A Posthumous Confession by Marcellus Emants, J.M. Coetzee

A Posthumous Confession

Marcellus Emants, J.M. Coetzee

fiction classics reflective slow-paced

208 pages | first published 1894

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Termeer, the narrator of A Posthumous Confession, is a twisted man and a troubled one. The emotionally stunted son of a cold, forbidding, and hypocritical father, Termeer has only succeeded in living up to his parents’ low expectations when, to hi...
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