Characters and characteristics in Pak De Samad's short story. …
Characters and characteristics in Pak De Samad's short story.
Pak De Samad
Pak De Samad decided to open a cinema in Molo, the very first ever cinema in the whole district too.
Pak De Samad feared no one, least all of the police. No one could stop him. No one could summon him. Except the local alim.
Pak De was a reluctant gedeber, in the sense that he had to be gedeber to protect his hearth and home.
Pak De took Mak De and his children back to Molo during the zaman ka'ak.
Pak De then stormed out of his father's house, threatening to go on an amok.
Mak De Rahmah
Mak De and her children followed Pak De moved to another village called Tasek Pauh.
Mak De continued doing the usual village work of tapping rubber, husking coconuts and planting padi
Mak De doing the rubber tapping to keep the family fed and clothed.
Awang Kecik was not going to be party to the building of a house of sin. He thaught it was a terrible idea and he rejected Pak De's desire to take the share of the family land.
At last, Awang Kecik gave the share of the family land to Pak De after being pleaded by Pak De's siblings.
The man who axed his wife's lover to death