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The notion of body transcends the fixities of biological entity in the postmodern cultural context. The power discourses defines the bodily subjectivity and the inscription of cultural codes in it makes it politically charged. The social, cultural, historical and political discourses enacts upon the body through multiple narratives. The body of the ‘other’ breaks the hierarchical cultural discourses inscribed on them by voicing its own extreme materiality. These ideas are exemplified in the context of the marginalized characters of J.M. Coetzee.