KAFKA
COETZEE
Das Schloss - TheCastle

There are obvious links between the state of civil
anomie through which South Africa is passing i...
DerBau–Theburrow
DerHungerkünstler - A HungerArtist

Not eating in the face of food availability
marks food refusal as subversion and
situa...
DieUmwandlung - TheMetamorphosis

Michael K is compared to an
insect, a termite, an ant, a snail, a
parasite and an insect...
Animal rights
Works cited I
- Attridge, Derek. J.M. Coetzee andtheethicsofreading. Chicago: TheUniversityof Chicago Press, 2004.
- Attwe...
Works cited II
- Head, Dominic. The Cambridge Introduction to J.M. Coetzee. Nueva York: Cambridge University Press, 2009.
...
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  1. 1. KAFKA COETZEE
  2. 2. Das Schloss - TheCastle There are obvious links between the state of civil anomie through which South Africa is passing in Michael K and the nightmarish world of The Castle. (101) David Attwell in South Africa and the Politics of Writing
  3. 3. DerBau–Theburrow
  4. 4. DerHungerkünstler - A HungerArtist Not eating in the face of food availability marks food refusal as subversion and situates starvation as both an affront to and a withdrawal from dominant ideological audience. (110) Laura Wright in “Minor Literature and the Skeleton of Sense: Anorexia, Franz Kafka´s A Hunger Artist and J.M. Coetzee´s Life and Opinions of Michael K”.
  5. 5. DieUmwandlung - TheMetamorphosis Michael K is compared to an insect, a termite, an ant, a snail, a parasite and an insect.
  6. 6. Animal rights
  7. 7. Works cited I - Attridge, Derek. J.M. Coetzee andtheethicsofreading. Chicago: TheUniversityof Chicago Press, 2004. - Attwell, David. DoublingthePoint. Cambridge: Harvard UniversityPress, 1992. ––J.M. Coetzee: SouthAfricaandthePoliticsofWriting. Cape Town: Universityof California Press, 1993. - Barney, Richard. “Between Swift and Kafka: AnimalsandthePoliticsofCoetzee´selusiveFiction.“ Disponible el 1 de setiembre 2013 en:http://www.thefreelibrary.com/Between+Swift+and+Kafka%3a+animals+and+the+politics+of+Coetzee' s...-a0112247755 - Beckett, Samuel. Obras selectas de premios nobel. Barcelona: Planeta, 1994. 3-262. -Coetzee, J.M. Costas extrañas. 2001. Barcelona: Mondadori, 2010.97-113 –– Disgrace. Londres: Vintage, 2000. –– Foe.Londres: Penguin, 1986. ––In theHeartofthe Country. 1977. Londres: Vintage, 2004. –– Life and Times of Michael K. 1983. Londres: Vintage, 1998. -Gordimer, Nadine. “The idea of gardening.” Disponible el 6 de noviembre 2012 en:http://www.nybooks.com/articles/archives/1984/feb/02/the-idea-ofgardening/?pagination=false#fnr2-754774921
  8. 8. Works cited II - Head, Dominic. The Cambridge Introduction to J.M. Coetzee. Nueva York: Cambridge University Press, 2009. -Kafka, Franz. Der Bau. 1923. Disponible el 9 de febrero 2013 en:http://www.textlog.de/32121.html ––Der Prozess. 1925. Disponible el 2 de julio 2013 en: http://www.textlog.de/kafka-der-prozess.html ––Ein Hungerkünstler. 1924. Die neue Rundschau XXXIII, 1922. Disponible el 17 enero 2013 en: http://gutenberg.org/ebooks/30655 ––El castillo. 1926. Disponible el 12 de marzo 2013 en:www.libros.literaturalibre.com –– La Metamorfosis y otros relatos de animales. 1915. Madrid: Espasa Libros, 2010. - Merivale, Patricia. “Audible Palimpsets: Coetzee´s Kafka.” CriticalPerspectiveson J.M. Coetzee. Eds. - - Graham Huggan y Stephen Watson. Londres: Macmillan Press, 1996. 152-167. - Morphet, Tony. "Two Interviews with J. M. Coetzee, 1983 and 1987." Triquarterly 69, 1987. 454–64. -Spivak, GayatriChakravorty. “Ethics and Politics in Tagore, Coetzee, and Certain Scenes of Teaching.” Diacritics, Volumen 32 número 3-4, 2002: 17-31. -Wright, Laura. Minor Literature and the Skeleton of Sense: Anorexia, Franz Kafka's A Hunger Artist, and J. M. Coetzee's Life & Times of Michael K.” Journal of Commonwealth and Postcolonial Studies, Volumen 8, Ejemplar 1, 2001. 109-123 Yeo, Gilbert. “J.M. Coetzee and Samuel Beckett: Nothingness, MinimalismandIndeterminacy”. ARIEL: A Reviewof International EnglishLiterature 31.4, 2000. 117-137. Disponible el 5 de setiembre 2013 en:http://ariel.synergiesprairies.ca/ariel/index.php/ariel/article/viewFile/3466/3407

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