College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Heilongjiang Bayi Agricultural University, Daqing 163319, China
*Corresponding Author: [email protected]
South African writer Coetzee is the winner of the 2003 Nobel Prize for Literature. His works have unique artistic characteristics and rich ideas. This paper aims to sort out the overall situation of Coetzee research and the key aspects of Coetzee research, point out the problems in Coetzee research, and propose a feasible new research direction.
Coetzee, review, ecological view, narrative strategy
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