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Cooper, N.I. 2004, "Tohari's trilogy: Passages of power and time in Java", in Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, vol. 35, no. 3, pp. 531.
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Cooper, N.I. (2004). Tohari's trilogy: Passages of power and time in Java. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 35 (3) , 531.
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Cooper, Nancy I. 2004. "Tohari's Trilogy: Passages of Power and Time in Java." In Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 35 , no. 3: 531.
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Cooper, Nancy I. "Tohari's Trilogy: Passages of Power and Time in Java." Journal of Southeast Asian Studies. 35.3 (2004): 531.
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@article{cooper2004tohari,
  title = {Tohari's trilogy: Passages of power and time in Java},
  author = {COOPER, Nancy I},
  journal = {Journal of Southeast Asian Studies},
  year = {2004},
  month = {Oct},
  volume = {35},
  number = {3},
  pages = {531},
  keywords = {Novels|Literary criticism|Gender},
  abstract = {Ahmad Tohari's trilogy of novels conjures up national demons of Indonesia's darkest historical moment. In reading across the grain of anti-communism and pro-moral reform, this article analyses a wealth of gender imagery. Javanese complementarity, although unequal, recognises a kind of dramatic feminine power that need not be threatening as long as men exercise self-restraint. Although modernisation tends to dichotomise persons into 'castes' of the sinful and virtuous, alternative modernities drawn from Javanese cultural sensibilities are also conceivable.},
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  source = {jseas},
}