Atheis has ratings and reviews. Missy J said: I’m still trying to make sense of what I just read. Atheis (obviously means atheist in Engl. Title, Atheis Volume 1 of Asian and Pacific writing · UNESCO collection of representative works: Indonesian series. Author, Achdiat Karta Mihardja. Publisher. Issue of Seri BP. Author, Achdiat Karta Mihardja. Edition, reprint. Publisher, Balai Pustaka, ISBN, , Length, pages.
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Achdiat Karta Mihardja
The Atheistfirst published inportrays the spiritual and intellectual crisis of Hasan, a young Muslim who is raised to be devout but comes to doubt his faith after becoming involved with a group of modern young people. Upon publication, religious thinkers, Marxist-Leninists, as well as anarchists decried the novel for not explaining their ideologies in more detail; but literary figures and many in the general public praised it. His novel entitled Atheis is a significant work within the history of Indonesian literature, and later won an award from the Indonesian government in In Atheis, Achdiat depicts conflicts arising in the thinking of intellectuals through a discussion of religion in a society stuggling for indepdence under the occupation government of Japan.
The novel reflects a time when Indonesia was consciously searching for its identity. The novel is not only acdhiat as significant as a work of literature but also as a factual description of the history of thought among the young Indonesians who were struggling for independence.
InAtheis was made into a film by the distinguished Indonesian director, Sjumandjaja. He spent his childhood and youth in the city of his birth. During his education in Solo, Achdiat became more active in politics as well as issues of culture and literature. After graduating from high school inAchdiat went Jakarta to continue his studies at the Literature Department at the University of Indonesia.
Achdiat began writing while in Jakarta, and later became the editor of Balai Pustaka. From that time, Achdiat, his wife and four children have aatheis in Canberra, Australia. The Indonesian community in Canberra calls him Aki, which means grandfather in Sundanese.
Now at over 90 years of age, Aki is regarded as a honoured figure within the local Indonesian community. While in Australia his productivity has declined but among the novels he has published are Debu Cinta Bertebaran, which is set in Australia.
At present he is preparing to publish another novel entitled Manifesto Khalifathulah. Mirah of Banda is the tragic life story of Mirah.
Atheis by Achdiat K. Mihardja
Kidnapped from Java, five-year old Mirah is taken to the Banda Islands. The story then becomes a personal account of her life on a nutmeg plantation during the Dutch colonial era, the Japanese Occupation, and the Indonesian Revolution. Saat itu dunia dilanda beragam bencana yang menyebabkan penderitaan rakyat, dan diperburuk oleh pemerintahan korup. The play in s era is a room drama — a drama known better as literature rather than a play. Players in this period of time were not familiar with art performances.
But as political way almost closed, they chose to disseminate socio-political ideas through literature or play. Achdiaf Japanese arrivals in early s achdiay that.
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Japan required all arts to be a propaganda tool, and sensory became stricter. But in the 12 plays in this second chapter, the players still insert reform ideas in plays written on colonial times as well as Japanese occupation period. Antologi Drama Indonesia, Jilid 1 Antologi Drama Indonesia, Jilid 3 Antologi Drama Indonesia, Jilid 4 Siti Nurbaya by Marah Rusli is a classic novel that remains poignant even today.
When it was first published, the novel made great impact on the region which was then known as the Dutch East Indies. Siti Nurbaya documents the conflict between the dreams of a younger generation and stifling traditions. First published inSiti Nurbaya is still in print today and has been translated into several languages.
In August massive volcanic eruptions destroyed two-thirds of the island of Krakatau, in the Sunda Strait between Sumatra and Java. It was the day the world exploded.
A tsunami wreaked havoc in the region, causing countless deaths, and shock waves were recorded around the world. Ash from the eruption affected global weather patterns for years. The Tale acudiat Lampung Submergedsheds light on local responses to the widespread devastation in the region and enriches our knowledge of the Krakatau disaster.
Summary Meet the Author readers comments 0. Diana Darling Publish Date: Additional information Dimensions Mirah of Banda by: Hanna Rambe Rp Mahkota Rama — Makutharama Indonesia Edition by: Purbo Asmoro Rp Antologi Drama Indonesia, Jilid 2 by: HadimadjaRp AS Laksana Rp Muhammad Saleh Rp