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The following text is for questions 9 to 12.
Hanna Rambe was born in Jakarta on November 23, 1940. Her parents were originally from North Sumatra. Her father, in his youth, lived near at the edge of the forest. Hanna Rambe\s fascination with nature seems to have started from the stories and legends her father and mother told her. These stories were embellished by her reading and occasional vacations to woodland areas. Hanna\s parents frequently took her on holiday outside Jakarta to be closer to nature.
Hanna Rambe was born in Jakarta, but upon reading her stories, she seems to be someone who has lived close to nature and in isolation. Her novel Mirah dari Banda, describes life in the nutmeg forests of Banda and provides a detailed description of historical background. Her novel Seorang Lelaki di Waimital tells the true story of a young student from IPB named Kasim, who went to do practical fieldwork in the interior of Maluku and remained there for fifteen years.
In the mid-1960\s, Hanna Rambe entered the Literature Department at the University of Indonesia. She entered the field of journalism, beginning as a copy-editor of the newspaper Indonesian Observer, then worked as a translator and reporter for Indonesia Raya until 1974. She also worked as a contributor for the magazine Intisari (1972-1977), and then as a journalist for Mutiara magazine (1977-1992). Her work provided her the opportunity to travel to faraway places, as she had always wished. She drew great inspiration from her journeys that she translated into stories. When she wrote Pertarungan, she set the story in Sumatra. She also gained inspiration from a trip to the interior of India. When preparing Mirah dari Banda, she lived for a month in Banda. While writing Seorang Lelaki dari Waimital, Hanna went back and forth to Seram.
Today, Hanna Rambe has retired from journalism and spends her days writing as well as teaching English.
Adopted from: http://lontar.org/author-book/hanna-rambe/ (July 30, 2019)