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    y separately published work icon The Bloomsbury Handbook to J. M. Coetzee Andrew Van Der Vlies (editor), Lucy Valerie Graham (editor), London : Bloomsbury Academic , 2023 27645142 2023 anthology criticism

    'J. M. Coetzee – novelist, essayist, public intellectual, and Nobel Laureate in Literature (2003) – is widely recognized as one of the towering literary figures of the last half century. With chapters written by leading and emerging scholars from across the world, The Bloomsbury Handbook to J. M. Coetzee offers the most comprehensive available exploration of the variety, range and significance of his work.

    'The volume covers a wealth of topics, including:

    '· The full span of Coetzee's work from his poetry to his essays and major fiction, including Waiting for the Barbarians, Disgrace and the Jesus novels
    · Biographical details and archival approaches
    · Coetzee's sources and influences, including engagements with Modernism, South African, Australian, Russian and Latin American literatures
    · Interdisciplinary perspectives, including on visual cultures, music, philosophy, computational systems and translation.

    'The Bloomsbury Handbook to J. M. Coetzee provides indispensable scholarly perspectives, covers emerging debates and maps the future direction of Coetzee studies.' (Publication summary)

    London : Bloomsbury Academic , 2023
    pg. 305-316
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