The Fall and the Heart by S. Rukiah
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Antologi Drama Indonesia, Jilid 3 Antologi Drama Indonesia, Jilid 4 The novel Sitti Nurbaya, retains the poignancy that made it a modern Indonesian classic. Its social impact was great and the indignities suffered by the women in this novel are still controversial topics todays. During his lifetime he embodied the Indonesian sense of what a true artist should be.
His dedication to his art was absolute, and he gave honest and creative expression to his emotions and thoughts.
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His writing used a simple, flexible long-limbed free verse that is attractive and immediately accessible. Raised within a mystical Javanese milieu, Rendra saw nature, the individual and society as potentially forming one harmonious whole. In his poetry and his plays this commitment to personal authenticity and social justice was expressed through stories. He wrote about all sorts of people: himself, his family children and grandchildren, those he met in daily life, the poor, the marginalized, victims of social injustice, women and children forced to live without love.
This book is his testimony to the sacredness of life in all its beauty. Flip to back.
About This Book. Summary Meet the Author readers comments 0. The Fall and the Heart by S Rukiah is one of the lesser known classics of the Indonesian revolutionary era and arguably the strongest piece of prose writing by an Indonesian woman author before the s. Translator : John McGlynn. Additional information Dimensions
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