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After The Childhood of Jesus and The Schooldays of Jesus, J. M. Coetzee completes his trilogy with a new masterwork, The Death of Jesus


David has grown to be a tall ten-year-old. He is a natural at soccer, and loves kicking a ball around with his friends. His father Simón and Bolívar the dog usually watch. His mother Inés works in a fashion boutique. 


David still asks lots of questions. In dancing class at the Academy of Music he dances as he chooses. He refuses to do sums and will not read any books except Don Quixote. 


One day Julio Fabricante, the director of a nearby orphanage, invites David and his friends to form a proper soccer team. David decides he will leave Simón and Inés to live with Julio. Before long he succumbs to a mysterious illness. 


In The Death of Jesus, J. M. Coetzee continues to explore the meaning of a world empty of memory but brimming with questions.


J. M. Coetzee was the first author to win the Booker Prize twice and was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2003. His work includes Waiting for the BarbariansLife and Times of Michael KThe Master of PetersburgDisgrace and Diary of a Bad Year. He lives in Adelaide.


‘Freed from literary convention, Mr Coetzee writes not to provide answers, but to ask great questions.’ Economist

‘Coetzee is the most radical shapeshifter alive.’ Australian

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2019
1 October
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
240
Pages
PUBLISHER
The Text Publishing Company
SELLER
Text Publishing
SIZE
1.3
MB

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