J. M. Coetzee, Inner Workings: Essays 2000-2005

Literary blog reviews Coetzee essay collection
Times Flow Stemmed has posted a review of J. M. Coetzee's Inner Workings: Essays 2000-2005: 'Literary essays by novelists are rarely worth reading. Coetzee, like Woolf and Kundera, is an exception. Inner Workings is compiled from five introductions by Coetzee to contemporary editions of works by Graham Greene, Arthur Miller, Robert Musil, Samuel Beckett and Hugo Claus, together with 15 essays for The New York Review of Books.' [Read More]

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