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  • A glimpse into J. M. Coetzee’s bound drafts

    A glimpse into J. M. Coetzee’s bound drafts

    By Molly Schwartzburg, Harry Ransom Center
    Published: Oct. 18, 2011

    The Ransom Center’s literature curator combed through the Nobel-winning writer and alum’s archive and discovered more than his elegant handwriting.

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      Nadav said on Oct. 19, 2011 at 3:14 a.m.
      I never gave much thought to the process of writing a book. Reading here shows that it's very complicated, but can be very thought provoking. Writing five drafts, each with different relationships of the main characters, can be exhausting. The sixth and final version is once again completely different. Amazing! Nadav
  • Economist discusses Nobel Prize
    Economist discusses Nobel Prize
    Carping from time to time over the unworthiness or politics of a particular Nobel...
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