Drama dari Krakatau Long Sleeve T-Shirt

Was: $27.95
Now: $21.95
(No reviews yet) Write a Review


Before you buy, take a look at this product on our Amazon store! Sometimes the price can be cheaper:

https://www.amazon.com/Wikipparel/B092LP5PVZ
Adding to cart… The item has been added

Express your interests in a unique way with this one-of-a-kind garment! Sporting a classic fit, this long-sleeved shirt is a true wardrobe essential. It’s perfect for a relaxed, casual outfit, and looks great on its own, or layered under your favorite jacket. Made from 100% cotton.


Drama dari Krakatau ([ˈdrama daˈri kraˈkatau]; Drama of Krakatoa) is a 1929 vernacular Malay novel written by Kwee Tek Hoay. Inspired by Edward Bulwer-Lytton's 1834 novel The Last Days of Pompeii and the 1883 eruption of Krakatoa, the sixteen-chapter book centres on two families in 1920s Batam that are unknowingly tied together by siblings who were separated in 1883. The brother becomes a political figure, while the sister marries a Baduy priest-king. Ultimately these families are reunited by the wedding of their children, after which the priest sacrifices himself to calm a stirring Krakatoa.

First published as a serial in Kwee's magazine Panorama between 7 April and 22 December 1928, Drama dari Krakatau was written over a period of two months after the author was asked to prepare a "sensational" story for a film. Before the final instalment had been published, the novel had already been adapted for the stage. Although Kwee was known as a realist and researched the volcano before writing, Drama dari Krakatau is replete with mysticism. Thematic analyses have focused on the depiction of indigenous cultures by Kwee (himself ethnic Chinese), as well as geography and nationalism. As with other works of Chinese Malay literature, the book is not considered part of the Indonesian literary canon.