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"Hugely impressive-Coetzee never puts a foot wrong" (Daily Mail)

"Anyone interested in the power of fiction to move us and extend our sense of life should get hold of this book" (Spectator)

"An intense and deep book" (Guardian)

"A stunning account of the relation of writers and events-A harsh and eloquent critique of the human condition. It is also a subtle, powerful, superbly written personal testament. The bleakness of vision is tempered only by the certainty that life can be material for art. This is art. The case is proven" (Sunday Times)

"Both a gripping mystery and a meditation on the relationship between art and life" (BBC History Magazine)

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A fascinating insight into the mind of Dostoevsky, as imagined by Coetzee – Nobel-Prize winner and one of our greatest living writers.

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