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By Isa Kamari,Abdul Rahman

as well as celebrating the highbrow culture of a prior iteration of Singaporean Malay thinkers, social and cultural activists, this sequence offers distinctive insights and views into the lived-experience and collective stories of the Malay neighborhood in Singapore. this is often the English translation of Isa Kamari's Potret Puisi Melayu Singapura, which positive factors the works of forty four Singapore Malay poets, from the post-independence period to the current, and indicates how the old context, neighborhood and the distinctiveness of the poet have given poetry written through Singaporean Malay writers its personal particular identity.

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