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Malay identity work
In an intriguing essay, published a few years ago, Anne Booth discusses Indonesia's chances to survive as a unitary state. Obviously, this question is posed against the background of the compositeExpand
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A Literary Mycelium: Some Prolegomena for a Project on Indonesian Literatures in Malay
  • Will Derks
  • History
  • Journal of Southeast Asian Studies
  • 1 October 2001
This article consists of two parts. First, some of the presuppositions that have moulded the dominant view of and approach to Indonesian literature are examined and contrasted with certain facts inExpand
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Book Review: The Heritage of Traditional Malay Literature: A Historical Survey of Genres, Writings and Literary Views
In the concluding remarks of his historical survey of traditional Malay literature, Vladimir Braginsky quotes from a letter he once received from his Dutch colleague Roolvink. Apparently, theExpand
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