Dato' Haji Shahnon bin Ahmad (born 1933 in Sik, Kedah) is a Malaysian writer, a National Laureate, and a former Member of Parliament. He was awarded with the National Literary Award in 1982. He is also a Professor Emeritus at Universiti Sains Malaysia in Penang. Some novels written by Shahnon include Ranjau Sepanjang Jalan (1966)—which has been adapted into a film called Rice People directed by Cambodian film director Rithy Panh, Rentong (1965), Srengenge (1973)—which won the Malaysian Novel of the Year in 1970, and Terdedah (1965).

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  • 沙农·阿末(Shahnon Ahmad,1933年1月13日-)是马来西亚著名小说家,曾获得1982年国家文学奖,他也是马来西亚理科大学荣誉教授。1999年,他曾在回教党的旗帜下参与马来西亚第10届全国大选,当选为吉打州锡选区国会议员。 (zh)
  • Dato' Haji Shahnon bin Ahmad (born 1933 in Sik, Kedah) is a Malaysian writer, a National Laureate, and a former Member of Parliament. He was awarded with the National Literary Award in 1982. He is also a Professor Emeritus at Universiti Sains Malaysia in Penang. Shahnon has written a number books, one of the most notable being Shit @ PukiMak @ PM (1999), a controversial political satire. The book makes allegorical references to the ruling coalition government, Barisan Nasional (BN), its major component party, United Malays National Organisation (UMNO), and former Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir bin Mohamed. There were attempts by the government to ban this book and to strip Shahnon of his literary title. Some novels written by Shahnon include Ranjau Sepanjang Jalan (1966)—which has been adapted into a film called Rice People directed by Cambodian film director Rithy Panh, Rentong (1965), Srengenge (1973)—which won the Malaysian Novel of the Year in 1970, and Terdedah (1965). Shahnon is also a member of opposition political party PAS. In the 1999 general election, he contested in the Parliamentary constituency of Sik (P.13) in which he won. He did not contest in the 2004 general election which saw PAS losing that seat to BN. (en)
  • Шахнон Ахмад (малайск. Shahnon Ahmad) (р. 13 января 1933 года, Банггул-Дердеп, Кедах) - малайзийский прозаик, Национальный писатель Малайзии. (ru)
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  • 沙农·阿末(Shahnon Ahmad,1933年1月13日-)是马来西亚著名小说家,曾获得1982年国家文学奖,他也是马来西亚理科大学荣誉教授。1999年,他曾在回教党的旗帜下参与马来西亚第10届全国大选,当选为吉打州锡选区国会议员。 (zh)
  • Шахнон Ахмад (малайск. Shahnon Ahmad) (р. 13 января 1933 года, Банггул-Дердеп, Кедах) - малайзийский прозаик, Национальный писатель Малайзии. (ru)
  • Dato' Haji Shahnon bin Ahmad (born 1933 in Sik, Kedah) is a Malaysian writer, a National Laureate, and a former Member of Parliament. He was awarded with the National Literary Award in 1982. He is also a Professor Emeritus at Universiti Sains Malaysia in Penang. Some novels written by Shahnon include Ranjau Sepanjang Jalan (1966)—which has been adapted into a film called Rice People directed by Cambodian film director Rithy Panh, Rentong (1965), Srengenge (1973)—which won the Malaysian Novel of the Year in 1970, and Terdedah (1965). (en)
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  • 沙农·阿末 (zh)
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