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Publication Date: October 1983
Editorial Note, Indonesia, volume 36, (October 1983)
Table of Contents, Indonesia, volume 36, (October 1983)
Images and Odors in Javanese Practices Surrounding Death
Adam and Eve on the Island of Roti
Perburuan 1950 and Keluarga Gerilya 1950
A Few and Miscellaneous pi-chi Jottings on Early Indonesia
Eyeglasses: Some Remarks on Acehnese School Books
Seskoad -- Training the Elite
Current Data on the Indonesian Military Elite
Brokers and Middlemen in Indonesian History: A Review
Contributors, Indonesia, volume 36, (October 1983)