Age of Bronze, State of Grace: Music and Dogs in Coetzee's Disgrace

Attridge, Derek
September 2000
Novel: A Forum on Fiction;Fall2000, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p98
Academic Journal
Literary Criticism
Analyzes the novel 'Disgrace,' a sequel of 'Age of Iron,' by South African writer J.M. Coetzee. Reception of Coetzee's works in South Africa; Concern regarding the influence of Coetzee's work on post-apartheid South Africa; Relation of 'Disgrace' to its historical and political context.


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