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Ceritera Dipati Ukur : karya sastra sejarah Sunda / oleh E. Suhardi Ekadjati
Bib ID 937620
Format BookBook
Author
Ekajati, Edi S. (Edi Suhardi), 1945-
 
Description Jakarta : Pustaka Jaya, 1982 
xx, 416 p. ; 21 cm. 
Series

Seri pustaka sarjana ; no. 5

Notes

IP 52838.

In Indonesian with extracts from Sundanese literature with parallel Indonesian translation.

Dissertation (Ph. D.) -- Universitas Indonesia, Jakarta, 1979.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Subjects Sundanese philology.  |  Folk literature, Sundanese - Themes, motives.  |  Folk literature, Sundanese - Translations into Indonesian.  |  Indonesian fiction - Translations from Sundanese.  |  Folk literature - Indonesia - Jawa Barat.

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