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The Theory of Meta-Narrative on J. M. Coetzee's Foe By Aalaa AlMajnouni
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J. M. Coetzee, a postmodern South African author, contributed to the standardization of postmodern fiction with his fifth novel, Foe (1986), which it is a re-writing of Daniel Defoe’s novel... More > Robinson Crusoe (1719). However, Coetzee’s novel Foe treats the mechanism of narrative writing through re-writing; it is a mode of writing that is known to be postcolonial aspect is considered postmodern narratological technique. Therefore, I intend to explicate Coetzee’s narratological methods in the narrative writing by examining the narrational attitudes of Foe’s first-person female narrator, Susan Barton, who self-consciously reflects upon her story of Cruso’s island as a recollected history by making her role in telling her island story, a part of a larger framed story.< Less

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