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➳ [Reading] ➶ Gadis Pantai By Pramoedya Ananta Toer ➩ – Hdizle.me É a primeira obra de ficção publicada em Portugal de Pramoedya Ananta Toer depois de Solilóuio Mudo um conjunto de textos de memórias escrito durante os anos de prisão O casamento arranjado entr[Reading] Gadis Pantai By Pramoedya Ananta Toer Hdizle.me É a primeira obra de ficção publicada em Portugal de Pramoedya Ananta Toer depois de Solilóuio Mudo um conjunto de textos de memórias escrito durante os anos de prisão O casamento arranjado entr É a primeira obra de ficção publicada em Portugal de Pramoedya Ananta Toer depois.

De Solilóuio Mudo um conjunto de textos de memórias escrito durante os anos de prisão O casamento arranjado entre uma adolescente de anos e um aristocrata javanês é o ponto de partida para uma longa e dolorosa caminhada de amadurecimento A integração no meio aristocrático vai dilacerando lentamente o espírito rebelde e independente dauela jovem ue apesar de tudo se v.

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Paperback  Å Gadis Pantai MOBI æ

Paperback Å Gadis Pantai MOBI æ Pramoedya Ananta Toer was an Indonesian author of novels short stories essays polemics and histories of his homeland and its people A well regarded writer in the West Pramoedya's outspoken and often politically charged writings faced censorship in his native land during the pre reformation era For opposing the policies of both founding president Sukarno as well as those of its successor t.

10 thoughts on “Gadis Pantai

  1. John John says:

    Paperback Å Gadis Pantai MOBI æ gadis ebok, pantai mobile, Gadis Pantai MOBIThe only thing that prevents me from giving this novel the highest rating is that I have than a sneaking suspicion that the translation by Willem Samuels is simply not up to snuff I don't read Bahasa Indonesian so I'm in no place to be able to tell for sure but the translation's employment of English language collouialisms in obvious attempts to stand in for plain speech in the novel's original language is bothersome And it is of some interest that Pramoedya's literary language is not the same as the language of his late nineteenthearly twentieth century characters who speak JavaneseAll of that said the story of The Girl From the Coast has such emotional resonance that it reminds me of nothing so much as the first novel of Pramoedya's surviving masterwork the Buru uartet This Earth of Mankind was the greatest


  2. Missy J Missy J says:

    Paperback Å Gadis Pantai MOBI æ gadis ebok, pantai mobile, Gadis Pantai MOBIA heartbreaking story based on the author's own grandmother's early lifeAt the turn of the 20th century the protagonist a 14 year old girl from a fishing village in the northern coast of Java is taken to the house of a high official he is referred to as Bendoro Her parents agree to a marriage arrangement thinking that it will improve the life uality of their daughter and also probably because the


  3. Connie G Connie G says:

    Paperback Å Gadis Pantai MOBI æ gadis ebok, pantai mobile, Gadis Pantai MOBIThe Girl from the Coast is loosely based on the experiences of Pramoedya Ananta Toer's grandmother The fourteen year old lovely girl from a fishing village became the wife of a nobleman the assistant to the Regent of Rembang Her parents thought they were giving her a better life in this arranged marriage Although the girl was surrounded by riches she led a life of loneliness in the Bendoro's large house She found out she was just a practice wife or a concubine since a nobleman must marry within his own social class She is referred to as the girl throughout the story which seems fitting since she is treated like a piece of property rather than as an individual The kindness of an o


  4. ·Karen· ·Karen· says:

    Paperback Å Gadis Pantai MOBI æ gadis ebok, pantai mobile, Gadis Pantai MOBIIt's hard to explain how something so plainspoken and straighforward can be so opaue Maybe the reason is that the girl of the title herself understands so little of what exactly is expecte


  5. Shelly Shelly says:

    Paperback Å Gadis Pantai MOBI æ gadis ebok, pantai mobile, Gadis Pantai MOBIOkay I'm not entirely sure I'm reviewing the right book as the one I've read was a translation But I think this is the right book It was about a girl who becomes a practice wife for a rich young no


  6. Ann Ann says:

    Paperback Å Gadis Pantai MOBI æ gadis ebok, pantai mobile, Gadis Pantai MOBII picked this to read for my podcast episode of books from Southeast Asia and it was a delightful discovery The writing style is fairly spare and formal but the author conveys a lot through relatively little language I loved watching how the Girl moves from innocence to understanding of the machinations of the aristocratic world and the author's empathy for powerless women in society and how he examines what you gain and lose through wealth The dialogue could get a bit didactic at


  7. Ken Gibson Ken Gibson says:

    Paperback Å Gadis Pantai MOBI æ gadis ebok, pantai mobile, Gadis Pantai MOBIMany years ago I read three volumes of the Buru uartet shortly after returning from a business trip to Jakarta It was a pleasure to revisit the work or Pramoedya Ananta Toer and think about the complex world of IndonesiaIndonesia is the world's fourth most populous country over 220 million people and the largest predominately Moslem one It is very widespread geographically including 6000 inhabited islands with a land mass making it the 16th largest country in the world in terms of land area 130 million people live on the island of Java making it the world's most populous island The country is diverse culturally including over 300 distinct ethnicities speaking over 700 different languages or dialectsPramoedya was born in 1925 in Blora on the island of Ja


  8. Nadia Nadia says:

    Paperback Å Gadis Pantai MOBI æ gadis ebok, pantai mobile, Gadis Pantai MOBIKnown only as The Girl from the Coast Toer's grandmother lived in a small Javanese fishing village around the turn of the 19th century Her exceptional beauty caught the attention of the Bendoro a noble from the nearby city of Rembang Since she would otherwise face a life of extreme hardship and poverty the girl's parents agree to marry her off sight unseen to the Bendoro She is uickly transported off to a world literally and figuratively miles away from her village Toer masterfully invokes the sense of bewilderment the girl feels when she first encounters things like mattresses electric lights and chocolate spr


  9. Nick Nick says:

    Paperback Å Gadis Pantai MOBI æ gadis ebok, pantai mobile, Gadis Pantai MOBIPramoedya Toer is one of those writers who stands at the beginning of a language and a culture in his case the Indonesia that did not exist when he was born it was under Dutch rule and the bahasa Indonesian that accordingly was not yet the national language Of the books I have read of his this is perhaps the most personal It is based on his grandmother married to an Indonesian noble and cast aside after a few years exiled from the residence without an opportunity to see her child By chance she found that child Toer's mother years later It's a moving book one that captures the uncertainty of a teenager married to a royal stranger and asked to take on a rol


  10. Val Val says:

    Paperback Å Gadis Pantai MOBI æ gadis ebok, pantai mobile, Gadis Pantai MOBIA gentle story of a beautiful young girl from a fishing village who marries a rich man from the city as a 'practice wife' It shows the difference in lifestyles between rich and poor very effectively and subtly without ever becoming a polemic The girl is powerless because of her poverty her sex and to some extent her youth as well This is a sensitive story At times


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