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us: Coetzee, J. M., 1940-



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    • us: Coetzee, John M., 1940-
    • us: Кутзее, Дж. М., 1940-
    • us: Kutzee, Dzh. M., 1940-
    • us: קוטזי, ג׳. מ., 1940־
    • us: Кутзее, Джон Максвелл, 1940-
    • us: Kutzee, Dzhon Maksvell, 1940-
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    • found: His Life & times of Michael K, 1984: CIP t.p. (J.M. Coetzee)
    • found: LC data base, 6-3-83 (hdg.: Coetzee, J. M., 1940- )
    • found: His Doubling the point, 1992: CIP t.p. (J.M. Coetzee) data sheet (John M. Coetzee)
    • found: "Not grace, then, but at least the body", c2005: t.p. (J.M. Coetzees Schriften) p. 9 (John Maxwell Coetzee)
    • found: Medlennyĭ chelovek, 2006: t.p. (Дж. М. Кутзее = Dzh. M. Kutzee)
    • found: Wikipedia, Dec. 3, 2007 (John Maxwell "J.M." Coetzee; b. 9 Feb. 1940) Russian site (Джон Максвелл Кутзее = Dzhon Maksvell Kutzee) {http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/J.M._Coetzee}
    • found: Nobel Foundation WWW site, viewed Dec. 3, 2007 (J.M. Coetzee; John Maxwell Coetzee; b. in Cape Town, South Africa, 9 Feb. 1940; Nobel Prize for literature 2003) {http://nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/literature/laureates/2003/coetzee-bio.html}
    • found: Dictionary of African Biography , accessed via The Oxford African American Studies Center online database, July 27, 2014: (Coetzee, J. M.; fiction writer); born 9 February 1940 in Cape Town, South Africa; matriculated from Saint Joseph's College in Cape Town (1956); BA Honors degrees in English and mathematics, University of Cape Town (1957-1961); worked as a computer programmer in England (1962-1965); in 1963 returned briefly to Cape Town and completed his MA dissertation on the fiction of Ford Madox Ford; PhD at the University of Texas at Austin (1965-1969); started writing fiction and took up a teaching position at the State University of New York at Buffalo (1969); sought permanent residence in the United States, but this was denied because of his involvement in anti-Vietnam war protests; returned to South Africa and began teaching at the University of Cape Town (1972); his novels Life & Times of Michael K (1983) and Disgrace (1999) both won the Booker Prize, making him the first novelist to have received the prize twice: his other novels have also won major literary awards; emigrated to Australia in 2002, taking up a position at the University of Adelaide; became an Australian citizen in 2006)
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    • PR9369.3.C58
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