[INDOLOGY] article wanted
arlogriffiths at hotmail.com
Tue May 26 20:01:03 UTC 2015
I don't have the volume at hand here at home, so cannot check it down to the comma, but basically this reference seems accurate --- except that I believe the article was published in Indonesian. The volume Sadur was published by the EFEO branch in Jakarta during my tenure there, in collaboration with the commercial publisher KPG. I can easily obtain a scan of the published version, and probably likewise easily obtain a file of the English original if, as I expect, the latter as such remains unpublished.
I presume you are aware of the following, which is presented as part 2 of the article published in Sadur?
Worsley, Peter. 2006. “Cosmopolitan vernacular culture and illustrations of the Rāma story at Caṇḍi Loro Jonggrang, Prambanan. Part 2: The marriage of the crown prince and the succession in polygamous royal households.” In Anamorphoses: hommage à Jacques Dumarçay, edited by Henri Chambert-Loir and Bruno Dagens, 227–42. Paris: Les Indes savantes.
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Date: Tue, 26 May 2015 11:20:52 +0100
From: John.Brockington at btinternet.com
To: indology at list.indology.info
Subject: [INDOLOGY] article wanted
Does anyone have access to the journal with the article noted below
(page numbers regrettably unknown), which I cannot track down
anywhere in Britain. I would very much appreciate firstly
confirmation of the accuracy of the reference and secondly, if
possible, a PDF of the article.
“Cosmopolitan vernacular culture and illustrations of the Rāma
story at Caṇḍi Loro Jonggrong, Prambanan”, in Sadur:
Sejarah Terjemahan di Indonesis dan Malaysia,
ed. by Henri Chambert-Loir (Jakarta: Kepustakaan Populer
Professor J. L. Brockington
Fellow, Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies
Emeritus Professor of Sanskrit, University of Edinburgh
Vice President, International Association of Sanskrit Studies
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