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Scope and Contents

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Separated Material

Administrative Information

Sources:

Description of Series

Series I. Writings, 1960s-2012, undated

Series II. Business Correspondence, 1969-2006

Series III. Research materials, circa 1960s-2009

Series IV. Personal and Career-Related, 1864-2010

Series V. Serial Publications, 1955-2012 (also see index)

Series VI. Publicity, 1974-2012

Index

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University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

J. M. Coetzee:

An Inventory of His Papers at the Harry Ransom Center



Creator: Coetzee, J. M., 1940-
Title: J. M. Coetzee Papers
Dates: 1864-2012 (bulk 1960-2012)
Abstract: The papers document all of Coetzee's major writings and include notes, typescripts, background research materials and publicity. Correspondence and materials documenting personal and family history are also present.
Call Number: Manuscript Collection MS-0842
Extent: 140 document boxes (58.33 linear feet), 13 oversize boxes (osb), 1 galley file (gf)
Language: English, Afrikaans, Dutch, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese
Repository: The University of Texas at Austin, Harry Ransom Center

Biographical Sketch

John Maxwell Coetzee was born on February 9, 1940, in the suburbs of Cape Town, South Africa. His father, Zacharias Coetzee, was an attorney and served in World War II as a noncommissioned officer, in the South African 6th Armoured Division. His mother, Vera Wehmeyer Coetzee, was a school teacher. Coetzee lived in numerous small towns in rural Cape Province but spent most of his early life, and received his early schooling, in Cape Town. Both of his parents dissociated themselves from the apartheid policies of the Afrikaner nationalist movement that came to power in 1948, resulting in his father's loss of a government job and the family's move to Worcester when Coetzee was eight. He also spent many childhood holidays at his uncle's farm in the Karoo, a semi-desert region of South Africa. Although most of his relatives spoke Afrikaans, Coetzee was exposed to English in the various schools he attended and was accustomed to speaking English in the home.

Coetzee later attended St. Joseph's College in Cape Town, a Roman Catholic boys' school. He entered the University of Cape Town in 1957, where he studied mathematics and English. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree with Honors in both English and Mathematics in 1960 and 1961 respectively. In 1962, Coetzee relocated to London, England, where he worked as an applications programmer for International Business Machines (IBM) from 1962 to 1963, and with International Computers in Bracknell, England, as systems programmer from 1964 to 1965. While working in England, he was awarded his master's degree in English from the University of Cape Town for the successful completion of his thesis "The Works of Ford Madox Ford with Particular Reference to the Novels." In 1963, he married Philippa Jubber (1939-1991).

Although Coetzee was able to write poetry and study literature in his spare time, he grew dissatisfied with computer programming and decided to complete his graduate studies. In 1965, he travelled to Austin, Texas, on the Fulbright exchange program to study linguistics at The University of Texas. His son Nicolas was born in 1966. Having completed his dissertation on the stylistic analysis of the English fiction of Samuel Beckett, Coetzee left Texas in 1968. He received his Ph.D. in 1969.

In 1968, Coetzee began his career as a professor at The University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, where he taught English literature. His daughter Gisela was born in 1968. While at Buffalo, Coetzee witnessed many student protests over issues such as racial bias, the Vietnam War, and ROTC presence on campus. In 1970, Coetzee was involved in a campus protest that ended in his arrest along with 44 other faculty members. Troubled by these events, he began writing his first major work, Dusklands, which was executed in two parts, "The Vietnam Project" and "The Narrative of Jacobus Coetzee," and explores issues of western imperialism, dominant regimes, and forms of repression.

In 1971, having been denied permanent residence in the United States, Coetzee returned to South Africa, where he began teaching at the University of Cape Town. Coetzee held a series of positions there from 1972 to 2002. His final position was Distinguished Professor of Literature. In 1977, Coetzee published In the Heart of the Country, which won South Africa's highest literary award, the Central News Agency Literary Award (CNA Literary Award; CNA Prize). His next work of fiction, Waiting for the Barbarians (1980), received critical acclaim and set Coetzee on the international stage. Philippa Jubber and Coetzee divorced in 1980.

In 1983, Coetzee won Britain's Man Booker Prize for Life & Times of Michael K., underscoring his earlier accomplishments and establishing his international renown. He followed this with Foe (1986), Age of Iron (1990), and The Master of Petersburg (1994). Coetzee suffered a tragedy in 1989 with the accidental death of his son Nicolas--an event that had a significant influence on his novel The Master of Petersburg. In 1999, the novel Disgrace earned Coetzee another Booker Prize, making him the first writer to win the coveted prize twice. Disgrace also won the 2000 Commonwealth Writer's Prize.

During the 1980s and 1990s, Coetzee frequently traveled to the United States for lectures, readings, and other university engagements. He was particularly involved at the University at Buffalo, Johns Hopkins University, Harvard University, Stanford University, and the University of Chicago, where he served as a member of the Committee on Social Thought.

Coetzee has written three fictionalized autobiographies: Boyhood (1997), Youth (2002), and Summertime (2009), as well as a fictionalized lecture entitled The Lives of Animals (1999), which comprises a portion of the later work Elizabeth Costello (2003). In addition to his works of fiction, Coetzee has published numerous articles and reviews. Many of his reviews have appeared in the New York Review of Books. A few of his shorter works were published as collections of essays: White Writing (1988); Doubling the Point (David Attwell, ed. 1992); Giving Offense (1996); Stranger Shores (2001). He has also translated a number of Dutch and Afrikaans works.

In 2002 Coetzee emigrated from South Africa to Australia, where he took the position of honorary research fellow in the English Department of the University of Adelaide. His partner, Dorothy Driver, is a fellow academic who holds a professorship in the English Department at Adelaide. In 2003 the Swedish Academy announced that Coetzee was the year's recipient of the Nobel Prize in Literature, stating that "in innumerable guises [he] portrays the surprise involvement of the outsider." As of 2013, Coetzee has published two more novels: Slow Man (2005) and Diary of a Bad Year (2007); a collection of essays: Inner Workings (2007); Scenes from Provincial Life (2011), which brings together in a single volume his three previously published works of autobiographical fiction; and numerous shorter works. He is widely considered South Africa's most accomplished contemporary novelist and has received numerous honorary degrees. Coetzee became an Australian citizen in 2006.

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Scope and Contents

Handwritten, typed, and printout drafts (bulk printouts), galley proofs, screenplays, correspondence, research materials and notes, legal, business, and financial records (some restricted), photographs, photo albums, audio and video recordings, awards, medals, books, notebooks, scrapbooks, magazines and other periodicals, clippings, electronic records, drawings, maps, and posters document the life, work, and family of J. M. Coetzee from the mid-1800s to 2012. The six series represent an intellectual rather than physical arrangement and are ordered by size and/or importance: I. Writings, 1960s-2012; II. Business Correspondence, 1969-2006; III. Research Materials, circa 1960s-2009; IV. Personal and Career-Related, 1864-2010; V. Serial Publications, 1955-2012; VI. Publicity, 1974-2012. Most of the papers are in English, with a small number of materials in Dutch, Afrikaans, French, German, Spanish, Swedish, and Portuguese.

Series I. is divided into two subseries: Long Works and Short Works. The series makes up over a third of the collection and contains thorough records of Coetzee's literary activities, including such early materials as handwritten notes for Dusklands (1974), jotted down in the late 1960s, and an oversized "computer poetry" printout produced during his time with International Computers in England (as described in Youth).

Subseries A. Long Works includes heavily revised handwritten, typed, and printout drafts for all of Coetzee's major novels and essay collections, including: Fiction: Dusklands (1974), In the Heart of the Country (1977), Waiting for the Barbarians (1980), Life & Times of Michael K. (1983), Foe (1986), Age of Iron (1990), The Master of Petersburg (1994), The Lives of Animals (1999), Disgrace (1999), Elizabeth Costello (2003), Slow Man (2005), Diary of a Bad Year (2007); Fictionalized autobiography: Boyhood (1997), Youth (2002), Summertime (2009), Scenes from Provincial Life (2011); Essay collections: White Writing (1988), Doubling the Point (1992), Giving Offense (1996), Stranger Shores (2002), Inner Workings (2007); and Translation: A Posthumous Confession (1976), The Expedition to the Baobab Tree (1983), and Landscape with Rowers (2004). This subseries also includes an unfinished handwritten draft of an unrealized work, Burning the Books. Many of his early drafts were written out on examination booklets and bound in cardboard covers. These manuscripts have since been disbound and rehoused. Page proofs are often present, and one set of galleys for Life & Times of Michael K. (1983) is housed with the Center's galley files. Screenplays and other media adaptations are also found in this subseries along with research materials and press reviews, although to a lesser extent.

Subseries B. Short Works includes typescripts of the majority of his short works. A grouping of typescripts and research materials from his earlier short works (1969 to 1998) arrived arranged in chronological order. Another group of drafts, printouts, and page proofs from his publications in the New York Review of Books arrived arranged by the name of the author whose work he reviewed. Most of these drafts can be found in their published form in Series V. Serial Publications (oversize boxes 149-151) or can be accessed via the New York Review of Books online archive. These arrangements were preserved while other materials were consciously re-organized. Printouts for various public readings and addresses are also present along with drafts for the publication of his Bennington College lecture What is Realism? (1996). A complete index of short works, arranged alphabetically, is provided at the end of the finding aid.

Series II. Business Correspondence, 1969-2006, is the second largest series and contains incoming and, to a lesser extent, outgoing letters between Coetzee and editors, publishers, politicians, activists, scholars, business associates, and numerous other individuals and institutions, documenting Coetzee's business dealings as well as his impact on South African and international literature and culture. Included are letters from the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Derek Attridge, David Attwell, Breyten Breytenbach, Committee on Social Thought, Dorothy Driver, Mikhail Sergeevich Gorbachev, Nadine Gordimer, Norman Mailer, Maurice Nadeau, Jaroslav Pelikan, Swedish Academy, and numerous other individuals and organizations. Coetzee's dealings with his publishers are particularly well represented. An alphabetical index of circa 800 individual and corporate correspondents at the end of the finding aid collates business correspondence.

Coetzee's research agenda and the background materials for his writings are represented in Series III. Research Materials, circa 1960s-2009, which is the smallest series in the collection. The bulk of the materials comprises photocopied articles and book chapters which Coetzee arranged alphabetically by author. Authors include A. S. Byatt, Michael G. Levine, Jacques Derrida, Philip G. Altbach, Charles Bloomberg, and many more. The dates listed in the container list for these photocopies represent the publication dates of the original materials, not the date the copies were created.

In addition to the photocopies, Series III. contains a small volume of original research materials, including 19th- and early 20th-century publications on "Central Asia" and "The Hottentots." A large number of clippings from the Times Literary Supplement, which Coetzee gathered into six scrapbooks, give witness to his research activities in the 1960s and 1970s.

Series IV. Personal and Career-Related, 1864-2010, documents Coetzee's family origins and his early years through to his later career as a successful author and Nobel laureate. Many items provide physical evidence of scenes described in his fictionalized autobiography. Included are materials from Zacharias Coetzee's military service in World War II, and Vera Wehmeyer Coetzee's estate documents and correspondence. A sketchbook containing Coetzee's juvenile drawings is reminiscent of those described in Boyhood.

Over 1600 photographs document the life of Coetzee, his family, ancestors, and friends (1800s-circa 2007), and constitute the bulk of the series. Notes, examinations, correspondence, and newspaper clippings provide evidence of his activities as a student and/or professor at The University of Texas at Austin, the University of Cape Town, and the University at Buffalo. The series also includes drafts and published articles about Coetzee and many of his awards, medals, diplomas, and honorary doctorates, including his 2003 Nobel Prize diploma.

Series V. Serial Publications, 1955-2012, includes an international array of nearly 150 journals, magazines, and other periodicals with pieces by (or interviews of) Coetzee. These are arranged alphabetically by serial title. An index of these volumes is included at the end of the finding aid. The index is arranged alphabetically and provides a complete citation of each article for ease of reference. A box of circa 90 photocopied articles by (or interviews of) Coetzee is provided at the end of the series. These photocopies are arranged alphabetically by title. There is significant overlap between the photocopied articles and those found in the complete issues. A large number of issues from the New York Review of Books (1986-2012) have been moved to oversize. Coetzee's articles in the New York Review of Books can be accessed through their online archive.

Series VI. Publicity, 1974-2012, contains scrapbooks of newspaper clippings arranged chronologically, loose clippings arranged chronologically, Nobel Prize clippings, along with book covers, publishers' catalogs, programs, and posters. Similar materials are located with their associated works in Series I.

Book contracts, tax documents, and other financial materials along with Coetzee's personal journals, diaries, and correspondence are closed until the deaths of Coetzee and Dorothy Driver.

Notes on Provenance, Arrangement, and Description

The contents of boxes 1-32 were originally on deposit at Harvard University's Houghton Library. When present, the Houghton's accession numbers are indicated at the right corner of each folder. Materials deposited at the Houghton Library in 2003 were not given accession numbers. "Harvard, 2003" is written on folders containing these items. Although an effort has been made to match the description of items from the Houghton Library's inventory to the present finding aid, the descriptions are not in perfect congruity. Original order has been preserved whenever possible.

Coetzee corrected, revised, and annotated many of his drafts by hand either in the margins or interlinearly. Many revisions and or corrections were applied several months after the drafts were completed. The qualifiers "light revisions/corrections" or "extensive revisions/corrections" are in relation to other manuscripts of the same work and are only intended as a general guide.

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Restrictions

Access:

Open for research

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Index Terms

People
Alberty, Robert A.
Attridge, Derek.
Attwell, David.
Bergsma, Peter, 1952- .
Breytenbach, Breyten
Brink, André.
Brodhead, Richard H., 1947- .
Driver, Dorothy.
Fujiwara, Akio.
Gorbachev, Mikhail Sergeevich.
Gordimer, Nadine.
Irwin, John T.
Kellman, Steven G., 1947- .
Mailer, Norman.
Mitchell, Breon.
Moses, Michael Valdez, 1957- .
Pelikan, Jaroslav, 1923-2006.
Rosenthal, Tom G.
Staley, Thomas F.
Zinman, M. Richard.
Organizations
The African Arts Fund, Inc. (New York, N.Y.).
Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.
American Academy of Arts & Sciences.
American Biographical Institute, Inc.
Animals Australia.
British Broadcasting Corporation.
Caine Prize for African Writing.
Committee on Social Thought.
The Commonwealth Writers Prize.
English Academy of Southern Africa.
English Centre of International PEN.
Humane Society of the United States.
International Writers Center.
Man Booker Prize.
Modern Language Association of America.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals.
Press Intermezzo.
Ravan press.
Research in African Literatures.
South African High Commission.
St. Martin's Press.
Swedish Academy.
Who's Who in the World.
World Literature Today.
Subjects
Africa, Southern--Race relations.
Afrikaans literature--history and criticism.
Afrikaners.
Animal rights.
Animal rights activists.
Apartheid--South Africa.
Cricket--South Africa.
Linguistics.
Literature--History and criticism.
Literature, Modern--20th century.
Literature and society.
Mathematics.
Nobel Prize.
Postcolonialism in literature.
South African Literature.
Vietnam War, 1961-1975--Protest movements.
World War, 1939-1945.
Places
Austin (Tex.).
Buffalo (N.Y.).
Cape Town, South Africa.
Document Types
Clippings.
Correspondence.
Diaries.
Drawings.
Theatrical stills.
Galley proofs.
Juvenilia.
Legal documents.
Notebooks.
Page proofs.
Photographs.
Printed ephemera.
Scrapbooks.
Screenplays.
Scripts.
Sound recordings.
Video recordings.

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Related Material

For additional Coetzee correspondence and related materials at the Ransom Center, see manuscript holdings for Research in African Literatures, Norman Mailer, Alfred A. Knopf, Nadine Gordimer, Robert Guy Howarth, and Mel Gussow.

In 2012, the Ransom Center acquired two document boxes comprising proofs, drafts, and editorial correspondence between J. M. Coetzee and his British and American publisher. This acquisition comprises a separate collection called the "Coetzee, J. M. Collection."

Materials relating to a French theatrical performance of In the Heart of the Country (Au coeur du pays) are held in the Bibliothèque nationale de France.

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Separated Material

391 books (1977-2010) arrived at the Ransom Center with the Coetzee Papers. The bulk consists of 355 autographed foreign language editions. The remainder consists of periodicals containing Coetzee's work. The volumes were transferred to the Center's Book Collection.

The research potential of the Coetzee papers is further enriched by over 100 computer disks with labels indicating the presence of materials related to The Master of Petersburg (11 disks), Age of Iron (3 disks), Disgrace (11 disks), Elizabeth Costello (6 disks), Slow Man (10 disks), Stranger Shores (14 disks), and more. Also present is a computer reel tape labeled "Foe" and a large format magnetic tape cassette. These and other Coetzee digital materials, including email and correspondence, were transferred to the Center's Electronic Records Collection. These materials are currently not available to researchers.

15 VHS recordings of award ceremonies, symposia, and interviews, including tapes labeled "The Nobel Prize Ceremony" and "University of Texas Distinguished Alumnus Awards," were transferred to the Center's Moving Image Collection.

7 audio cassette tapes were transferred to the Center's Sound Recording Collection. Included are a recording of Coetzee reading Age of Iron, a Canadian Broadcasting Association radio interview, and other radio talks. A vinyl record entitled "Hayes Hall Blues," which was produced in support of demonstrations held at the University at Buffalo on March 16, 1970, was also transferred.

Several awards, medals, and medallions, including the Irish Times International Literature Prize and the CNA Literary Award, were transferred to the Center's Personal Effects Collection.

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Administrative Information

Acquisition:

Gift and Purchases, 1995-2012 (G10442, 11-06-014P, 11-09-014P, 12-09-005P)

Processed by:

Micah Erwin and Steve Mielke, 2013

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Sources:

"Coetzee wins Nobel literature prize." BBC News. http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/entertainment/3158278 (accessed 31 January 2013).

Head, Dominic. The Cambridge Introduction to J. M. Coetzee. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009.

"J. M. Coetzee-Biography." Nobelprize.org. http://www.nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/literature/laureates/2003/coetzee-bio.html (accessed 31 January 2013).

"J. M. Coetzee." Contemporary Authors Online. http://galenet.galegroup.com (accessed 31 January 2013).

Marais, Michael. "J. M. Coetzee." Dictionary of Literary Biography Online. http://galenet.galegroup.com (accessed 31 January 2013).

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Container List

 

Series I. Writings, 1960s-2012, undated

Subseries A. Long Works, 1960s-2012, undated
Dusklands (Fiction, 1974)
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99.3 'Reading notes, including materials for Dusklands,' 1960s
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33.2 'Discarded first sketch of Vietnam Project,' handwritten draft, 11-27 May 1972
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1.1 'Lies' second sketch for 'The Vietnam Project,' handwritten draft with revisions and notes, 11 June 1972-13 February 1973
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1.2 'The Vietnam Project,' early handwritten draft with revisions and notes, 21 December 1972-26 April 1973
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1.3-4 'The Vietnam Project,' handwritten draft with revisions and photocopy, 4 April-24 May 1973
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1.5 'Narrative of Jacobus Coetzee,' handwritten draft with revisions, 1 January 1970-18 January 1971
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1.6 'Narrative of Jacobus Coetzee,' handwritten and typed draft with revisions and notes, 19 August-11 December 1971
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2.1 'Narrative of Jacobus Coetzee,' typed draft with handwritten revisions, 11 October 1971-2 January 1972
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2.2 'The Narrative of Jacobus Coetzee,' typed draft with handwritten revisions, 29 April-1 May 1973
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2.3 Complete carbon copy typed draft with light corrections, circa 1973
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2.4 Complete copy of typed draft with light corrections and printer's marks, circa 1973
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2.5 Photocopy page proofs (Secker & Warburg ed.), with handwritten corrections, circa 1982
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130.1 Press clippings and reviews (scrapbook), 1974
Burning the Books (unrealized)
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33.1 Handwritten notes, and unfinished draft, 19 October 1973-4 July 1974
A Posthumous Confession (Translation, 1976)
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25.1 Composite early draft with revisions, circa 1970-1974
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25.2 Typed early draft with revisions, circa 1970
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25.3 Typed early draft (revised carbon copy), circa 1970
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25.4 Handwritten draft (pages 122-230) with revisions, 1973
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25.5 Typed late draft with revisions, 1973
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25.6 Typescript (carbon and typed) final draft, 1973
In The Heart of the Country (Fiction, 1977)
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3.1-3 Handwritten first draft with revisions, 12 January 1974-26 January 1976
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33.3 Small notebook, 16 March 1974-9 February 1976
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3.4-5 Handwritten final draft with extensive revisions, 26 November 1975-26 January 1976
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3.6 Photocopy typed late draft, circa 1977
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4.1 Typed late draft with corrections (Ravan Press), circa 1977
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4.2 Photocopy typed late draft with corrections (Ravan Press), circa 1977
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4.3 Blue proofs (Ravan Press), 1977
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4.4 Blue proofs (Secker & Warburg), 1977
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130.3 Press clippings and reviews (scrapbook), 1977-1981
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133.5 Press clippings and reviews, 1988-1993
Screenplay (Dust, 1985 )
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4.7 Early handwritten draft by J. M. Coetzee with revisions, undated
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4.8 Photocopy typed draft, undated
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4.9 Photocopy incomplete typed draft, undated
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59.1 Typed and photocopy drafts, 1980
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4.10 Photocopy typed draft by Marion Hansel, circa 1985
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59.2 Investment memorandum, crew list, and curriculum vitae of Marion Hansel, 1982-1984
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59.3 Film posters, circa 1985
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59.4 Photographs and photocopy portrait of Jane Birkin, circa 1985
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59.5 Press clippings and reviews, 1982-1985
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4.5 Dutch translation by Francis Bulhof, photocopy of typed draft, undated
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4.6 French translation, photocopied excerpts, undated
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59.6 'Lament from the Heart of the Country: for Soprano and Chamber Ensemble,' text by J. M. Coetzee, printout, undated
Waiting for the Barbarians (Fiction, 1980)
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33.3 Small spiral notebook, 11 July 1977-28 August 1978
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5.1 Early handwritten drafts, 20 September 1977-26 March 1978
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5.2 Handwritten draft, 'Version G,' 28 April 1977-29 October 1978
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33.3 Small spiral notebook, 30 August 1978-29 June 1979
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5.3 Handwritten draft, 'Version H,' 1 November 1978-1 June 1979
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6.1 Photocopy typed draft, 'Versions J-K,' chapters 1-3, with revisions, 1-30 June 1979
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6.2 Typed draft, 'Versions J-K,' chapters 4-6, with revisions, 1-30 June 1979
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6.3 Late typed draft with corrections, circa 1980
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33.4 Carbon copy of late typed draft, with handwritten note from 'Daniel,' circa 1980
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6.4 Page proofs (Secker & Warburg), 1980
Press clippings and reviews
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133.1 English reviews, 1980
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130.4 Scrapbook, 1980-1981
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130.5 Scrapbook, 1981-1982
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133.11 German reviews, 2001
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137.5 Brazil/Portuguese reviews, 2006
Screenplay by J. M. Coetzee (unrealized)
Printouts
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59.7 Photocopy early draft, 1991
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59.8 Photocopy early draft with revisions, circa 1994
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59.9 Uncorrected early draft, circa 1994
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59.10 Draft with revisions, June 1994
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59.11 Draft with revisions, circa 1994
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59.12 Draft with handwritten notes, 10 March 1995
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59.13 'Second draft,' with revisions, 1 March 1995
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59.14 Late draft with revisions, 6 March-11 April 1995
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59.15 Late draft, 18 May 1995
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59.16 Crew list, circa 1995
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6.5-6 German translation, photocopy typed draft, circa 1984
Opera by Philip Glass, libretto by Christopher Hampton
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60.1 Printout libretto, August 2004
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60.2 Theater Erfurt program, 10 September 2005
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60.3 Austin Lyric Opera program and related materials (CD ROM transferred to HRC Electronic Records), January 2007
Life & Times of Michael K. (Fiction, 1983)
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33.5 Gray casebound notebook, includes notes on other subjects, 1972-1982
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7.1 'Versions 1-4,' handwritten draft with revisions, 31 May 1980-14 January 1981
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7.2 'Versions 5,' handwritten draft with revisions, 16 January-25 April 1981
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7.3 'Version 6,' handwritten draft with light revisions, 27 April-27 August 1981
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7.4 'Version 6-6a,' handwritten draft with revisions, 28 August 1981-12 July 1982
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7.5 'Version 7,' handwritten draft with extensive revisions, 28 April-28 July 1982
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8.1-2 'Version 9,' typed draft with revisions, 1982
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8.3 Typed late draft with corrections, 1983
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9.1 Photocopy typed late draft with printer's marks, 1983
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9.2, gf Galleys--galley file, and photocopy galley proofs, 'author's set,' 1983
Press clippings and reviews
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133.3 English reviews, 1983
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130.7 Scrapbook, 1983
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130.8 Scrapbook, 1983-1984
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134.7 Non-English reviews, 2003
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9.3 Screenplay (unrealized), composite draft, undated
The Expedition to the Baobab Tree (Translation, 1983)
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26.1 Handwritten draft with revisions, 7 January-22 May 1982
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26.2 Photocopy typed and printout drafts, circa 1982
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26.3 Page proofs with handwritten revisions, 1983
Foe (Fiction, 1986)
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33.6 Green casebound notebook with gilt edges, 1982-1985
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10.1 'Versions 1-3,' handwritten draft with revisions, 1 January-14 September 1983
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10.2 'Versions 4, 5a-b,' handwritten draft with revisions, 16 September 1983-25 January 1984
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10.3 'Versions 6-7,' handwritten drafts with revisions, 28 January-4 April 1984
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10.4 'Version 8,' handwritten draft with revisions, 5 April-9 June 1984
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10.5 'Version 9,' handwritten draft with revisions, 28 July-21 September 1984
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11.1 'Version 10,' handwritten draft with extensive revisions, 22 September 1984-2 May 1985
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11.2 'Version 11,' handwritten draft with revisions, 22 February-14 May 1985
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11.3 'Version 12-13,' handwritten draft with extensive revisions, 16 May-30 July 1985
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11.4-5 'Version 12,' printout with revisions, 2 May-3 August 1985
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12.1 'Full draft 1,' printout with revisions, 3 August 1985
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12.2 'Full draft 2,' printout with revisions, 10 August 1985
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12.3 'Full draft 3,' printout with revisions, 17 August 1985
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12.4 'Full drafts 4-5,' printout with revisions, 24 August-30 September 1985
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12.5 Extracts submitted to Nadine Gordimer and Murray Pollinger, printouts with additional printout of chapter 1, 4 November 1985
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12.6 'Full draft 6-6b,' printout with corrections/revisions, 9-17 October 1985
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13.1 'Full draft 7,' printout, 19 October 1985
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13.2 Master copy, printout, 1985
Computer reel (transferred to electronic records), 11 June 1985
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131.3 Press clippings and reviews (scrapbook) 1986-1987
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60.4 Programs for stage adaptations, 1996-2006
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60.5 Stage adaptation by Peter Glazer, unknown draft, printout, 31 December 2001
White Writing (Essay collection, 1988)
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49.1 Photographs and negatives for frontispiece, circa 1988
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49.2 Composite annotated bibliography and research notes, circa 1987
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49.3 Printout early draft with notes and light revisions, 12 January 1987
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49.4-5 Printout with printer's marks, circa 1987-1988
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49.6 'Master proof set' with corrections, 28 August 1987
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49.7 'Author's duplicate,' page proofs with corrections, 1988
Age of Iron (Fiction, 1990)
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33.6 Small red notebook, June 1986-June 1988
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33.7 'Scenes,' typed notes with photocopied research materials, 5-18 May 1987
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14.1 Handwritten drafts '0-2' and 'fragments' with light revisions, 19 May-26 October 1987
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14.2 Handwritten drafts 3-5 with revisions, 31 October 1987-8 March 1988
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14.3 Handwritten draft 6 with extensive revisions, 9 March 1988-5 March 1989
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33.6 Small black-and-red notebook, 2 July 1988-5 May 1989
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15.1-2 Printout draft 7 with extensive revisions, 22 July 1988-22 January 1989
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15.3 Printout draft 8 with extensive revisions, 22 December 1988-22 January 1989
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16.1 Printout draft 9 with extensive revisions, 6-8 March 1989
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33.6 Small yellow notebook, 15 May 1989-31 August 1989
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16.2 'Rule of Iron,' composite drafts '10-10.3' with extensive revisions, 14 April-4 July 1989
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16.3 Printout draft 11 with revisions, 6 July-18 July 1989
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17.1 Printout draft 12 with revisions, 9-29 July 1989
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17.2 Composite notes, fragments, and photocopied research articles, 1988-1989
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17.3 'Late revisions: draft 14' and draft entitled 'Winter,' printouts, 14 May 1990 and undated
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17.4 Uncorrected proofs (Secker & Warburg) with handwritten note and revised sample proofs, 12 April 1990
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18.1 Corrected proofs (Secker & Warburg), 1990
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18.2 Photocopy proofs, copy-edited (Random House), 4 April 1990
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18.3 Photocopy proofs (Random House), 'author's set,' 20 April 1990
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131.5 Scrapbook, 1990-1991
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133.6 Non-English reviews, 1995-1997
Doubling the Point (Essay collection, 1992)
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50.1-2 'Part I,' lightly corrected, circa 1991-1992
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50.3-4 'Part II,' lightly corrected, circa 1991-1992
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50.5 Late draft with portions of text pasted in, circa 1991-1992
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50.6 Photocopy printout, 'late draft,' interview portions only, circa 1991-1992
The Master of Petersburg (Fiction, 1994)
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33.8-9 Photocopied background research materials, 1956-1990
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19.1-2 Handwritten draft 1 part A, 21 February 1991-4 February 1992
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19.3-4 Handwritten draft '1 part B,' with light revisions, 6 February-29 April 1993
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20.1 Draft 2 with light revisions, 17 September 1991-17 January 1992
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20.2 Notes for draft 3 with light revisions, 1992
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20.3-4 Draft 3 with revisions, 1992
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21.1-2 Draft 4 with revisions, 15 September-11 November 1992
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21.3-4 Notes for drafts 4-5 with light revisions, 31 May 1992-4 February 1993
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22.1-2 Draft 5 and notes, with revisions, 5 December 1992-7 March 1993
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22.3 Draft '6A' with revisions, 23 February-8 March 1993
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23.1 Draft '6B' with revisions, 22 March-15 April 1993
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23.2 Draft '6C' with revisions, 26 April-15 November 1993
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23.3 Draft '6D' with revisions, 26 April-15 November 1993
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24.1 Master copy, circa 1993
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24.2 Photocopy proofs (Secker & Warburg) with corrections, 1993
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131.6 Scrapbook, 1993-1994
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131.7 Scrapbook, 1994-1995
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134.7 Non-English reviews, 2003
Giving Offense (Essay collection, 1996)
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51.1-6 'Series 1/2-2/2A,' 1940-1988
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52.1-6 'Series 2/2A-1/2B,' 1953-1992
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53.1-5 'Series 1/2-2/2B' with printout notes, 1935-1994
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53.6 Printout annotated bibliography on censorship, undated
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53.7 Printout research notes, undated
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53.8 Notecards with handwritten bibliographical notes, undated
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54.1 Printout 'notes for Claudia Rey,' circa 1996
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54.2-4 Printout late draft with light corrections, 1996
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55.1-3 Printout final draft with light corrections, 1996
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55.4-5 Proofs with handwritten corrections, 1996
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132.1 Press clippings and reviews (scrapbook), 1996-1997
Boyhood (Fictionalized autobiography, 1997)
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27.1 'Scenes from Provincial Life,' early handwritten draft, 20 March-12 June 1987
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27.2 'Autobiography,' early handwritten draft with revisions and notes, 1993-1995
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35.2 Casebound notebook (includes other subjects), 1994-1995
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27.3 Extract published in ARTES, printout with revisions and photocopy of proofs, 3 September 1994-30 January 1995
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27.4 Early printout draft with light revisions, 1 December 1994-10 March 1995
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27.5 Early printout draft with extensive revisions, 29 March-26 May 1995
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27.6 Drafts 5-6, printouts with light revisions, 5 May-4 July 1995
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27.7 'Versions 7-8,' printout with light revisions, 5 July 1995-1 August 1996
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28.1 'First form,' photocopy typed draft with revised printout of chapter 14, circa 1996
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28.2 'Revised' printout draft, circa 1996
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28.3 Photocopy of copy-edited printout, circa 1996
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28.4 Copy-edited printout with printer's marks, circa 1997
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28.5 Copy-edited page proofs (Viking), circa 1997
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28.6 Copy-edited page proofs (Viking) with printout 'changes to text,' 1996-1997
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132.1 Scrapbook, 1996-1997
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132.2 Scrapbook, 1997-1998
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132.3 Scrapbook, 1999
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133.7 1998-1999
Disgrace (Fiction, 1999)
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35.1 Photocopied background research materials, newspaper clippings and University of Cape Town Academic Staff Disciplinary Procedure publication, 1997 and circa 1999
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35.2 Casebound notebook (includes other subjects), 1996-1997
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35.3 Small black-and-red notebook (includes other subjects), 29 March-9 August 1997
Small black-and-red notebook, 10 August 1997-13 May 1998
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35.4-5 Handwritten early draft with extensive revisions, 19 August 1995-2 April 1996
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35.6 'Version 1,' with revisions, 3 April-21 May 1996
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35.7 'Version 2,' with revisions, 21 May-September 1996
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35.8 'Version 3,' with revisions, 7 September 1996-31 January 1997
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36.1 'Version 4,' with revisions, 31 January-4 February 1997
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36.2 'Version 5,' with revisions, March-July 1997
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36.3 'Version 6,' with notes, fragments, and revisions, March-July 1997
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36.4 'Version 7,' with notes, fragments, and revisions, March-July 1997
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36.5 'Version 8,' with notes, fragments, and revisions, September 1997-January 1998
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36.6 'Version 9,' with notes, fragments, and revisions, September 1997-January 1998
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36.7 'Version 10,' with notes, fragments, and revisions, 4 September-23 March 1998
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37.1 'Version 11,' with notes, fragments, and revisions, 3 April-30 April 1998
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37.2 'Version 12,' with notes, fragments, corrections, and comments, 30 April-27 June 1998
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37.3 'Version 13,' with notes and revisions, 4 June-22 July 1998
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37.4 'Version 14,' with notes and revisions, July 1998
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37.5 'Versions 15-16,' with notes and light revisions, July-August 1998
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37.6 'Versions 17,' with revisions, February-March 1999
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132.4 Scrapbook, 1999
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132.6 Scrapbook, 1999-2000
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133.8 Disgrace (English reviews), 1999-2004
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133.9 Disgrace (non-English reviews), 1999-2003
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60.7 Screenplay by Charles Starridge, 'second draft' with annotations, 7 July 2000
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60.8 Screen adaptation by J. M. Coetzee and Anna-Maria Monticelli, printout 'draft 4,' September 2004
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60.9 Stage adaptation by Carl Nixon, advertising card, invitation card, program, and photocopies of press clippings, 2005
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60.10 Stage photographs from Netherlands theatrical performance, 2012
The Lives of Animals (Fiction, 1999)
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34.1 'A-H,' 1969-1995
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34.2 'J-R,' 1923-1992
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34.3 'S-Y,' 1967-1996
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35.3 Small black-and-red notebook, includes notes on other subjects, 29 March-9 August 1997
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34.4 Handwritten notes, 16 May 1997
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30.2 The Lives of Animals, handwritten draft with revisions and notes, 18 June-14 August 1997
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34.5 Responses to Tanner Lectures, printouts, 1997-1998
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34.6 Master copy, printout with light corrections, circa 1999
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34.7 Princeton University Press, instructions to author, circa 1999
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132.5 Scrapbook, 1999
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133.10 Assorted, 1999-2001
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60.6 Printout prospectus for BBC Fictionlab production by Alex Harvey with resume of Alex Harvey, circa 2002
Stranger Shores (Essay collection, 2001)
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56.1-2 Copyedited printout draft with Viking Penguin author's guide, circa 2001
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56.3 'Permissions,' printouts, 1990 and 2000
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134.3 Press clippings and reviews, 2001-2002
Youth (Fictionalized autobiography, 2002)
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45.1 Handwritten draft 1 with printout notes and fragments, 11 October 1996-28 December 1998
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45.2 Composite draft, 'V02,' 1999
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31.1 Draft 3 with notes, 1 July 1999
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31.2 Draft 4 with notes, 17 April-11 May 2000
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31.3 Draft 5, 3 August-20 July 2000
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45.3 Draft 5, with notes, fragments, inserts, and revisions, 3 August-14 October 2000
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31.4 Draft 6 with notes and synopsis, 11 August-12 October 2000
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31.5 Draft 7 with notes and synopsis, 13 October-11 November 2000
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45.4 Draft 7 with editorial points, editing queries, and extensive revisions, 18-24 November 2000
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31.6 Draft 8 with notes, fragments, and synopsis, 13 October-19 November 2000
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31.7 Draft 9, 4 January-4 April 2001
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31.8 Draft 10, 5-10 April 2001
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45.5 'Version 10,' with light corrections, undated
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134.5 English reviews, 2002
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134.6 Non-English reviews, 2002-2004
Elizabeth Costello (Fiction, 2003)
Lessons
The Novel in Africa, printouts
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29.1 Early drafts, 7 March-12 November 1998
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29.2-3 Drafts 4-5, 2002
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29.4 'Final text,' 2002
The Humanities in Africa
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99.5 Photocopied research articles, 1964-1997
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29.5-10 Drafts 1-6, 10 April 2000-4 February 2002
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29.11 'Final text,' circa 2002
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38.2 The Problem of Evil, two printouts with corrections and revisions, 6 and 27 September 2001
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29.12 Eros, printout drafts 1-6, final text, and notes, 25 December 2001-28 March 2002
At the Gate [alternate title, The Statement]
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38.3-4 Three early handwritten drafts; correspondence on some versos, circa 2 June-23 August 1999
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29.13 Printout drafts '2-10,' 5 June 1999-11 July 2002
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38.5 Printout drafts '5-6,' with handwritten note, 13 September 1999-21 May 2001
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29.14 Letter of Elizabeth, Lady Chandos, printout drafts '1-2, FAZ text, and final text,' 29 October 2001-12 January 2002
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38.6 Letter of Elizabeth, Lady Chandos, typescript with photocopy of 'Letter of Lord Chandos' and related correspondence, 2001-2002
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38.7 Printout complete text, final draft, with printout of author's corrections and editorial points, March-May 2003
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38.8-9 Page proofs with light corrections, 16 May 2003
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38.10-11 Photocopy of proofs, 'second set,' 6 June 2003
Public readings
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30.1 'The Lives of Animals,' typed notes for Princeton lectures, 1995-1997
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61.1 'The Novel in Africa,' printout drafts for lectures: Centro Historico Mexico, Barcelona, and Sydney Writer's Festival; photocopies of research materials, 1998-2000
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61.2 'The Humanities in Africa,' Stanford Humanities Center, printout with annotations and revisions and other incomplete printouts; page proofs for extract in The Canberra Times; notes and photocopied book plates of Bushmen, 2000-2001
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61.3 'The Problem of Evil,' printout for Nexus Conference, Tilburg and Einstein Seminars, Potsdam and University of Hong Kong, with corrections and annotations, 2002
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61.4 'At the Gate,' introduction and Puterbaugh Banquet Speech, University of Oklahoma, printouts with correspondence and related materials, 2003
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61.5 'Psyche and Eros,' printout, undated
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61.6 'Letter of Elizabeth, Lady Chandos, to Francis Bacon,' printout with handwritten annotations and corrections, undated
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136.1 English reviews, 2003
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136.2 Non-English reviews, 2003-2004
Landscape with Rowers (Translation, 2004)
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58.1 Printout and photocopy drafts of individual translated poems, 2002-2003
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58.2 Complete composite draft with printer's marks, 2003
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58.3 Printout draft preface and incomplete page proofs with corrections, revisions, and printer's marks, 2003-2004
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58.4 Complete page proofs with printer's marks and annotations, 19 June 2003
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58.5 Photocopied complete page proofs with additional printer's marks and annotations, circa 19 June 2003
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58.6 Princeton University Press review list, 18 November 2003
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136.4 Press clippings and reviews, 2004
Slowman (Fiction, 2005)
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39.1 Composite research materials, correspondence, and notes, circa 2004
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39.2 Notes and draft fragments, 2003-2004
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39.3 Section 28 of draft 17 with corrections and annotations, undated
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39.4 Notes and fragments for draft 18 with annotations, 2004
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39.5-6 Draft 20 with corrections and composite notes and fragments, 13 July-16 August 2004
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39.7 Draft 21 with corrections, 21 July-12 August 2004
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39.8 Draft 22 with corrections and notes, 23 August-16 September 2004
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40.1-2 Draft 23 with corrections and composite notes and fragments, 2 September-3 November 2004
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40.3-4 Draft 24 with corrections, 14 October-24 November 2004
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40.5 Draft 25 with corrections, 8-24 November 2004
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41.1-2 Draft 26 with composite revisions, 30 November-4 December 2004
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41.3-4 Final draft with light revisions, December 2004
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41.5 Composite editorial queries, corrections and revisions, 2004-2005
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41.6 Photocopy of proofs and correspondence for excerpt, New Yorker, 19 May 2005
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62.3 Public readings in Kraków and Warsaw, printouts, 2006
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136.5-6 English reviews, 2005
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136.7 Non-English reviews, 2005-2006
Diary of a Bad Year (Fiction, 2007)
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42.1 'Background materials,' circa 2006
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42.2-5 Early incomplete drafts with revisions and light handwritten corrections, 2005-2006
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42.6 Draft 4 with light handwritten corrections, 24-29 November 2006
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42.7 Draft 5 with light handwritten corrections, 2007
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42.8 Draft 5 parallel text, with handwritten corrections, 2007
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43.1 Draft 6 with notes and handwritten revisions, circa 2005-2007
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43.2 Draft 7 with handwritten revisions, circa 2005-2007
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43.3 Draft 8 with handwritten revisions, circa 2005-2007
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43.4 Draft 8 composite text with light revisions, circa 2005-2007
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43.5 Late draft, circa 2007
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44.1 Late draft, composite text with light corrections, circa 2007
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44.2 Photocopy galleys and page proofs with editorial corrections and queries, 6 April-8 May 2007
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44.3 Specimen pages, 2007
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osb 141 Page proofs with printer's marks, 2007
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62.4 Public readings: Brazil, Murcia, University of Iceland, University of Adelaide, Tokyo University, Mildura Writer's Festival, and the University of Technology Sydney, printout excerpts with light corrections and handwritten notes, 2007
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137.8 English reviews, 2007-2008
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138.1 Non-English reviews, 2007-2008
Inner Workings (Essay collection, 2007)
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57.1 Gabriel Garcia Márquez, photocopies of two galleys with corrections, notes, and research materials, circa 2006
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57.2 Hugo Claus, poet, notes and research materials, circa 2006
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57.3 Italo Svevo, notes and research materials, circa 2006
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57.4-5 'Paul Celan, and His Translators,' printout draft with light corrections, notes, and research materials, circa 2006
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57.6 Samuel Beckett, unmarked page proofs and research materials, circa 2006
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57.7-8 Complete page proofs, lightly corrected, with handwritten notes, 2006
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138.2 Press clippings and reviews, 2007-2011
Summertime (Fictionalized autobiography, 2009)
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46.1 Notes, 2002-2006
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46.2 Draft 1 uncorrected, April-June 2005
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46.3 Draft 2 with later revisions, September 2005-April 2007
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46.4 Draft 3 with light corrections, 16 March-3 May 2006
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46.5 Draft 4 uncorrected, circa 2007-2008
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46.6 Draft 5 with notes, fragments and corrections, 2008
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46.7-8 Draft 6 with corrections, 25 July-25 September 2008
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47.1-2 Draft 7 with notes, fragments, and revisions, 1 September-18 October 2008
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47.3 Draft 8 with notes, fragments, and revisions, 18-22 October 2008
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47.4-5 Draft 9 with notes, fragments, and revisions, 22-29 October 2008
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47.6 Editorial points, queries and corrections, January-March 2009
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62.5 Public readings: Wolfson College and Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford, printouts and handwritten introduction, 11-12 June 2009
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139.1 English reviews, 2009-2011
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139.2 French reviews, 2010-2011
Scenes from Provincial Life, omnibus edition (Fictionalized autobiography, 2011)
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48.1 Boyhood, printout draft with light corrections, October 2010
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48.2 Youth, printout draft with light corrections, October 2010
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48.3 Summertime, revised printout draft with light corrections, October-November 2010
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48.4-6 Page proofs (Harvill Secker), 31 January 2011
Subseries B. Short Works 1965-2012 (also see index)
Lectures, talks, and readings
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32.5 'Homages,' University of California at Berkeley Lecture, printout, 1993
What is Realism? (Bennington College publication of lecture, 1996)
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35.2 Notebook, includes other subjects, 1995
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30.3 Early handwritten draft, 28 June 1995-7 February 1996
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30.4 Printout drafts 2-4 with revisions, 25 December 1995-12 January 1996
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30.5 Printout drafts 5-9 with revisions, 13 January-30 March 1996
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30.6 Printouts, late draft and unidentified draft, undated
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30.7 'Aix-en-Provence,' unnumbered drafts, October 1997
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38.1 Photocopy Bennington College publication of lecture, 1996
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61.7-8 As a Woman Grows Older, Robert J. Silvers Annual Lecture, corrected printout drafts with handwritten introduction; New York Public Library brochure for lectures, and page proofs, 20 November 2003 and 20 October 2004
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61.9 Nobel banquet acceptance speech, handwritten draft and printout; Nobel Prize program and booklet, 10 December 2003
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61.10 His Man and He, Nobel Lecture, printout draft with handwritten introduction; printouts of final draft in English, German, Swedish, and French and printout introduction for Sydney lecture, 2003-2004
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61.11 His Man and He, page proofs, lightly corrected, from Rees & O'Neil with correspondence, 2004
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61.12 From, The End, printout for Stanford University reading, 14 April 2004
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62.1 Tourism, printouts with handwritten corrections, revisions, and notes for Stanford and Flinders University colloquiums, 12 May 2004 and 6 August 2004
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62.2 Nietverlorn (The Farm), printout with introduction to reading, 2006
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62.6 The Farm, printout for Toulouse public reading, June 2010
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62.7 University of Adelaide J. M. Coetzee Centre for Creative Practice opening launch, printout speech and program, 2012
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63.1-3 1969-1976
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63.6 1974-1978
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63.7 1979
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63.8 1980
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64.1 1981-1982
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64.2-5 1983-1984
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64.6 1986
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65.1 1988
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65.2 1989
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65.3 1990
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65.4 1994-1998
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osb 143 'Computer poetry,' dot matrix printout, 1965
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32.1 TriQuarterly--World Literature Today, 1983-1996
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32.2 'Reporting on Rugby,' 1984
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32.3 Review of White Boy Running--Iron Tracks, 1988-1999
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32.4 Introduction to Daphne's Mittee, with revisions, 1991
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32.6 Notes re authors and various publications, 1995-1999
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32.7 Introduction to Robinson Crusoe, with notes and corrections, 1999
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32.8 Review of Robert Musil, Diaries, with notes and light annotations, 1999
New York Review of Books
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65.5 Bauman, Zygmunt, photocopied research article, undated
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65.6 Bellow, Saul, unmarked printout, 2003
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65.7-8 Benjamin, Walter, printout drafts and photocopies of research materials, 2001
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65.9 Borges, Jorge Louis, photocopies of research materials, undated
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66.1 Breytenbach, Breyten, photocopies of articles and printout drafts, 1999
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66.2 Desai, Anita, printout draft with corrections and photocopies of materials, circa 2000
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66.3 Gordimer, Nadine, photocopied research materials and photocopy of New York Review of Books article by Nadine Gordimer and Norman Mailer, circa 2003
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66.4 Grass, Günter, two faxed page proofs and printouts of research materials, circa 2003
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66.5 Kafka, Franz, photocopies of research materials, circa 1998
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66.6 Mahfouz, Nagub, notes and photocopies of research materials, circa 1994
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66.7 Márai, Sándor, notes and photocopies of research materials, circa 2001
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66.8 Mulisch, Harry, photocopies of research materials, circa 1997
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66.9 Musil, Robert, faxed marked galleys, two printout drafts with revisions, notes, and photocopies of research materials, circa 1998
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67.1 Naipaul, V. S., printout draft with light corrections and photocopies of research materials, 2001
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67.2 Oz, Amos, photocopies of research materials, undated
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67.3 Parini, Jay, photocopied galleys with research materials, 2005
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67.4 Phillips, Caryl, printout notes and photocopied research materials, circa 1997
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67.5 Rilke, Rainer Maria, printout notes and photocopied research materials, circa 1999
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67.6 Roth, Joseph, printout draft with revisions and photocopies of research materials, 2002
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67.7 Roth, Philip, photocopied galleys with research materials, 2004
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67.8 Rushdie, Salman, photocopied research materials, 1996
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67.9 Schulz, Bruno, faxed marked galleys and photocopies of research materials, 2002
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68.1-2 Turgenev, Ivan, research materials, undated
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68.3-4 Walser, Robert, printout draft, photocopies of published materials, circa 2000
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68.5 Whitman, Walt, printout draft with printed marginal annotations and handwritten corrections, galleys, handwritten notes and photocopies of research materials, 2005

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Series II. Business Correspondence, 1969-2006

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69.1-4 February 1969-June 1981
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70.1-7 June 1981-August 1983
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71.1-5 September 1983-December 1984
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72.1-4 January 1985-January 1987
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73.1-5 February 1987-December 1988
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74.1-5 January 1989-September 1990
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75.1-5 October 1990-September 1991
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Series III. Research materials, circa 1960s-2009

Photocopied articles, some including handwritten notes [the articles' original publication dates are listed]
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94.1 Adorno--Augustine,1934-1989
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94.2 Altbach, Philip G.,1995
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94.3 Balakian--Bellow, 1959-1997
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94.4 Benjamin--Biasin, 1968-1993
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94.5 Bender, John, 1987
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94.6 Biddis--Butler, 1949-1988
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94.7 Bloomberg, Charles, 1989
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94.8 Byatt, A. S., 1979, 1983
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94.9 Clark, T. J., 1984
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94.10 Caws--Crusoe, 1949-1995
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95.1 Darlington--Fish, 1932-1990
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95.2 Derrida, Jacques, 1972
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95.3 Finkielkraut, Alain, 1988
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95.4 Garnet--Gunn, 1915-1997
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95.5 Haeckel--Huntington, 1906-1990
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95.6 Irigaray--Kafka, 1903-1993
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95.7 Ives, Charles, 1996
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95.8 Kamuf, Peggy,1998
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96.1 Kearns--Lasch, 1944-1995
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96.2 Levine, Michael G., 1994
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96.3 Lukacs, George, 1994
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96.4 Marcus--Murdoch, 1835-1994
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96.5 Mumford, Lewis, 1961
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96.6 Nadeau--Olson, 1947-1988
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96.7 Palmer--Price, 1828-1997
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97.1 Pawel--Pringle, 1839-1994
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97.2 Raglan--Ruthven, 1965-1989
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97.3 Sachs--Sontag, 1925-2002
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97.4 Sokel--Szasz, 1925-2002
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97.5 Smith, Anthony D., 1981, 1986
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97.6 Snyder, Gary, 1978
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97.7 Tamas--Trilling, 1888-1986
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98.1 Van den Berg--Von Humbolt, 1938-1994
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98.2 Walcott--Weinreich, 1946-1990
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98.3 Weiskel, Thomas, 1976
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98.4 Weizenbaum--Wright, 1927-1991
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98.5 White, Hayden, 1987
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98.6 Zweig--Yerushalmi, 1991
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99.1 'Background materials: Central Asia,' 1858-1978
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99.2 'The Hottentots (Khoi),' undated and 1933
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99.4 'Record of reading,' printout, 1970s-1980s
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99.6 'Narcissism,' handwritten notes, April 2009
Times Literary Supplement
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100.1 Uncut newspapers, 1964-1965; 1983
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Series IV. Personal and Career-Related, 1864-2010

About Coetzee
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101.1 Printout database search results on J. M. Coetzee, 2004-2005
Typescripts with occasional corrections
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101.2 Attwell--Matthews, circa 2000-2006
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101.3-4 McGenn--Van den Oever, circa 1997-2007
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101.5 Abrahams--Hook, 2000-2008
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101.6 Kochin--Splendore, 2000-2009
Awards and medals
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102.1 The American University of Paris, Honorary Doctorate diploma and commencement program, 2010
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102.2 Australian Academy of the Humanities Honorary Fellow Award, 2004
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102.3 City of Adelaide, Key to the City certificate, 2010
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102.4 Nobel Prize in Literature diploma with artwork in diploma case, 2003
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osb 144 Oversized diplomas, awards, and citations, 1959-2010
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102.5 University of Adelaide Honorary Doctorate citation, 2005
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102.6 University of Cape Town Honorary Fellow Award, 1984
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102.7 osb 144 University of Natal, Honorary Doctorate laudation, commencement program, and diploma, 1996
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102.8 University of Texas at Austin, Outstanding Alumnus Award, 2001
Family and relatives
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103.1 School materials re Nicolas and Gisela Coetzee, 1979 and undated
Vera Wehmeyer Coetzee
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103.2 Estate document of Sarah Ann Hanafey, 1913
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103.3 Estate documents of Vera Wehmeyer Coetzee including identity booklets and passport photos, 1976-1985
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103.4 Journal (may contain entries from Zacharias) including loose handwritten correspondence, additional entries, estate documents, and photograph of V. W. Coetzee with baby J. M. Coetzee, 1933-1946
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103.5 Letters to 'Aunt Annie,' 1940, 1949-1950
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103.6 Letters from J. M. Coetzee and Philippa Jubber, 1968-1969
Pocket books
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103.7 Devotional book, 1864
Pocket notebook, 1936
Religious handbook, undated
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103.8 Western Province Tennis badge with photograph of V. W. Coetzee and newspaper clipping, undated
Zacharias Coetzee
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103.9 Castello di Brolio in Chianti booklet, inscribed by Zacharias Coetzee, 1937
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103.10 Certificates, correspondence, railway map of Scotland and official documents in folder labeled 'Personal,' 1935-1986
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103.11 German propaganda leaflets, circa 1945
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osb 145 Map of Italy showing World War II South African 6th Armoured Division campaign, circa 1945
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103.12 Military orders and correspondence, typed and handwritten with newspaper clippings, 1944-1945
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103.13 Pencil sketch of rural cottage near Siena, 1944
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103.14 Portrait of Zacharias Coetzee in military uniform, colored pencil, circa 1945
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103.15 Sable (The), publication of the South African 6th Armoured Division, 1943
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osb 145 Springbok newspaper, 1944
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103.16 Teatro Reale Dell' Opera, opera programs, 1945
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103.17 War journal, 3-25 April 1945
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103.18-19 War medals, service ribbons, and epaulettes, circa 1945
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103.20 Western Province Cricket Umpire Association certificates and badge, 1944
Juvenilia
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104.1 Applications to graduate school, correspondence to and from various universities, 1964-1965
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104.2 Birth certificate (photocopy), issued 28 February 1940
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104.3 The Little Train, prize book given for writing competition, 1947
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104.4 Matriculation examinations, 1954-1956
School
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104.5 Certificates, 1952-1956
Notebooks
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104.6 'Afrikaans,'  'nature study,' and 'sentences,' 1948-1959
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104.7 'Biology,'  'English,'  'geography,'  'hygiene,' 1951-1952
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104.8 Various subjects, 1950
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104.9 Notes, reports, exercises, typed and handwritten, 1955-1963
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104.10 Photographs, including photos of cricket team, circa 1956
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104.11 Report cards, 1946-1955
Scrapbooks
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104.12* Cricket sports clippings, 1953 [*removed due to preservation restrictions]
'Standard X,' with photos of schoolmates and typed notes, 1956 [*removed due to preservation restrictions]
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104.13 Yearbooks, 1956 and 1968
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104.14 Sketchbooks containing juvenile drawings and paintings, undated
General
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105.1 Argus Cycle Tour certificates of participation, 1985-1999
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105.2 Australia residence application with related documents and correspondence, 1999-2004
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105.3 International Computers and Tabulators Ltd., correspondence, notes, and official documents, 1963-1965
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105.4 Job applications: correspondence, 1963-1964
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105.5 Job applications: correspondence, 1967-1970
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105.6 Mahatma Gandhi Center for Global Nonviolence, Annual Report, booklet, 2005-2006
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105.7 Matted diptych with correspondence from Anne Freyer-Mauthner, undated
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105.9 South African passports, photocopies, 1963-1997
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105.10 Travel documents and identification cards, includes photos of Coetzee, 1961-1964 and 1978
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105.11 Various correspondence, including six letters from an unidentified person, postcards, and photocopy letter from the Cape Argus editorial dept., 1935-1965
Photographs
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106.1 Wehmeyer farm, Uniondale district, mounted print, circa late 1800s
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106.2 Portraits of Du Biel and Wehmeyer families, 13 photographs, circa late 1800s
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106.3 Portrait of Du Biel family on arrival from the United States, mounted print and tintype, 1880s
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106.4 Snapshots and portraits of various Du Biel, Wehmeyer, and Coetzee family members, 28 photographs, 1880s-1956
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106.5 'Photographs, pre-1940,' snapshots of Zacharias and Vera Wehmeyer Coetzee and friends, portraits, and stock photographs of Graaff-Reinet, 75 photographs, 1920s-1930s
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106.6 Snapshots and portraits of Zacharias and Vera Wehmeyer Coetzee and family; newspaper clippings and postcards, circa 126 photographs (album title: 'Photos Ancient and Modern'), 1925-1963
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106.7 Portraits of Zacharias Coetzee and snapshot of him at work, 3 photographs, 1930s
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106.8 Portraits and snapshots of Vera Wehmeyer, 1930s-1970s
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106.9 Portraits of Zacharias' rugby team, 2 photographs, 1936 and 1939
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106.10 Snapshots from childhood, circa 315 photographs (album), 1940-1949
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106.11 Family portraits and snapshots, 57 photographs (disbound album), 1940s and 1966-1971
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106.12 Snapshots and portraits, 25 photographs, 1940s to 1965
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107.1 Snapshots, family portraits, and prints, 41 photographs (disbound album), 1940s-1960s
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107.2 Snapshots of military service of Zacharias Coetzee in Italy and North Africa during World War II, circa 110 photographs (album), 1943
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107.3 Snapshots and portraits of military service of Zacharias Coetzee (father) in Italy and North Africa during World War II; 5 loose pages of journal entries documenting time in Rome, 22 photographs, 1943-1944
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107.4 Snapshots from childhood, 44 photographs (disbound album), 1947-1949
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107.5 Snapshots from childhood, circa 96 photographs (disbound album), 1949-1953
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107.6 'From St. Joseph's College,' snapshots and portraits, 35 photographs, 1950s
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107.7 Snapshots of Zacharias and Vera Wehmeyer Coetzee's family life, 40 photographs, circa 1954
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107.8 Snapshots, 115 photographs (disbound album), 1960s-1980s
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108.1 Snapshots and family portraits, 63 photographs (disbound album), 1964-1968
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108.2 Snapshots and portraits, slides, and negatives, 1965-1971
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108.3 Family portraits, prints, and snapshots, 47 photographs (disbound album), 1968-1975
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108.4-6 Negatives, 1970s-1990s
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108.7 Snapshots and school portraits, 38 photographs, 1970s-early 1980s
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108.8 Prints of CNA literary award ceremony, 8 photographs, 1977
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108.9 Family snapshots, 27 photographs (disbound album), 1977-1985 and 1989
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108.10 Snapshots of Coetzee family members, 25 photographs, 1980s-1990s
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108.11 Prints of University of Strathclyde and University of Cape Town awards ceremony, 6 photographs, 1985 and 1995
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108.12 Snapshots of Jerusalem Prize Ceremony, 15 photographs (disbound album), 1987
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109.1 Professional prints and snapshots of cycling tours, 85 photographs, 1990s
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109.2 Engravings of Coetzee (profile), 1992
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109.3 Snapshots and prints of awards ceremonies, 37 photographs, 1992-circa 2000
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109.4 Press and dust jacket portraits (some photocopied), 59 photographs, 1992-2008
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109.5 Slides and contact sheets of press and dust jacket portraits, 1992-2008
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109.6 'Djibouti,' snapshots, 8 photographs, 1997
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109.7 Snapshots for driver's permits, South African driver's permits, 8 photographs, 1997-2000
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109.8 Snapshots of various ceremonies and book signings, 24 photographs, 2000-2003
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109.9 Snapshots, 32 photographs, 2004-2008
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109.10 Snapshots of The Order of Mapungubwe award ceremony, 17 photographs, 2005
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109.11 Press photos of visit to University of Murcia, 13 photographs, 2007
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109.12 Snapshots of Gisela Coetzee (daughter), 14 photographs, undated
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109.13 Portraits of 2 unidentified women, 2 mounted photographs, 1948 and undated
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109.14 Snapshot of unidentified cricket batsman, 1 photograph, undated
University at Buffalo, The State University of New York
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110.1 African Studies program, correspondence and other documents, 1968-1971
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110.2 Application for permanent residence in Canada, correspondence and official documents, 1969
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110.3 Application for permanent residence in the United States, correspondence and official documents, 1965-1971
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110.4 Correspondence, 1967-1971
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110.5 Course evaluations and descriptions, handwritten evaluations, typed course descriptions, 1968-1971
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110.6 Dissertation candidates, circa 1970s
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110.7 English Faculty directories and list of authors and works, 1968-1971
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110.8 Faculty candidates, typed correspondence re faculty appointments and tenure, 1968-1971
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110.9, osb 146 Hayes 45 arrests: faculty and administrative reports and correspondence, The Gazette special edition, Newsweek issue, typed protestor documents (newspaper clipping moved to oversize), 1970
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110.10 Hayes 45 arrests: trial documents, various documents relating to trial, 1970
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110.11 Letters of recommendation, typed correspondence, 1969-1971
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110.12 Press clippings, bulk re the Vietnam War and other atrocities, circa 1970s
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110.13 Salary: correspondence re salary increases, 1969-1971
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110.14 Teaching appointment, typed correspondence, 1967-1968
University of Cape Town (student)
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111.1 Commencement programs and photograph of Coetzee receiving diploma, 1950-1970
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111.2 Correspondence, typed and handwritten, 1957-1961
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111.3 English Honors: handwritten notes, 1960
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111.4 English Honors: examination booklets, 1960
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111.5 'English I,' typed and handwritten graded compositions, undated
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111.6 'English II,' handwritten notes and exercises, 1958
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111.7 'English III,' handwritten notes and compositions, 1959
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111.8 'Essays,' handwritten essays and notes; handwritten poster advertising gathering of the Philosophic Society, 1957-1961
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111.9 'Literary Miscellany,' issues, 1958 and 1959
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111.10 Logic, handwritten, graded essays, undated
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111.11 Notes, 1960s
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112.1 Notes for master's thesis, circa 1962
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112.2 Master's thesis, The Works of Ford Madox Ford with Particular Reference to the Novels, bound volume, 1963
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112.3 Poetry and other writings, handwritten and typed compositions, correspondence, announcements, newspaper clippings and competition entries with adjudicator's reports, 1957-1961
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112.4 Sitongo, photocopy of title page and page 444, 1881
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112.5 Staff newsletter and scholarship guide, 1958-1960
University of Cape Town (teacher)
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113.1 Applications and Promotions, typed documents and correspondence, 1971-1993
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113.2 'Banned Books,' handwritten notes and typed documents and correspondence, 1972
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113.3 Conferences: typed and handwritten notes and documents, programs, newspaper clippings and ephemera, 1972-2001
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osb 147 'Biko inquest press reports,' newspaper clippings, 1976-1977
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113.4 Correspondence, typed, 1969-2001
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113.5 English tutorials, typed and handwritten documents, 1978-1982
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113.6 Examiner's reports, typed documents and correspondence, 1976-1995
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113.7 Financial, official documents, 1999-2001
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113.8 Grade book, 1972-1977
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113.9 Grade book, 1984-1999
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113.10 Graduation ceremony program, 1985
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113.11 'Hero and Bad Mother' (poem), typed and handwritten drafts and correspondence, 1972-1975
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114.1 Leave applications and reports, official forms and correspondence, 2001
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114.2 Letters of recommendation, 1975-2001
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114.3 Newsletters, published newsletters, 1983-1988
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osb 148 Newspaper clippings (Cape Town), circa 1975
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114.4 Pre-registration program, 1983
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114.5 Press clippings, 1987-2001
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114.6 Retirement, official documents and correspondence, 1999-2001
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114.7 Salary, official documents and forms (photocopies and originals), 2000-2002
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114.8 Samuel Beckett materials, photocopies, 1937 and 1994
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114.9 'Seminars,' typescripts and correspondence, 1996-1999
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114.10-11 'Seminars taught abroad,' materials for courses taught at University of Chicago, University at Buffalo, Johns Hopkins, Harvard, and University of Texas at Austin, 1984-2002
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114.12 'Talks,' typescripts for public addresses, 1973-1982
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114.13 Unpublished essays, typed drafts with handwritten revisions and notes, 1973, others undated
University correspondence
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115.1 Johns Hopkins, 1985-1990
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115.2 Strathclyde, 1984-1985
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115.3 University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, 1982-1989
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115.4 Varia, includes printout index of correspondence, 1977-1987
University of Texas at Austin
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116.1 Correspondence, 1965-1968
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116.2 Dissertation documents, typed correspondence and other related documents, 1967-1968
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116.3 Doctoral dissertation, The English Fiction of Samuel Beckett: An Essay in Stylistic Analysis, bound volume, 1968
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116.4 German for reading, typed and handwritten exercises and photocopied materials, 1965-1967
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116.5 Grades, copied and original grade reports, 1957-1969
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116.6 Identification cards, 1957-1969
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116.7 Language learning materials, typed and handwritten exercises and notes including a 1965 Soviet newspaper, 1965-1967
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116.8 Letters to student newspaper, mimeographed portions of Coetzee's contributions, circa 1967
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117.1 Materials for graduate courses, typed and handwritten notes, compositions, papers and examinations, 1965-1967
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117.2 Newspaper clippings, 1964-1966
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117.3-4 Notes for oral exams, detailed typed notes on authors and works, 1967
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117.5 Notes, papers, and examination materials, typed and handwritten, 1965-1967
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117.6 Readings for medieval literature course, typed notes and excerpts, 1967
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117.7 Term papers for graduate courses, typed graded papers with handwritten notes, 1966-1967

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Series V. Serial Publications, 1955-2012 (also see index)

Individual volumes containing Coetzee writings
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118.1-16 Acta Germanica--Australian Book Review, 1973-2008
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119.1-12 Avenç--Current Writing, 1970-2009
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120.1-9 Dimensions--Esquire, 1976-1994
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121.1-11 Fair Lady--Higher Times Education Supplement, 1959-2010
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122.1-14 Inrockuptibles--Lettre Internationale, 1960-2010
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123.1-18 Linguistics--Le Nouvel Observateur, 1958-2009
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osb 149-151 New York Review of Books: issues in which Coetzee's work appears, 1986-2012
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124.1-12 Ostragehege--Reform, 1961-2008
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125.1-8 Representations--Salmagundi, 1973-1997
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126.1-16 Saval-Kongresreferate--Süddeutsche Zeitung Wochenende, 1955-2002
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127.1-12 Suid-Afrikaan--21st Century Literature, 1973-2010
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128.1-8 University of Cape Town Studies in English--Writing in Holland and Flanders, 1973-2004
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osb 152 Periodicals containing articles by or about Coetzee, 1984-2010
Individual photocopied articles
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129.1 Achterberg's 'Ballade van de gasfitter'--'In the Beginning,' 1956-1993
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129.2 Interviews, 1979-1986
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129.3 Into the Dark Chamber--Poems, 1958-1988
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129.4 Reviews, 1971-1986
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129.5 The Rhetoric of the Passive in English--The War and Michael K., 1971-1986

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Series VI. Publicity, 1974-2012

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140.1-2 Book covers, 2000-2012
Clippings
General
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133.2 1981-1999
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134.1-2 2000
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134.4 2001-2002
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136.3 2003-2004
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137.1-2 2004
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137.3-4 2005
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137.7 2006
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138.3-4 2007
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138.5 2008-2009
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139.3-4 2010-2011
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139.5 2012
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137.6 Italian press, 2006
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133.4 Jerusalem Prize, 1987
Nobel Prize
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135.1 French press, 2003
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135.2 German press, 2003
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135.3 Italian press, 2003
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135.4 South African press, 2003
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135.5 Swedish press, 2003
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135.6 UK press, 2003
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135.7 USA and other press, 2003
Scrapbooks
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130.2 1974-1983
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130.6 1982-1988
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131.1 1983-1988
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131.2 1985-1991
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131.4 1987-1993
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140.3 Publishers' catalogs, 2004-2012
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140.4 Programs: award ceremonies, festivals, 2005-2012
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osb 153 Posters, 1983-2004

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 Index of Business Correspondents 

Letters from Coetzee's literary agents--David Higham Associates, Murray Pollinger, and Peter Lampack Agency, Inc.--comprise a significant portion of his business correspondence and can be found in virtually every folder. Every instance of such correspondence is not recorded here.

  • Abel, Alison M.--69.1
  • Achtert, Walter S.--69.1
  • Actuel--70.6
  • Adam, Rasheeda--92.3
  • Adès, David (Friendly Street Poets, Inc.)--90.8
  • Africa Arts Foundation (Botswana)--73.5
  • The African Arts Fund, Inc. (New York, N.Y.)--72.2-3, 73.3, 73.5
  • African Literature Association--84.3, 86.4
  • Akin, Marla K.--79.2-3, 80.1-2
  • Alberty, Robert A. (American Academy of Arts & Sciences)--88.5, 92.3, 93.7
  • Alfred A Knopf, Inc.--69.2, 70.4, 71.2-3, 72.2-3, 74.4-5, 75.5, 76.1, 77.5
  • Alcorn, Paul (Somerset Celebration of Literature)--91.6
  • Alonso, Philip J.--90.4
  • Altmann, Peter Simon, 1968--93.7
  • American Academy of Arts and Sciences--75.5, 81.5, 84.6, 85.4, 86.3-4, 87.1, 88.5, 87.3, 88.5, 92.3
  • American Biographical Institute, Inc.--79.2-3
  • American Center of P.E.N.--72.1-2
  • American Film Magazine--72.4
  • The American Scholar--89.4
  • Amesbury Hill Productions--70.7
  • Anderson, Marie Louise--93.2
  • André Deutsch (Firm)--72.2, 73.5, 74.1-2
  • Angelus Novus Productions--92.7
  • Animals Australia--91.8
  • Anne, Wegerhoff A.--86.3
  • Art & Antiques--71.3-4
  • Arthurs, Jason (Vintage Books)--90.5, 91.1
  • Ahlston, E. M. (Australian Association for Humane Research, Inc.)--91.2, 93.6
  • Artin, Tom (Free Tibet)--92.1
  • The Arts Club of Chicago--89.5
  • Asher, Linda--70.2
  • The Aspen Institute--73.1, 75.5, 76.4
  • Associated Press--72.4
  • Association of Literary Scholars and Critics--79.5-6, 80.4-5
  • Ateefa, Taliep A.--86.7
  • Atkins, Robert--93.2
  • Attridge, Derek--77.5
  • Attwell, David--73.4-5, 74.1, 74.3, 75.5, 76.4, 77.3-4, 78.4, 79.5-6, 80.4-5, 81.1-2, 82.6, 85.3, 86.2-3, 86.6, 87.5, 88.3-5
  • Attwell, Paddy--85.4
  • The Australian Academy of the Humanities--92.4
  • Australian Book Review--90.6
  • Axelrod, Mark (John Fowles Center for Creative Writing)--83.4
  • Baker, Keith Michael--81.3-4, 82.4-5, 83.1
  • Barr, Nancy E.--92.3
  • Batchelor, John Calvin--70.4-5, 72.2
  • Batki, John--89.3
  • Bauman, Melissa--70.2
  • Baumann, Melissa--70.1-2, 71.3, 74.5
  • BBC Fictionlab--89.3
  • Beard, Linda Susan, 1951- --70.2
  • Beattie, Peter, 1952- --90.4, 92.1, 93.1
  • Becker, Maximilian--69.1
  • Beckett International Foundation--73.3, 74.3, 79.2-3, 80.1-2
  • Beckett, Samuel, 1906-1989--79.2
  • Bednarik, Joseph (Copper Canyon Press)--93.2, 93.7
  • Beinart, Julian--70.1-2
  • Beloff, Michael, 1942- --89.3, 89.5, 89.9, 90.3, 90.5
  • Bell, Norman H.--89.9
  • Bengin, Emma (Random House Australia)--93.8
  • Berchowitz, Gill--69.2
  • Berdahl, Robert M.--81.1
  • Bergsma, Peter, 1952- --71.2-3, 71.5, 72.1, 72.3-4, 73.1, 76.3-4, 82.2-5
  • Berlin, Henssel Verlag--70.7
  • Berman, Mitch--91.3
  • Bestall, Clifford (Southern Independent Productions)--70.6, 71.1
  • Betty, Jones B.--77.5
  • Beverley, Pratt B.--88.5
  • Bigleven, Annemarie--93.1
  • Billington, James H.--91.4
  • Bindella, M. T. (Maria Teresa)--75.2-3
  • Bioenergetics of Exercise Research Unit--75.1-3
  • Bizot, Jean-François--70.6
  • Black Oak Books (Firm)--72.3
  • Blacklaws, Troy--93.7
  • Blackstock Pictures Inc.--78.4, 79.1, 81.1
  • Bland, Elizabeth (Faber and Faber)--70.5
  • Blanton, Sandra (Peter Lampack Agency, Inc.)--74.4, 75.4, 76.3, 77.1-2, 78.3, 79.2-3, 80.3, 81.3-5, 82.1-6, 83.3-5, 84.2-3, 84.5-7, 85.2, 85.4, 85.6, 86.2, 86.5, 87.2, 86.7, 88.4-6, 89.4-5, 89.7-9, 90.1, 90.4-6, 90.8, 91.1, 91.3, 91.5, 91.8
  • Blaschke, Daniela--93.6
  • Bloomsbury Press--see Bloomsbury Publishing
  • Bloomsbury Publishing--84.4
  • Blunk, Donald L.--83.1, 83.4
  • Blyth, Juan--89.3
  • Bogaert, J. van den--69.1
  • Boon, Jim (Texas Exes)--91.3
  • Boorman, John--69.1
  • Bosch, Walter (Robert Walser Foundation)--93.8
  • Boston Review--73.4
  • Bothwell, Ali (Penguin Putnam, Inc.)--87.2, 87.3, 87.8
  • Botswana Review--73.5
  • Boudino, Mario--93.4
  • Bouman, Jan E.--89.5
  • Bourgois, Joëlle--79.1
  • Bowden, Jane A.--69.2
  • Boyers, Robert (Salmagundi)--76.3-4, 77.1, 79.2-6, 80.4-5, 81.2, 82.4-5, 91.6
  • Breytenbach, Breyten--78.3, 79.2-4
  • Brick, Ann (American Civil Liberties Union Foundation)--90.5
  • Bridgitte, Henniger-Weidmann--70.7
  • Brink, André--72.1-2
  • Bristol, Barbara K.--74.5
  • British Broadcasting Corporation--72.3, 75.1-3, 76.3, 77.1, 85.7, 86.5
  • The British Library--89.4 89.9
  • Brodhead, Richard H., 1947- --77.2-4, 77.5, 78.2
  • Bromberg, Adam--70.1, 70.4
  • Brown, Kurt McGinnis--77.1
  • Brown, Susan W.--79.2-3
  • Bruccoli Clark Layman--72.4, 84.5, 85.7, 93.7
  • Bruce Howard--89.5
  • Bryer, Linna--70.2
  • Bullock, Leigh Evans--89.8
  • Burch, Marcia--70.1-2
  • Burger, Willem Daniël--86.4, 87.7
  • Burgess, Owen--73.3, 73.5
  • Burkman, Katherine H.--71.3
  • Byron, John (The Australian Academy of the Humanities)--93.6
  • Cable, John H.--90.4
  • Cabot, Louis W. (American Academy of Arts & Sciences)--88.5, 92.3, 93.7
  • Cagle, William R. (William Rea)--77.1
  • Caine, Michael Harris (Man Booker Prize)--77.4
  • Caine Prize for African Writing--85.1, 85.8, 86.4-5, 87.1-3, 87.8, 88.4-6, 89.4-5, 90.1, 93.2
  • Calder & Boyars--69.1
  • Calder, John, 1927- --69.1
  • Cambridge University Press--74.4-5, 80.1-2
  • Canadian Broadcasting Corporation--71.3
  • Cape Town Film Festival (1979)--69.3-4
  • Carl Hanser Verlag--72.4, 73.2-3, 74.5, 75.1, 82.2-3, 83.2
  • Carl Purington Rollins Printing-Office--See Yale University Press
  • Carter, Jimmy, 1924- --92.5
  • Cashion, David (Penguin Group)--93.5
  • Castelijns, Patrick--93.4-5
  • Catchpole, Celia--69.2, 75.2-3, 76.1
  • Celebrezze, Cat (Dunvagen)--93.6, 93.8
  • John Fowles Center for Creative Writing--83.4
  • Center for Research in the Humanities--see Københavns universitet. Humanistiske forskningscenter
  • Center on Religion & Society (New York, N.Y.)--72.3
  • Central Institute of English & Foreign Languages--76.3
  • Central News Agency Literary Award--69.3, 70.1, 76.1, 80.1-2
  • Chaffin, Kym B.--83.2
  • Chance, Tony M.--71.2
  • Charles Scribner's Sons--77.3-4
  • Chassie, Karen (Who's Who in the World)--90.7
  • Cheadle, Josephine (Ravan Press)--71.2
  • Chicago Humanities Festival--81.1
  • Chinski, Eric (Farrar, Straus & Giroux)--87.4, 89.9, 93.1
  • Chronicle of higher education--81.4
  • Cité du Livre (Aix-en-Provence, France)--81.3, 81.5, 82.2-6
  • Clain, Judy (Little, Brown and Company)--92.7
  • Clarke, Graeme (The Australian Academy of the Humanities)--92.4
  • CNA Investment, Ltd. South Africa--69.3-4, 70.1-2
  • Codena, Monica--78.5, 79.1
  • Colby, Vineta--70.7
  • Collège International des Traducteurs Littéraires--76.1
  • Committee on Social Thought--81.3-5, 84.3, 85.2, 87.1, 89.6
  • Common Knowledge--80.3, 80.6, 81.3-4, 84.1, 86.6, 88.1
  • Commonwealth Foundation--80.3-5, 81.3, 86.3
  • The Commonwealth Writers Prize--80.1-5, 81.3, 81.5, 82.1-3, 85.8, 86.2, 86.7
  • Comparative Literature (University of Oregon)--73.3-4, 79.1
  • Comstock, Rolland L.--75.1
  • Congrat-Butlar, Stefan--69.2
  • Congress of African Writers--83.4
  • Contemporary Authors--69.2, 74.1, 74.4-5, 84.4, 91.5
  • Contemporary Literary Criticism--72.1
  • Contemporary Literature--76.4
  • Contrast--70.6, 73.5, 81.3
  • Cooke, Geraldine--74.4, 75.2-3
  • Cooke, Michael G.--74.3
  • Cooper, Jessica (David Higham Associates)--87.5, 88.4, 89.5, 91.3, 93.3-5
  • Copek, Peter J.--84.1-2
  • Corneille, Linda (Société des auteurs et compositeurs dramatiques)--93.7
  • Cottong, Kathy S. (Committee on Social Thought)--89.6
  • Court, Kathryn (Faber and Faber and Viking Press)--70.1--6, 71.1-3, 72.1-3, 73.2, 74.3, 76.2-4, 77.5, 78.1-3, 78.5, 79.1-3, 80.3-5, 81.1, 81.4-5, 83.1, 86.1, 88.6, 89.4, 90.3
  • Cover, Aliza--90.3
  • Cowan, Jenny (Bookmark)--71.1
  • Crewe, Jonathan V.--77.3-4, 85.1, 85.6, 86.4
  • Cugnoni, Rachel (Vintage Books)--89.8, 89.10, 91.6-7, 92.2, 93.1, 93.5-6
  • Da Costa, Patricia A.--72.4, 73.1
  • Daedalus (Cambridge, Mass)--83.4
  • Das, Ranajit--86.4, 87.2, 88.1-2, 88.5, 89.1, 89.5-6, 89.8, 90.3, 90.6, 91.2, 91.6, 93.3, 93.7
  • Daves, Joan--69.1
  • David Higham Associates--81.4, 82.1-5, 83.1, 83.3-5, 84.1-7, 85.1-3, 85.5, 85.7-8, 86.2, 86.4-5, 86.7-2, 87.5, 87.8, 88.3, 89.2-3, 89.5-7, 89.10, 90.4-6, 90.8, 91.3, 93.2-4, 93.8
  • David Lavin Association, Inc.--73.2, 73.5
  • David Philip Publishers--72.2, 75.1, 76.1, 76.3-4, 83.4
  • Davis, Sandra C.--75.5
  • De Angelis, Paul T.--70.7, 71.1
  • De Barr, Joy--71.5, 72.2
  • Dent, Chester--70.2
  • Deirkauf, Leo--83.2
  • Descoteaux, Danielle (Blackwell Publishing Ltd.)--93.1
  • Dess, G. David--72.1-2
  • De Vos Malan, Jacques--71.3, 72.1
  • Dewse, David A.--79.1
  • Dilanyan, Rema--92.2, 92.6, 93.1-4, 93.6-8
  • Dizzy Ink Ltd.--81.3, 82.4-5, 84.2-3, 87.8
  • Dolger, Jonathan--69.2
  • Dooren, Wim van--93.8
  • Doubleday--73.1
  • Dowling, Andrew G.--76.2
  • Driver, Dorothy--70.1, 76.1, 76.3-4, 79.5-6, 80.1-2, 80.4-5, 83.4, 84.2, 85.4, 87.5
  • Dublin Writers Festival--85.5
  • Duffy, Kevin--69.3-4
  • Dunn, Susan E.--82.4-6, 83.1, 87.5, 87.7-8, 93.5
  • Dye, Nancy Schrom, 1947--89.7
  • Ecco Press--78.1
  • Echte, Bernhard (Robert Walser Archive)--93.8
  • Edinburgh University Press--86.7
  • Edinburgh University Press--87.1
  • Edmonds, Phillip (West Ink)--93.3
  • Egeland, Leif--69.1
  • Einstein Forum--88.3, 89.5
  • Eisen, Jenny--93.8
  • Elie Wiesel Foundation for Humanity--93.8
  • Ellis, John M.--79.5-6
  • Emerson, Ralph L.--93.7-8
  • Engelman, Donald M.--77.1
  • English Academy of Southern Africa--69.2, 70.3, 70.6-7, 71.1, 74.5, 87.7
  • English Centre of International PEN--79.5-6, 80.4-5, 81.1
  • Europa Publications Limited--89.1
  • Evans, Carolyn--91.1, 92.7
  • Faber and Faber--69.1, 70.4-5, 72.1, 73.2
  • Farrar, Straus & Giroux--76.2, 76.4, 86.5, 87.3, 93.1
  • Fasold, Renate--69.2-4
  • Faulkner, Larry R.--90.5, 91.2
  • Fear, Bill--93.1
  • Ferguson, Jon--90.5, 92.6
  • Fiction International--71.5, 72.1
  • Fiction Matter: The Newsletter of the IMPAC Dublin Literary Award--93.2
  • Figgins, Alwyn--93.4
  • Film Education Unit--71.5, 75.5
  • Firestone, Charles M.--76.4
  • Fischer, Gerhard, 1945- --93.7
  • Fiske, Ingrid 1951- --78.4, 78.5, 79.2-3, 79.5-6, 80.1-2, 80.4-6, 85.5
  • Fleischer, Anthony (South African Centre of International PEN)--92.7
  • Floyd, Jack E.--93.7
  • Foer, Jonathan Safran, 1977--93.6
  • Fogel, Jean-François--72.1
  • Folio Society (London, England)--84.1, 84.7, 91.5
  • Folwer, Alastair--69.3-4
  • Forwood, Jillian--93.4
  • Foundation for the Promotion of the Translation of Dutch Literary Works--69.1
  • Foyle, Christopher, 1943- (W. & G. Foyle, Ltd.)--86.4-5
  • Francken, Eep--93.6
  • Frank, Dan (Pantheon Books)--86.4, 90.7
  • Fujiwara, Akio--82.1-6, 83.1-5, 84.5, 85.1, 86.3, 86.5, 87.6
  • Fryar, Ricky G.--83.1
  • Gallivan, Marion F., 1940- --84.1, 86.2
  • Gardner, Anthony (Peter Lampack Agency, Inc.)--70.5, 71.4, 72.1, 73.2, 73.4, 90.3
  • Garfield, Susan E. (Rockefeller Foundation)--84.1, 88.1, 89.5
  • Garrison, James D.--85.3-4, 86.1-2
  • Garthe, Karen, 1949- --70.7
  • Gass, William H., 1924- --78.3
  • Gatenby, Greg (Harbourfront Reading Series)--71.1-4, 74.3-5, 81.1, 86.2, 87.6-7, 89.9
  • Gates, Henry Louis--92.2
  • Gerstley, Michael J.--73.1, 90.5
  • Giesenberg-Haag, Jens--77.1
  • Gifford, Jon (International Biographical Centre)--90.6
  • Glenn Horowitz Bookseller--72.1, 90.4
  • Glow-Worm Media Production Co.--72.3
  • Glusman, John--73.2, 76.2, 76.4
  • Goff, Martyn (Man Booker Prize)--92.1
  • Gold, Don--69.1
  • Goldbert, David Theo--82.2-3
  • Goodwin, Sarah Webster--81.2
  • Gordimer, Nadine--69.2, 71.1, 72.2, 90.6
  • Gorbachev, Mikhail Sergeevich, 1931- (Pio Manzù International Research Centre)--89.4
  • Gordon, Sally K.--80.1-2
  • Gotlieb, Howard B.--71.4, 73.4-5, 74.5
  • Grandstaff, Emily K. (University of Virginia Press)--91.5
  • Grafton, Anthony--92.7
  • Granta Books--71.3-4, 74.3, 79.5-6, 80.1-3, 83.5, 84.1, 86.2, 89.1
  • Green, Donna K.--75.5
  • Greene, Cary M.--81.3
  • Greenwood Press--72.3, 73.5
  • Greiner, William R.--90.3, 90.5
  • Griffith, Jean M. (University of Texas at Austin)--88.1
  • Groom, Linda (National Library of Australia)--93.1
  • Grove, Lloyd J.--89.8
  • Guy, Melody R. (Random House Publishing Group)--93.7
  • Hall, Robert Arnold--91.3, 93.1, 93.4
  • Haluska, Jan Charles, 1941- --73.5, 74.1
  • Hamish Hamilton Ltd--73.5, 77.3-4
  • Hamnett, Andrew (University of Strathclyde)--90.8, 91.6, 92.1, 93.6
  • Harbor Front Reading Series--88.3
  • Harbourfront--71.2-4
  • Harcourt Brace Jovanovich--72.3
  • Hardiman, Tomás (Galway Arts Centre)--93.2
  • Harper & Brothers--70.1-2, 70.7, 72.3, 73.3
  • Harper & Row, Publishers--69.2-4, 73.2-3
  • HarperCollins (Firm)--79.1-3, 88.5, 89.10, 93.8
  • Harper's--see Harper & Brothers
  • Harrison, Sophie (GRANTA)--89.1
  • Harrison, Walter (president, University of Hartford)--86.5
  • Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center--73.1
  • Harvard Review--77.1
  • Harvard University Press--72.4, 73.1-3, 73.5, 74.4-5, 75.1-5, 76.1-3, 77.1, 78.1, 78.3, 78.5, 81.2, 83.2, 84.3, 90.4, 92.1
  • Harvey, Kenneth J.--87.5, 88.7, 89.4
  • The Harvill Press--87.8
  • Hassett, Mary K.--79.1
  • Heale, Jay--70.2-3, 70.5, 72.3
  • Heaney, Seamus, 1939- --78.2-3
  • Heinemann(Firm)--69.1
  • Held, Lawrence--93.8
  • Heller, Jeffrey M.--91.3
  • Helsey, Daniel J.--83.2
  • Henssel, Karl H.--70.7
  • Herber, Avril--69.3-4
  • Herron, Caroline Rand--83.5, 85.3
  • Herzog, Ernst--89.8, 90.1, 93.6
  • Hetherington, Paul, 1958- --93.1
  • Heyward, Michael, 1959- --93.5
  • Hirsch, Constance--69.1
  • Hirsch, Edward--71.3, 74.4-5
  • Hirschberg, Stephanie von--93.7
  • Hirt, E. Jill--83.3
  • Hofstadt, Stephanie (Murray Pollinger Agency)--70.5, 70.7, 71.1-3
  • Hogan, Clare (The International Dublin Literary Award)--90.1
  • Holland, Erin (Deputy Commissioner of Taxation, Australian Government)--93.2
  • Holmes, David R.--88.6, 89.1-2
  • Hoppe, Deborah C.--83.1
  • Hosokawa, Yukito--72.2
  • Houghton Library--81.4
  • Houghton, Mifflin--87.2, 87.4, 88.3, 89.5, 89.9
  • Howard, Bruce (Sugarbush Foundation)--91.2, 93.8
  • Hulbert, Ann (The New Republic)--71.2-3, 71.5, 72.1, 72.3-4, 73.3-4, 74.2-3, 77.1
  • Hull, David Stewart (Peter Lampack Agency, Inc.)--69.1-4, 70.1-5, 71.2-4, 73.1
  • Human & Rousseau Publishers Ltd.--70.1-4, 70.7, 71.5, 72.1, 74.5
  • Human Sciences Research Council--71.1-2, 72.2, 72.4, 73.2
  • Humane Society of the United States--91.8, 92.1
  • Hunter, Bruce (David Higham Associates)--81.3-5, 82.1-5, 83.5, 84.1-2, 84.5, 85.1-2, 85.5, 85.7, 86.5-7, 86.7-4, 87.8, 88.2-4, 89.6, 89.10, 90.2, 90.4-6, 93.1, 93.3, 93.5, 93.8
  • Huntington, Nancy A.--76.1
  • Hunzinger, Anita--92.7
  • Hyland, M. J. (Maria Joan), 1968- --92.2, 92.7
  • Hyman, Suzanne K.--75.1-4
  • Hyperion--86.7, 89.4-5
  • The Independent Magazine--78.3
  • Indiana University. Press--78.3
  • International Biographical Center--92.6
  • The International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award--86.6, 90.1, 90.3, 92.4
  • International Literary Festival in Reykjavík--92.2
  • Ionesov, Anatoly (International Museum of Peace and Solidarity)--90.5
  • International Organization of Folk Art--93.2, 93.6
  • International Parliament of Writers--78.5, 79.1, 81.4
  • International Robert Musil Gesellschaft--93.8
  • International Writers Center--78.3, 79.1-3, 80.1-2, 81.3, 83.5
  • International Writer's Reunions--72.4, 73.1
  • Irish Times International Fiction Prize--80.3
  • Irish Times Literature Prizes--80.3
  • Irish Times, Ltd. (Dublin, Ireland)--80.4-5
  • Irwin, John T. (Johns Hopkins)--73.4, 82.1, 83.1-2, 93.3
  • Isaacs, Henry E.--73.4
  • Jacobs, Johan--70.2
  • James A. Michener Center for Writers--80.1-3, 82.1
  • James Brown Associates, Inc.--69.1-4
  • Jameson, Frederic R.--76.4
  • Jennings, Madalene--69.3-4, 70.1-2
  • Jerusalem International Book Fair--72.4, 73.1-2, 74.2, 75.2-3, 90.3
  • Jerusalem Post--73.1
  • Jhawar, Shiv R. (Noble World Foundation)--93.4
  • Joan Daves Agency--69.1
  • John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation--89.7
  • Jonathan Cape--92.1
  • Jones, Andrew D.--80.4-5
  • Jones, Barry O.--80.1
  • Jones, Philip Gwyn--79.1-3
  • Joshi, Sanjay Kumar--88.5, 89.3, 89.8, 90.3, 93.1
  • Journal of Literary Studies--77.1
  • Journal of the South African PEN Centre--93.2
  • Jukes, Lara (British Library)--93.4
  • Julian Bach (Jr. Literary Agency)--69.1
  • Kalich Organization--72.4
  • Kaplan, Robert (The Liaison Clinic)--93.5
  • Karl, Schondorfer--93.6
  • Karmel, Heather (The University of Adelaide)--93.8
  • Kaschula, Russell--83.5
  • Herron, Caroline Rand--83.5
  • Kayzer, Wim (VPRO Television)--81.3-5, 82.1-4, 82.6, 83.1-3, 84.1-2, 86.4, 86.6, 86.7
  • Keig, Alan (University of Adelaide)--93.4
  • Kellman, Steven G., 1947- --80.3-5
  • Kennedy, Mary (Meanjin Magazine)--93.8
  • Kennedy, Maura (Galway Arts Centre)--93.1
  • Kennys Bookshops & Art Galleries Ltd.--93.4
  • Khandelwal, Triloki Das (Social Security Foundation, Australia)--93.6
  • Kiley, Gus (Zone Books)--93.2
  • Kirkman, Patricia--69.1
  • Kirkpatrick, Daniel--72.2
  • Kirkwood, Marilyn--69.3-4, 70.2
  • Kirkwood, Mike (Ravan Press)--69.2-4, 70.2-4, 70.7, 71.1, 71.4, 72.1-2, 72.4, 73.1
  • Kirschbaum, Klaus--84.2, 84.5, 85.1
  • Knowles, Jeremy R.--76.2, 84.5
  • Knowlson, James--79.2
  • Københavns universitet. Humanistiske forskningscenter--72.1
  • Köhler, Ursula--83.2-5, 84.2, 84.7, 85.2, 85.4, 85.8, 86.1, 86.4, 87.4-5, 87.7-8, 88.1, 89.1, 89.5, 91.1
  • Kramer, Gary (Temple University Press)--93.1
  • Krauss, Nicole--84.4, 92.4
  • Kusmirek, Sharon J.--82.2-3
  • La Trobe Univ.--91.6
  • Ladd, Michael--93.3
  • Lambrechts, Huga A.--80.4-5
  • Lampack, Peter (Peter Lampack Agency, Inc.)--70.3, 70.5, 70.7, 71.3-5, 72.1-4, 73.2-3, 74.1-5, 75.2-3, 75.5, 76.1, 76.3-4, 77.1-5, 78.1-2, 78.5, 79.4, 80.4-6, 81.1-2, 81.4, 82.1, 82.4-6, 83.1-3, 83.5, 84.2, 84.4, 84.7, 85.3-5, 86.1, 86.3-4, 87.6-7, 88.3, 88.6, 89.1, 89.9, 91.5, 92.3
  • Landolt, Marsha L.--82.4-6, 84.7
  • Lane, Kerstin B.--90.3
  • Lang, Kathryn M.--88.1
  • Lang, Rudi--92.7
  • Lapautre, Michelle (Michelle Lapautre Literary Agency)--70.6, 72.1-3, 73.1-3, 74.2, 76.4, 77.1, 78.4, 79.2-3, 82.4-5, 92.5, 93.2
  • Lasser, Mark B.--76.3
  • Laumonier, Alexandre--80.3
  • Lautenbach, Dale--72.2
  • Lavin, David (David Lavin Associates)--73.2, 73.5, 74.1
  • Lawyer, Stephanie--69.3-4
  • Lee, Moonyeen--70.2, 70.4, 70.7
  • Leebron, David W. (Rice University)--93.5
  • Leman, Gerard--88.4, 90.4, 93.7
  • Le Monde--78.2, 82.6
  • Le Nouvel Observateur--78.2
  • Lens, Nicholas--90.4, 92.7, 93.7
  • Le Parlement International des Écrivains--78.5, 81.5, 82.1
  • Lerner, Laurence--73.5
  • Lerner, Mike--82.1-3
  • Levenduski, Cristine M.--90.2-4
  • Levergood, Thomas (The Lumen Christi Institute)--93.2
  • Leverich, Jean M. (Comparative Studies in Society and History)--80.1-2
  • Levin, Bernard--69.3-4
  • Levinson, Clive--69.3-4
  • Lewis, Robert W. (Robert William), 1930- --70.3, 70.7, 71.3, 81.5
  • Liberation--72.1, 82.2-3, 84.7
  • Lillja, Christopher M.--84.1
  • Lindfors, Bernth--70.2, 71.1, 71.4, 74.2, 74.5, 81.1, 86.2, 88.4
  • Lindhart, Helga W.--70.1, 73.1
  • Linfield, Susan (American Film Magazine)--72.4
  • Lipson, Eden Ross--71.3
  • Literary Criticism Series--75.5, 76.1
  • Litvine, Olivier--89.8
  • Lizzi, Marian (St. Martin's Press)--91.3
  • Llop, Josep Ferrer--93.4
  • London review of books--78.5, 79.2-3
  • Long, Joe R. (Joe R. Long Investments)--91.3
  • Loomis, Robert D.--74.3, 74.5, 75.2-3
  • Loque, Maribel--93.8
  • Louis, Kenneth R. R. Gros--76.3
  • Lui, Anna--93.8
  • Lund, Nicky (David Higham Associates)--84.1-2, 84.6, 85.1-3, 85.5, 85.7-8, 85.8, 86.2, 86.4-5, 87.2, 87.4-6, 88.4, 89.2, 90.8, 93.2
  • Macdonald Purnell Ltd.--79.5-6
  • Macdougall, Beth--69.3-4
  • Machemer, Corona--69.2, 70.3-4
  • Macindoe, Sophie--69.2
  • Mackay, Anne-Marie--80.1-2
  • Mackevich, Eileen R.--81.1
  • Macksey, Eileen M.--73.2
  • Macmillan Publishing Company--69.1, 73.2, 73.4, 78.1
  • Madalene, Jennings--69.3-4
  • Madigan, Timothy J. "Tim"--83.4
  • Magnuson, James L. (University of Texas at Austin)--79.2-3
  • Mailer, Norman (American Center of PEN.)--72.1
  • Mainichi newspapers--see Mianichi Shinbunsha
  • Mainichi Shinbunsha--82.6, 83.1, 83.4
  • Makina, Zanele (South African High Commission)--92.7
  • Malacoleaf--90.5Forsmark, Michael--90.5
  • Maldonado, José C. Miralles--93.7
  • Malmgren, Ole (Royal Danish Consulate General)--90.6
  • Man Booker Prize--74.2, 85.1, 85.3, 88.4, 90.3, 92.1
  • Manase, Claire (Queensland Premier's Literary Award)--92.2
  • Mangolini, Fabio--79.1, 92.6
  • Manuscript Appeal--74.4-5, 75.4-5, 76.1
  • Mariana, Fitzpatrick--93.7
  • Marias, Javier--87.8, 90.8, 92.7, 93.4
  • Marisa, Caramella--93.4
  • Marken, Ron 1939- --93.2
  • Maskew Miller Longman (Pty) Ltd--69.3-4, 70.1-3
  • Matos, T. De--93.5
  • Matsuura, Kōichirō, 1937- --86.6, 90.3
  • McCarren, Vincent P.--90.5
  • McDougall, Beth--69.2
  • McGrath, Charles (The New York Times Book Review)--69.2, 83.1
  • McGrath, T. Joseph--71.5
  • McIntosh, McKee & Dodds, Inc.--69.1
  • McIntyre, Peter--69.3-4
  • McKay, Robert (University of Sheffield)--93.1
  • Meanjin Magazine--92.2, 92.6, 93.8
  • Melzer, Arthur M.--77.1
  • Merriam-Webster, Inc.--78.3
  • Merwe, Annari van der--92.1 (Kwela Books)
  • Meserole, Harrison T.--69.1
  • Calder & Boyars, Ltd--69.1
  • Meyer, Victoria (Viking Press)--70.6-7, 71.2-4, 72.4
  • Michelle Lapautre Literary Agency--72.3, 73.1, 74.1, 76.3, 77.1-2, 77.5, 78.2, 78.4, 79.2-3, 82.4-5, 84.6, 87.3, 88.2
  • Middleton, Gren (Movingstage Marionette Company)--90.8
  • Minkle, Nicole--93.7
  • Mitchell, Breon (Indiana University, Bloomington)--73.5, 74.1, 74.3, 74.4-5, 75.2-4, 76.2-4, 77.1, 78.2-5, 79.1-3, 84.1, 86.2, 86.5, 89.7, 89.9, 93.4
  • Mitsch, Ruthmarie H.--74.5, 78.1-3
  • Mittal, Sushil (James Madison University)--93.7
  • Mizrahi, Martine--69.3-4, 70.2-4
  • Modern Language Association of America--69.1, 73.2, 74.2, 79.5-6, 81.1, 84.7, 86.4
  • Modern Language Association--see Modern Language Association of America
  • Moffett, James R.--91.3
  • Mofolo-Plomer Prize Committee--69.2
  • Mojtabai, Grace--93.5
  • Molan, Katharine M.--92.2
  • Monique, Bach--93.3
  • Mooney, Kathleen Anderson--74.3
  • Moran, Anne D.--72.3
  • Moran, Jennifer A.--81.1
  • Morgan, Marla--93.8
  • Morgan, Olwen--69.1
  • Morris, Leslie A.--78.2, 79.1-4, 81.4, 84.6, 85.1, 87.5, 90.5
  • Moses, Michael Valdez, 1957- --76.3, 76.4, 78.1-2
  • Moses, William F.--72.1
  • Moxley, Joseph Michael--72.4
  • Muchnick, Asya (Little, Brown and Company)--89.8, 92.3, 93.8
  • Mullen, Patrick B., 1941- --71.3
  • Muller, Johan--92.6
  • Mulligan, Geoffrey--77.2, 82.2-3, 83.1, 83.3, 84.2-5, 86.5, 88.1
  • Munro, Madeline--85.1, 85.8, 89.6-8
  • Murray Pollinger Agency--69.1-4, 70.3-7, 71.1-5, 72.1-4, 73.1-5, 74.1-3, 74.5, 75.1-3, 75.5, 76.1-2, 77.1-5, 78.2-5, 79.1-6, 80.1-6, 81.1-2
  • Murray, Hugh (Churchill Murray Publications)--71.2-4
  • Murrell, Mary (Princeton University. Press)--82.4, 84.6, 90.4
  • Musicali, I Pomeriggi--93.4
  • Nadeau, Maurice--69.3-4, 70.1
  • Nairn, Charlie--72.2-3
  • Natal witness (Pietermaritzburg, South Africa)--81.1
  • National English Literary Museum and Documentation Centre (South Africa)--72.2, 75.2-3, 76.4
  • Neuhaus, Richard John--72.3
  • Neumann, Anne Waldron--73.5
  • The New History of German Literature--83.1
  • New Nation, Ltd.--76.1
  • The New Republic--71.2-3, 71.5, 72.1, 72.3-4, 73.3-4, 74.2-3, 77.1
  • New York Public Library--89.8, 90.2, 92.3
  • New York Review of Books--71.3, 72.1-3, 72.4, 74.1, 76.3-5, 77.3-5, 79.1-4, 80.1-6, 81.1-2, 82.1-6, 83.1-4, 84.1, 84.3-5, 84.7, 85.1, 85.7, 86.1, 86.3-5, 87.5, 88.6, 89.1, 89.3-5, 89.7-8, 91.8, 92.1, 92.4, 92.6, 93.1-4, 93.7
  • New York Times Book Review--72.3, 83.5
  • New York Times--71.2-4, 72.1-3, 73.1, 83.1, 83.5, 84.3, 90.3
  • New Yorker--69.2, 70.3, 73.4, 79.1, 88.6, 93.3
  • Newsweek--85.2
  • Nexus Institute--89.6-8
  • Nicholas, Nancy--69.2
  • Niederle, Helmuth A. (Helmuth Anton), 1949- --84.2-3
  • Ning, Zhao (Embassy of the People's Republic of China)--90.6
  • Nir, Rudy N.--72.3
  • Nixon, Carl, 1967- --90.5, 91.8, 93.8
  • Nobel Prize--see Sohlman, Michael
  • Novus, Angelus--93.1
  • Noyes, John K. (John Kenneth)--84.1, 85.4, 85.6, 86.1
  • Oblowitz, Michael (Metafilms)--70.6-7, 71.2
  • Octopus Publishing Group Limited--73.5
  • Ogwal, Ruth--93.8
  • Oldberg, Carl M.--90.4
  • OMNI Publications International Ltd.--74.1
  • One World Forum--91.7, 93.2
  • Osborne, Michael J.--91.6
  • Overbeck, Lois More--80.3
  • Owen Burgess Publishers--73.2-3, 73.5
  • Owen, Peter--69.1
  • Oxford University Press--79.1, 81.2, 82.2-3, 83.4-5, 84.1-3, 84.6
  • Oxlade, Roy--93.4
  • Palm, Marianne--93.1
  • Pampuch, Wilfried--90.3, 93.5
  • Panorama Films--71.5
  • Pantheon Books--74.2, 86.4, 90.5, 90.7
  • Parker, Kenneth, 1932- --83.3
  • Parker, Robert A.--76.2
  • Parliament of the Republic of South Africa--70.6, 86.3
  • Patford, Lance--93.2, 93.4
  • Patty, Ann E.--74.1
  • Peacock, Allen H.--70.4, 72.2
  • Pearson, Bernard W.--89.4
  • Pelikan, Jaroslav, 1923-2006 (American Academy of Arts and Sciences)--81.5
  • Penner, Allen Richard "Dick"--71.5
  • Penguin Books--70.1, 70.2-4, 70.6-7, 71.1-3, 72.4, 73.3, 74.4-5, 75.2-5, 76.1, 80.1-2, 80.6, 81.1, 84.4
  • Penguin Group USA, Inc.--75.1, 77.3-5, 78.2, 78.5, 79.2-6, 80.3-5, 81.1, 81.3-4, 81.4, 82.2-3, 82.6, 83.1-2, 90.2-3, 91.2-3, 91.5-8, 92.2-3, 92.4, 91.6, 92.2-4, 92.6, 93.2-3, 93.8
  • Penguin Putnam, Inc.--83.2-4, 84.1, 84.3-4, 84.6, 85.3, 85.8, 87.2, 87.3, 87.5, 87.8, 88.2, 88.5, 89.3, 89.5
  • Penjakova, Maria--93.3
  • People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals--89.7, 90.3
  • Perez, Gabriel R.--92.1
  • Perl, Jeffrey M.--80.1-3, 80.6, 81.4, 84.1, 86.6
  • Perles, Veronique (Société des auteurs et compositeurs dramatiques)--93.7
  • Perlman, Willa--72.3
  • Perth International Arts Festival--89.7
  • Peter Lampack Agency, Inc.--69.3-4, 70.1-7, 71.1-5, 72.1-4, 73.1-4, 74.1-4, 75.1-4, 76.1, 76.3-4, 77.1-5, 78.1-3, 78.5, 79.1-3, 79.5-6, 80.3, 80.6, 81.1-5, 82.1-6, 83.2-5, 84.2-5, 84.7, 85.2-4, 86.2, 87.4, 88.5, 89.4-5, 89.7-8, 90.1, 90.4-6, 90.8, 91.1, 91.3, 91.5, 91.8, 92.1, 92.3, 92.6, 93.1-4, 93.6-8
  • Peterson, Grethe B.--88.3
  • Pettigrew, Damien P.--74.1
  • Pfeifer, Ken (Who's Who in the World)--90.5-8, 91.1, 91.3-8, 92.1, 92.2, 92.6
  • Phaidon Press, Ltd.--83.4-5, 84.1, 84.4, 84.6
  • Pippin, Robert B., 1948- --78.5, 79.2-3, 87.1
  • Pizzimet, Eleanore--93.4
  • Plastow, Jenny--90.8
  • Polley, James A.--69.3-4, 70.2, 71.5, 72.1
  • Pollinger, Murray (Murray Pollinger Agency)--69.1-2, 70.5, 70.7, 71.1-4, 72.1, 72.4, 74.1, 75.2-5, 78.5, 85.3, 90.3-4
  • Porter, David H., 1935- --80.6
  • Poseidon Press--74.1, 74.3
  • Postel, Gitte--87.7, 93.7
  • Press Intermezzo--89.2
  • PRETEXTS--76.3
  • Price, Eric (Grove/Atlantic Inc.)--93.4
  • Princeton University Press--82.4-5, 84.1-3, 84.4-6, 86.5, 87.1, 87.8, 88.1, 89.5, 89.9, 90.1, 90.5, 90.8, 91.2, 93.7
  • Prisman, Cyril (Africa Arts Foundation (Botswana))--73.5
  • The Profile Books Ltd.--85.8, 86.4
  • Provencher, James W.--90.3
  • Puri, Manjeev Singh--87.2, 89.1, 89.3
  • Quartet Books--72.2-4
  • Quinn, Frank Paul (Princeton University Press)--89.9, 90.8, 92.2, 92.7
  • Qureshi, Amber (Picador USA)--90.7, 91.8
  • Rabinowitz, Jonathan D.--79.5-6
  • Ramey, Fred (Unbridled Books)--93.7
  • Randall, Peter--69.1-2, 74.2
  • Randel, Don M.--88.3
  • Random House Australia--86.4, 90.8, 91.5-8
  • Random House Publishing Group--93.7
  • Random House, Inc.--73.2, 74.3-5, 75.1-3, 76.1-2, 79.4, 81.3, 82.4-6, 83.2, 83.4-5, 86.6, 89.5, 89.7-8, 90.2
  • Rankin, Mary Ann--91.3
  • Rao, D. Venkat--76.3
  • Raptis, Matthew (Amherst College)--93.8
  • Raritan--75.1-5
  • Ravan Press Ltd.--69.1-2, 70.2-4, 70.6, 71.1, 71.4, 72.1-2, 73.1, 73.5, 75.1, 75.5, 77.1, 78.2, 78.4, 82.2-6, 83.1-2, 86.3
  • Redenbach, Robert--93.4
  • Reed, Carol C.--91.2
  • Render, Gordon--70.1, 71.5
  • Rentz, Mark D.--74.3
  • Research in African Literatures--71.4, 74.2-5, 76.2, 78.1, 78.3
  • Ribeiro, Michael--93.7
  • Ricks, Christopher, 1933- --80.4
  • Rissik, David W.--71.1
  • Riverside Lodge--72.2
  • Robertson, Robin--92.1
  • Robinson, Sal (Harcourt)--93.6
  • Rockefeller Foundation--84.1, 88.1, 89.5
  • Rogan-Pikarski Literary Agency--73.1
  • Rohmann, Eric (Princeton University Press)--84.5, 90.5, 90.8, 93.7
  • Rook, Agnes--69.1
  • Rosenthal, Tom G.--69.2-4, 70.2-4, 71.1-3, 71.5, 72.1-2, 73.5, 74.1-2
  • Ross, Eleanor C.--80.4-5
  • Ross, Jean W.--72.4
  • Royal Society of Arts (Great Britain)--75.1, 87.4
  • Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts--see Royal Society of Arts (Great Britain)
  • The Royal Society of Literature--73.4, 76.3
  • Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals--88.5
  • Rozenberg, Paul--73.3
  • Rubicon Press--70.3
  • Ruschak, James E.--73.3
  • Ruden, Sarah--93.8
  • Rushdie, Salman--80.4-5, 92.3
  • Schofield, Will (Paul Dry Books, Inc.)--93.7
  • SA Writer's Centre, Inc.--93.7
  • Sabor, Peter--72.4, 73.1
  • Sacks, Peter--69.3-4, 81.2, 86.3-4, 87.1-5
  • Salmagundi--76.4, 77.3-4, 79.2-3, 81.2, 91.6
  • Salmon, Christian--79.1-3, 87.5
  • Samuel, Alison (Secker & Warburg)--69.3-4, 70.2-3, 70.5-6, 71.1-3, 72.1, 73.2
  • Samuelson, Arthur H.--82.6, 84.5-6
  • Sanford J. Greenburger Associates, Inc.--85.2
  • Saylor, Cynthia E.--83.1
  • Schachter, Raymond D.--72.3
  • Schalkwyk, David J.--85.2
  • Schonrock, Peter--93.7
  • Schreuder, Deryck M.--89.8
  • Schwartz, John Burnham--89.3
  • Marinelli, Bernie N.--89.3
  • Screenlife--79.5-6, 80.1-2
  • Seale, Margaret (Random House Australia)--90.8, 92.6
  • Secker & Warburg--69.2, 70.2-3, 69.3-4, 70.4, 70.6-7, 71.1-3, 71.5, 72.1-4, 73.1, 73.3, 73.4-5, 74.2-5, 75.1-4, 75.5, 76.1, 76.4, 77.1-4, 78.1-3, 78.5, 79.2-3, 80.1-3, 81.2-4, 82.1-6, 83.1-3, 85.1, 89.3
  • Senogles, Renee (Random House Australia)--91.5-6, 91.8
  • Shapiro, Harvey--71.3, 72.2
  • Shapiro, Ian (Yale University)--93.4
  • Shapiro, Raymond--74.1-2, 79.2-4, 81.2, 83.4-5
  • Sheffield, Ann C.--77.3-4
  • Shinder, Jason--72.2
  • Siano, Emanuela--93.4
  • Siciliano, John (Everyman's Library)--93.7
  • Sietsema, Brian M.--78.3
  • Sigglekow, Richard A.--76.1
  • Silver, Sophie E.--76.4
  • Silverman, Ilena B.--73.3
  • Silvers, Robert B. (New York Review of Books)--72.2-3, 76.3-5, 78.3-5, 79.1-3, 80.1-6, 81.2, 82.1-3, 82.6, 83.2-3, 84.1, 84.3-4, 84.7, 85.1, 85.7, 86.1, 86.3-5, 89.1, 89.3-5, 89.7-8, 92.4
  • Simon and Schuster, inc--69.2, 89.4
  • Simpson, Sophie (Simpson Management)--90.8
  • Skead, Moyra--69.2, 70.3, 70.5-7
  • Skidmore College--80.6
  • Slater, Shelley--69.1
  • Slaughter, Carolyn--69.3-4
  • Sleeman, Elizabeth P.--89.1
  • Smith, Caspar Llewellyn--85.2
  • Smith, Nyanda--92.6
  • Smuts, Rosemary--69.3-4
  • Society of Authors (Great Britain)--71.2, 87.7, 89.10
  • Soeiro, Loren Geoffrey--80.6
  • Sohlman, Michael (The Nobel Foundation)--90.3, 90.5-6
  • Solotaroff, Ted--73.3
  • South African Archaeological Society--74.4
  • South African Embassy--71.1
  • South African High Commission--86.3, 86.5, 87.4, 92.3
  • South African Literary Journal--77.1
  • South African Literary Trust--74.3
  • South Atlantic Quarterly--77.3-4
  • South Australian Writer's Festival--93.8
  • Southern African Review of Books--75.2-3, 79.1
  • Southern Methodist University Press--88.1, 89.4
  • Spoull, Richard (The Australian)--93.6
  • St. Martin's Press--72.2, 73.5, 79.2-3, 81.1, 83.1, 87.2, 86.7, 87.3, 91.3
  • Staley, Thomas F. (University of Texas at Austin)--75.2-4
  • Stanford Humanities Center--81.3
  • Stanton, Domna C.--79.5-6
  • Steele, Colin--85.8, 93.8
  • Stolk, Fabian R. W.--75.2-3, 75.4
  • Strachan, Pat (Little, Brown and Company)--93.6
  • Strickland, Susan (Contemporary Authors)--91.5
  • Strydom, E. M. L.--82.2-3
  • Sturridge, Charles--85.5, 86.3, 86.6
  • Summers, Lawrence H.--91.7
  • Svenska akademien--93.7
  • Svenska Dagbladet--71.2, 90.3, 90.5-6
  • Swedish Academy--see Svenska akademien
  • Tahsin, Arzu (Bloomsbury Paperbacks)--92.6
  • Tanner Lectures--88.3
  • Taylor, Mavis L.--76.1
  • Teachers Association of South Africa--70.1
  • Tebeau, Kahreen (Yale University)--93.4
  • Ted, Dane--93.8
  • Terrier, Annie--82.6
  • Texas Center for Writers--See James A. Michener Center for Writers
  • Texas Exes--90.6, 92.4, 93.2
  • Theiner, George (Index on Censorship)--71.1, 71.5
  • The Thomas Pringle Collection for English in Africa--69.1
  • Thomas, Alan G.--79.2-3, 80.6, 82.6, 85.3, 90.3
  • Thompson, Paul Denman (Princeton Univ. Press)--91.2
  • Thomsen, Julie Checkoway--81.1
  • The Threepenny Review--76.3, 76.4, 89.5
  • Tiefenbrun, Susan W. (Thomas Jefferson School of Law)--91.5
  • Tilton, Mary C.--76.3
  • Times Literary Supplement--70.7, 72.2, 74.3, 75.1, 80.3-5, 81.4, 83.1, 84.2-3, 85.2
  • Todd, Dorothy M.--75.1
  • Tomaselli, Keyan--70.2
  • Transport and General Workers Union (Great Britain)--77.3-4
  • Treisman, Deborah--84.5, 93.3
  • TriQuarterly--71.3, 73.4
  • Turley, Emily R.--89.5
  • Turner, Decherd (University of Texas at Austin)--73.1
  • Turner, James Grantham--75.4-5
  • Turtle Point Press--79.5-6, 84.1
  • Uddin, S. Imtiaz--93.3
  • The University Center for Human Values--81.2
  • University of Cape Town Fund, Inc.--72.3
  • University of Chicago. Press--76.4, 77.1, 77.3-4, 78.5, 79.2-4, 80.1-3, 80.6, 81.2, 82.1, 82.6, 85.1, 85.3, 86.7
  • University of Minnesota Press--76.4, 81.2
  • University Press of Virginia--79.1
  • The University of Texas at Austin--73.1, 81.1
  • University of Wisconsin Press--77.1
  • Valone, Philip J., Jr.--73.1
  • Van Geunen, Erika--76.3
  • Van Graan, Mike--77.2
  • Van Rensburg, Barbera--72.1
  • Van Vuuren, Helize--71.3
  • Van Zanten, Marc R.--92.5
  • Vance, Eugene--69.2
  • Vartianen, Pekka--79.1
  • Verlag, Carl Hanser--72.1
  • Verlag, S. Fischer--81.1, 83.2-5, 84.2, 84.7, 85.2, 85.8, 86.4, 86.6, 89.5, 91.1, 92.6, 93.8
  • Vignisson, Runar Helgi--86.3, 88.4
  • Viking Penguin--70.3, 71.5, 72.1-3, 73.1-2, 73.4-5, 74.1-4, 76.2, 76.4-5, 78.1-3, 78.5, 79.1-3, 81.1, 82.1, 82.6, 85.5-6, 85.8, 86.2, 86.5-7, 89.4, 93.2
  • Viking Press--69.1, 70.6-7, 71.2-4
  • Vintage book--76.1, 83.3-5, 84.1, 84.4, 84.7, 85.1-2, 85.7, 88.1, 88.6, 89.1-3, 89.5, 89.8, 89.10, 90.2, 91.6-7, 92.2, 93.1-2, 93.4, 93.6
  • Vital, Rita F.--82.2-3
  • Vivan, Itala--72.1-3, 73.1
  • Vlerlen, Peter Van--89.5
  • Vogelsang, Arthur (American Poetry Review)--92.2
  • Vogue--72.2-3
  • Von Klemperer, Margaret--81.1
  • Voronina, Olga U.--84.4
  • VPRO Television--81.3-5, 81.5, 82.1-6, 83.1, 83.3, 84.1-2, 84.5-6, 85.3-4, 86.7, 87.3
  • Vries, Vera de (VPRO)--82.2-3, 84.5-6, 85.3
  • Vundla, Mfundi--73.3
  • W. & G. Foyle, Ltd.--86.4-5
  • W. W. Norton & Company New York--72.1-4, 75.1, 75.5, 86.2-3, 87.8, 89.8-10, 90.5-6, 91.4, 92.2-4
  • Walsh, Laurie--82.6
  • Washam, Alexis (Penguin Group USA, Inc.)--91.4-7, 92.2-3, 93.2-3, 93.6-8
  • Waters, Lindsay (Harvard University Press)--72.4, 73.1-3, 73.5, 74.3-5, 75.1-5, 76.2-3, 77.1-2, 78.1-3, 78.5, 83.2, 84.3, 90.4
  • Weekly Mail (South Africa)--73.2-3, 73.5, 74.1, 80.6
  • Weekly Mail and Guardian--76.3
  • Weil, Robert (W. W. Norton & Company)--79.2-3, 81.1, 83.1, 87.8, 89.9-10, 90.5-6, 92.4
  • Weiner, Tina C.--74.5, 75.1
  • Wellbery, David E.--83.1
  • Wells, Ethan--93.3
  • Were, Wendy--89.5, 89.7
  • White, Caroline J.--73.5, 75.1
  • White, Jam Gleeson--93.7
  • Whitney Humanities Center--78.3, 79.4-6
  • Who's Who in Australia--93.1
  • Who's Who in the World--90.7-8, 91.6, 93.1, 93.4, 93.7
  • Wieland, Schulz-Keil--71.5
  • Wiesner, Barbara--93.7
  • Willerson, James T.--91.3
  • William Heinemann Publishers--69.2
  • William, Alan D.--69.1
  • William, Heinemann, Ltd.--69.1
  • Wilson, Dominique (Wet Ink)--93.3
  • Wilson, Alice--89.7
  • Wise, Steven M.--90.3
  • Wolf, Howard--76.3, 91.4, 92.7
  • Wolfe Institute for the Humanities--81.3
  • Wolff, Karl Dietrich, 1943- --85.6, 86.1
  • Wollen, Philip (Winsome Constance Kindness Trust)--91.5
  • Wood, Adolf (Times Literary Supplement)--70.7, 72.2, 74.3
  • Wood, Philip R.--83.1, 88.6
  • Wool, Tony--93.4, 93.6
  • World Authors--70.7
  • World Literature Today--83.5, 84.1, 87.1, 88.2
  • Writers & Scholars Educational Trust--71.5, 73.3
  • Writers in the Park--76.1
  • Writer's Voice--72.2
  • Writing Seminars--71.3
  • Yale University Press--72.4, 73.1-5, 74.1, 74.3, 74.5, 75.1, 76.4, 77.5, 84.2, 84.5, 89.9
  • Yancey, Josh M.--81.5
  • Yew, Cliff--93.5
  • Yudof, Mark G. (The University of Texas System)--91.3
  • Zaragoza, Federico Mayor--93.4
  • Zimmermann, Holger--93.2
  • Zinman, M. Richard--76.3-4, 77.1, 77.3-4, 78.1, 80.1-2, 82.1, 83.1, 83.2, 83.4, 84.1, 84.3, 89.3
  • Zuckerman, Harriet (The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation)--91.1

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 Index of Short Works 

Most titles are represented with typescripts while some titles are represented with correspondence and research materials. A few titles are represented only with research materials. Research materials for unidentified articles are not listed. Some titles are derived from handwritten notes and may not correspond with the title used for publication.

  • Address to UCT Fellows--64.3
  • The Afrikaner: Hopes and Silences--65.1
  • Against the South African Grain--66.1
  • The Agentless Sentence as Rhetorical Device, (abstract)--63.7
  • Alex La Guma and the Responsibilities of the South African Writer--63.1
  • As a Woman Grows Older, Robert J. Silvers Annual Lecture--61.7-8
  • Bellow's Gift--65.6
  • Blood, Flaw, Taint, Degeneration: The Case of Sarah Gertrude Millin--63.8
  • Burchell, Pringle, & the South African Picturesque--64.7
  • Byatt, The Virgin in the Garden--32.6
  • Coetzee: Too Late for Politics?, Interview with J. M. Coetzee by Buffalo Arts Review--64.7
  • The Comedy of Point of View in Beckett's Murphy--63.1
  • Comment on Novitz's Paper--64.3
  • Confession and Double Thoughts: Tolstoy, Rousseau, Dostoevsky--64.4
  • Crabwalk--66.4
  • Doris Lessing, Walking in the Shade--32.6
  • Dupe of History--66.7
  • Essays on Clouts and La Guma--63.4
  • Fabulous Fabulist--66.6
  • Farm Novel in Plassroman in South Africa--64.6
  • The Farm--62.6
  • Film review of The Guest--63.6
  • Four notes on Rugby--63.6
  • Frank--32.6
  • From, The End--61.12
  • Generating Surrealist Metaphors by Random Process--63.6
  • Genius of Robert Walser--68.3-4
  • Gerrit Achterberg's Ballad of the Gasfitter, translation by J. M. Coetzee--63.2-3
  • The Great South African Novel--64.2
  • Hinkley lecture--65.2
  • His Man and He, Nobel Lecture--61.10-11
  • Homages, University of California at Berkeley Lecture--32.5
  • Idleness in South Africa and Anthropology and the Hottentots--64.1
  • Interview with J. M. Coetzee by Anne McClintock--64.2
  • Interview with J. M. Coetzee by Christopher Hope for BBC--32.1
  • Interview with J. M. Coetzee by Elzbieta Olesky--64.2
  • Interview with J. M. Coetzee by Expressen--64.3
  • Interview with J. M. Coetzee by Joanna Scott for Paris Review--32.1
  • Interview with J. M. Coetzee by Richard Begam--32.1
  • Into the Dark Chamber: The Writer and the South African State--64.3
  • Introduction to A Posthumous Confession--64.6
  • Introduction to Daphne's Mittee--32.4
  • Introduction to Peter Sacks reading--65.1
  • Introduction to Robinson Crusoe--32.7
  • Jerusalem Prize speech--64.7
  • Kafka: Translators on Trial--66.5
  • Kafka--32.6
  • A Land Apart: A South African Reader--64.6
  • Lessing--32.6
  • Lineal Consciousness in the Farm Novels of C. M. Van Den Heever--64.5
  • Linguistics and Literature and Interpreting Passive Sentences (unpublished)--64.1
  • Love and Walt Whitman--68.5
  • The Making of William Faulkner--67.3
  • The Man with Many Qualities--66.9
  • Man's Fate in the Novels of Alex La Guma--63.4
  • The Manuscript Revisions of Beckett's Watt--63.1
  • The Marvels of Walter Benjamin--65.7-8
  • Messages & Silence--66.2
  • Mulisch--32.6
  • Nabokov's Pale Fire and the Primacy of Art--63.6
  • Newton and the Ideal of a Transparent Scientific Language--63.8
  • Nietverlorn (The Farm)--62.2
  • Nobel banquet acceptance speech--61.9
  • Nooteboom: Critics--32.6
  • The Notion of the English Syllabus--63.4
  • The Novel Today--64.7
  • On Beckett, Lessness--63.5, osb 142
  • On Grief and Reason--32.6
  • Opposition Publishing in South Africa (unpublished)--63.7
  • Palimpsest Regained--67.8
  • Pauline Smith and the Afrikaans Language--63.8
  • Pretexts talk--65.2
  • The Razor's Edge --67.1
  • Radio talk on Henry Miller--63.8
  • Reporting on Rugby--32.2, 65.1
  • Representing South African Literature--64.3
  • Review of The Adversary Within: Dissident Writers in Afrikaans by Jack Cope--64.2
  • Review of African Poems of Thomas Pringle edited by Ernest Pereira--65.3
  • The Review of Africans by Ali Mazrui--64.6
  • Review of Afrikaanse letterkunde by Mineke Schipper--64.3
  • Review of Chile: Death in the South, translated by Robert Cox by Jacobo Timerman--64.7
  • Review of Collected Poems by Sydney Clouts--64.3
  • Review of The Confessions of an Albino Terrorist and Mouroir by Breyten Breytenbach--64.3
  • Review of Diaries 1899-1941 by Robert Musil, edited by Mark Mirsky--32.8
  • Review of Dog Heart: A Memoir by Breyten Breytenbach--32.3
  • Review of The Essential Gesture: Writing, Politics, Places by Nadine Gordimer--65.2
  • Review of Fools and Other Stories by Njabulo Ndebel--64.6
  • Review of Hermeneutics as Politics by Stanley Rosen--65.1
  • Review of The Iron Tracks by Aharon Appelfeld--32.3
  • Review of Kaapse rekwisiete by Wilma Stockenstrom--65.1
  • Review of Leo Tolstoy: Resident and Stranger by Richard F. Gustafson--32.3, 64.7
  • Review of Life and Death in Shanghai by Nien Cheng--64.7
  • Review of Local Colour by Stephen Gray and The Strike by Yvonne Burgess--63.6
  • Review of Metaphor and Nation by R. Dirven--65.3
  • Review of 'n Ander Land by Karel Schoeman--64.3
  • Review of Nach allen Regeln der Kunst by Wilhelm Fucks--63.1
  • Review of Nadine Gordimer by Michael Wade--63.7
  • Review of The Nature of Blood by Caryl Phillips--32.3
  • Review of On Difficulty and Other Essays by George Steiner--63.8
  • Review of Once in Europa by John Berger--65.3
  • Review of The Orange Earth by Adam Small--63.6
  • Review of Panther in the Basement by Amos Oz--32.3
  • Review of A Revolutionary Woman by Sheila Fugard--64.3
  • Review of Samuel Beckett: A Biography by Deirdr Bair--63.7
  • Review of Save the Beloved Country by Alan Paton--65.3
  • Review of The Temple of my Familiar by Ali Mazrui--65.2
  • Review of White Boy Running by Christopher Hope--32.3, 65.1
  • Review of Writing Black by Richard Rive--64.1
  • Revisiting Lady Chatterley--65.1
  • The Rhetoric of the Passive in English--63.7
  • Rushdie --32.6
  • Samuel Beckett and the Temptations of Style--63.1
  • Samuel Beckett's Lessness: An Exercise in Decomposition--63.4
  • Skvorecky--32.6
  • Speaking to Afrikaners and Portrait of the Afrikaner: Poised for Change--64.3
  • Staffrider--63.7
  • Statistical Indices of Difficulty--63.1
  • Sweet Persuasions of the Dark--67.9
  • Their Man on Earth--66.8
  • Time, Tense, and Aspect in Kafka's The Burrow--64.1
  • Tourism, colloquiums--62.1
  • Triangular Structures of Desire--63.8
  • Truth in Autobiography--64.2
  • Two interviews with J. M. Coetzee by Tony Morphet--32.1, 64.7
  • University of Adelaide J. M. Coetzee Centre for Creative Practice speech--62.7
  • Untitled BBC with J. M. Coetzee by Christopher Hope--32.1
  • Untitled interview with J. M. Coetzee by Anne McClintock--64.2
  • Untitled interview with J. M. Coetzee by Elzbieta Olesky--64.2
  • Untitled interview with J. M. Coetzee by Expressen--64.3
  • Untitled interview with J. M. Coetzee by Joanna Scott for Paris Review--32.1
  • Untitled interview with J. M. Coetzee by Richard Begam--32.1
  • Untitled review of books on D. H. Lawrence--64.6
  • Untitled review of books on Nelson Mandela--64.6
  • Varieties of Approach to the Analysis of Contemporary Poetry--63.4
  • Vortex and After: Hugh Kenner and Ezra Pound The --63.4
  • What is a Classic?--32.6
  • What is Realism? (Bennington College publication of lecture)--30.3-7, 35.2, 38.1
  • What Philip Knew--67.6-7
  • What We Like to Forget--67.4
  • The White Man's Burden [film review of The Guest]--63.6
  • The White Tribe of Africa--64.3
  • Wither Dost Though Hasten?--67.2
  • World Literature Today Interview--32.1
  • The Writer in South Africa talk and Pringle Award address--65.2
  • Writing in South Africa, address given at the CNA awards ceremony--63.6

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 Index of Works in Serial Publications 

The majority of titles are represented in bound volumes (serial publications) with some represented as photocopies.

  • Achterberg's Ballade van de gasfitter: the Mystery of I and You. Publications of the Modern Language Association of America 92 no. 2 (1977): 285-296--124.6
  • Adriana. Harper's Magazine 319 no. 1912 (2009): 77-82--121.8
  • The African Experience. Preservation, March/April (2002): 20-24--124.4
  • Age of Iron [excerpt]. Harpers & Queen [photocopy, no page numbers] (1990)--121.9
  • Age of Iron [excerpt]. Femina, January (1991): 108-113--121.2
  • The Agentless Sentences as Rhetorical Device. Language and Style: An International Journal 13 no. 1 (1980): 26-34--122.8
  • André Brink and the Censor. Research in African Literatures 21 no. 3 (1990): 59-74--124.3
  • Anstoot. Nieuw Wereldtijdschrift (1997): 35-41--123.14
  • Anthropology and the Hottentots. Semiotica 54 (1985): 87-95--125.2
  • Apartheid: la littérature mutilée. Nouvel Observateur, May (1987): 124-126--123.18
  • Art and Apartheid. New Republic April (1984): 25-28--123.9
  • Au fond d'une chambre obscure. Littératures Nationals 84 (1986): 63-67--123.3
  • Aunt Annie. West Coast Line 20 (1996): 14-19--127.5
  • Blood. Flaw. Taint. Degeneration: The Case of Sarah Gertrude Millin. English Studies In Africa: A Journal of the Humanities 23 no. 1 (1980): 41-58--120.8
  • Boyhood. Ravan. Twenty Five Years (1997): 35-40--124.9
  • Breytenbach and the Censor. Raritan 10 no. 4 (1991): 58-84--124.8
  • Captain America in American Mythology. University of Cape Town Studies in English 16 (1976): 33-39--128.2
  • Ce que savait Philip. Inrockuptibles 471 (2004): 66-71--122.1
  • Censorship and Polemic: the Solzhenitsyn affair. Pretexts 2 no. 2 (1990): 1-36--124.5
  • Censorship in South Africa. English in Africa 17 no. 1 (1990): 74-75--120.7
  • Clash (More or Less) with J. M. Coetzee. A Slambook (1978): 3--126.3
  • Closed Minds [letter to the editor]. Higher Times Education Supplement 7 no. 10 (1988): 12--121.11
  • Coetzee o de la complejidad and La trama del hombr. Letras Libres 108 (2010): 10-23--122.12
  • Coetzee: Too Late for Politics? Interview with J. M. Coetzee. Buffalo Arts Review 5 no.1 (1987): 6--119.5
  • The Comedy of Point of View in Beckett's Murphy. Critique 12 no. 2 (1970): 19-27--119.15
  • Confessions and Double Thoughts: Tolstoy. Rousseau. Dostoevsky. Comparative Literature 37 no. 3 (1985): 193-232--119.8
  • Cycling in France: A Liberating Experience. Argus Pick 'n Pay Cycle Tour Annual (1995): 4-5--118.10
  • Das Problem de Bsen. Süddeutsche Zeitung Wochenende 5/6 October (2002): 6-7--126.16
  • The Dead Boy. Excerpt from The Master of Petersburg. Harvard Review 5 (1993): 56-61--121.10
  • Der Junge. Ostragehege 12 (1998): 27-30--123.1
  • Diaro de um ano ruim [booklet. excerpt]. Companhia Das Letras (2007)--119.7
  • Die Skrywer en die Teorie. Saval-Kongresreferate 155-161 (1980)--126.1
  • Dostoyevsky Underwater [excerpt from The Master of Petersburg]. Esquire 122 no. 6 (1994): 141-143--120.9
  • Ein Haus in Spanien. Neue Rundschau 113 no. 1 (2002): 130-137--123.7
  • Emerging from Censorship. Salmagundi no 100 (1993): 36-50--125.6
  • Epigrams. Reactor 1 no. 3 (1961): 9, 40, 48--124.10
  • Erasmus' Praise of Folly: Rivalry and Madness. Neophilologus 76 (1992): 1-18--123.6
  • Excerpts from Elizabeth Costello. Apollonia (1973)--118.7
  • Farm Novel and Plaasroman in South Africa. English in Africa 13 no. 2 (1986)--120.6
  • Fever and Flame. American Scholar 71 no. 3 (2002): 17-25--118.6
  • The First Sentence of Yvonne Burgess's The Strike. English in Africa 3 no. 1(1976): 47-48--120.2
  • Five Night-Thoughts of a Loving Sleepless; to which are Appended to Poems. Groote Schuur (1961): 11--121.4
  • Foreword and Three Poems from a Cold Climate. Literary Miscellany (1959): i and 55--123.2
  • Four Notes on Rugby. Speak 1 no. 4 (1978): 18-20--126.9
  • French Diary. Brick 50 (1994): 55-60--119.4
  • From Act II and IV of The Last Spring. Groote Schuur (1959): 62-65--121.4
  • From In the Heart of the Country [excerpt]. Standpunte 29 no. 4 (1975): 9-16--126.12
  • From The Master of Petersburg [excerpt]. South Atlantic Quarterly 93 no. 1 (1994): 1-9--126.8
  • From Work in Progress. Lemniscate 3 no. 1 (1989): 31-34--122.11
  • Gordimer and Turgenev. African Literatures in English (1997): 12--118.3
  • The Great South African Novel. Leadership SA 2 no. 4 (1983): 74-79--122.9
  • Great Teachers: R. G. Howarth. Conference and Common Room 32 no. 1 (1995): 27--119.11
  • Haresnape. Driver and Coque--Retrospect. Groote Schuur (1962/3): 1-3--121.5
  • Hero and Bad Mother in Epic. a poem. Staffrider 1 no. 1 (1978): 36--126.11
  • His Man and He. Publications of the Modern Language Association of America 119 no. 3 (2004): 547-552--124.7
  • His Man and He. World Literature Today 78 no. 2 (2004): 16-20--128.7
  • A House in Spain. Air France Magazine July (2006): 152-156--118.4
  • A House in Spain. Architectural Digest October (2000): 68-76--118.8
  • How I Learned about America--and Africa--in Texas. World Literature Today 78 no. 1 (2004): 6-7--128.7
  • Idleness in South Africa. Harper's Magazine (1988): 22-26--121.7
  • Idleness in South Africa. Social Dynamics 8 no.1 (1982): 1-13--126.4
  • In a Watery Mood [correspondence]. Harper's Magazine 321 (2010): 24-26--121.8
  • Interview with J. M. Coetzee; Conducted by Richard Begam. Contemporary Literature 33 no. 3 (1992): 419-431--119.12
  • Interview with J. M. Coetzee. Postscript 2.4 (1991): 4-8--124.3
  • Interview with J. M. Coetzee. Social Dynamics 10 no. 1 (1984): 62-65--126.5
  • Interview with J. M. Coetzee. World Literature Today 7 (1996): 163-75--128.6
  • Irène Némirovsky. Avenç 342 (2009): 37-53--119.1
  • Karel Schoeman's 'n Ander Land. Suid-Afrikaan Summer (1985): 45-48--127.1
  • Korean Translation of Excerpt from Waiting for the Barbarians and Interview with Coetzee. 21st Century Literature 4 (1998): 395-437--127.12
  • Les meravelles de Walter Benjamin. Avenc 259 (2001): 67-75--119.2
  • The Liberal Retreat Review of Christopher Hope's White Boy Running. New Republic 3 (1988): 37-39--123.12
  • Life on the Lip of the Apartheid Volcano. Reader's Digest August (1986): 19-26--124.11
  • Lineal Consciousness in the Farm Novels of C. M. Van Den Heever. Tijdschrift Voor Nederlands En Afrikaans 1 no. 2 (1985): 49-58. 1985--127.8
  • Love Songand The Attic. Literary Miscellany (1958): 14 and 50--1232.2
  • Maestrul Din Petersburg [excerpt]. Lettre Internationale 64 (2007/8): 77-84--122.14
  • Man maste leva med sitt dåliga samvete. sydafrika-ett reportage (1983): 95-101--127.6
  • Man's Fate in the Novels of Alex La Guma. Studies in Black Literature 5 no. 1 (1974): 16-23--126.14
  • Manuscript Revisions of Beckett's Watt. Journal of Modern Literature 2 no. 4 (1972): 472-480--122.4
  • Michael K in the Camp. North Dakota Quarterly 51 no. 2 (1983): 10-21--123.16
  • Michael K on the Farm Oh No! That Horrible Dream Again. Contrast 55 no. 3 (1983): 42-48--119.13
  • The Mind of Apartheid: Geoffrey Cronje (1907-). Social Dynamics 17 no. 1 (1991): 1-35--126.7
  • Nabokov's Pale Fire and the Primacy of Art. University of Cape Town Studies in English 5 (1974): 1-7--128.2
  • Newton and the Ideal of a Transparent Scientific Language. Journal of Literary Semantics: An International Review 11 no. 1 (1982): 3-13--122.3
  • Nineteen-fifty. Common Knowledge 5 no. 2 (1996): 184-187--119.6
  • The Notion of the English Syllabus. Review June (1973): 1-4--125.5
  • The Novel Today. Upstream 6 no. 1 (1988): 2-5--128.3
  • On the Lip of the Volcano. Fair Lady 6-69 (1986); 130--121.1
  • On the Right to Life. Reform. Summer 91 (2007/8): 9-10--124.12
  • One Has to Live with One's Bad Concience. Svenska Dagbladet (1983): [photocopy of draft with corrections, no page number]--127.5
  • Osiem Sposob[o]w Patrzenia Na Samuela Becketta. Topos. Vol. 5. no. 114: 19-29. 2010--127.11
  • Osip Mandelstam and Stalin Ode. representations Summer no. 35 (1991):72-83--125.1
  • Out of Africa! American Film (1987): 19-23--118.5
  • Pauline Smith and the Afrikaan Language. English In Africa 8 no. 1 (1981): 25-32--120.3
  • A Place in the Country [excerpt]. Times Literary Supplement September (1983): 993-995--127.9
  • Playing Total(itarian) Rugby. Suid-Afrikaan August/September (1988): 4-6--127.2
  • Poet in Prison. A New Republic: 6-69 (1985): 130--123.10
  • Poet in Prison. A Social Dynamics 11 no. 2 (1985): 72-75--126.6
  • Portretul Unui Monstru Ca Tânăr Artist. Lettre Internationale 62 (2007): 12-16--122.14
  • Quando Uma Mulher Envelhece. Arte E Letra. Estórias: 43-54. 2008--118.11
  • Questions of Closure and Power. Interview by David Attwell. Arena 96: 121-126 (1991)--118.9
  • Review of The Adversary Within: Dissident Writers in Afrikaans by Jack Cope. English in Africa 10 no. 1 (1983): 85-89--120.3
  • Review of Colonial Space: Spatiality in the Discourse of German South West Africa 1884-1975 by John Noyes. Acta Germanica 22 (1994): 230-234--118.1
  • Review of Colonial Space: Spatiality in the Discourse of German South West Africa 1884-1915 by John Noyes. Research in African Literatures 25 no. 2 (1994): 169-172--125.4
  • Review of Hermeneutics as Politics by Stanley Rosen. Upstream 6 no. 4 (1988): 61-63--128.3
  • Review of Nach Allen Regeln der Kunst, by Wilhelm Fucks. Style 5 no. 1 (1971): 92-94--126.15
  • Review of Nadine Gordimer by Michael Wade. Research in African Literatures 11 no. 2 (1980): 253-256--125.2
  • Review of Nadine Gordimer. The Essential Gesture: Writing, Politics, Places by David Philip. Suid-Afrikaan December (1989): 50-51--127.3
  • Review of Notebooks 1960-1977 by Athol Fugard. English in Africa 12 no. 1 (1985): 96-100--120.5
  • Review of Once in Europa by John Berger. New Contrast 18 no. 2 (1990): 74-75--123.8
  • Review of On Difficulty and Other Essays by George Steiner. University of Cape Town Studies in English 10 (1980): 80-87--128.2
  • Review of Leo Tolstoy: Resident and Stranger by Richard F. Gustafson. Comparative Literature 40 no. 2 (1988): 185-187--119.9
  • Review of Samuel Beckett: A Biography by Dierdre Bair. University of Cape Town Studies in English 9 (1979): 86-89--128.2
  • Review of The Sons of Independence by Ahmadou Kourouma. Times Literary Supplement October (1985): 1180--127.10
  • Review of Strange Attractors: Poems of Love and Mathematics by Sarah Glaz and JoAnne Growney. Notices 56 no. 8 (2009): 944-946--123.17
  • Review of Writing Black by Richard Rive. English in Africa 9 no. 2 (1982): 71-73--120.3
  • The Rhetoric of the Passive in English. Linguistics 18 (1980): 199-221--123.1
  • Samuel Beckett and the Temptations of Style. Theoria 41 (1973)--127.7
  • Samuel Beckett's Lessness: An Exercise in Decomposition. Computers in the Humanities 7 no. 4 [offprint] (1973): 195-198--119.10
  • Self-Repeating Poem by Sybren Polet. translated by John Coetzee. Dimensions. Special Issue (1978): 131--120.1
  • The Solution in Integers of (ra + b) / (rb + a) = a + b. Journal of the Science Society 3 (1960): 55-59--122.5
  • Speaking: J. M. Coetzee interview. Speak 1 no. 3 (1978): 21-24--126.9
  • Staffrider. The African Book Publishing Record 4 no. 4 (1979): 235-236--118.2
  • Statistical Indices of 'Difficulty.' Language and Style II no. 3 (1969): 226-232--122.7
  • Surreal Metaphors and Random Processes (includes offprint). Journal of Literary Semantics 8 no. 1 (1979): 22-30--122.2
  • Sydney Clouts. English in Africa 11 no. 2 (1984): 74-75--120.4
  • The Taint of the Pornographic: Defending (Against) Lady Chatterley's Lover. Mosaic 21. no.1 (1988)--123.5
  • Tales out of School. New Republic (1986): 36-38--123.11
  • [Three untitled poems]. Groote Schuur (1960): 15--121.4
  • Time. Tense. and Aspect in Kafka's 'The Burrow.' Modern Language Notes 96 no. 3 (1981): 555-579--123.4
  • Tineret. a Lettre Internationale no. 43 (2002): 61-66--122.13
  • Too Late the Liberal. Review of Alan Paton's Save the Beloved Country. New Republic (1990): 39-41--123.13
  • Travels in Space & Time. Leadership 13 no. 5 (1994): 38-43--122.10
  • Translation of Ina Rousseau's. Eden. Poetry. The Translation Issue 190 no. 1 (2007): 10--124.2
  • Triangular Structures of Desires in Advertising. Critical Arts: A Journal for Media Studies 1 no. 2 (1980): 34-41--119.14
  • Two Problems. Journal of the Science Society. Vol. 4: 63-65. 1961--122.5
  • Víctima de la história. Avenc no. 295 October (2001): 41-46--119.3
  • VM i rugby 1995. karavan 1922 (2004)--122.6
  • The Vortex and After: Hugh Kenner and Ezra Pound. review. University of Cape Town Studies in English 4 (1973): 57-64--128.1
  • The War and Michael K. Harper's September (1983): 40-56--121.6
  • Wat heet klassiek?. Nieuw Wereldtijdschrift (1995): 51-57--123.15
  • Watsonian melancholy. Review of Selected Essays 1980-1990 by Stephen Watson. Suid-Afrikaan August/September (1991): 49--127.3
  • What is a Classic? [single article extract] Studies in English and Comparative Literature: Nationalism vs. Internationalism. (Inter) National Dimensions of Literatures in English. Germany. Stauffenburg Verlag (1996): 63-75--126.13
  • What is a Classic? Current Writing 5 no. 2 (1993): 7-24--119.16
  • What is Realism? Salmagundi 114-115 (1997): 60-81--125.8
  • The White Man's Burden. Review of The Guest (film). Speak 1 no. 1 (1977): 4-7--126.9
  • The White Tribe. Vogue 490 (1986)--128.4
  • Within the Walls. Australian Book Review May no. 301 (2008): 9-11--118.12
  • Ye Olde History of Crickete and Uranium is Where You Find It. St. Joseph's College Magazine (1955): 23 & 25-27--126.10
  • Zbigniew Herbert and the Figure of the Censor. Salmagundi 88-99 (1990-1991): 158-175--125.7

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