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close-up of Jimmy. Even the book jacket folds out to this incredibly intricate page, like a treasure map. Disgrace By J . M . Coetzee A South African college professor has an affair with one of his students, gets caught, and as a result, moves out of the
many articles on South African writers, including the poet Jeremy Cronin and the novelists Zakes Mda, Nadine Gordimer, J . M . Coetzee , and Mark Behr. In addition to her scholarly work, she enjoys running and listening to music, especially music by African
confined to a particular era or a particular place. Return to South Africa's bookshelf. Life and Times of Michael K By J . M . Coetzee Coetzee is the latest winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature, and his reputation as a writer was solidified by this work
directly. But every South African novelist after Paton has had to take account of it. Writers such as Nadine Gordimer and J . M . Coetzee have commented on Paton's work in their critical writing, but their fiction has mainly responded to him by indirect reaction