There are many books you are going to find in the market but there are also very fewer books with this level of awesomeness as well. Waiting for the Barbarians is going to tell you itself that it worths reading at least for once. Talking about the author, Author of this book is a very famous man in the history of writing. This novel was also chosen by the Penguin for its series the Great Books of the 20th Century. Not just this but this series has won James Tait Black Memorial Prize and Geoffrey Faber Memorial Prize for fiction as well.
Waiting for the Barbarians is a first-person type story. And the man telling the story is himself a magistrate of a small town. All the things in the town were going smoothly but then a rumor comes out. The rumor was, There are some barbarians trying and preparing themselves in order to attack the city. Then the next step of the government was to declare the emergency in the town.
About Author J. M. Coetzee:
The writer of Waiting for the Barbarians is a South African novelist. Not just the novelist but he is a multi talented person in his life. He has done different things in his life like the essay writing, linguist, and as a translator of the books from the other languages to the English. And none the less he has also won the Nobel Prize in Literature in the year 2003 as well.
Features of Waiting for the Barbarians PDF:
- The publication of this book is originally in the English language.
- The place of original publication is South Africa.
- The publication date of this novel is 27 October 1980.
- This book is not a very lengthy book, it just contains 156 pages.
- The book stands among some of the very impressive books in the history.
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