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Coetzee

J(ohn) M(ichael). born 1940, South African novelist: his works include Life and Times of Michael K (1983), Age of Iron (1990), Disgrace (1999), and Elizabeth Costello (2003)
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Amongst an array of South African novelists dealing with the geography of Agamben's exclusion, one can easily distinguish two: John Maxwell Coetzee and Zakes Mda.
Tony Eprile in line with John Maxwell Coetzee on the importance of memory in democratic South Africa.
Ivask described Alonso's lectures and ensuing discussions as marked by "an atmosphere of respectful intimacy," which we encountered here again thirty years later as John Maxwell Coetzee, in his measured and thoughtful way, quietly led us to examine literature and ourselves from new and often disquieting perspectives.