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Buku ini mengambil latar belakang dan cikal bakal negara Indonesia di awal abad ke Dengan membacanya waktu kita dibalikkan sedemikian rupa dan hidup di era tumbuhnya pergerakan nasional, juga pertautan rasa, kegamangan jiwa, percintaan, dan pertarungan kekuatan anonim para srikandi yang mengawal penyemaian bangunan nasional yang kemudian kelak melahirkan Indonesia modern. Sebelum ditulis pada tahun , sejak tahun terlebih dahulu telah diceritakan ulang kepada teman-temannya. Setelah diterbitkan, Bumi Manusia kemudian dilarang beredar setahun kemudian atas perintah Jaksa Agung. Sebelum dilarang, buku ini sukses dengan 10 kali cetak ulang dalam setahun pada

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Shelves: my-library , required-reading , asian-literature , reads , indonesian-literature In all honesty, I didnt like the novel as much as I liked the other two required reading novels for Oriental Literature class, The Temple of the Golden Pavilion and The Rope of Ash, nor do I think it is as impressive as the other Asian Literary works that we have read in class, like the short stories of Lu Xun.

The first few parts actually didnt get my attention. There are points in the story that I asked myself where the book was getting at or what it is trying to say. I know it is a post-colonial literature, so naturally I was looking for a Political commentary but was disappointed that I got a love story that lacks backbone.

Minke and Annelies fell inlove immediately after they met and I am not really a fan of the kind of story. I was annoyed by Annelies. She was being immature and helpless. She was so weak and needy. But I liked reading about everyone else, especially the European friends of Minke, who supplied the information about colonial Indonesia.

Martinet, who explained the condition of Annelies and what the author was trying to communicate when he wrote about Annelies, and the La Croix sisters who were trying to help Minke become a successful Javanese who could lead Indonesia to rebel against Dutch rule. They supplied vital ideas and information not only to Minke but to the readers as well. I liked that I get to learn about the condition of Java during the Dutch rule and was sad to discover that their condition is as worse as the Philippines have experienced during the Spanish, Japanese and American rule.

The natives, although it is their land, are being oppressed by the colonizers, the trespassers. The natives are being denied of their rights in their own land and the colonizers thinking that they are superior in every way. The author gave a very vivid picture of the event and it was very exciting to read because their customs, when it comes to weddings are different from what we have here in the Philippines.

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Shelves: my-library , required-reading , asian-literature , reads , indonesian-literature In all honesty, I didnt like the novel as much as I liked the other two required reading novels for Oriental Literature class, The Temple of the Golden Pavilion and The Rope of Ash, nor do I think it is as impressive as the other Asian Literary works that we have read in class, like the short stories of Lu Xun. The first few parts actually didnt get my attention. There are points in the story that I asked myself where the book was getting at or what it is trying to say. I know it is a post-colonial literature, so naturally I was looking for a Political commentary but was disappointed that I got a love story that lacks backbone. Minke and Annelies fell inlove immediately after they met and I am not really a fan of the kind of story.

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