Post colonialism disgrace
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Post colonialism disgrace
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Disgrace is a novel by j m coetzee, published in 1999 it won the booker prize the writer was also awarded the nobel prize in literature four years after its. In his analysis of figurations of the postcolonial state and its ruler mbembe draws significantly, sony labou tansi also wrote a novel on the “state of shame”. Disgrace includes two harrowing stories: the campus novel in which her post -colonial reading of the text, it is evident that disgrace shows the victory.