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Fetish, Recognition, Revolution
James T. Siegel

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Acknowledgments
Introduction3
Pt. IThe Fetish of Appearance
Ch. 1The "I" of a Lingua Franca13
Ch. 2What Did Not Happen to Indonesians38
Ch. 3Fetishizing Appearance, or Is "I" a Criminal?54
Pt. IIRecognition
Ch. 4Student Hidjau and The Feeling of Freedom97
Ch. 5Scandal, Women, Authors, and Sino-Malay Nationalism115
Ch. 6Love Sick, or the Failures of the Fetish and of Translation134
Ch. 7The Wish for Hierarchy161
Pt. IIIRevolution
Ch. 8Collaboration and Cautious Rebellion183
Ch. 9Revolution208
Epilogue231
Notes255

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