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The traitor Jobin : a wayang golek performance from Central Java / performed by Sindu Jotaryono ; translated by Daniel McGuire and Lukman Aris ; introduction by Robert S. Petersen
Bib ID 1808746
Format BookBook
Author
Jotaryono, Sindu
 
Uniform Title Jobin balik. English & Javanese
Description Jakarta : Lontar Foundation, c1999 
xiv, 225 p. ; 17 x 23 cm. 
ISBN 9798083318
Summary

Wayang play.

Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. xiv).

Subjects Puppets -- Indonesia -- Java.  |  Shadow shows -- Indonesia -- Java.  |  Wayang plays.
Also Titled

Jobin balik

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