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Zuber Usman (12 December 1916 – 25 July 1976) was an Indonesian teacher and writer, known as an early pioneer of Indonesian literary criticism. Born in Padang, West Sumatra, he was educated in Islamic schools until 1937, after which he became a teacher. Dabbling in writing short stories during the Japanese occupation of Indonesia and the ensuing revolution, for the rest of his life Usman focused on teaching and writing about literature.

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[Djakarta] : Pustaka Jaya, [1971]
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