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Monday, June 3, 2024

The coast is an anathema. Up until the 20th century, the language of coastal people was not considered worthy of being ‘true’ Javanese.

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AN Indonesian children’s song, written by musician Ibu Sud, begins with this:

Nenek moyangku seorang pelaut (My ancestor was a sailor)

gemar mengarung samudra luas (who loved to sail the open seas

And yet the sea is a silent part of the traditional narrative of some Indonesians.

Wayang shadow puppet performances do not begin and end with the sea, but with a mountain, or gunungan: two-dimensional cones adorned with images of trees and fo


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