Joged lan Bojog Lua ane Setata Ngantiang Ulungan Bulan rikala Bintange Makacakan di Langite

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Joged lan Bojog Lua ane Setata Ngantiang Ulungan Bulan rikala Bintange Makacakan di Langite
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  • Gusti Made Adi Kurniawan
Publisher
Pustaka Ekspresi
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Publication date
Januari 2018
Subjects
  • cerita pendek
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                  Beside Neil Armstrong, who once landed on the moon, history should noted: there will be a dancer who went to the moon with her friend “bojog lua”. At this moment, the dancer and her “bojog lua” or she monkey are preparing to board their spaceship while waiting for the moon that, so it said, will fall when stars filled the night sky. And then? Let me say these under my breath: “Get real!” I can honestly say, this is all mere imagination and fantasy bluffs. Everything are make believes, or some hoaxes!” Indeed everything in this world everything can be turned into fantasy’s material. For everyone’s benefit or counter to it, low brow or holy and real or just make believes. Thus, in lieu with the monkey and joged dancer who were becoming astronauts. The whole thing is indeed mere imagination, while looking at the cover of a Balinese language short story collections titled “Joged lan Bojog Lua ane Setata Ngantiang Ulungan Bulan rikala Bintange Makacakan di Langite”. It’s quite a breath exercise to read the entire book’s title in one go. Which in English mean “The Joged Dancer and Female Monkey That Kept Waiting for the Moon to Fall when Stars Dotted the Sky”. Cool, huh? Don’t waste your time counting how many words are in it, just ponder the title and take it into your imagination.

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