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Bunga Penutup Abad: Finding Pramoedya’s words on stage

What Media Says

In this article: Pramoedya Ananta Toer

Written by Stanley Widianto, and was originally published in Jakarta Post

Nov 24, 2018

Bunga Penutup Abad (The Flower that Ends a Century) exposes Pramoedya’s beautiful words in the face of tragedy and adversity. Anguish pervades Pramoedya Ananta Toer’s work like a fly you can’t swat. A son is executed for the killing of a corporal, leaving his mother deranged and in constant mourning. A man has a target on his back.

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