Tag Archives: Nobel Prize for Literature

Youth by J. M. Coetzee

J. M. Coetzee’s Youth is a semi-fictionalized autobiographical novel, published in 2002. In the novel, a young man during the 1960s, after graduating in mathematics and English, flees South Africa and settles in London. He doesn’t want to cope with the political … Continue reading

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The Stranger by Albert Camus

Ths Stranger or The Outsider, by Albert Camus, is the story of Meursault, an Algerian who is living in North Africa. One day Meursault murders an Arab. The story isn’t that simple and at the same time it is that straightforward. Camus … Continue reading

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Buddenbrooks by Thomas Mann

During the month of November, I participated in the German Literature Month event hosted by Caroline from Beauty is a Sleeping Cat and Lizzy from Lizzy’s Literary Life.  For this event I read Buddenbrooks by Thomas Mann.  Mann published this … Continue reading

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