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Scaring away patriarchy with feminist author Intan Paramaditha

What Media Says

In this article: Intan Paramaditha

Written by Bere Wangge, and was originally published in Globetrotter

Jun 06, 2018

It was sometime in 2015 when this writer had a conversation with two friends about Indonesian author Intan Paramaditha. "Who is she?" asked one of the friends. The other answered as she pointed at me, "The one who first poisoned her with feminism." The word "Poisoned" made Intan sound like Snow White's Evil Queen; then again, if you've read her first book, she probably would take it as a compliment.

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