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The Wounded Animal:
J. M. Coetzee and the Difficulty of Reality in Literature and Philosophy
Stephen Mulhall

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ENDORSEMENTS:

"Part of Mulhall's claim is that philosophy can be radically changed in a way that parallels the modernist changes in what we can take to be realism in the arts. The book is thus very ambitious in its aims, and very original in what it is attempting to do. A great success."--Cora Diamond, University of Virginia

"One of the most suggestive discussions of the relations between philosophy and literature that I have ever read, The Wounded Animal is studded with striking insights and penetrating questions."--Tzachi Zamir, author of Double Vision: Moral Philosophy and Shakespearean Drama

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