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Isolated on a remote island, in it himself- but he was concerned about how he denies the 'politicians' version': deprived of his extensive library,he turned its validation of violence.

From this early "The 'State truth' about the war in to writing historical novels thatsynthesised novel onward, Pramoedya consistently Bangladesh, for instance, is that no atroci- his storytelling talents with his memory of subsumed nationalism under a commit- ties were committed by the PakistaniArmy the archivedrecords.

Apartfromthe quartet, ment to humanity. Note that the first two in what was then the East Wing. Rushdie he wrote two other historical novels on volumes of the Buru quartet are titled does not specify thatthis is only Pakistan's Buru: Arus Balik Reversing Course This Earth of Mankind and Child of All 'State truth'; it is not, of course, the 'State , about the maritime world of the Nations. Rushdie's wishes to have it both Dedes Arok Dedes , about the novels of Indian and Indonesian literature ways: he wants to criticise the rulingclasses political intrigues of the Mataram state does not indicate that they have been of south Asia with a novel that deter- in thirteenth century east Java [Roosa complicit in creatingthe irrational,'shame- minedly insists on the relativism of truth.

Rushdie, "a key problem with a sceptical avoided writing anything of length about Though literary critics have praised and relativising narrativediscourse its that the Suharto regime. He has condemned it Rushdie's magical realist style as a although it can act as a foil to the dogma- in short op-eds and essays but has not metafictional critique of the archive of tism of opponents, its effects are so con- written a novel about its 'spirit' nor a realist novels, Midnight's Children can be sistently ambiguous thatall 'truths'appear history of its factual record.

He has de- seen as another installment in a long tra- to be undermined" [Tim Parnell , scribed Suharto's 'New Order'state dition of critiques of the dominant classes ].

It Pramoedya has formulated the relation- presents literaturenothing about which to is similar to the many postcolonial novels ship between the novel and history in very write that "will carry its readers further of AfricathatNgugi has describedas merely different terms. The Buru quartet, he forward than the established order" 'a series of imaginativefootnotes' to Frantz explained in an autobiographical essay, [Pramoedya ].

An Indonesian version Fanon's essay 'Pitfalls of National Con- was meant to express the 'spirit' of his- of Rushdie would relish satirising the sciousness' [Ngugi ]. Pramoedya Economic and Political Weekly July 14, has studiously avoided indulging in such Rushdie puts Saleem through frequent The implications of all of these aspects of satires in the conviction that they would digressivesoliloquieson hisknowledgeof his identity are drawn out in relentless not positively contribute to a democratic himself and externalreality.

As one who detail. The interactions that he has in the culture: "I was drawn directly to a litera- is simultaneouslyone and many,Saleem 'sociological landscape', both his trans- turethatcould providecourage,new values, oscillatesbetweenadmissionsof the par- gression and maintenance of social bound- a new world-view, human dignity, and tiality of his vision and his near omni- aries, are minutely described, especially in agency for the individual within society.

Saleem assertsthat 'realityis a termsof language usage andgesture. Minke The aesthetic that emphasises language questionof perception'and,sincepercep- speaks Javanese as his mother tongue, and its employment is put to the service tionis inevitablytaintedwiththetracesof Malay as the lingua franca of the society, of a new orientation of the role of the its individualorigins, transcendenceof and Dutch as the language of the state and individualin an aspired-to society.

When he meets someone he has Rushdie and Pramoedya we have the dif- "the illusion itself is reality" [Rushdie to choose which language to speak in since ference between a novelist who 'plays' ]. Saleem opines that India's each carries its own significance as a status with reality and one determined to under- independence,'can be madeto represent marker. Then, within each language there stand reality and expose the existing many things accordingto your point of are terms of address for each level of the potentials for transcending it.

In Javanese, there are dividualwho is ableto "seeintothehearts three distinct vocabularies, high, medium Individualand the Nation andminds"of his fellow Indians,to have and low selected according to the relation morethana singularperspectiveon reality between the speakers [Errington ]. The history of the postcolonial nation- [Rushdie ]. Saleem's perspec- Consider Minke's first meeting with a state is enacted in Midnight's Children as tive shifts back and forth between Javanese concubine of a Dutchman,named the life of the protagonist and narrator, idiosyncratismand holism.

Nyai Ontosoroh, and the density of con- Saleem Sinai, born at the moment of Amid Saleem's epistemologicalrumi- siderations that occur within just a few independence.

He both mirrors and em- nations,Indiaas a collectiveimaginingis moments: bodies the Indian nation. His body encom- lost.

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Rushdie'sextremerelativism,posing passes the whole of the nation and his nasal a strictdichotomybetweenthe individual I hesitated. Should I extend my hand, as cavity hosts telepathic conferences with viewpoint the only truth and absolute to a European woman, or should I ap- all the other Indian children born at that truth illusion , hindersany comprehen- proachher as a native woman- meaning moment. Moving about India in a phan- sion of the inter-personalnature of a take no notice of her?

But she, in fact, nationalidentity. Saleem's trajectoryis extended her hand to me. I shook it awk- tasmagorical tour de nation, he appears at from an extreme version of a Hegelian wardly, unable to conceal my astonish- nearly all the major historical events of the ment. This wasn't native custom; it was Indianstate. Like othernovels of the nation, 'world-historical'person,individualqua European!

If I had known, I would have it has what Benedict Anderson calls a nation,to a intenselyprivateman. Saleem extended my hand first. How should I call the world inside the novel with the world viduallives of men,arepreferableto this you?

Tuan [Sir]? Sinyo [address for an outside" [Anderson ].

Only in this inflatedmacrocosmicactivity"[Rushdie Indo male youth]? But you're not an Indo case the solitary hero doubles as the so- ]. In the two-page penultimate [half-European] What should I call within Indian society are said to create streamof consciousnessstyle, his break her?

Nyai [Javanese address for older 'cracks' and 'fissures' in Saleem's body. This concludingscene is of an The reader of Pramoedya gains a pro- Rushdie winds up with an anomolous individualfacingthe anonymousmasses, found sense of the power relationships character who can not be represented in one personin the middleof million behind the heteroglossia and the elaborate terms of his interactions with others in the Indians.

Saleemenvisionshimself"alone racial stratification of a colonised society. Saleem is identified as an upper in the vastnessof numbers". Thereareno The first volume, This Earth of Mankind, class Muslim from Bombay but that iden- collective agents betweenthe individual centres on Minke's relationship with Nyai tity has no consequences for the story's and the total agglomerationof census- and her daughter Annelies.

All three rep- development. Throughout the novel, enumerated citizens. Midnight's Children resent liminal figures in the racial hierar- Saleem is an anonymous and generic leaves the readerwith Indiaas a random chy. Minke is an upper class Javanese figure; he has no mother tongue and can collection of individualswhose reasons youth attending a Dutch boarding school.

He communicates with any perfectlyinscrutable. The only thingthat concubine who has become the de facto Indian anywhere anytime. As one literary appearstouniteIndiansis thecensuswhich wife of a Dutch plantation owner and has critic has put it, Saleem, as a "compound counts them together.

Saleem 'floats Minke,is Saleem's opposite. Pramoedya holic. Annelies, as their child, is an Indo above' a termfromShame his own history gives Minkea preciseidentity:a specific theequivalentof an Anglo-Indianin India.

Minke'sintellectualandemotionalgrowth One may contrast this with the seemingly Once Nyai Ontosoroh's husbanddies from propelsthe plot forward. And like Saleem, he makes no Minke's name, the readerlater learns, was Netherlandsratherthanto Nyai Ontosoroh, pretenseof objective knowledge of the his Dutch schoolmaster's name for him. The past. Yet unlike Saleem, he is confident Minke, as 'monkey' is the branding upon stategrantscustody to Dutch strangersand thathe is beingtrueto his own experience the native identity, signifying humiliation disregardsherfamily with whom she wishes andis thereforenotobsessivelyconcerned and ownership.

That Minke does not to remain. The racism of the colonial state to pointout the lackof objectivity. On the understandthe branding 'monkey' being is dramatised in the personal tragedy of first page of the first volume, Minke mistranslated as 'Minke' signifies the this trio. I and unintentional act of mistranslation. Naturally,theybecamediffer- his nameeven afterhe finds out the meaning who gradually gains greater knowledge ent fromthe original.

But of the word, a friend of his, who had a about the world. In the first volume, the thatdoesn'tmatter! Andhereis how they Dutchname 'TheMost Cowardly',changed action takes place almost entirely inside turnedout"[Pramoedyaa:1]. Later, his name since the repeated calling of it the plantation house.

Minke's only con- in the secondvolume,whenMinkeagain made him feel cowardly.

Minke is indif- nection with workers and peasants is to discloses his narrativeprocedures,he is ferent: "What's in a name? People called view them from the windows of the house. Perhaps it was indeed a mis- In the second volume, Minke moves fur- "Sothatthe storyrunsin sequence,I have pronunciation of monkey. But it is a name ther out into Javanese society. He visits a put togethera selection of writingsand and it will make me respond if I hear it sugar plantation and learns of the horrible opinionsthatI have heardat one time or called out" [Pramoedya b].

Here abuses by the manager. He stays with a anotherandwhichareconnectedwiththis Pramoedya depicts two responses to nam- peasant family for few nights and learns story of my life. Some of the materialI ing and treats both as legitimate: to reject of the land-grabbingand the resistance of obtainedseveral years after the events, the derogatoryname and adopt a respectful the villagers.

He learns of the Filipino but that is not important"[Pramoedya one or to assert the solidity of one's char- resistance to Spanish and American colo- b]. In Minke's case, nialism and of Japan's industrial success.

This is the opposite of Rushdie's the continuation of the pejorative western Japan had just become a world power narrator's'self-reflexivedigressivity' as name indicates the unerasable imprint through industry and conquest and its Aijaz Ahmad has described it.

Pra- of colonialism and its recoding by the citizens were proclaimed to be of Euro- moedya's Minke is not in the habit of colonial subject.

Saleemcontemptuouslydis- resistance to the colonial state. All the and prostitutes to the world but wonders misses the linearnarrativeas 'what-hap- existing political organisations represent about the Chinese whose land they just pened-nextism' [Rushdie,].

Wishing to fering of others. How confused I was, the consciousness of a historicalagent organise a broader base of people under surrounded by the reality of the world" trying to change the society.

He has to an overarching identity, he decides to [Pramoedya b].

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He and Nyai make strategicdecisions with imperfect establish an organisation of Islamic mer- Ontosoroh learn of the struggles in China knowledgeandwrestlewithmoraldilem- chants, Sarekat Dagang Islam SDI.

The from a Chinese nationalist who has come mas: "humanbeings too often clap with thirdvolume centres on his life as a political to Indonesia to mobilise the overseas just one hand. Minke comes to understand that Chinese community, a man eventually he is uncertainas to whatwill happennext every solution to the problem of identity killed by the Chinese mafia in Surabaya. The SDI, due to its Minke also has a lengthy talk with a Dutch of this uncertainty,finding in fact some Islamic character,is unable to incorporate radicalwho tells him about how the Dutch thrillin the process.

Eachmomentcarries the Balinese Hindus and its promotion of drain wealth from the Indies and how the an indeterminacyfor its result. Minke Javanese Muslim merchants engenders a sugar companies control the state and the admitsthathe wrotethenotesforthebook hostile rivalry with the Arab and Chinese' media. Even while labouring to ex- ume, Minke becomes a nationalist who would turnout" [Pramoedya].

Minke con- become a native collaborator of the colo- bring himself to explain his own name: ceives of SDI's promotion of native com- nial state like his father, and identifies with "Myown name- forthetimebeingI need merce and the culture of Islam to be a plantationworkers and peasants as fellow nottell.

NotbecauseI amcrazyformystery. After much internal struggle, he I've thoughtaboutit quite a lot: I don't a more all-embracing 'Indies nationalism', loses his pride in his fluency in Dutch and reallyneed yet to revealwho I am before not as an end in and of itself. Economicand PoliticalWeekly July 14, In presenting Minke as a persevering up he feels himselfpartlyresponsiblefor and experiencing so many adventures,that activist, Pramoedya depicts the enormous the bad side of nationalism,the chauvin- the discovery of the inner self is the only weight of inequalitarian,stifling traditions ism andmilitarism.

He believes the abst- true vocation in life. The first three volumes grandillusionof acommunityof strangers, inventiveness, follows a predictable pat- end with an affirmation of the struggle only provideda tool for then cynics and tern of the jaded 'loss of ideals' genre of against the colonial state. In the last sen- opportuniststo manipulatethe masses. Ngugi WaThiong'o's tence of the first book, Minke tells his Saleembelieves that 'we, the childrenof critique of African writers of the s fiancee's mother: "Yes, Ma, we fought Independence,rushedwildly andtoo fast could be applied to Rushdie word for word: back, Ma, even though only with our into our future'.

The first generationof "What the writer often reacted to was the mouths. Ulti- tural basis of that lack of a national moral The third book ends with Minke's female mately,Rushdieindictsthe entiresociety fibre.

Sometimes the writer blamed the servantvowing to continue his work while for the degenerationof the postcolonial people - the recipients of crimes - as well he is in exile. Pramoedya's charactersfight state. Thenationwasbroughtdownby the as the perpetrators of the crimes against with a principled integrity so that even in deadweightof tradition:"in a kind of the people.

At times the moral horrorwas defeat they can live with self-respect. Thus, although the literaturepro- Rushdie presents the story of India after Midnight's Children indicts everyone for duced was incisive in its observation, it independence as a story of the degenera- being insufficientto the task of nation- was nevertheless characterised by a sense tion of the original 'optimism' of the building. Thehigh-mindednationalistsare of despair. The writer in this period often nationalist movement.

Saleem faithfully blindedby theirown optimism,the poli- retreated into individualism, cynicism, or comports a talisman, a silver spittoon, that ticians sustain outrageoussuperstitions, into empty moral appeals for a change of evokes that initial aspirations for a new the plebeiansare gullible consumersof heart" [Ngugi ]. As in Midnight's Children, the wealth silver.

During the nationalist whole society is complicitin the failure 'good nationalist' protagonist faces an movement of the s there was an of the democraticidealsof independence antagonist from the repressive apparatus 'optimismepidemic', optimismwas 'break- [Brennan]. If Saleem's rival is the military ing out all over Inrdia'[Rushdie ]. By the end of Midnight's Children, the officer Shiva, Minke's is Jacques But the religious and ethnic riots in its failing of the Indiannationalprojectbe- Pangemanann, the Commissioner of Po- cities, the wars with Pakistan, and the comes the failing of all politicalactivity.

Saleem concludes in the final He is not a vulgar low-class brute in the to a sort of end' [Rushdie ]. The sentencethatit is both a 'privilegeand a manner of Rushdie's Shiva. He is a me- silver spittoon he had clutched throughout curse'for the generationof independence thodical, erudite, and diligent intelligence his fantastical adventures and had man- "toforsakeprivacyandbe suckedintothe agent.

Instead of sharing Minke's utopia aged to retain, though dented and worn, annihilatingwhirlpoolof the multitudes" of an independent nation in which there is finally lost in the chaos of a slum [Rushdie]. Yet it is difficultto would be no racism, injustice and eco- demolition during the Emergency.

He was soon able to live in the Netherlands as part of a cultural exchange program. In the years that followed, he took an interest in several other cultural exchanges, including trips to the Soviet Union and the People's Republic of China , as well as translations of Russian writers Maxim Gorky and Leo Tolstoy. 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. When he was arrested his library was burned and much of his collection and early writings were lost. On the prison colony island of Buru he was not permitted even to have a pencil.

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Doubting that he would ever be able to write the novels down himself, he narrated them to his fellow prisoners. With the support of the other prisoners who took on extra labor to reduce his workload, Pramoedya was eventually able to write the novels down, and the published works derived their name "Buru Quartet" from the prison where he produced them.

They have been collected and published in English translated by Max Lane and Indonesian , as well as many other languages. Though the work is considered a classic by many outside of Indonesia, publication was banned in Indonesia, causing one of the most famous of Indonesia's literary works to be largely unavailable to the country's people whose history it addressed.

Copies were scanned by Indonesians abroad and distributed via the Internet to people inside the country. Pramoedya's works on colonial Indonesia recognised the importance of Islam as a vehicle for popular opposition to the Dutch, but his works are not overtly religious.Then, within each language there stand reality and expose the existing many things accordingto your point of are terms of address for each level of the potentials for transcending it.

As in Midnight's Children, the wealth silver. Pramoedya earned several accolades, and was frequently discussed as Indonesia's and Southeast Tetralogi pramoedya ananta toer best candidate for a Nobel Prize in Literature.

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Email : publishing conceptpub. Timothy a heroic narrative. As he prepared material, he began to realise that the study of Indonesian language and literature had been distorted by the Dutch colonial authorities. During the life-and-death years of sented his own personal truth:that he did The task of literature, for him, is "not to guerrilla warfare against the Dutch from not intend to representanything more than mirror or reflect events Rushdie can justify his magical meticulous catalogue of the doubtful lit- narrativestyle by arguingthatit realisti- erary devices of third world novelists While both novels are great works of art, cally representsan insaneworld,thatthe themselves, seen as collaborators in the they are great for very different reasons.

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