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Title Hasan Mustapa : ethnicity and Islam in Indonesia / edited by Julian Millie.
Imprint Clayton, Victoria : Monash University Publishing, 2017.

Series Vernacular Indonesia series.
Vernacular Indonesia series.
Subject Mustapa, Hasan, R., 1852-1930.
Sundanese literature -- Islamic influences.
Islam -- Indonesia -- 21st century.
Islamic renewal -- Indonesia.
Ethnicity -- Religious aspects -- Islam.
Islam and politics -- Indonesia.
Alt Name Millie, Julian, 1967-
Description 1 online resource (xxii, 273 pages) : illustrations, portraits.
monochrome rdacc
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note © Copyright of the individual chapters is held by the respective authors.
Contents Machine generated contents note: ch. 1 Hasan Mustapa and the Sundanese / Julian Millie -- ch. 2 Teachings of Our Islamic Inheritance (Gelaran Sasaka di Kaislaman) / Hasan Mustapa -- ch. 3 Teachings of Our Islamic Inheritance: The drama of the human lifecourse / Ahmad Gibson Albustomi -- ch. 4 doctrine of the Seven Grades in Hasan Mustapa's verse / Jajang A. Rohmana -- ch. 5 Ìt is incumbent upon Indonesian Muslims to be loyal to the Dutch East Indies Government': A study of a fatwa by Hasan Mustapa / Mufti Ali -- ch. Six Haji Hasan Mustapa: Floating downstream / Ajip Rosidi -- ch. Seven Form and semantics of Mustapa's versification / Hawe Setiawan -- ch. Eight Solitary Man: Hasan Mustapa's spirituality in the present / Asep Salahudin -- ch. Nine Hasan Mustapa as Sundanese writer / Ruhaliah -- ch. Ten Ethnic Islamic legacies in the Indonesian present / Julian Millie.
ISBN 9781925495560
OCLC # 1010493154

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