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John Maxwell Coetzee
in Cape Town South Africa
JM Coetzee is a South African novelist, literary critic and translator. He is well known for his 1999 novel Disgrace. He won the Nobel prize for literature in 2003, and twice claimed the Booker prize. In 2003 he emigrated to Australia, where he now lives with his partner Dorothy Driver.
ICT and Telecommunications
United States of America | 1965 - 1968
PhD - Linguistics
South Africa | Completed 1963
Master of Arts
South Africa | Completed 1960
Bachelor of Arts with Honours - English
South Africa | Completed 1961
Bachelor of Arts with Honours - Mathematics
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