Hello I Am Looking For Someone To Write An Article On The Theme Of Power In The

Hello, I am looking for someone to write an article on The Theme of Power in the Disgrace Novel by Coetzee J. It needs to be at least 2250 words. Lurie is a specialist in the literature of romantic, gets catapulted into South Africa much diverse from the scenes explained in Wordsworth. Poverty, rape, and crime fill the Salem landscape and Lurie along with his daughter should salvage what they can in their relations after violence strikes.

Disgrace won the Booker prize and found its honored place within post-apartheid literature genreю Both white and black authors like Alan Paton, Nadine Gordimer and Coetzee J.M himself had a significant role to have apartheid get global attention in prior years. Most of the authors were also responsible for having global attention on South Africa’s condition after apartheid. Even though Disgrace was applauded for being brutally honest, the realm of South Africa politics was not very receptive. The book raised debate in parliament. Most ruling party members, the African National Congress thought the book portrayed the nation as being too pessimistic. The book was written after the new South Africa’s constitution was passed in 1995. The book got several comments and support from other authors. For instance, Adam Mars-Jones argued in the Guardian that any novel written set in South Africa’s post-apartheid has a fate to be read by the most political portrait. Additionally, he argues that Disgrace both contests and encourages such a reading by holding immense choices in tension. The story presents the tragic life of David Lurie’s life as well as that of the other characters.&nbsp.

As the novel begins, David Lurie is in a position of power at the Cape Town Technical University which later turns to powerlessness after a series of sad happenings (33). David a professor in communications and who teaches his students a poem by Byron tells them the poem speaks about people who are condemned in silence (34). Ironically, the poem predicts in a way what is to befall him later. He does not find it easy in love.

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