Login
Pencarian Buku - Menemukan buku dengan mudah - IndonesiaPencarian Buku - Biaya untuk pengiriman: Indonesia
Cari buku - IndonesiaSemua tersedia buku langka dan baru.

Lies, Loss, and Longing - Bandingkan Semua Penawaran

9786029144314 - Putu Oka Sukanta: Lies, Loss, and Longing
1
Putu Oka Sukanta (?):

Lies, Loss, and Longing (2014) (?)

ISBN: 9786029144314 (?) atau 6029144316, bahasa yang tidak diketahui, Lontar, Paperback, Baru

IDR 431.300 (Fr. 29,40)¹ + Pengiriman: IDR 528.200 (Fr. 36,00)¹ = IDR 959.500 (Fr. 65,40)¹(tanpa kewajiban)
Versandfertig innert 6 - 9 Tagen
Dari Penjual dan antik
Lies, Loss, and Longing, Putu Oka Sukanta, born into a low-caste Balinese family in 1939, began writing poetry and short stories in high school. In the early 1960s, after university studies in Yogyakarta, he moved to Jakarta where he taught high school and began to mix with leftist artists and writers. Sukanta never formally joined the Indonesian Communist Party but in 1965, when Soeharto wrested control of the country, he found himself targeted by the military. Although he escaped with his life, he was detained without trial and spent the next ten years in jail. The stories in Lies, Loss, and Longing portray the experiences of survivors of violence. Sukanta delves deeply into ordinary suffering, using his keen eye for the mundane to expose extraordinary contradictions. Many of the characters in his stories meet a sad ending. Nonetheless, there is a strength in his characters that gives them, and us, insight into their predicaments and the changes that must happen in Indonesia. Sukanta´s work transcends location and the kinds of longing he evokes in his stories are ones we all can share. Taschenbuch, 01.01.2014
9786029144314 - Putu Oka Sukanta: Lies, Loss, and Longing
2
Putu Oka Sukanta (?):

Lies, Loss, and Longing (?)

ISBN: 9786029144314 (?) atau 6029144316, bahasa yang tidak diketahui, Lontar, Baru

IDR 421.800 ( 26,99)¹(tanpa kewajiban)
ditambah biaya pengiriman, Versandfertig in 4 - 6 Tagen
Dari Penjual dan antik
Lies, Loss, and Longing, Putu Oka Sukanta, born into a low-caste Balinese family in 1939, began writing poetry and short stories in high school. In the early 1960s, after university studies in Yogyakarta, he moved to Jakarta where he taught high school and began to mix with leftist artists and writers. Sukanta never formally joined the Indonesian Communist Party but in 1965, when Soeharto wrested control of the country, he found himself targeted by the military. Although he escaped with his life, he was detained without trial and spent the next ten years in jail. The stories in Lies, Loss, and Longing portray the experiences of survivors of violence. Sukanta delves deeply into ordinary suffering, using his keen eye for the mundane to expose extraordinary contradictions. Many of the characters in his stories meet a sad ending. Nonetheless, there is a strength in his characters that gives them, and us, insight into their predicaments and the changes that must happen in Indonesia. Sukanta's work transcends location and the kinds of longing he evokes in his stories are ones we all can share.