Writing a New Society: Social Change Through the Novel in Malay (Southeast Asia Publications Series)

Writing a New Society: Social Change Through the Novel in Malay (Southeast Asia Publications Series) Recent Social And Political Upheaval In Malaysia Has Taken Many Analysts By Surprise, But The Stresses And Fissures In Malay Society Have Been Vividly Described In Malay Novels Since The Early S Writing A New Society Is The First Extended Study Of The Novel In Malay And Is A Groundbreaking Study Of The Relationship Between Social Change And Literary Practice The Book Traces The Emergence Of The Genre From The S And, Drawing On Twenty Six Of Malaysia S Best Known Novels, Argues That The Form Was Developed As A Vehicle For Transforming Malay Ideas About Themselves And Their Society

Virginia Matheson Hooker is Professor Emeritus and Fellow in the Dept of Political Social Change, College of Asia and the Pacific, at The Australian National University She retired as Professor of Indonesian and Malay in the Faculty of Asian Studies, the Australian National University in January 2007 Her research has focussed on Islam in Southeast Asia, literature and social change in Mala

[Epub] ❧ Writing a New Society: Social Change Through the Novel in Malay (Southeast Asia Publications Series) Author Virginia Matheson Hooker – Ultimatetrout.info
  • Hardcover
  • 492 pages
  • Writing a New Society: Social Change Through the Novel in Malay (Southeast Asia Publications Series)
  • Virginia Matheson Hooker
  • English
  • 08 April 2019
  • 9780824823047

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *