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17 Dec Pramoedya Ananta Toer wrote his first novel, The Fugitive (), in an Indonesian jail under Dutch rule. He composed and memorised his best known novels, the Buru Quartet during 14 years in an island penal colony under the Suharto regime. The partially autobiographical short. ALL THAT IS GONE. Pramoedya Ananta Toer, Author, Willem Samuels, Translator, trans. from the Indonesian by Willem Samuels. Hyperion East $ (p) ISBN All That Is Gone [Pramoedya Ananta Toer] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Pramoedya Ananta Toer's transcendent novels have become part of the world literary canon, but it is his short fiction that originally made him famous. The first full-size collection of his short stories to appear in English.

20 May Eight stories by celebrated Indonesian novelist Toer (The Girl From the Coast, , etc.), most of them fictionalized memoirs of his childhood and youth. 31 Dec The first volume of the Indonesian writer Pramoedya Ananta Toer's epic quartet of novels set in the Dutch East Indies in the early 20th century, This Earth of Mankind, appeared in an English translation in It was followed two years later by Child of All Nations. The narrator, Minke, an aspiring writer and. 25 Jan About All That Is Gone. Pramoedya Ananta Toer's transcendent novels have become part of the world literary canon, but it is his short fiction that originally made him famous. The first full-size collection of his short stories to appear in English, All That Is Gone draws from the author's own experiences in.

25 Jan All That Is Gone has ratings and 51 reviews. Pramoedya Ananta Toer's transcendent novels have become part of the world literary canon, but it is his. 28 Jan Pramoedya Ananta Toer's transcendent novels have become part of the world literary canon, but it is his short fiction that originally made him famous. The first full-size collection of his short stories to appear in English, All That Is Gone draws from the author's own experiences in Indonesia to depict. 8 Mar In the last story of this collection from Indonesia's preëminent writer, the author himself makes a short appearance, stricken with self-doubt and grieved by the evil events he recounts. But he reminds himself, “You must be willing to tell stories about the loss of hope.” A sense of duty is perhaps natural for a.

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