‘J.M. Coetzee’s Disgrace’ recommended in the Times Literary Supplement

By | March 2, 2011

I was delighted to read this fantastic article in the Times Literary Supplement last week for two reasons. Firstly, for it's lucid and engaging analysis of why Coetzee is the 'most credible literary authority on the body' and suffering; and secondly, because it recommends our book J.M Coetzee's Disgrace by Andrew van der Vlies:

Van der Vlies 'The detailed account of central themes, alongside a narrative of Disgrace's historical context and reception will bolster the thinking of any casual reader' Times Literary Supplement

I couldn't agree more! This book has also been recommended by Peter D. McDonald (Oxford University, UK and author of The Literature Police: Apartheid Censorship and it's Cultural Consequences) as 'as essential guide for all new and not-so-new readers eager to find their own way through this vitally important, absorbingly labyrinthine fiction'. To find out more about this book click here. 

 

Jenny Tighe, Marketing Executive

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