J.M. Coetzee

Sue Thomas reviews 'J.M. Coetzee And The Ethics Of Reading: Literature in the event' by Derek Attridge

Sue Thomas
08 August 2019

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Evelyn Juers reviews 'Stranger Shores: Essays 1986–1999' by J.M. Coetzee

Evelyn Juers
10 July 2019

J.M. Coetzee’s Stranger Shores More

Jim Davidson reviews 'Youth' by J.M. Coetzee

Jim Davidson
10 July 2019

In YouthMore

Geordie Williamson reviews 'Diary of a Bad Year' by J.M. Coetzee

Geordie Williamson
21 June 2019

In 1880, Turgenev visited Tolstoy at his country estate after a long period of estrangement, only to discover that the great novelist had, in the interim, renounced art in favour of ethica More

James Ley reviews 'Slow Man' by J.M. Coetzee

James Ley
03 June 2019

Slow Man begins with an accident. Paul Rayment is cycling along an Adelaide street when he is struck by a car. When he eme More

Tim Mehigan reviews Beyond the Ancient Quarrel: Literature, philosophy and J.M. Coetzee edited by Patrick Hayes and Jan Wilm

Tim Mehigan
25 March 2019

Beyond the Ancient Quarrel: Literature, philosophy and J.M. Coetzee is a new collection of essays on J.M. Coetzee, perhaps the most important author of imaginative literature in t More

Kerryn Goldsworthy reviews 'Elizabeth Costello: Eight lessons' by J.M. Coetzee

Kerryn Goldsworthy
05 March 2019

Something like a double helix of dialectical thinking winds its graceful way through these ‘eight lessons’. Ideas and theories More

Letters to the Editor - June–July 2019

Arnold Zable et al., Roger Levi
24 May 2019

Letters to the Editor: Reflections on Nam Le, David Malouf, J.M. Coetzee, and the true origin of the curate's egg ...

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Letters to the Editor - June–July 2019

Arnold Zable et al., Roger Levi
01 July 2009

Letters to the Editor: Reflections on Nam Le, David Malouf, J.M. Coetzee, and the true origin of the curate's egg ...

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Sue Kossew reviews 'Late Essays: 2006–2017' by J.M. Coetzee

Sue Kossew
24 August 2017

While it is true that the essay as a genre has a long and continuous history, it is not always an easy form to categorise or define. J.M. Coetzee has himself contrasted the ‘rather tight discourse’ of criticism with the relative freedom of writing fiction. Indeed, essays – like those collected in this volume – require ‘slow reading’, a term derived from ... More

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