Main Program | Intan Paramaditha: The Wandering

03 Nov 2020 18:00 - 19:00
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The Guardian called Intan Paramaditha’s debut novel The Wandering an “ingenious choose-your-own-adventure challenge, [which is] at least five books in one.” Originally published in Indonesian as Gentayangan and translated into English by Stephen J. Epstein, The Wandering has received multiple awards. Join Intan for a raw and insightful conversation about travel, identity, and why we are “haunted by the road not taken.”

The Guardian telah menyebut novel debut Intan Paramadita yang berjudul The Wandering seperti sebuah “tantangan menciptakan alur cerita sendiri”, cerita yang terasa seperti lima buku menjadi satu. Yang awalnya diterbit dalam bahasa Indonesia dengan judul Gentayangan dan diterjemahkan ke dalam bahasa Inggris oleh Stephen J. Epstein, The Wandering telah menerima beberapa penghargaan internasional. Ikuti Intan dalam perbincangan yang otentik dan penuh wawasan mengenai perjalanan, identitas, dan mengapa kita dibayang-bayangi oleh “jalan yang belum pernah ditempuh sebelumnya”.



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