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Learn More. Last edited by ahman January 31, History. In Indonesia, Pramoedya built up a reputation as a literary and social critic, joining the left-wing writers' group Lekra and writing in various newspapers and literary journals.

His writing style became more politically charged, as evidenced in his story Korupsi Corruption , a critical fiction of a civil servant who falls into the trap of corruption. This created friction between him and the government of Sukarno. From the late s, Pramoedya began teaching literary history at the left-wing Universitas Res Publica.

As he prepared material, he began to realise that the study of Indonesian language and literature had been distorted by the Dutch colonial authorities. He sought out materials that had been ignored by colonial educational institutions, and which had continued to be ignored after independence. Having spent time in China, he became greatly sympathetic to the Indonesian Chinese over the persecutions they faced in postcolonial Indonesia.

Most notably, he published a series of letters addressed to an imaginary Chinese correspondent discussing the history of the Indonesian Chinese, called Hoakiau di Indonesia History of the Overseas Chinese in Indonesia.

He criticized the government for being too Java-centric and insensitive to the needs and desires of the other regions and peoples of Indonesia.

As a result, he was arrested by the Indonesian military and jailed at Cipinang prison for nine months. Imprisonment under Suharto[ edit ] In an October coup the army took power after alleging that the assassination of several senior generals was masterminded by the Communist Party of Indonesia. The transition to Suharto's New Order followed, and Pramoedya's position as the head of People's Cultural Organisation, a literary group with connections to the Indonesian Communist Party, caused him to be considered a communist and enemy of the "New Order" regime.

During the violent anti-Communist purge , he was arrested, beaten, and imprisoned by Suharto's government and named a tapol "political prisoner". His books were banned from circulation, and he was imprisoned without trial, first in Nusa Kambangan off the southern coast of Java, and then in the penal colony of Buru in the eastern islands of the Indonesian archipelago.

He was banned from writing during his imprisonment on the island of Buru, but still managed to compose - orally - his best-known series of work to date, the Buru Quartet , a series of four historical fiction novels chronicling the development of Indonesian nationalism and based in part on his own experiences growing up. The main character of the series, Minke, a Javanese minor royal, was based in part on an Indonesian journalist active in the nationalist movement, Tirto Adhi Surjo.

The quartet includes strong female characters of Indonesian and Chinese ethnicity, and addresses the discriminations and indignities of living under colonial rule, and the struggle for personal and national political independence. Like much of Pramoedya's work it tells personal stories and focuses on individuals caught up in the tide of a nation's history. Pramoedya had done research for the books before his imprisonment in the Buru prison camp.

I'm not sure if my review can do justice for this phenomenal book,but let's try, shall we. Honestly,this book didn't impress me that much. Saya nggak tau apa yang saya harapkan saat membaca buku yang dipuja2 banyak orang,yang dijadikan bahan skripsi dan thesis,bahkan menjadikan penulisnya salah satu nominator penerima nobel.

Buat saya,buku ini sama saja seperti buku-buku lainnya yang digarap dengan s So, what can i say Buat saya,buku ini sama saja seperti buku-buku lainnya yang digarap dengan serius. Paling perbedaan terbesarnya terletak pada setting cerita,dan hal remeh temeh lainnya yang berhubungan dengan setting.

Atau mungkin kehebatan sang penulis yang bisa membuat kita lintas waktu ke masa kolonial dulu yang bikin buku ini spesial? Yah entahlah. Namun satu hal yang pasti, buku ini menempatkan perempuan pada tempat yang tidak biasa. Hampir semua tokoh-tokoh penting dan hebat dalam buku ini adalah perempuan, mulai dari sang Nyai sampai Magda Peters.

Bahkan Bunda pun adalah seorang wanita yang exceptional.

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Cuma Annalies agak mengganggu saya. Oke saya tau dia masih muda,nah justru karena itulah,setiap melihat ulahnya saya nggak bisa berhenti berpikir, "drama banget sih, dasar ABG! Namun saya jadi penasaran, kalau buku ini benar difilmkan siapakah bintang yang secantik itu sampai kita bisa melihat kejora di matanya, ya? Semoga pilihan Mira dan Riri tidak membuat kecewa. Bagaimana dengan Minke sendiri? Mungkin itu karena dia masih muda.

Saat membaca buku ini saya juga harus berkali-kali mengingatkan diri saya kalau kejadian dalam buku ini terjadi saat kita masih dijajah Belanda,soalnya kalau saya tak melakukannya mungkin saya akan emosi melihat kerasisan para bule itu,dan kedangkalan bangsa pribumi yang berlebihan memuja mereka.

Oh,okay, mungkin buku ini memang hebat ternyata. Dia berhasil membangkitkan rasa nasionalisme saya yang nyaris nol. Good job, old man! View all 16 comments. First, thanks to Sara-Maria and Manu hard as this is for me to do, a debt is a debt for encouraging me to read the Buru Qurtet.

These four books and Max Havelaar made for superb summer reading. All the book covers say that Toer is "Asia's leading candidate for the Nobel Prize. This not because he is a great stylist of prose at least not in the English translation , nor because he uncovers new ground in form. Rather, I think it is Toer's ambition and vast knowled First, thanks to Sara-Maria and Manu hard as this is for me to do, a debt is a debt for encouraging me to read the Buru Qurtet.

Rather, I think it is Toer's ambition and vast knowledge that is astounding. Somewhere in the back of my mind, I recall the statement that Benedict Anderson, he of Imagined Communities fame, was influenced by Toer. I can see that. In the first three books, Toer is developing a theory of colonial resistance and colonial consciousness. He also formulates a theory of nationalism. All this is done within dramatic plots and very engaging characters.

I continue to believe that some of the best third world theorizing is done through fiction. The strength and weakness of the four novels is the vast amount of detail that Toer offers. You will learn more about Dutch Indonesia than you ever thought was possible. These details had the effect of completely transporting into a different time and place.

I kept thinking to myself: The fourth novel, House of Glass was rather unsettling for me. First the point of view shifts. The first three books are written from the point of view of Minke -- a gifted "native" who internalizes the Dutch and Western norms of his white education and who comes to see the impossibility of realizing the values of equality and justice within the colonial setting.

House of Glass shifts the point of view to another native but one who is a collaborationist. In some ways this novel reminds me a bit of the first essay in Memmi's colonizer and the colonized. Second, it is not difficult to identify with the tragedy that befalls Minke since his character has integrity. But the collaborationist in House of Glass, while intelligent, falls further and further into self-hatred.

I found the fourth book emotionally difficult. All in all an enthralling experience. I am very impressed with Toer's historical and theoretical grasp, although I wished he had done more work on the daily operations of the sugar factories that ruled Indonesia.

Aug 09, Erik Angriawan rated it it was amazing. Itu bukan cerita tentang manusia dan kehidupannya , tapi tentang surga, dan jelas tidak terjadi di atas bumi kita ini. Duniaku bumi manusia dengan persoalannya.

Harus semakin mengenal batas.

Ada banyak bangsa yang berperang bukan hendak keluar sebagai pemenang. Mereka turun ke medan perang dan berguguran berkeping-keping seperti bangsa Aceh sekarang ini Martinet, Sep 25, Cintoenxz Abstraxz rated it it was amazing.

Berhadapan dengan kolonialisme dan sistem hukumnya yang diskriminatif, Minke melihat banyak ketimpangan-ketimpangan, penindasan-penindasa, politik pecah belah, pembagian kelas, dan politik kolonial yang menyengsarakan manusia Indonesia dan menjatuhkan kemanusiaan ke titik yang paling rendah dalam pergulatan sejarah manusia Indonesia.

Betapa tidak berharganya seorang Inlander priboemi dimata pemerintah kolonial.

Berbagai pengalaman hidup dan kekecewaan yang dialami dalam kehidupannya, kehidupan seputar kehidupan pribadinya, terutama percintaannya dengan Annelis, yang karena berbeda warna mata harus mengalami "tragedi". Munculnya sosok Nyai Ontosoroh, meskipun hanya seorang gundik Belanda Totok tapi dengan kebanggaan yang besar sebagai inlander priboemi mampu menjadi "guru spiritual" yang menanamkan kesadaran identitas diri pada Minke, yang akhirnya membawanya pada kesadaran untuk menyadarkan bangsa ini, sebagai pewaris sah Nusantara, untuk bangkit dan berjuang melawan kolonialisme.

Sebuah roman yang sangat menarik, yang akan membangkitkan jiwa nasionalisme, jiwa kebanggaan sebagai bangsa besar. Bahwa bangsa kita pernah mengalami penghinaan yang luar biasa, dan apakah kita akan terus melestarikan kehinaan tersebut, atau justru membangkitkan kesadaran untuk kebesaran bangsa, sebagaimana pernah dicapai pada era Majapahit? Oct 16, Bernard Batubara rated it it was amazing.

Sempat saya menunda membaca Tetralogi Buru yang saya beli sebulan lalu, karena tebal dan panjangnya sehingga saya merasa nanti-nanti sajalah bacanya. Lalu saya menyuruh diri untuk mulai membaca. Saya mengambil Bumi Manusia dari rak, bagian pertama Tetralogi Buru, dan mulai membaca. Tak terasa, saya sudah tiba pada halaman keseratus, dan terus melanjutkan membaca. Saya kira Bumi Manusia berat, namun ternyata tidak.

Pram bertutur dengan sangat nyaman dan mengalir. Bumi Manusia betul-betul page turner, saya sulit berhenti membuka halaman demi halamannya.

Bahasa cerita Pram sangat enak untuk diikuti. Ringan, meski secara substansi persoalan yang diangkat adalah isu yang serius: Secara cerita, Bumi Manusia adalah fiksi yang sangat baik. Elemen-elemen fiksinya digarap Pram dengan begitu baik. Idenya besar, plotnya jalin menjalin dengan sangat oke, karakter-karakternya kuat, dialognya menarik, narasinya nyaman, deskripsinya pas, pov orang pertama namun tak kehilangan arah dan tak membingungkan ketika Minke aku-tokoh bercerita dari suara orang lain pada beberapa bab "aku" berganti menjadi Annelies, Nyai Ontosoroh, dan yang lain.

Pendalaman karakter dan motif karakter lewat back-story dan narasi isi kepala dan perasaan karakter disampaikan dengan sangat baik. Ah, sulit buat saya untuk tidak memberikan 5 dari 5 bintang untuk Bumi Manusia. Malangnya nasibmu, Inlander. Dipecah-belah lalu dikuasai Belanda yang rakus. Malangnya nasibmu, Sanikem.

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Diambil madu dan kemanisanmu, diperas otak dan jiwamu, dihinakan status nyai-mu, tak bisa menyelamatkan darah dagingmu sendiri. Malangnya nasibmu Annelies. Muda, cantik, berbudi halus. Dibuat lemah oleh kuatnya pribadi mamamu, kesempitan duniamu, dan butanya cintamu. Malangnya nasibmu Minke. Ganteng, cerdas, berani. Punya nama lahir kok tidak dipakai.

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Apa kurang bagus pemberian or Malangnya nasibmu, Inlander. Apa kurang bagus pemberian orangtuamu, ha? Malangnya nasibmu Vera. Baca buku keren, diniatkan dibaca sehari semalam, eh Kena spoiler deh. Mbak Endah empunya buku sadar nggak ya? Benar-benar buku bagus. Buktinya saya hampir meraung saat Annelies tak bereaksi saat suaminya bercerita macam-macam. Dari Putri Genoveva sampai Baron von Munchausen.

Dan buku bagus ini tak layak dapat review ngasal macam ini. Tapi kan saya baru kena spoiler. Bunga bakung, buah kedondong. Harap maklum, dong.

View all 40 comments. This is a complex novel about Dutch-Indo relations through the eyes of Minke, an intelligent Javanese boy who is sent up through Dutch schooling. He falls in love with the daughter of a nyai a concubine, or slave, as she would put it whose father is Dutch but whose mother is native.

He calls the nyai "Mama" through most of the novel. He is forced to confront his own preconceived notions on intelligence, hierarchy, and personal value, largely because of Mama: They are not stories about people and their lives, but about heaven, and clearly do not take place on this earth of ours.

Minke could actually have moved up into a similar role because of his blood but seems to be positioning himself to have more of an influence in crossing the lines, something that is not a popular approach, but one gaining a lot of attention, referred to as "Association Theory," this idea of equal governance with the Europeans.

It looks like Child of All Nations continues Minke's story as he takes on a larger role. Since this volume ends so tragically, I would be interested in knowing what happens next. I have read a handful of books set in Indonesia more than a handful if you include West Papua but this is the only one translated from a native author.

It actually is against the law to sell or download his work within Indonesia, and the quartet that this novel introduces were originally composed orally while the author was in jail for political reasons, recited to other inmates, until he was allowed to have paper.

The author's life is reflected in the tensions of the novel - native vs. European, tradition vs. The legends of my ancestors were being put to shame.

No longer was it necessary to meditate in the mountains for years in order to be able to speak to somebody across the seas. The Germans had laid a cable reaching from England to India! And these cables were multiplying and spreading all over the face of the earth. The whole world could now observe the behavior of any person.

And people could now observe the behavior of the whole world. But mankind and its problems remained as they have always been. And no more so than in the matters of love. Jun 02, Michiyo 'jia' Fujiwara rated it it was amazing Shelves: Menangis dan sedih diakhir bab terakhir ini.. Sampai sedatar tanah kalau mungkin!! Itu bukanlah yang Minke inginkan kelak dilakukan oleh anak-cucunya..

Apa yang akan dilakukan oleh Minke selanjutnya?? Nov 29, Andrew added it Shelves: Rest in peace to the postcolonial novel of characters. Toer wrote a fucking four-volume epic without a pen on a prison island in Indonesia and you think you're a writer And the first volume is a novel of beautifully drawn characters.

Like E. Forster i Rest in peace to the postcolonial novel of characters. Forster in A Passage to India, Toer is interested in showing every nuance of colonial existence, every intersection of the colonizer and colonized, from the decent people to the outright motherfuckers, and the infinite varieties of complex humanity in between.

My only regret is-- given all the references to what dialects characters are speaking at any given moment-- that I wasn't able to read the original in what is presumably a shimmering heteroglossia. Historical fiction set on the island of Java at the turn of the 19th century. Knowing next to nothing about the milieu it was almost like reading science fiction, i. Adding to my confusion were the echoes of the colonial relationship between the British and India, replaced here by the Dutch and the "Indonesians" I write it in quotations because the book mostly refers to Javanese, Acehnese, Madurese, i.

Feb 08, Adara Kirana rated it it was amazing. Review lengkap: View 2 comments. This first time I read this book was in English about eight, nine years ago. I wrote a review in my early days of Goodreads. Soon after that I got my first smart phone and downloaded the GR app. My clumsy fingers accidentally deleted the original first review and I was never able to retrieve it back. Now, I've come back to Pramoedya Ananta Toer's classic and read it in the original language, Indonesian.

I feel so happy. At the same time my feelings about this book have changed quite a bit and I This first time I read this book was in English about eight, nine years ago. At the same time my feelings about this book have changed quite a bit and I think the person that I was who read this the first time around isn't quite the same with the one today.

The first time I read this book, I was full of admiration and pride, because it was my first encounter with a classic from Indonesian literature.

I thought the love story between Minke and Annelies was sweet. But having already finished the Buru Quartet and knowing the outcome of the story, I felt very different about their relationship now. It was corny and I felt that throughout this book Minke was being praised so much and being a bit arrogant himself. I was kind of rolling my eyes every time I read such a passage. Also, Annelies was so young, but back in the day that was common. I found Tuan Mellema's transformation unbelievable.

Overall, what I liked the best was the mix of characters that we encounter and the setting in Dutch East Indies at the turn of the 20th century.Brill Nida, E. This novel is the Buru tetralogy, which took the background and the forerunner of Indonesia in the early 20th century. I loved the main characters Minke and specially Nyai. Masih cocok dengan kondisi sekarang. Pramoedya Ananta Toer.

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