Non-Fiction

The Moon\'s Son

Nono was scared, how could he get lost in the walnut tree? He just wanted to take his bike leaning there. And who was the mysterious black kid that lured him into it? Nono wanted to get out. But...

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Man Tiger

An extraordinarily beautiful, sly, ribald, and compulsively readable novel. “After half a century,” writes renowned Indonesia scholar Ben- edict Anderson, “Pramaoedya Ananta Toer...

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Anxiety Myths

 In a writing career spanning more than thirty years, Afrizal Malna has published several major collections of poetry and has seen his poems translated into several languages. Afrizal is...

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Home

Paris, May 1968. In the midst of students revolution in Paris, Dimas Suryo, an Indonesian political exile met Vivienne Deveraux, a French student who joined a rally against the French government...

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Ground Zero

Far. Why are people obsessed with that word? Marco Polo took a long journey from Venice to the Mongol country. The mountaineers risked their lives to conquer the peak. Also obsessed with the word...

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The Outcast

It’s about them who were casted out due to their belief in this beautiful country. Lombok, January 2011 We just wanted to go home. To our own house. Bought by our own money. The house that we...

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