabeth Costello
Desgrace
Cape Town University
Doubling The Point: Essays and Interviews
Albert Camus
L'Etranger
Giving Offence: Essays on Censorship
Samuel Beckett
The Life and Time of Michael K
The Master of Petersburg
Kafka
Dostoevsky
The Lives of Animals
Peter Singer
Simon Caterson
Issue Date: Nov-2003
Publisher: Australian Book Review
Citation: Caterson, Simon 2003. J.M. Coetzee. 'Australian Book Review', No 256, November, 33-34.
Series/Report no.: No 256
Abstract: According to Mario Vargas Llosa, literary awards ‘are extraordinarily arbitrary, sometimes stubbornly evading those who most deserve them while besieging and overwhelming those who merit them least’. Many of the world’s most influential writers — among them Henry James, Marcel Proust and James Joyce — did not receive the Nobel Prize, but Coetzee is a deserving recipient. Posterity will deliver the ultimate judgment on Coetzee’s work. For now, it has all the qualities of the finest literature.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2328/464
ISSN: 0155-2864
Appears in Collections:No 256 - November, 2003

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