Postcard from the NY Antiquarian Book Fair(s), 2017
Fine Books & Collections Magazine (blog)
And ... two further purchases were made: a medical treatise on the eye from 1833 with a dazzling illustration and lovely contemporary marbled boards, from Jarndyce Booksellers; and the South African first edition of J. M. Coetzee's The Life & Times of ...
The Smart Set
Like the namesake of his most recent novels, J. M. Coetzee speaks to us in parables. The Childhood of Jesus and The Schooldays of Jesus, like Disgrace and Summertime before them, give us politically charged stories seemingly without side.
'Schooldays of Jesus' continues Coetzee's puzzling, irritating saga
In 2003, the South African writer J.M. Coetzee won the Nobel Prize in literature. But since then, his fiction has strained mightily to repel any reader who might be interested. The Schooldays of Jesus, Coetzee's new novel, is a sequel to his equally ...
Puzzling parable of two adults and a boy who go to a new town in a tale that doesn't go anywhere
The Boston Globe
J.M. Coetzee's new novel “The Schooldays of Jesus” begins with an epigraph from “Don Quixote” that translates as “some people say second parts (are) never very good.” “The Schooldays of Jesus” is a sequel to “The Childhood of Jesus” (2013), and ...