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    Cyntha Hariadi

ISBN: 978-602-6978-95-0

Two Women in One House and other Stories

by: Cyntha Hariadi

This collection of short stories portray quite melancholy and devastating events in which Cyntha’s plaintive, unglorified descriptions make these stories of loss all the more poignant. These stories focus predominantly on the experience of being a woman, exploring issues of domestic violence, racism, sexual objectification and jealousy.

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This collection of short stories portray quite melancholy and devastating events in which Cyntha’s plaintive, unglorified descriptions make these stories of loss all the more poignant. These stories focus predominantly on the experience of being a woman, exploring issues of domestic violence, racism, sexual objectification and jealousy. ISBN: 978-602-6978-95-0
Publish Date: 2019
Page Count: 128 pages
Cyntha Hariadi is a poetry and prose writer, born in Tangerang, Banten in 1973. She graduated in International Relations at Parahyangan Catholic University, Bandung and in Media Studies at the New School for Social Research, New York. Before writing poetry and prose, she worked as a journalist and advertising copywriter.
Translator :Pamela Allen
Pamela Allen teaches Indonesian language and literature at the University of Tasmania. She has translated and published a wide range of literary genres from Indonesian to English, including short stories, novels and poetry. She is the English translator of Ayu Utami’s award-winning novel Saman and is currently translating Cerita Cinta Enrico [Enrico’s Love Story], another novel by the same author. She regularly interprets and translates for the Ubud Writers and Readers Festival in Bali and has for many years served as a translator and editor for the Lontar Foundation. Most recently she served as the English-language managing editor for Lontar’s new BTW book series.

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Dimensions 11 x 18 cm