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List of works by Chairil Anwar

Born in Medan , North Sumatra , Anwar studied at schools run by the Dutch colonial government until around , when he and his mother moved to the capital, Batavia now Jakarta. As the years passed, this individualism developed into a feeling of mortality and surrender; ultimately it is difficult, if not impossible, to identify a single theme which unites all of Anwar's work. After his death Anwar was criticised for plagiarism , with several works revealed to have been uncredited translations of foreign poems. The Dutch scholar of Indonesian literature A. Teeuw described Anwar as "the perfect poet", [a] [11] while Raffel describes him as "Indonesia's greatest literary figure". The following list is divided into five tables based on the type of works contained within.


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