61. Dusklands J.M. Coetzee 1974
2 novelettes, unrelated.
The first tells of a theoretician for the war in Vietnam, who, perhaps numbed by the violence of his subject, loses his mind and stabs his own child.
The second recalls one of Coetzee's ancestors from the mid 18th century- his explorations, big game hunting, and brushes with the natives.
I'm not really a fan of Coetzee, but clearly Bonsal is, because he has several books on the List.