Youth

Scenes from Provincial Life II

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The narrator of Youth, a student in the South Africa of the 1950s, has long been plotting an escape from his native country: from the stifling love of his mother, a father whose failures haunt him, and what he is sure is impending revolution. Studyin ...Continua
Poyel
Ha scritto il 01/02/12
There is a young man that travels through his youth using his ideal of poets and artists as an excuse for his fear, fear of doing really something, of taking responsibilities. He hopes to be equal to Eliot and Pound, but does not strive to be like th...Continua
Leli
Ha scritto il 11/07/11

C R E S C I CHE TI PASSA.

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Paul Yeung
Ha scritto il 11/08/10
"You don't flip the pages of a Coetzee when you're under a loathing for mankind and the world at large," Asha Surkha told me once. "His books are ugly. but only when you know how ugly is an object and you still decide to love it, it's true love." Tis...Continua
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Amily
Ha scritto il 01/10/09

It's a South African writer, this novel isn't the most famous one of his, but the style of writing is amazing!!


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