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by Lindor Serrurier

Author: Lindor Serrurier
Language: Chinese
Publisher: Kessinger Publishing, LLC (April 18, 2010)
Pages: 284 pages
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Author: Lindor Serrurier. 1272 downloads at 25 mb/s. This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages.

Author: Lindor Serrurier.

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1 A bilingual English–Chinese book will provide up-to-date information on the genre(s) in regional context: Kaori Fushiki and Robin Ruizendaal, ed. Potehi: Glove puppet theatre in Southeast Asia and Taiwan (閩南布袋戲在東南亞與台灣) (Taipei: Taiyuan Publishers, forthcoming). Po-té-hi: The Chinese glove puppet theatre in East Java’, in Performance in Java and Bali: Studies of theatre, narrative, music and dance, ed.

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Laurent Serrurier, Rijksuniversiteit te Leiden. De wajang poerwå : eene ethnologische studie. Verzameling van Japansche Boekwerken, op zijne reis naar Yedo in 1858 voor het Rijk ingekocht. Joachim Curtius, Johannes Hoffmann, Laurent Serrurier. This standard work on wajang puppets by Lindor Serrurier (1846-1901), director of the Leiden Museum of Ethnology, is as monumental as it is rare. The beautiful lithographs were outsourced by Brill to the printer P. J. Mulder in Leiden. The Dutch government had two hundred copies printed, which were presented to museums abroad and to foreign dignitaries on a state visit. The wajang puppets displayed on the wheel cart are Sangkoeni and Karoepoeparti, important leading figures from the story Mahabharata. Plano 18 C1, Plate VIIa.

SERRURIER, De Wajang Poerwa (1896), p. 145, mentioning performances in Demak and Pemalang. See the reproduction in GRUENWEDEL, Buddhistische Studien. Veröffentlichungen aus dem Kon. Museum für Völkerkunde in Berlin, Band V (1897), p. 2. oogle Scholar.

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