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John Maxwell "J.M." Coetzee (born February 9 1940) is an author and academic from South Africa (now an Australian citizen living in South Australia). A novelist and literary critic as well as a translator.

List of works

Coetzee's published work consists of fiction, fictionalised autobiographies (which he terms "autrebiography"), and non-fiction.

Fiction

Fictionalised autobiography

Non-fiction

Translations and introductions


Film and TV adaptations




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