Ada Berita Apa Hari Ini, Den Sastro? by Sapardi Djoko DamonoKumpulan sajak yang memuat dua belas sajak ini, berbeda dengan kumpulan sajak Sapardi Djoko Damono sebelumnya. Sajak-sajak dalam buku ini lebih panjang atau berfragmen bagai membaca sebuah cerita pendek yang disampaikan dengan bahasa puitis dan liris. Selain itu, sajak-sajak ini juga kental dengan perenungan mendalam sehingga tampak menonjol nilai-nilai filosofisnya. Kumpulan sajak ini dinyatakan oleh Sapardi Djoko Damono sebagai kumpulan sajaknya yang terakhir.
Time is Transient, Sapardi's Poems Are Eternal
His works have been re-published multiple times, shining a light for literature lovers of any age. To celebrate his work, writers and artists paid tribute to the retired professor of the University of Indonesia at the Bentara Budaya Jakarta cultural institute in South Jakarta on March 22, a day after World Poetry Day. The seven books comprise a new novel, Pingkan Melipat Jarak Pingkan Folds Distance , and six old poetry books that are re-published by Gramedia. Prior to these six books, Gramedia re-published his masterpiece, poetry book Hujan Bulan Juni Rain in June , last year, as a coloring book for adults with the help of noted illustrators Beng Rahadian and Cecil Mariani. Read also: Putting some color into poetry. Wearing his signature newsboy cap and khaki corduroy, Sapardi said he was over the moon that Gramedia was re-publishing his old works.
Legendary Indonesian poet Sapardi Djoko Damono. Age is just a number to year-old prominent poet Sapardi Djoko Damono. With a book launch attended by fellow writers and readers, Sapardi was not celebrating a birthday, but a rebirth. The small stage of Bentara Budaya was brimming with authors, artists and public figures who read or sing his poems. It truly described how crowded, how lonesome, how suffocating New York was.
Sapardi Djoko Damono
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Sapardi Djoko Damono was born in Solo, Central Java, on 20 March , and spent his childhood and adolescent years in his hometown. He studied English literature at Gadjah Mada University in Yogyakarta, and has translated many works of fiction and poetry from English into Indonesian. He was editor of the Indonesian literary magazines Basis , Horison , and Kalam. Those turbulent times saw Sapardi finding his own voice in brief, limpid poems with simple yet pregnant imagery from everyday life. By the early s he had already emerged as a master of profound simplicity. He took part in the Poetry International Festival, Rotterdam, in John H.