Essays on Waiting For The Barbarians

Jm Coetzee Waiting For The Barbarians
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The novel in short is about the authoritative military interventions of the Third Bureau (a term resonating with the German Third Reich) in the imaginary frontier town. The town is run by a Magistrate (apparently a civil servant appointed by the imperial elite). But the Magistrate is humane and compassionate toward the people in his jurisdiction. As a result the town goes about its business in a peaceful manner. To disturb this peace, the troops of the Third Bureau (under…...
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