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In The Jakarta Post Dylan Amirio speaks with John McGlynn: The uphill climb for Indonesian literature -- focusing on the struggles (and great accomplishments) of the Lontar Foundation -- still my leading source of Indonesian fiction...
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Indonesia is the guest of honour at this year's Frankfurt Book Fair, and in The Jakarta Post Endy M. Bayuni notes one of the obvious lessons learnt: Translation is key to Indonesian literature going global: "Translation is everythin...

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Popular fiction in ... Indonesia

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In The Jakarta Post Niken Prathivi reports on the Popularization of literature in Indonesia. (With Indonesia 'Guest of Honour' at the 2015 Frankfurt Book Fair we should (I hope) be hearing a lot more about Indonesian literature in t...

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Academics / Literature : The Literary Saloon

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Spreading the word about Indonesian literature

Academics / Literature : The Literary Saloon

The Jakarta Globe reports on Using Technology to Preserve Indonesia's Literary History, looking into some of the efforts of the admirable Lontar Foundation in spreading the word about Indonesian literature (and many of the words of ...

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