A. A. Panji Tisna
The Rape of Sukreniby: A. A. Panji Tisna
Violence, money, and melodrama are the volatile ingredients of The Rape of Sukreni. Written in the 1930s, The Rape of Sukreni is a modern Indonesian classic that is concerned with the Balinese-Hindu notion of karma, and the impact of modern commerce on Balinese society. More telling today than when it was first written, The Rape of Sukreni offers a unique, insider’s dark view of the island’s future that violently challenges the conventional image of Bali as a honeyed paradise.
SizeSize : 15 X 24 cm
Publish Date: 2012
Page Count: 128 pages