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Author: J M Coetzee
Publisher: Harmondsville : Penguin Books, 1988
Series: Penguin books.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Coetzee revisite le roman de Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoé, en abandonnant sur une île déserte de l'Atlantique, une jeune Anglaise, Susan Barton. Elle se retrouve face à deux hommes : le naufragé, Cruso, et un nègre à qui on a coupé la langue, Vendredi. Secourue, elle revient à Londres avec Vendredi et décide de raconter son histoire à l'écrivain Daniel Foe... La fable est l'occasion de fouiller encore et encore la  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: J M Coetzee
ISBN: 0140110321 9780140110326
OCLC Number: 1035731951
Description: 157 p. ; 20 cm
Series Title: Penguin books.
Responsibility: J. M. Coetzee.

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Coetzee revisite le roman de Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoé, en abandonnant sur une île déserte de l'Atlantique, une jeune Anglaise, Susan Barton. Elle se retrouve face à deux hommes : le naufragé, Cruso, et un nègre à qui on a coupé la langue, Vendredi. Secourue, elle revient à Londres avec Vendredi et décide de raconter son histoire à l'écrivain Daniel Foe... La fable est l'occasion de fouiller encore et encore la perversion du couple colonial maître/esclave.

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