Paperback $16.00

Nov 01, 2000 | 224 Pages

  • Paperback $16.00

    Nov 01, 2000 | 224 Pages

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“Disgrace is not a hard or obscure bookit is, among other things, compulsively readablebut what it may well be is an authentically spiritual document, a lament for the soul of a disgraced century.”—The New Yorker

“A subtly brilliant commentary on the nature and balance of power in his homeland…. Disgrace is a mini-opera without music by a writer at the top of his form.”—Time

“Mr. Coetzee, in prose lean yet simmering with feeling, has indeed achieved a lasting work: a novel as haunting and powerful as Albert Camus’s The Stranger.”—The Wall Street Journal

“A tough, sad, stunning novel.”—Baltimore Sun

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