J. M. Coetzee

J. M. Coetzee won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2003 and is the author of 23 books, which have been translated into many languages. He was the first author to be awarded the Booker Prize twice, first for Life & Times of Michael K and then for Disgrace. A native of South Africa, he now lives in Adelaide, Australia.


ARTICLES FEATURING J.M.

Fiction: New & Noteworthy

THIS WEEK, Elissa Schappell and Kyle McCarthy consider the influence of Alice Munro in light of her Nobel Prize, and we ...


A Strange Allegory: JM Coetzee’s “The Childhood of Jesus”


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