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On Kafka and Coetzee

My essay on Kafka and JM Coetzee is in the current issue of Southerly. This is an Australian journal (and quite possibly the most prestigious journal on the continent), so, unfortunately, it’s not cheap if you live outside of Australia, but I do hope some of you purchase it. The subject-matter here cuts pretty deeply for me, and these are two authors whom I feel closest to of virtually everyone I’ve ever read, and I think it shows in the essay.

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