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This book investigates how J. M. Coetzee and Nadine Gordimer depict the struggle to gain power in the light of the new historicist approach. Both novelists focus on the relationship between the ruled and the ruler, illustrating how blacks refute the idea of being subjugated by whites during the apartheid era in South Africa. From this point, both novelists discuss religion, silence, disappearance, language, and land as forms of struggle to gain power. The book analyzes these four novels in full depth and discusses racial issues, power shift, and the characters' tools of power and resistance to…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This book investigates how J. M. Coetzee and Nadine Gordimer depict the struggle to gain power in the light of the new historicist approach. Both novelists focus on the relationship between the ruled and the ruler, illustrating how blacks refute the idea of being subjugated by whites during the apartheid era in South Africa. From this point, both novelists discuss religion, silence, disappearance, language, and land as forms of struggle to gain power. The book analyzes these four novels in full depth and discusses racial issues, power shift, and the characters' tools of power and resistance to extract the similarities and differences between Coetzee and Gordimer in this regard.
Autorenporträt
El-Fert, Marwa Hassan§Marwa Hassan El-FertAn English < > Arabic Professional Translator & Proofreader at Ministry of Justice, EgyptA Ph.D. Candidate in English Language & Comparative Literature