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Lekra And The 1965 Tragedy

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Lekra And The 1965 Tragedy
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Lembaga Kebudayaan Rakyat (Lekra) PKI Partai Komunis Indonesia Komunis Komunisme  
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28-09-2013

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  • Edition1406/13
  • Edition Date2013-09-30
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A YEAR after Suharto’s downfall, Agam Wispi arrived in Jakarta. For decades the poet had wandered the globe in political exile. Now he was 76 years old, and he seemed frail. Agam had been a member of the People’s Culture Institute (Lekra), a literary and social movement associated with the Indonesian Communist Party (PKI); he was the only Indonesian exile to experience life under three separate communist regimes (China, Russia and East Germany). He became a Dutch citizen in 1988.

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