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The paper intends to study J.M. Coetzee's brutality in his fiction and to hint at the techniques he applies in his books. The attitude of over 3 decades of his writing that we now have makes it possible to determine the evolution of his representations of attrocities and his rendition and reaction to the problems he has formulated in his vital essays on brutality posted in doubling the factor. A recognizable characteristic of Coetzee's fiction is the subject matter of the complicity of individuals who are not directly worried in the actual crimes dedicated utilizing others however who, on various ranges, have their percentage within the oppression and who must cope with their sense of guilt and shame. The works discussed inside the paper – Dusklands (1974) and foe (1986). – do no longer exhaust the complexity of Coetzee's explorations of aggressiveness but they seem to illustrate crucial transitions in his oeuvre. The adjustments include both modulations of thematic issues related to brutality and modifications of textual content carried out through Coetzee.
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