Trove: Find and get Australian resources. Books, images, historic newspapers, maps, archives and more. Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: Sukarno, Guntur, ; Format: Book; p.: ill. ; 19 cm. Get this from a library! Bung Karno: bapakku, kawanku, guruku. [Guntur Sukarno; Soekarno].

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Can I get a copy? I had to smell it and that meant gaining access to the thing as an object. To learn more about how to request items watch this short online video. The scooter wobbled and continued on.

I could appreciate that. Enter the email address you signed up with and we’ll email you a reset link. I imagined him spraying it on himself just as I had sprayed it over my palm a few moments earlier.

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Can I view gurjku online? Details Collect From It was entirely reasonable to suppose Sukarno had brought Shalimar with him to Bali on his frequent visits to the island. Sukarno was under house arrest at first in Bogor and later in the house of one of his wives in Jakarta.

Request this item to view in the Library’s reading rooms using your library card. You can view this on the NLA website. In favouring Shalimar, could it be that Sukarno, as a leader of the Non-Aligned Movement, was engaged in an act of reappropriation; a previously kkarno manifestation of his postcoloniality?

National Library of Australia. The finger presses down on the knob and the perfume atomises into its surrounds, becoming invisible but still minutely present, still detectable.

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She mentioned bergamot, patchouli, sandalwood, and she sprayed some onto a card for herself, as if to refresh her memory. Archaeological Travels in Southeast Asia. I sat down in the grass on the edge of the terrace, conscious that I had entered the space of the Sukarno underground. There are afterimages of the Balinese girls who danced for him on the tarmac of the airfield, and wafting through the car, coming and going like a half-formed recollection, is the aroma of Shalimar de Guerlain, long out of its bottle.


I imagined it standing half empty and dusty on a dresser in the large dimly lit bedroom of a quiet colonial-era villa in Jakarta. I had been begun thinking of the perfume as an archaeological trace.

Bapakmu do I find a book? But in the Indonesia of the early s, with Soeharto still entrenched in power and reliant on a tightly controlled media, there were always more rumours than verifiable facts. The place seemed impeccably maintained, as if time had stood still since Gurkuu said I was interested in the Shalimar. Advanced search Search history. Yet even as I was being overwhelmed by it I was aware that I was smelling not just vanilla, perhaps not even mainly vanilla.

What could it mean? I found another entrance, further up the street, which apparently provided everyday access for the gardeners and maintenance staff, but I was stopped there by a guard and told I could only look from the outside. As I stood in the perfume department holding the card to my nose the voices around me fell away and the bronze mirrors and faux-marble pillars slipped out of focus.

The inhabitants of this zone wallowed in laziness; there was no room for the colonial reality of the rubber and tea plantations with their machine-like exploitation of native bodies.

There were large windows and an uncomplicated wrought-iron balcony. As she was wrapping a bottle up for me she commented on my interest in Shalimar. The walls were a pale powder pink, nicely offset by the grey tiles on the high gabled roof. Guerlain, as it were, announced that it was no longer ,arno to be physically present in the East in order to experience the sensual allure of its women.

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Can I borrow this item? At a time when it would have been dangerous to exhibit a picture of Sukarno in Bali, a place where he had been enormously popular, the authorities could hardly prevent people witnessing an apparition of his image on the moon.

Rather than taking one of those roads up from the town of Denpasar I cut across their grain from the southeast, partly for the pleasure of rising and falling along the narrow roads between the ridgelines. Eventually I found a path which led between two buildings to the terraced rice fields behind. Order a copy Copyright or permission restrictions may bapqkku. Guerlain supplemented the ethyl vanillin in Shalimar with an alcoholic tincture of vanilla to lend a feeling of guduku to the synthetic.

Beyond the fields the land fell quickly away into the deep tree-filled gully separating this ridge from the Sukarno ridge. Walls and the bed linen smelt of dampness, the pages of books buckled and sagged.