Coetzee on Márquez

The Commonwealth Foundation may consider him African, but we here at Matilda have taken him in and are now willing to look on him as Australian, at least for the purposes of having something to post about. J.M. Coetzee reviews Memories of my Melancholy Whores by Gabriel García Márquez in the latest "New York Review of Books".

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