Main Program: Nh. Dini: A Living Literary Legend



 
26 Oct 2017 10:15 - 11:30
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NEKA. Jl. Raya Sanggingan (Google Maps)
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A living legend of Indonesian literature, Nh. Dini will reveal the flame that sustained her prolific writing career spanning more than five decades. Listen in as she narrates her colorful life, from flight attendant to environmentalist, along with her brave battle against gender-based injustice. It’s a journey for which she is respected and adored as one of the country’s first feminist writers.

Save yourself an upfront seat at this session for just IDR50,000 with our Front Row Reserve. 

Seorang legenda dalam hidup sastra Indonesia, Nh. Dini akan mengungkapkan nyala api yang menopang karir penulisannya yang produktif selama lebih dari lima dekade. Mendengarkan saat dia menceritakan kehidupannya yang penuh warna, mulai dari sebagai pramugari hingga lingkungan, bersamaan dengan pertempuran berani melawan ketidakadilan berdasar dari jenis kelamin. Ini adalah perjalanan dimana Ia dihormati dan dipuja sebagai salah satu penulis feminis pertama di negara ini.

Featuring

Nh. Dini

Nurhayati Srihardini Siti Nukatin, better known by her pen name Nh. Dini, is one of Indonesia’s most respected and prolific novelists, and one of the nation’s first writers whose work …


Leila S. Chudori

Renowned as one of Indonesia’s most respected senior journalists, Leila Salikha Chudori had her first short stories published when she was 12. Her first novel Pulang, a saga spanning two …



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