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“The Master of Petersburg” novel is a provocative and ironic exploration of the relation of art and life. J. M. Coetzee is the author of this novel. Coetzee’s work includes Waiting for the Barbarians, Life & Times of Michael K, Foe, and Slow Man, among others. The novel story is set in 1869 and the narrative echoes in the present once it portrays a man in quest of the truth. This truth is linked to social problems of dissatisfaction and will of revolution. The insight and depth into human suffering and understanding is part of J M Coetzee’s legacy. It does not matter that no one can adequately present the inside universe of the great man like Dostoyevski, Coetzee’s Dostoyevski is his trusty image.
Without greatness and mistique which is invoked by the title ‘great’, Dostoyevski is just another one of the “poor men”, obsessed with memory, possessive love for his foster child, in the same time categorically refusing to accept his son’s world, young, revolutionary Russia, thinking that those kinds of times are long gone (1848). In short, it is a wonderful book, which unfortunately will not present itself in histories of literature as a great work, but will undoubtedly present itself as a great work in a hearts of a reader.
Details About The Master of Petersburg PDF
- Name: The Master of Petersburg
- Author: J. M. Coetzee
- Publish Date: November 1, 1995
- Genre: History
- Language: English
- Format: PDF
- Size: 29.3 MB
- Pages: 256
- Price: Free
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