J. M. Coetzee

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J.M. Coetzee

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MULT10017 Representation


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J. M. Coetzee

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Representation Guide & Reader

Dr. Mark Nicholls

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FULL MULT10017 representation notes

Written by Hannah

lectures, tutorials and all readings. extra exam and assignment notes included.

75 pages, 27327 words


$35 per hour

Hey there! I'm a third-year Arts student majoring in French and Linguistics. I've studied French...


Easy subject to do well in (so long as you have some interest in the arts). Subject covers wide concepts from film noir, sonnets, art history, political performances and theatre, so in this sense it can be pretty vauge. Readings are generally pretty bland (in my opinion). Different concepts are covered by different lectures, which makes every concept interesting as most lecturers put 100% into their allocated lecture. I can say that dance was (for me) the low point of the subject. Overall, a good subject if you are looking for a taste test of art, form and representation.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Wasn't at all what I expected. Really difficult for someone with no prior knowledge in theatre, art history, political protests or stuff like that. Most lectures I had no idea what was happening or what I was supposed to be learning. Tutorials made me feel like an alien in the class as only the students who already had an interest or education in these areas contributed anything meaningful. Got terrible grades as a result which was very discouraging. I really resent this subject and regret taking it. On the bright side, the lecturer who taught poetry was excellent, really passionate and engaging.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Great course and you learn a lot about different forms of art and representation from modern art to dance to literature to plays. It may be a bit far-fetched in some aspects but otherwise very interesting. Your level of analysis will definitely grow.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017