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Buku yang berisi pemikiran - pemikiran alm. Disusun lewat pengumpulan karya - karya tulisan Gie, baik di jurnal hariannya, maupun dari tulisan - tulisannya di koran nasional. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. More Details Original Title. Other Editions 3. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Catatan Seorang Demonstran , please sign up.
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I dont like politics, but I like to learn why people is in it. It is not about politics, as somehow Soe Hok Gie wasnt a political person although he was involved a little bit.
I see him much more as a freedom fighter. He was young, full of spirit which I admire, and very brave. He was a leader and he brought a lot of encouragement to young people, the future of the nation. I am proud to be Indonesian, for a person like him. Very motivating diary! View 2 comments. Oct 23, Rafsanjani rated it it was amazing. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Sep 23, Anjar Priandoyo rated it it was amazing Shelves: indonesia.
My comments are the same: what kind of person that wants to publish a dead man diary, its sad, tragic and frustrating. I don't think that people should publish a diary, even that we don't have any scholar that could write long enough to be considered as a book. Reading the commentary section at least both of Hidayat Sutarnadi and Salim Said questioning what is the motive behind publishing this diary, to be reminded again, this is mid-life I read Soe Hok Gie Diary after reading Ahmad Wahib Diary.
Reading the commentary section at least both of Hidayat Sutarnadi and Salim Said questioning what is the motive behind publishing this diary, to be reminded again, this is mid-life crisis diary of in single relationship confused person. Its also sad that people want to compare between Wahib UGM Madura published in with Soe Hok Gie UI Chinese published in , both of upper middle class intellectual at that time, both interested in politics but not his study.
It might be the same people that want to have a new symbol for s political balance. Why a dead man should be rise again as a symbol, and why choose a diary? I understand that there is no living person that has a better idea, but, publishing a diary is wrong on so many levels.
One day Gie sexual orientation will be explored. What kind of person that does not like a porn movie, and moreover what kind of person that wrote that in his diary? I don't want to judge Gie or Wahib, but their writing is not a scientific nor philosophy nor a thinking, its a diary.
And the only thing that can be analyzed from a diary is their psychological, their sexual orientation, their perception of failure and success. Normal people did not write a diary, the first part that needs to be questioned is why both of them write a diary. However, the biggest question is what kind of person that wants to publish a dead man diary? Nov 22, Immensse rated it really liked it.
Definitely impressed and inspired with Gie's bravery, sincerity, intelligent, and his idealism on upholding the humanity, morality and justice either in his daily environment or his country. The only downside from this book is the many parts from the original diaries which were omitted in the very first publication of the book.
It is unfortunate that we might have missed to see more political views from Gie and other special events in his life. Feb 21, Naura Balahmar rated it really liked it. Oct 07, Tasya Dita rated it it was ok Recommended to Tasya by: all indonesian students.
Shelves: non-fiction , borrowed , read-in-bahasa. It's not that I dislike this book. I really like the first half, the part where there are a lot of uprising and demonstrations and basically students engineered the whole thing and they managed to overthrow Soekarno's Regime. Students were the one that first to act and engineered the whole thing. Students were very critical and sensitive with all the social problems. I love the way we're all uniting for a better Indonesia.
But then, after , this journal became too private. It tells Soe Hok Gie personal lives, like his girlfriends and family. I love reading about his inner struggle, but the girlfriends part?
Not so much. Plus it's dissapointing reading about people who fought together to overthrow Soekarno now turns into corrupt officials. It's like they get what they want, and they did what Soekarno's regime did.
It's pretty pathetic and dissapointing to read how quickly they change their minds. Overall, I think this book should be read by Indonesians college student at least once.
It really animates the spirit of students; the struggle, the rebellion, the fight for justice. And it gives real insight about what happened in Feb 27, Ama B rated it liked it. The diary shows how critical Gie was, even as a young boy. The book started with some diary entries from when he was in middle school. He criticized everyone around him, his "ignorant" fellow peers and teachers whom he always debated with.
Gie developed interest toward philosophy and writing as he spent his time reading works from writers such as Goethe. He began to criticized at Indonesian politics from his late years of high school and entering University of Indonesia.
He questioned how the in The diary shows how critical Gie was, even as a young boy. He questioned how the independence that we achieved in had then only for the leaders. Gie's diary remind me of Lu Hsun, a Chinese famous revolutionary writer. Both didn't seem to be either too left or too right as they criticized the two sides.
I have to admit, they had somehow shaped some basic thoughts in politics. Jan 21, Thoso rated it it was amazing Shelves: idealisme-mahasiswa. If you are a young student and you care for the goodness of the world around you, than this is absolutly the kind of book you should read. Top priority, as it shows the strugle of a young man's vision in the real world. Such strugle that connect to your soul directly as you will feel that you do share the same emotion and idealism.
Frankly speaking, this is one of the book that confirmed my ideas of how things should happen in my country and effect the way I live my life today I mean, certainly If you are a young student and you care for the goodness of the world around you, than this is absolutly the kind of book you should read. Frankly speaking, this is one of the book that confirmed my ideas of how things should happen in my country and effect the way I live my life today I mean, certainly the situation is different as i live years after him, but than considering the time
Catatan Seorang Demonstran
Madiun , PKI di bawah pimpinan Musso melakukan pemberontakan hebat. Ini kali kedua PKI melakukan perlawanan bersenjata setelah apa yang mereka lakukan pada Akibat pemberontakan tersebut, ribuan jiwa melayang. Mereka bukan saja rakyat yang tidak berdosa, melainkan juga para pelakunya. Peristiwa yang kemudian disebut sebagai Madiun Affair ini ternyata sangat menarik perhatian Soe Hok Gie. Lewat serangkaian penelitian, Soe Hok Gie mencoba mencari akar persoalan penyebab terjadinya peristiwa tragis ini.
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