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Alaf 21, 2006 - Authors, Malay - 508 pages
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Autobiography of Shahnon Ahmad, a Malaysian author.
 

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ENGGANG 6? SRENGENGE
13
KALAU IBU SAMPAI TAKAH TIGA
20
CACINGKU BUKAN CACINGMU
28
TIVI ALAHAI TlVl
34
KEPONGAHAN DAN KERADANGAN
41
KARYAYANG TAK PERNAH DIBUKUKAN 1
54
RENTONG
60
BORANG G 147
67
KEDAMAIAN KEGANASAN 5
209
ANJING
217
PASCA INTELEKTUAL BELACAN BAKAR DAN IWA
230
DEWAN YANG MULIA DYM
240
MYASTHENIA GRAVIS
249
YANG TAK PERNAH BERKESUDAHAN 1
262
PENYERAHAN
270
SAMA TAPl TAK SERUPA
281

GELONGNYA TERPOKAH
75
SHARIFAH BERLIAN SHARIFAH SHUHADA
81
ANGIN TIMUR ANGIN BARAT
89
GEMPAR
95
BERUZLAH POKOK
102
BERUZLAH HUJAN
112
BERUZLAH EMBUN
119
BERUZLAH ANGIN
128
GONDRONG
137
CINTA
146
ALA ORANG TUA
155
WAKDA
165
KEDAMAIAN KEGANASAN 2
176
KEDAMAIAN KEGANASAN 3
182
AUSTRALIAOH AUSTRALIAl
191
MONTEL DAN MAUT
200
KARYAYANG MELOYAKAN
287
SENI FILEM
298
SENI PANTUN
307
SENl PUISI
313
SASTERAWAN KARYA DAN MARTABAT DIRI
319
APA ORANG KATA 1
327
APA ORANG KATA 2
333
APA ORANG KATA 3
339
APA ORANG KATA 4
345
ESEI FORMAL
359
KEBUDAYAAN ISLAM DAN KEBUDAYAAN NASIONAL
366
MENULIS TESIS
374
POLITIK DAN SASTERAWAN
387
SASTERA SUEI HANYA SEBUAH NOTA
395
BlLA KHATIB MEMBACA KHUTBAH
402
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About the author (2006)

Best known for his short stories and novels, Shahnon Ahmad began translating and writing satirical short stories in 1956 for the Malay literary weekly, Mastika. Except for a brief time abroad, when he went to Australia as a researcher and obtained his degree in 1971, Shahnon Ahmad has spent his entire life in the northern part of the Malay Peninsula. After many years in university administration, he was appointed professor of literature at the Science University in Penang. His novels reflect his deep knowledge of the life of rural Malays in the north who confront the double hardship of inhospitable nature and inequitable society. His most famous novels, Rope of Ash and No Harvest but a Thorn (1966), portray villagers struggling to survive in the face of human cruelty and harsh nature.

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