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And the War is Over, by Ismail Marahimin, translated by John H. McGlynn

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And the War Is Over


Written by Lisa Hill, originally published in ANZ LitLovers

Aug 10, 2015

This short novel of 192 pages came to my attention because I had read the short stories of Lily Yulianti Farid and discovered the Lontar Foundation, which seeks to enhance the profile of Indonesian writing by fostering its translation into English. There are not many titles to choose from at Amazon, which is, regrettably, the only affordable way to access this collection, but the title of this one appealed because I know so little about the impact of the Pacific War on Indonesia.

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