With electrical intensity of language and insight, J.M. Coetzee reinvents the story of Robinson Crusoe - and in so doing, directs our attention to the seduction and tyranny of storytelling itself. The stories we thought we knew acquire depths that are at once treacherous, elegant, and unexpectedly moving.
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Review: FoeUser Review - Adam - Goodreads
Susan Barton finds herself washed up on a desert island. She is rescued by a black African, named Friday, who takes her to the island's only white inhabitant, another castaway called Cruso. Cruso and ... Read full review
Review: FoeUser Review - Lukasz Pruski - Goodreads
JM Coetzee's "Foe" is my eighth book by this author, and one that I like the least. I understand that I am just being obtuse, but I see this novella as somewhat incoherent and lacking precision of the ... Read full review