GEMILANG 158: FACT AND FICTION ON INDONESIA: Juveniles, Diaries & Novels related to The Dutch East Indies (2015).

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BLOEM, M[arion], Vaders van betekenis. Roman. Derde druk. [3rd. edn.].
Amsterdam, De Arbeiderspers, 1989 Orig. thin limp glossy wrappers, title and coloured illustration on front side. Wrappers designed by Marjo Starink. 264pp. Author's portrait on lower outer wrapper.
Novel with as subject the bond between an eurasian father and his daughter, incl. i.a. notes on racial discrimination and the social position of eurasians in the Netherlands and Indonesia. Paperback edn. (as orig. publ.). Very good copy.

EUR 25.00

Book nr.: 45825

BLOEM, M[arion], Matabia. Orig. edn.
Baarn, De Fontein, 1981 Orig. boards, designed by Marten Koopman, illustration on front boards by Marion Bloem. 107pp. Ills. after drawings by author, table of contents.
Author's experiences and observations, noted down during her visit to Indonesia, in connection with her parent's recollections on dutch colonial Indonesia, incl. i.a. notes on the japanese occupation of Indonesia and internment camps. Very good copy.

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EUR 45.00

Book nr.: 45862

BLOEM, Marion (1952-....), Geen gewoon Indies Meisje. [Eerste druk; First edition, thus).
Amsterdam, Maarten Muntinga, 1983 Stout small 8°., original illustrated limp wrappers with cover title, designed by Cathie Felstead. 238pp. Publ. list on final 7 unnumbered leaves, synopsis and literary review by Hella S. Haasse on lower outer cover. ["Rainbow Pocketboeken"].
Dutch language novel, author's literary Début, in which a young girl from eurasian ancestry struggles with her bi-polair feelings towards her ancestry from the Dutch East Indies, strongly autobiographical. Pocket-edition (as orig. publ.). Very good copy.

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EUR 20.00

Book nr.: 50519

BLOEM, MARION (1952-), De honden van Slipi, roman. [Eerste druk; First edition].
Amsterdam, De Arbeiderspers, 1993 Small 8°. Original publ. cloth. Gilded title on spine. Dustjacket. 150pp. List of author's publications on verso of final blank page, table of contents. ["Grote abc", Nr. 810].
Dutch language strongly autobiographical novel, by which the story is told of a young married woman visiting relatives in Indonesia, Java. Very fine copy. WITH DUSTJACKET.

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- GEMILANG 142: JAVA & THE JAVANESE (2014).
EUR 30.00

Book nr.: 56366

BLOKDIJK, W., Memperdjuangkan sebuah Pulau. [Tirst indonesian language edition translated after the original dutch:"De strijd om een eiland"].
Djakarta, Noordhoff/Kolff, [....] 1950 Original limp wrappers, ciloured and illustrated front wrapper after a drawing by Rein van Looy. 183pp. Black/white illustrations in text and full page, all after drawings by Rein van Looy, table of contents. NOT called-for in holdings of Royal Institute of Linguistics and Anthropology, KITLV. Dutch language edition present in Royal Dutch Library, KB.
Indonesian language adventure story for elder boys with as subject matter the battle around an island, in which a freighter is pursued by a german U-boat, during the Second World War. The original dutch language edition has been published in 1947. Good copy. (some soiling at lower outer wrapper, espacially alongside joint).

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- GEMILANG 171: Indonesian Language Publications (including Low-Malay and Sino-Malay Literature) (2014).
EUR 75.00

Book nr.: 47776

BLOMBERG-ZEEMAN, W., Nonnie. First edn.
Arnhem, E.H. Ten Brink, s.d. [....], 1917 sm. 8°. Orig. clothbacked boards. Title and a circular colured illustration on front boards, printed within a decorative line-border. 60pp. Design of binding and text-ills. by Jan Franse. ["Zondagsschool-serie"; No. 27]. BUUR, I.J., 0296.
Story, with strong christian tendency, as told to dutch youths on a young girl "Nonnie", rather spoiled by her javanese mother (married to a dutch sugarplanter), repatriated to Holland and her difficulties with assimilation at school and at home. Scarce. (fr. inner hinge skiltully reinforced with a narrow cloth strip, child's name in ink in upper margin of ti.-p., [water] stain in lower margin of first 20pp.).

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EUR 75.00

Book nr.: 44143

BOEIJEN, R. & L. STEUR, Rijstkorrels. Original edition.
Den Haag, id'Z, 1996 Small 8°, original limp wrappers, title and an illustration on front side. 30pp. black/white illustrations after drawings by Pamela Steur, synopsis and concise biogr. note with aportraits of authors on lower outer wrapper.
Short indonesian story. Fine copy.

EUR 20.00

Book nr.: 47430

BOEIJEN, R., Groeten uit Bukittinggi. Een voorproefje voor Indonesië-reizigers. [Tweede druk; Second edition].
Beverwijk, Boeijen, 1995 Small 8°., original coloured glossy limp wrappers. 135pp. Some monochrome illustrations after drawing by Louise Peeters, glossary indonesian-dutch, table of contents.
Author's privately published Début, collection of dutch language travel stories, Sumatra, Java and Bali. Pocket edition (as orig. publ.). Very fine copy.

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EUR 10.00

Book nr.: 51582

BOEKA (= P.C.C. Hansen Jr.1867-1930), Beschaving. Uit Java's Binnenland. Orig. edn.
Amsterdam, Van Rossem [1903]. 2 vols. sm.8°. Recent cloth, new endpapers, hftitles(versos blank), (vii), 296; 269pp. Glossary at end of vol. 2, publ. list, review of contents, more an index also at end of vol. 2.BUUR, PD, 583.
In this tendency-novel author adds a new element to his previous novels: the downfall & pauperization of the native population caused by the presence of large European Estates, established in the interior of Java.The author, a totok who worked for a number of years on a Coffee-Estate in Central-Javanese Highlands, set to contradict, after his forced return to the Netherlands in 1879, the communis opinio both in the Netherlands as among the dutch in Indonesia, on the, in his opinion, false view on the Javanese & Indo-European Society, by means of his novels. ATTRACTIVE COPY.

EUR 215.00

Book nr.: 36440

BOEKA (= P.C.C. Hansen Jr.1867-1930), Pàhkasinum. Indische Roman. 1st.
Amsterdam, Veen, [1904]. Small 8°, original decorated coloured cloth, (viii), 204pp. BUUR, PD, 604.
Novel, set in the interior of Java, characterizing the javanese community, with as main character a common Javanese Desa-man. The author, a totok who worked for a number of years on a Coffee-Estate in Central-Javanese Highlands, set to contradict, after his forced return to the Netherlands in 1879, the communis opinio both in the Netherlands as among the dutch in Indonesia, on the, in his opinion, false view on the Javanese & Indo-European Society, by means of his novels. ATTRACTIVE COPY.

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EUR 80.00

Book nr.: 36441

BOEKAN SAJA [: C.W. Wormser], Het geheim der Tempelruïne. Indische Detective Roman. Orig. edn.
Deventer, Van Hoeve, s.d. [....], 1946 Orig. clothbacked boards, title and an illustration on front boards. 190pp BUUR, PD., 1545
Detective story, set on Java, incl. i.a. notes on the local javanese and chinese population. (some light bumping/wear to corners, spine sunned and somewhat dusty, ow. a good copy).

EUR 25.00

Book nr.: 45750

BOER, M. DE (compiler), Trapsgewijs naar het Hoogste. Biografie van Leo Geleijnse. Orig. edn.
Bunne, Servo, 1994 Orig. thin limp coloured wrappers, illustration on front cover. 108pp. Ills., incl. portraits, after original photographs on 4 plates out-of-text, synopsis printed on lower outer wrapper.
Biography of Leo Geleijnse (1928-2005), being a description of his internment for men and boys in various japanese concentration camp on Java; his recollections on the period, the horror and sufferings, fighting his war-traumata and his final reconcilliation with the japanese as such. Very fine copy.

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EUR 45.00

Book nr.: 46046

BOISSEVAIN, G. & L. VAN EMPEL, Vrouwenkamp op Java. Een dagboek. [Eerste druk; First edition].
Amsterdam/Brussel, De Boekerij, 1981 Small stout 8°, original coloured illustrated thin limp wrappers. 284pp., double-page plan of camp Semarang: Lampersari. "RIOD, 80".
Dutch language compilation of diary records kept by authors in camp Lampersari (Semarang) during the japanese oppression of the Dutch East Indies, 1942-145, incl. fragments from the diary as kept by Lennie van Empel, dec. 1941-up till the liberation in 1945. Paperback edition (as orig. publ.). (lower right corner of front cover damaged and with a superficial crack, a bot dog eared, french title foxed with a small name label in corner).

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- GEMILANG 142: JAVA & THE JAVANESE (2014).
- GEMILANG 172: Asia, Southeastasia and the Far East (Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Thailand, Vietnam). (2015)
EUR 35.00

Book nr.: 53214

BOMHOFF, H.J., Liefde Loont. [Eerste druk; First edition].
Maassluis, J. van der Endt & Zoon, [....], 1882 Small stout 8°., original cloth, silvered cover title with a large monochrome illustration at tail, silvered title on spine. Hftitle (verso blank). 375pp. Coloured frontispiece, 3 coloured plates, table of contents. BUUR, I.J., 0092 [: one copy listed in Royal Dutch Library, KB].
Dutch language juvenile story in which a picture is painted of an orphaned javanese boy by the name of Achmet is adopted by a yong dutch officer, educated with officer's sister by a Scottish Governess. Influenced by his foster-sister the boy is converted to the christian religion and is baptized George. Afer his Politechtic education he barries his foster-sister and erects a textile factory in Holland. Very good copy in a nice publ. cloth.

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EUR 75.00

Book nr.: 51794

BONGERS, H. Het Testament van Sachidananda. Verhaal van een H.B.S.-er.
's-Gravenhage, 1949 Cloth, 306pp., frontisp., text-ills. after drawings & design of the boards by W.S. Bitter. BUUR I.J., 0880
Crime-fiction set in & around Bantam, Solo, etc.

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EUR 10.00

Book nr.: 1160
     

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