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Suddenly the Night
"Suddenly the Night" is an anthology of poetry by Sapardi Djoko Damono, one of Indonesia's preeminent poets. As is stated in the introd ...

In a Jakarta Prison: Life Stories of Women Inmates
Throughout the Soeharto regime, from 1965 until 1998, Indonesian prose writing became increasingly vague and obscure, populated by characters that oft ...

The Pilgrim
The Pilgrim is one of the most unusual novels to have ever been published in Indonesia. It is a complex mixture, uniting a poetic lyricism with medita ...

Telegram
Putu Wijaya's novel Telegram, published in 1973, has been heralded as a milestone in Indonesian fiction and as a trendsetter in its synthesis of ...

A Time, A Season
The voices, the rhythms, the images, and colors, the intimacy and subtlety of Toeti's writing makes it seems so familiar that you feel you'v ...

Shackles
Doctor Sukartono, able and devoted to his work, and his wife, Tini, a beautiful and independent woman, find their marriage devoid of communication and ...

Mirah of Banda
Kidnapped from Java, along with her older cousin, five year-old Mirah is taken to the Banda islands where she spends the rest of her life on a nutmeg ...

And the War is Over
The final days of World War II serve as the backdrop for this novel by Ismail Marahimin. Fighting has not reached the small Sumatran village of Tarata ...

Never the Twain
The novel Salah Asuhan, translated here as Never the Twain, is among the most popular works of modern Indonesian fiction. First published in 1928, the ...

Supernova: The Knight, The Princess and the Falling Star
Supernova: The Knight, The Princess and the Falling Star presents a series of intertwined and unconventional love stories, straight and gay, with a bi ...