Issue Details: First known date: 2012... 2012 Arias in the Prison of Opinion : Coetzee's Late Novels
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'Hahn shares the opinions of J. M. Coetzee's late novels. The appearance of Disgrace (1999) solidified the already ample prestige of Coetzee, garnering him a rare second Booker Prize and providing the final piece of evidence for his Nobel Prize. The awards and the critical acclaim were not unexpected, since Coetzee's seven previous novels (notably Waiting for the Barbarians and Life & Times of Michael K) had by then secured their author a prodigious international reputation and made him the subject of intense scholarly attention and discussion. The surprise of Disgrace was its popular success.' (Editor's abstract)

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    y Kenyon Review vol. 34 no. 1 Winter 2012 Z1887151 2012 periodical issue 2012 pg. 176-196, 200
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