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  Volume 12, Number 1, 2000

Table of Contents

From: Manoa

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Editor's Note

pp. vii-xi
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About the Contributors

pp. 261-266
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Essays

Between the Bars

pp. 25-34
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Silent Voices, Muted Expressions: Indonesian Literature Today

pp. 38-44
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Three Women

pp. 48-62
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Toward Independence: A Century of Indonesia Photographed

pp. 71-73
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Two Essays

pp. 151-153
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I, the Accused

pp. 193-198
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Fiction

Within the Silk Hangings of Our Canopy Bed

pp. 1-9
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Village Dancer

pp. 13-23
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A Bad Joke

pp. 147-150
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An Activist in New York

pp. 169-182
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The Incident

pp. 203-213
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Leftover Soul

pp. 214-223
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The Bird

pp. 230-241
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Drama

The King's Witch

pp. 65-70
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Marsinah Accuses

pp. 155-166
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Interview

Fear of the Word: A Conversation with Will Schwalbe on Publishing Pramoedya Ananta Toer

pp. 183-192
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Symposium on Translating Asian Poetry

How I Strayed into Asian Poetry

pp. 74-78
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Hunting Nets and Butterflies: Ethnic Minority Songs from Southwest China

pp. 80-86
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A Poem Should Mean and Be: Remarks on the Translation of Japanese Poetry

pp. 86-90
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The Way of Translation

pp. 90-97
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from The World Is Large and Full of Noises: Thoughts on Translation

pp. 97-104
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Midwifing the Underpoem

pp. 105-111
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Tuning In to the Poetry of U Sam Oeur

pp. 113-120
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Some Thoughts on the Meaning of Translation

pp. 120-126
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Once More, on the Empty Mountain

pp. 126-133
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And Then the Whole Was Flooded with Light: Hiroya Takagai Translated

pp. 133-137
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Reflections on My Translations of the Tang Poet Han-shan

pp. 137-139
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The Chinese Poem: The Visible and the Invisible in Chinese Poetry

pp. 139-146
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Poetry

Two Poems

pp. 10-11
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Stand behind the Dead

pp. 199-200
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from Minding the Darkness

pp. 224-229
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Reviews

The Mute's Soliloquy (review)

pp. 242-244
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The Woman with the Flying Head and Other Stories (review)

pp. 244-245
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Snake's Pillow and Other Stories, and: A Ready-Made Life: Early Masters of Modern Korean Fiction, and: The Clan Records: Five Stories of Korea (review)

pp. 246-248
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The Last Paradise: A Novel (review)

pp. 248-249
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Oriental Girls Desire Romance (review)

pp. 249-251
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The Old Man Who Swam Away and Left Only His Wet Feet (review)

pp. 251-253
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Dark Sky Question, and: Grazing (review)

pp. 253-256
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I Begin My Life All Over: The Hmong and the American Immigrant Experience (review)

pp. 256-258
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Even the Women Must Fight: Memories of War from North Vietnam (review)

pp. 258-260
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