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Waiting for the Barbarians was written in 1980, during the apartheid regime in South Africa. But what it says about torture remains true today. If the state wants to stand up to barbarity, it cannot validate it by unleashing it on its own prisoners.

The Ethics Of Torture, Explored In J.M. Coetzee's Painful Fable

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