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by J.M. Coetzee

Disgrace: Symbols True or False

1. Katy is a -> Labradoodle
2. The image of what emphasize the novel's interests in social status and personal disgrace? -> Dogs
3. Who rises from status of dog-man? -> Bill
4. Which poet is important in this novel? -> Springsteen
5. Who provides a starting point through which David can explore the themes of love and sex in his opera? -> Teresa