Modern Indonesian literature has always been approached against the background of a Western set of ideas about literature. I will try to suggest that Indonesian literature, or the Indonesian literary system, is fundamentally different from a western literature. My argument will revolve around the interface between print-literacy on the one hand and orality on the other. Based on that I will also try to suggest some of the consequences this may have for the way we should approach and study it.
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