J. M. Coetzee - Fogaskerekek - Kritikai írások
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J. M. Coetzee - Fogaskerekek - Kritikai írások
Gears - Critical Writings J.M. Coetzee collects literary essays written between 2000 and 2005. The works of the writers discussed in the first half of the volume can mostly be linked to the spirit of...

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Book subcategory Essays and studies
Author J. M. Coetzee
Publisher Athenaeum Kiadó
Year of publication 2020

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Gears - Critical Writings J.M. Coetzee collects literary essays written between 2000 and 2005. The works of the writers discussed in the first half of the volume can mostly be linked to the spirit of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy at the end of the century. Thus, this section also deals with the books of Italo Svevo, Joseph Roth, Bruno Schulz and Sándor Márai. Coetzee, however, provides an in-depth analysis of the work of prominent figures in 20th-century German literature: Robert Musil, Robert Walser, Walter Benjamin (Arcade Project), Joseph Roth, Gunter Grass, and W. G. Sebald, as well as an essay on the poet Paul Celan.

Graham Greene’s Brighton Rock, as well as the shorter-breathed writings of Samuel Beckett, long admired by Coetzee, were also given a separate chapter. A critique of the works of Walt Whitman, William Faulkner, Saul Bellow, Arthur Miller, and Philip Roth from American literature is included in the volume. The collection of essays concludes with three studies by fellow Nobel laureates (Nadine Gordimer, Gabriel García Márquez and V. S. Naipaul).

Authors discussed: Italo Svevo, Robert Walser, Robert Musil, Walter Benjamin, Bruno Schulz, Joseph Roth, Sándor Márai, Paul Celan, Günter Grass, WG Sebald, Hugo Claus, Graham Greene, Samuel Beckett, Walt Whitman, William Faulkner, Saul Bellow , Arthur Miller, Philip Roth, Nadine Gordimer, Gabriel García Márquez, VS Naipaul

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"Coetzee himself is generally not considered a European or American writer: he spent most of his career in South Africa and half of his novels are set in that country. He currently lives in Australia and his latest novel, Slow Man, is the scene of his" host city. ", Adelaide. The writers discussed in the last three essays (Nadine Gordimer, Gabriel García Márquez, and VS Naipaul), like Coetzee, do not have a metropolitan background and share in the global acclaim sealed with the Nobel Prize for Literature. In their case, Coetzee is not the one. he focuses on the author's career, but on a specific novel, so these three essays are not read as a retrospective appreciation, but as a dialogue with contemporaries. Coetzee expects his works to be judged by the same strict standards as he judges others. "
(Excerpt from Derek Attridge's preface)

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