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Coetzee, in full John Maxwell Coetzee, born February 9, , Cape Town , South Africa , South African novelist, critic, and translator noted for his novels about the effects of colonization. In he won the Nobel Prize for Literature. Coetzee was educated at the University of Cape Town B. An opponent of apartheid , he nevertheless returned to live in South Africa , where he taught English at the University of Cape Town, translated works from the Dutch, and wrote literary criticism. He also held visiting professorships at a number of universities.

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The family moved to Worcester when he was eight, after his father had lost his government job. Upon retirement in , he was awarded Emeritus status.

He has also written autobiographical novels, such as Boyhood, Youth and Summertime, short fiction, translations from Dutch and Afrikaans, and numerous essays and works of criticism. Awards, recognition, appearances Edit Coetzee has been the recipient of numerous awards throughout his career, although he has a reputation for avoiding award ceremonies. Summertime , named on the longlist, [24] was an early favourite to win an unprecedented third Booker Prize for Coetzee.

The Centre runs workshops with practitioners with the aim of providing "a stimulating environment for emerging and established writers, scholars and musicians".

The Centre was established in It was described as "the culmination of an enormous collaborative effort and the first event of its kind in Australia" and "a reflection of the deep esteem in which John Coetzee is held by Australian academia".

He went on to say that "South African literature is a literature in bondage. It is a less than fully human literature. It is exactly the kind of literature you would expect people to write from prison". He called on the South African government to abandon its apartheid policy. Only the future will tell what the TRC managed to achieve". Writing about his past in the third person , Coetzee states in Doubling the Point that: Politically, the raznochinets can go either way.

But during his student years he, this person, this subject, my subject, steers clear of the right. As a child in Worcester he has seen enough of the Afrikaner right, enough of its rant, to last him a lifetime.

In fact, even before Worcester he has perhaps seen more of cruelty and violence than should have been allowed to a child. So as a student he moves on the fringes of the left without being part of the left. The language of politics, with its new economistic bent, is even more repellent than it was fifteen years ago". Now I know they were just pioneers ahead of their time".

He is a vegetarian. Coetzee wrote: "I support the sentiments expressed by John Banville. There is no good reason — in fact there has never been any good reason, scientific or pedagogical — to require students to cut up living animals. Trinity College brings shame on itself by continuing with the practice. Banville then personally telephoned Liveline to call the practice "absolutely disgraceful" and recalled how his efforts to raise the matter and the intervention of Coetzee had been to no avail: "I was passing by the front gates of Trinity one day and there was a group of mostly young women protesting and I was interested.

I went over and I spoke to them and they said that vivisection experiments were being carried out in the college. This was a great surprise to me and a great shock, so I wrote a letter of protest to The Irish Times. Some lady professor from Trinity wrote back essentially saying Mr.

Banville should stick to his books and leave us scientists to our valuable work. If I had done any good I would have kept it on.

I mean, I got John Coetzee, you know, the famous novelist, J. Coetzee, I got him to write a letter to The Irish Times. I asked a lot of people. His candidature was however rejected by the Dutch election board, which argued that candidates had to prove legal residence in the European Union to be allowed. He does not drink, smoke, or eat meat. He cycles vast distances to keep fit and spends at least an hour at his writing-desk each morning, seven days a week.

A colleague who has worked with him for more than a decade claims to have seen him laugh just once. An acquaintance has attended several dinner parties where Coetzee has uttered not a single word. He does not know me and is not qualified to talk about my character.

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J. M. Coetzee

The family moved to Worcester when he was eight, after his father had lost his government job. Upon retirement in , he was awarded Emeritus status. He has also written autobiographical novels, such as Boyhood, Youth and Summertime, short fiction, translations from Dutch and Afrikaans, and numerous essays and works of criticism. Awards, recognition, appearances[ edit ] Coetzee has been the recipient of numerous awards throughout his career, although he has a reputation for avoiding award ceremonies. Summertime , named on the longlist, [24] was an early favourite to win an unprecedented third Booker Prize for Coetzee. The Centre runs workshops with practitioners with the aim of providing "a stimulating environment for emerging and established writers, scholars and musicians".

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J.M. Coetzee

The family moved to Worcester when he was eight, after his father had lost his government job. Upon retirement in , he was awarded Emeritus status. He has also written autobiographical novels, such as Boyhood, Youth and Summertime, short fiction, translations from Dutch and Afrikaans, and numerous essays and works of criticism. Awards, recognition, appearances Edit Coetzee has been the recipient of numerous awards throughout his career, although he has a reputation for avoiding award ceremonies. Summertime , named on the longlist, [24] was an early favourite to win an unprecedented third Booker Prize for Coetzee.

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Dusklands: Coetzee's Essential Debut Novel

Plot[ edit ] The first story, "The Vietnam Project", relates the gradual descent into insanity of its protagonist Eugene Dawn. Eugene works for a U. However, his work on mythography and psychological operations is taking a heavy toll on him; his fall culminates in him stabbing his own son, Martin. The second story, "The Narrative of Jacobus Coetzee", which takes place in the 18th century, is an account of a hunting expedition into the then "unexplored" interior of South Africa. After crossing the Orange River , Jacobus meets with a Namaqua tribe to trade, but suddenly falls ill. He is attended to by the tribe and gradually recovers, only to get into a fight for which he is expelled from the village. His last slave dying on the way home, he returns alone and later organizes a punitive expedition against the Namaqua.

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