Nov 23, 2020 Last Updated 3:35 AM, Nov 18, 2020

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Generation 98

Djenar Maesa Ayu – one of Indonesia’s exciting new female authors

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Review: Toraja comes alive in this book through the detailed descriptions and interlinking of political, social, economic, and religious processes.

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Review: This book is an important and timely discussion of how nation, belonging, same-gender/same-sex identity and desire as well as geography all intersect in Indonesia

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Review: This book provides readers with an alternative history of Indonesia

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Review: A History of Modern Indonesia is written in eloquent prose and contains fascinating information on different eras of Indonesian history.

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