[PDF] JM Coetzee

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trentaine de langues et abondamment prims Laurat du prix Femina tranger et par deux fois du Booker Prize il a reu le prix Nobel de littrature en Du mme auteur € Tlcharger Biographie de JM Coetzee | Philosophie Magazine L’Abattoir de verre de J M Coetzee • L’Abattoir de verre de J M Coetzee Traduit de l’anglais Afriue du Sud par Georges Lory Seuil p € Il y a une uin Upon reading this book I wanted to revisit all my reviews of Coetzee s books on this forum and revise them in light of the new information I had received on his life But then I paused and let the record stand by following one of Coetzee s maxims let the book stand on its own merit the writer does not have to explain it or his motivation for writing itThis is a rather large but a very engrossing biography that I read from end to end and annotated at length of a colonial writer who came to writing by accident he wanted to be a mathematician shunned publicity although it followed him relentlessly and won every award in the global literary hierarchy Coetzee is revealed as a recluse rather cold and distant whose personal life is marred by tragedy his son killed mysteriously his daughter reduced to a vegetated state due to multiple illnesses his first wife dead prematurely of cancer his father an alcoholic Growing up during Apartheid he tried to flee his country twice once to England and once to the US but ended back in the mother country to write his best books that culminated in the Nobel Prize before finally making it to Australia in his early 60 s where all he could produce were books in which he was the principle character books that did not have the dramatic heft of his South African period and were thinly veiled philosophical musings parading as novelsUnlike other militant South African writers of the period such as Nadine Godimer Coetzee walked a fine line when exposing the underbelly of Apartheid using allegory and parable to hint at what was wrong with his homeland His work was experimental often autobiographical and he was criticized for dabbling in such fictional musings like Foe a rehash of the Robinson Crusoe tale that had no obvious bearing on his country s ills at the time It was only when Waiting for the Barbarians was published that the parallels between his fictive universe and South Africa came out And when Disgrace was published in 2001 he pulled out all the stops and levelled his critical lens on the new South Africa post Apartheid that was still dealing with a myriad of issues from the transition of power Disgrace earned him the Nobel but also created the conditions to push him out of South Africa to find a new home a less hostile one accommodating although sterile in subject matter and he found it in Adelaide AustraliaFor all his reclusiveness Coetzee was nurtured in academia where his literary efforts were recognized and promoted He worked as a professor of literature at the University of Cape Town for 30 years and was a guest lecturer at the University of Chicago for several years following his retirement from active academia He purposely pushed his work overseas wanting always to be recognized as an international writer not just a South African one and he managed his career scrupulously conserving his energy to devote it where his efforts had maximum impact often declining lectures appearances and interviews that would drain him He was not afraid to object on principle to comment on the compositions of each book s cover and to argue contracts with publishers and agents and even with the government His early work was constantly embargoed by the South African censors when it was published overseas and shipped home But as his fame increased and his asset value as a bankable international South African brand flourished the censors backed offIn his Australian phase novels like Elizabeth Costello a female alter ego of the writer Slow Man Diary of a Bad Year and Summertime all feature protagonists who resemble Coetzee some even bearing his name The books are heavily didactic with the author s views on the world being openly broadcast within thin plot lines that continue to faintly identify themselves as novels Having read them all I was less than enamoured with these later works as have the critics feeling that the power left Coetzee after he left that crucible of literary material his native South AfricaThere are lots that can be said about this biography but suffice to say that it is a good primer on the evolution of a serious writer dubbed as the greatest living one today It s also ironic that the Afrikaans biographer JC Kannemeyer died before the book was published while Coetzee who has portrayed himself dead in some of his books like Summertime still rides on to write new allegorical tales like The Childhood of Jesus which upon reading this biography strikes me as another thinly veiled post Apartheid tale The only uestion in my mind is has Coetzee now elevated himself to the status of Jesus Crash into Me et toute 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