It follows the failed love between Zainuddin, a mixed-race man, and Hayati, a pure Minang woman. Hamka, an Islamic scholar who disapproved of Minang adat traditions , wrote Van der Wijck as a critique of the discrimination against mixed-race persons prevalent in Minang society at the time, as well as the subservient role of women. Originally released as a serial, Van der Wijck was republished as a novel after favourable popular reception. Described by the socialist literary critic Bakri Siregar as Hamka's best work, the work came under fire in because of similarities between it and Jean-Baptiste Alphonse Karr 's Sous les Tilleuls Under the Limes ; Zainuddin is an orphan. His Minang father died in exile after killing a relative over inheritance; his non-Minang mother has also died.
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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Other editions. Enlarge cover. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Cerita ini berkisar tentang semangat juang Zainuddin, bagaimana merana dan melaratnya hidup Zainuddin setelah cintanya ditolak oleh keluarga Hayati.
Kemudian beliau bangun semula dari segala kedukaan, membuka lembaran baru dalam hidupnya menjadi seorang penulis yang ternama dan berjaya. Ia menceritakan tentang kesetiaan, cinta dan kasihnya Zainuddin terhadap Hayati.
Meski Cerita ini berkisar tentang semangat juang Zainuddin, bagaimana merana dan melaratnya hidup Zainuddin setelah cintanya ditolak oleh keluarga Hayati.
Meski Hayati sudah berkahwin tetapi sebaik mendapat tahu tentang kesusahan yang dihadapi Hayati, lantaran suaminya yang suka berpoya-poya serta tidak bertanggung-jawab, Zainuddin terus membantu tanpa ada dendam dan benci. Sesungguhnya cinta yang suci itu akan terus mekar di dalam hati hingga ke hujung nyawa begitulah jua cinta antara Zainuddin dan Hayati.
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Mau beli bukunya Laila saya jual buku ini secara online ws from malaysia. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. Sort order. A very memorable and captivating read. A great title but the thing only happened at the end. Made me wonder the whole time I was reading this, what does the author means by Tenggelamnya Kapal Van Der Wijck and I didn't know it was literally talking about a sinking ship.
I like the topics mentioned in this story - religion, culture, the difference in social status. This story sets around , so readers got the idea about the state of the country at that time. A great 3. A great writing. If I take aside the romance, focus on the situation, the mindset of the community - Minangkabau people at that time- I find this a great literature. The characters are not likeable, in fact the main character, Zainuddin seems pretty depressing almost the whole story.
All you need is patience. The way I see it, the whole rejection thing has a good effect on Zainuddin. Sure, who won't be sad when their heart was broken but you got through it.
And at the end, he became this great writer, made a lots of contribution, helping others. But maybe the author was aiming for a great love story, a guy who genuinely in love with the girl that no matter what happened, after all this time, he still love her. That after all his achievements, he still felt incomplete without Hayati. I just don't agree with him, putting all the blame on Hayati.
I don't like the way they made the glossary. Make the words italic or something to make it easier for the reader to know if the words are on the glossary. Jul 10, Birsilah Bakar rated it liked it.
I can finish an page book in a day but I took 3 days to finish this. I picked this up because I used to have a friend that worshiped this book, most probably because the ship sunk on her birthday and it was the only book that was famous she read at that particular time.
It was a bumpy ride for me. Even had nightmares because of it. I liked the language. It's one of the most delicate things I've ever encountered. Geography on point. The background was an intricate tapestry of custom, pride an I can finish an page book in a day but I took 3 days to finish this. The background was an intricate tapestry of custom, pride and family ties but I can't find anything to like with the protagonists, namely Zainudin and Hayati.
I actually had high hopes for Hayati when the author described she would probably bring changes because her name is different than the rest. She didn't. Just another pretty face. I cringed at most of the letters. I find Zainudin's letters very difficult to digest. How he begged and then angry because there wasn't any reply, how friendship was somehow equivalent to love, how he kept going on and on about how unfortunate he was from the beginning until the end.
It was quite tiring for me. Pity is not Love. That was my limit. I understand why it's one of the most famous classical literature of Indonesia.
Hamka brought forth groundbreaking issues and even for the time being not all of it has been resolved. It's a bold move with simple Romeo and Juliet idea.
It made people think and try to avoid the same outcome as fated in the book. It's a brilliant move, actually. It should not end any other way. And yet I find it lacked hope for the characters, but it revolutionized the readers This book reminded me of Les Miserables though I loved Hugo's book, I can't say the same for Hamka's.
Sep 17, Amira Zaidat rated it it was amazing. This book is definitely a legend. I have been hearing so much about this book. Production have been making this story into theatre performance for so many times. Reviews were practically everywhere. The book itself has been re-write, re-published many times. The Van Der Wijck ship was just a closure.
This is definitely a great stor This book is definitely a legend. This is definitely a great story of how 2 different social status impacted a pure relationship. HAMKA wrote this story amazingly. He is very detailed. It was beautiful.
The story was not about a sinking ship. It is a story about a sinking relationship being blind by wealth and social status. The ship was the closure. Nov 19, Palsay rated it really liked it Recommends it for: everyone. Shelves: drama. Again, it's a story about someone's ego that destroy his happiness. Hamka also successful great novel in the end..
Hamka also successful in describing the trend of the society in that era, the bad things that caused by the feodal system etc. This is a great novel.
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