The woman behind the mask : techniques employed in the characterisation of women in modern Indonesian prose writing 1921-1965
In any discussion of the body of material known as 'Modern Indonesian literature' the student is at once confronted with a paradox. We cannot speak of an Indonesian literature in the same sense that we can speak of an 'English literature' or a 'French literature', that is of the main body of literary works produced within a well defined linguistic area by a speech community sharing a common cultural tradition over an extended period of time.
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