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Doubling the Point: Essays and Interviews
* Author's Note * Editor's Introduction Beckett * Interview * The Comedy of Point of View in Beckett's Murphy (1970) * The Manuscript Revisions of Beckett's Watt (1972) * Samuel Beckett and theExpand
Introduction: South African Fiction after Apartheid
MFS Modern Fiction Studies, Volume 46, number 1, Spring 2000. Copyright © for the Purdue Research Foundation by the Johns Hopkins University Press. All rights to reproduction in any form reserved.Expand
J.M. Coetzee: South Africa and the Politics of Writing
David Attwell defends the literary and political integrity of South African novelist J.M. Coetzee by arguing that Coetzee has absorbed the textual turn of postmodern culture while still addressingExpand
The Problem of History in the Fiction of J. M. Coetzee
J. M. Coetzee completed his Ph.D. at the University of Texas at Austin in 1969 by submitting a stylistic analysis of the English fiction of Samuel Beckett. It is a complex essay, rigorouslyExpand
J. M. Coetzee and the Life of Writing: Face-to-face with Time
Preface. The Coetzee Papers 1. An alphabet of trees. Autobiography. The uses of impersonality. 2. Recusant Afrikaners. Identity drift 3. 1 January 1970. The beginning. Dusklands 4. Karoo. The belovedExpand
Race In Disgrace
This essay raises questions about the authorship and representativeness of the ANC's response to Disgrace in its submission to the South African Human Rights Commission's hearings into racism in theExpand