by J M Coetzee
Hardcover: Jul 1999
Paperback: Oct 2000
Written with the austere clarity that has made Coetzee the winner of
two Booker Prizes and the Nobel Prize, Disgrace explores the downfall of one man and dramatizes the plight of a
country caught in the chaotic aftermath of centuries of...
Unafraid to show his traumatized characters' constant groping for emotional catharsis, Foer demonstrates once again that he is one of the few contemporary writers willing to risk sentimentalism in order to address great questions of truth, love and...