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Suparto Brata Died

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August 14, 2018 — by IDWRITERS

Last updated on August 14, 2018 at 3:55 pm

In 2015, author, novelist SUPARTO BRATA died at 83 in Surabaya, Indonesia. Until 2005, Suparto’s fiction work saw him deliver 122 titles in Indonesian and Javanese, in the form of short stories and novels. Some of his phenomenal work included Saksi Mata (Eyewitness), Gadis Tangsi (Barracks Girl), Kerjaan Raminem (Raminem’s Work), Omnibus, Garuda Putih (White Eagle), Republik Jungkir Balik (Upside-down Republic) and Tak Ada Nasi Lain. His long years of intense writing earned him a record in the Five Thousand Personalities of the World, Sixth Edition, 1998, published by the American Biographical Institute, Inc. He also received a Rancage Literary Award for his two Javanese novels, Trem (Tramcar, short stories, 2001) and Donyane Wong Culika (Deceptive World, romance, 2005).

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