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9789798083846 - Umar Kayam, Translator: John H McGlynn: Fireflies in Manhattan - Buku

Umar Kayam, Translator: John H McGlynn (?):

Fireflies in Manhattan (2013) (?)

Pengiriman dari: KanadaBuku ini dalam bahasa InggrisIni adalah buku sakuBuku bekas, bukan buku baru.
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9789798083846 (?) atau 9798083849

, dalam bahasa Inggris, 210 Halaman, Lontar, Paperback, Digunakan
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Paperback, Label: Lontar, Lontar, Produktgruppe: Book, Publiziert: 2013-01-01, Studio: Lontar
Kata kunci: Books, Literature & Fiction, Literary
Data dari 28/12/2016 18:52h
ISBN (alternatif notasi): 979-8083-84-9, 978-979-8083-84-6
Arsip catatan:
9789798083846 - Umar Kayam, Translator: John H McGlynn: Fireflies in Manhattan - Buku

Umar Kayam, Translator: John H McGlynn (?):

Fireflies in Manhattan (2013) (?)

Pengiriman dari: KanadaBuku ini dalam bahasa InggrisIni adalah buku sakuBuku baru
ISBN:

9789798083846 (?) atau 9798083849

, dalam bahasa Inggris, 210 Halaman, Lontar, Paperback, Baru
Usually ships within 1 - 2 business days
Paperback, Label: Lontar, Lontar, Produktgruppe: Book, Publiziert: 2013-01-01, Studio: Lontar
Kata kunci: Books, Literature & Fiction, Literary
Data dari 28/12/2016 18:52h
ISBN (alternatif notasi): 979-8083-84-9, 978-979-8083-84-6
Arsip catatan:
9789798083846 - Umar Kayam, Translator: John H. McGlynn: Fireflies in Manhattan - Buku

Umar Kayam, Translator: John H. McGlynn (?):

Fireflies in Manhattan (2013) (?)

Pengiriman dari: Amerika SerikatBuku ini dalam bahasa InggrisIni adalah buku sakuBuku bekas, bukan buku baru.
ISBN:

9789798083846 (?) atau 9798083849

, dalam bahasa Inggris, 210 Halaman, Lontar, Paperback, Digunakan
Usually ships in 1-2 business days
Born in Ngawi, East Java, in 1932, Umar Kayam obtained his masters degree from New York University and his doctoral degree from Cornell University. It was there, in New York, where he began to hone his literary skills. The publication of his first collection of short stories, A Thousand Fireflies in Manhattan, in 1972, gained him national fame as a short story writer. The light and semi-ironic tone of Kayam's "New York stories," in which the author viewed an archetypal cast of New York characters through the lens of a naïve Indonesian outsider vanished completely in the next phase of the author's career when he dealt with the impact of the incarceration and killings of hundreds of thousands of Communists or alleged Communists that took place after the rise of Soeharto's militaristic regime. Kayam's highly nuanced portraits of the innocent victims of "1965" again earned him critical acclaim. Kayam was a regular contributor to the literary column of Kompas, the nation's largest newspaper, and during the third and final stage of the author's literary career, it became an almost annual event for him to contribute a story about Lebaran, the holiday that marks the end of the Muslim month of fasting, a time when millions of Indonesians who have moved from the communities where they were born attempt against numerous odds to return home. The stories produced by Kayam during the three stages of his literary career vary greatly in subject matter and tone. What binds them together is that in each and every one, one hears is the voice of the common man. Paperback, Label: Lontar, Lontar, Produktgruppe: Book, Publiziert: 2013-01-01, Studio: Lontar, Verkaufsrang: 6637838
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Kata kunci: Books, Literature & Fiction, Contemporary, Literary
Data dari 28/12/2016 18:52h
ISBN (alternatif notasi): 979-8083-84-9, 978-979-8083-84-6
Arsip catatan:
9789798083846 - Umar Kayam, Translator: John H. McGlynn: Fireflies in Manhattan - Buku

Umar Kayam, Translator: John H. McGlynn (?):

Fireflies in Manhattan (2013) (?)

Pengiriman dari: Amerika SerikatBuku ini dalam bahasa InggrisIni adalah buku sakuBuku baru
ISBN:

9789798083846 (?) atau 9798083849

, dalam bahasa Inggris, 210 Halaman, Lontar, Paperback, Baru
Usually ships in 1-2 business days
Born in Ngawi, East Java, in 1932, Umar Kayam obtained his masters degree from New York University and his doctoral degree from Cornell University. It was there, in New York, where he began to hone his literary skills. The publication of his first collection of short stories, A Thousand Fireflies in Manhattan, in 1972, gained him national fame as a short story writer. The light and semi-ironic tone of Kayam's "New York stories," in which the author viewed an archetypal cast of New York characters through the lens of a naïve Indonesian outsider vanished completely in the next phase of the author's career when he dealt with the impact of the incarceration and killings of hundreds of thousands of Communists or alleged Communists that took place after the rise of Soeharto's militaristic regime. Kayam's highly nuanced portraits of the innocent victims of "1965" again earned him critical acclaim. Kayam was a regular contributor to the literary column of Kompas, the nation's largest newspaper, and during the third and final stage of the author's literary career, it became an almost annual event for him to contribute a story about Lebaran, the holiday that marks the end of the Muslim month of fasting, a time when millions of Indonesians who have moved from the communities where they were born attempt against numerous odds to return home. The stories produced by Kayam during the three stages of his literary career vary greatly in subject matter and tone. What binds them together is that in each and every one, one hears is the voice of the common man. Paperback, Label: Lontar, Lontar, Produktgruppe: Book, Publiziert: 2013-01-01, Studio: Lontar, Verkaufsrang: 6637838
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Kata kunci: Books, Literature & Fiction, Contemporary, Literary
Data dari 28/12/2016 18:52h
ISBN (alternatif notasi): 979-8083-84-9, 978-979-8083-84-6
Arsip catatan:
9789798083846 - Umar Kayam, Translator: John H. McGlynn: Fireflies in Manhattan - Buku

Umar Kayam, Translator: John H. McGlynn (?):

Fireflies in Manhattan (2013) (?)

Pengiriman dari: Inggris Raya of Great Britain dan Irlandia UtaraBuku ini dalam bahasa InggrisIni adalah buku sakuBuku baru
ISBN:

9789798083846 (?) atau 9798083849

, dalam bahasa Inggris, 210 Halaman, Lontar, Paperback, Baru
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Born in Ngawi, East Java, in 1932, Umar Kayam obtained his masters degree from New York University and his doctoral degree from Cornell University. It was there, in New York, where he began to hone his literary skills. The publication of his first collection of short stories, A Thousand Fireflies in Manhattan, in 1972, gained him national fame as a short story writer. The light and semi-ironic tone of Kayam's "New York stories," in which the author viewed an archetypal cast of New York characters through the lens of a naive Indonesian outsider vanished completely in the next phase of the author's career when he dealt with the impact of the incarceration and killings of hundreds of thousands of Communists or alleged Communists that took place after the rise of Soeharto's militaristic regime. Kayam's highly nuanced portraits of the innocent victims of "1965" again earned him critical acclaim. Kayam was a regular contributor to the literary column of Kompas, the nation's largest newspaper, and during the third and final stage of the author's literary career, it became an almost annual event for him to contribute a story about Lebaran, the holiday that marks the end of the Muslim month of fasting, a time when millions of Indonesians who have moved from the communities where they were born attempt against numerous odds to return home. The stories produced by Kayam during the three stages of his literary career vary greatly in subject matter and tone. What binds them together is that in each and every one, one hears is the voice of the common man. Paperback, Label: Lontar, Lontar, Produktgruppe: Book, Publiziert: 2013-01-01, Freigegeben: 2013-01-01, Studio: Lontar, Verkaufsrang: 5654477
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Kata kunci: Books, Fiction, Literary Fiction
Data dari 28/12/2016 18:52h
ISBN (alternatif notasi): 979-8083-84-9, 978-979-8083-84-6

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