|aJ. M. Coatzee: "Disgrace"|h[videorecording] /|cRobert Adams
|aDerry, NH :|bChip Taylor Communications,|c
|a1 DVD (80 min.) :|bsd., col ;|c4 3/4 in
|aRobert Adams At Large Series
|aProduced by TV Ontario
|aRobert Adams' thumbnail histories of white South Africa and Apartheid segue into a discussion of Booker Prize-winning writer J. M. Coatzee, whose book, Disgrace, examines by way of fable the nature and exercise of power, as it affects those who exercise it and those upon whom it is exercised.