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Finding home in the ‘Imaginary City’ by Rain Chudori

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Imaginary City

Written by Devina Heriyanto, originally published in Personal Blog

Jan 14, 2018

Home is a not a place, but a feeling. There are also people who believe that you can find a home in a person. But what happens when that someone leaves? Rain Chudori provides the answer in Imaginary City. To be exact: she leaves clues and trails so you can find a home in the city, where someone can be lost and lonely despite (or maybe because of) its hustle and bustle.

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