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From the author of Waiting for the Barbarians and the Booker-Prize-winning Life & Times of Michael K, a dazzling new novel--his first in five yearsDisgrace--set in post-apartheid Cape Town and on a remote farm in the Eastern Cape--is deft, lean, quie ...Continua
Ha scritto il 29/09/17


Ha scritto il 14/09/14
"I'll do it. But only as long as I don't have to become a better person"

"The question is not, How can we keep the imagination pure, protected from the onslaughts of reality? The question has to be, Can we find a way for the two to coexist?".


E.T. forever ...
Ha scritto il 14/09/14
After years teaching Romantic poetry at the Technical University of Cape Town, David Laurie, middle-aged and twice divorced, has an impulsive affair with a student. he is denounced and willing to admit his guilty, but refusing to repent publicly, he...Continua
Gn Mazzoni
Ha scritto il 26/08/13
mi è piaciuto soprattutto lo stile scarno, asciutto. Le tematiche affrontate : sesso ,amore, razzismo, rapporto padre_figlia,violenza, stupro, aborto, vita in Sudafrica dopo l'apartheid sono troppe per essere approfondite . Inoltre apparentemente n...Continua
Jeffrey Choy
Ha scritto il 03/08/12
This book is far too immense to analyse. The spectrum of issues Coetzee intended to discuss or insinuate is much more than I could comprehend. Even the scholars are playing guess game in their papers. But at least, it provokes me to learn more about...Continua

Ha scritto il Apr 23, 2009, 12:46
Sapphic love: an excuse for putting on weight.
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