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J. M. Coetzee to start with wife: Who is Philippa Jubber?

John Maxwell Coetzee, born on 9 February 1940, is a South African–Australian novelist, essayist, linguist, translator, and receiver of the 2003 Nobel Prize in Literature.

He has received the Booker Prize (2 times), the CNA Prize (thrice), the Jerusalem Prize, the Prix Femina étranger, and The Irish Situations International Fiction Prize, and holds a selection of other awards and honorary doctorates.

Who is Philippa Jubber?

Philippa Judder was the initially wife of John Maxwell Coetzee, the terrific South African man of letters.

Philippa Jubber was previously known as Mauna Philippa Judder until finally she married J.M. Coetzee on 11 July 1963 and modified her name.

Philippa Jubber was a instructor at La Rochelle Girls’ High School in Paarl, when they achieved.

Coetzee married Philippa Jubber in 1963.[86] They divorced in 1980.

They had a son, Nicolas (born 1966), and a daughter, Gisela (born 1968).

Nicolas died in 1989 at the age of 23 soon after accidentally falling from the balcony of his Johannesburg apartment.

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