From Lanka Eastwards: The Ramayana in the Literature and Visual Arts of Indonesia
Andrea Acri, H.M. Creese, A. Griffiths
BRILL, Jan 1, 2010 - Social Science - 275 pages
The studies included in this volume, written by experts in a wide range of disciplines, focus on disparate aspects of the Kakawin Ramayana and the constellation of cultural phenomena revolving around it, providing the reader with a key to the understanding of the rich Old Javanese textual heritage and the transcultural intellectual dynamics that contributed to shaping the cultural heritage of Indonesia up to the present.
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