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NOBEL LITERATURE
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October 06, 2003
Distinguished Service Professor John Maxwell Coetzee prepares to teach
his class in Plato at the University...
Chicago, United States of America
NOBEL PRIZE WINNER JOHN MAXWELL COETZEE PREPARES TO TEACH CLASS.
Distinguished Service Professor John Maxwell Coetzee prepares to teach
his class in Plato at the University of Chicago, October 6, 2003. South
African novelist Coetzee won the 2003 Nobel Prize in Literature on
Thursday, a choice hailed by critics who described him as an elusive
man but accessible writer, both literary and politically engaged. A
white South African raised in an English-speaking home and writing in
English despite his Afrikaans background, he portrays a desolate vision
of his racially divided country with a lean, allegorical style compared
with Franz Kafka and Samuel Beckett.

REUTERS/Frank Polich
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