Kumpulan Skripsi & Artikel Jurnal Ilmiah

2009

Alienation in frost’s north of Boston

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Author : JUNITA, WIWI

North of Boston is Frost?s second volume of poetry that remarks Frost career as a poet. It has been widely praised by both American and English critics. However, they also give their critics and comments; and many try to observe deeper into the poems in it. W. G. O?Donnell, one of the critics, said that North of Boston reveals the theme of alienation, of man?s isolation from his fellow man. This is quite a surprise for North of Boston that has the power to bring individuals together, contains the theme of alienation. Using literary approach and library research the writer finds that “Mending Wall”, “Home Burial”, “The Black Cottage”, and “A Servant to Servants”, which are the major poems in North of Boston, reveal the theme of alienation. The theme of alienation appears from the diction and setting that Frost used in his poems. In addition, two types of alienation, which are social alienation and self-alienation, are found in the four poems.

Keyword : american, poetry, study, teaching, frost. robert, north of boston

Sumber : http://repository.petra.ac.id/1912/

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The study of the main character’s development from immaturity to maturity in crane’s the red badge of courage

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Author : SUSANTO, HERRY

Stephen Crane, who is an impressionist, naturalist and realist writer, without any experience in war, wrote his masterpiece The Red Badge of Courage. This novel talks about an immature young man, Henry Fleming, who becomes mature after he experiences war. The thesis writer is interested to know how the main character develops from immaturity to maturity. That is why the thesis writer wants to show that Henry Fleming experiences a development from immaturity to maturity based on his experience in war. In discussing the character development, the thesis writer divides the analysis into three parts. First, the thesis writer discusses Henry?s character in the beginning when he joins the war. Second, the thesis writer discusses the process of the development of Henry?s character and finally, the thesis writer discusses Henry?s character after he experiences war. In the analysis, the thesis writer shows Henry?s character development when he has to face the war in being inexperience. His being inexperience in war caused him to experience many shameful things as a soldier. The thesis writer analyzes the development in Henry?s character through his thought, speech and behavior before and after he becomes mature. He uses some theories such as characterization, setting, conflict and also psychological theories on immaturity and maturity. In the conclusion, the thesis writer finds out that Henry?s experience in war happens because of his wrong image of war. He thinks that war is something glorious and bloody conflict and he can become a hero easily without any experience in war. Because of that, he has to face many problems during the war. Henry becomes mature after he experiences a process that gives him the ability to overcome his problems. His maturity and his self-realization, finally enables him to accept himself for what he is, including his mistakes as well as his good and heroic deeds.

Keyword : american, fiction, crane, stephen, red, badge, immaturity, maturity

Sumber : http://repository.petra.ac.id/2530/

The speakers’ optimistic attitude towards death in Edgar Allan Poe’s poems, “sonnet to my mother.” “Annabel Lee,” and “for Annie”

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Author : ADELINE, HEIDY

This thesis presents an analysis on the speakers? optimistic attitude towards death as seen through Edgar Allan Poe?s poems, “Sonnet to My Mother, ” Annabel Lee” , and “For Annie.” Edgar Allan Poe inthese poems wants to to reveal the existence of death that cannot be denied. The problem in these three poems is that death brings a separation between the speakers and their lovers. Due to the problem of separation, each of the speakers has an optimistic attitude towards death. The different attitude achieved by the speakers concerning death is related to Edgar Allan Poe?s biography. In order to accomplish the objective of this thesis, I use the theories of figure of speech, concept of attitude, death, and optimism that is related in the analysis. Based on the statement of the problem, the analysis of the thesis is divided into two parts; the speakers` optimistic attitude towards death and the reasons of the speakers` different attitude concerning death based on Edgar Allan Poe?s biography.The first part consists of three sub-titles: the analysis of t h e speaker`s attitude towards death in “Sonnet to My Mother,” the speaker`s attitude towards death in “Annabel Lee, and the last is the speaker?s attitude towards death in “For Annie.I Using some of the literary theories as a method of analysis, I find out that the speakers` attitude towards death is optimistic since each of the speaker believes that death may be able to separate their body but unable to separate their love. They also believe that their lovers always love them as well. Furthermore, by doing a close study on Edgar Allan Poe?s biography and employing the concept of attitude, death, and optimism, it is obvious that the speakers` unusual attitude concerning death is the manifestation of Poe?s personal experience of longing for peace in death.

Keyword : american, poetry, poe, edgar, allan, speakers, annabel, lee, anie

Sumber : http://repository.petra.ac.id/2897/

A study of friendship between the characters of Huckleberry Finn and Jim in Mark Twain’s the adventures of Huckleberry Finn

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Author : SURYAJAYA, OLIVIA

The thesis writer decides to analyze Mark Twain?s The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and chooses the title “A Study of Friendship Between the Characters of Huckleberry Finn and Jim” because the writer is interested in the significance of Huckleberry?s and Jim?s friendship that leads Huck and Jim to their maturity. The writer is curious to find out the Characteristics of the relationship between Huckleberry Finn and Jim, and how their relationship gives significance to their life. The purpose of this thesis is to analyze Huckleberry Finn?s and Jim?s attitude towards their friendship and to discuss the significance of Huckleberry?s and Jim?s friendship which leads Huck and Jim to maturity and understanding of the real friendship. In analyzing the topic the thesis writer uses the theory of characterization, conflict, setting, and friendship as her tools. Huckleberry Finn has an ambivalent attitude towards Jim and the blacks in general. On the one hand, he accepts the Blacks and on the other he also rejects the Blacks. His attitude of rejecting the Blacks is the result of the society?s influence, his friend Tom, and his father Pap Finn who treat the Blacks as a part of property, not as human being. His friendship with Jim opens his mind about the Blacks. Huck finally accepts Jim as his friend after sharing several valuable experiences with Jim. The significance of friendship is proved when Huck

Keyword : american, fiction, twain, mark, adventures, huckleberry, finn

Sumber : http://repository.petra.ac.id/2081/

Magdalena and Susannah’s sexual wound and their struggle to achive sexual healing as seen in Alice Walker’s by the light of my father’s smile

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Author : HENDRAYUWANA, ARIANY

In Patriarchal society female s sexuality has been socially constructed Women are demanded to be submissive and not sexually active. or else they will be condemned. The main female characters of Alice Walker?s By The Light Of My Farther’s Smile, Magdalena and Susannah, also endure the same predicament in dealing with their sexuality. Considering that aspect this thesis examines in what way the patriarchal domination causes both main female characters? sexual wound and the main female characters` struggle to achieve the sexual healing as well as the signficance of the struggle. In order to accomplish the analysis, several theories are used. As a primary tool. literary theories. namely characterization and conflict, are used to reveal the main female characters? characteristics and conflict Moreover. the theory of black feminism and the Literary criticism are used as the secondary tool in analyzing the struggle of the main female characters. By using the theories mentioned above. I am able to reveal that because of their different characteristics. Magdalena and Susannah endure the sexual wound differently. Throughout the analysis. it is found out that despite their different endurance, Magdalena and Susannah must face an equal result from the father?s beating. i.e. Sexual wound. Yet, as Alice Walker?s main female characters, Magdalena and Susannah are not submissively accepting the domination, so they fight against it. Later on, it is perceived that Magdalena and Susannah must undergo different stages to achieve their sexual healing because of their different personality, as well as their different endurance. At the end, their struggle helps themselves to heal their sexual wound Nevertheless, it is also found out that the struggle also has some signficances upon both main female characters as the oppressed, and the father as the oppressor. For Magdalena and Susannah, the struggle and the achievement of sexual healing facilitate them to forgive their father?s mistake. Moreover both sisters are also able to acknowledge themselves as whole women. On the other hand, for the father, in the afterlife, scrutinizng the daughters? struggle helps the father to acknowledge his daughters? value as whole individuals.

Keyword : american, fiction, walker, alice, sexual

Sumber : http://repository.petra.ac.id/2610/

Chris christopherson’s escape from reality in eugene o’neill’s Anna Christie

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Author : , APRILIAWATI

This thesis discusses about Chris Christopherson?s escape from reality in Eugene O?Neill?s Anna Christie. Eugene O?Neill is regarded as an autobiographical author and his life is also reflected in Anna Christie. During his life, he once escapes from reality and he expresses it in Anna Christie. Considering the main character?s problem, Chris Christopherson`s escape from reality, I am wondering to know his reasons to escape from reality and the consequences of his action that he takes. Also, I want to know his way to escape. From my discussion, I want to reveal his reasons, the consequences, and the ways of his escape from reality. To analyse my topic I apply literary approach that is psychoanalytic theory. The basic principle of psychoanalysis is tracing back someone?s past. By using it, I find out that his past greatly influences his personality. His childhood is gloomy for him and he thinks that the sea is the source of his sufferings. This thought develops until he becomes an adult and finally leads him into an escape action. He escapes from reality for several times. The point is he tries to escape from the sea because in his view sea life is very bad and only brings pain. However, his view is completely wrong. He can have a wrong perception about the sea because his system of personality is unable to work harmoniously. His id is mostly dominant in his mind, so he cannot think rationally. As a result, he always blames the sea for the hardships that he had to face. In addition, he even does not find happiness during his escape. His escape brings agony either to his life or other characters? lives.

Keyword : american, drama, o’neill, eugene, anna, christie

Sumber : http://repository.petra.ac.id/3018/

Emily Dickinson’s ideas about death as seen in her eight poems about death

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Author : DEWI, MAYASARI

The thesis writer chooses to analyze the ideas of death because death happens in everyday life, and although there are many studies and beliefs about death, still there are questions left unanswered. The writer is curious to know Emily Dickinson?s ideas about death by analyzing eight of her poems about death. To analyze, the writer uses literary approach and literary devices such as allusion, diction, tone and the figures of speech. Among the figures of speech, the writer uses metaphor, simile, personification, synecdoche, metonymy, symbol, paradox and irony. The thesis discusses the ideas about death in Emily Dickinson?s poems “Dying! Dying in the night!”, “Tie the Strings to my Life, My Lord”, “I heard a fly buzz when I died”, “Because I could not stop for Death”, “This quiet Dust was Gentlemen and Ladies”, “Death is the supple suitor”, “As from the earth the light balloon” and “Death is like the insect”. Each poem is assumed to have some ideas about death. These ideas could be general or new. Based on the analysis, the writer finds that the general idea about death in Emily Dickinson?s poems is that death changes everything into dust. After that, all have no activities. Besides, for the Christians, death is the time to go to the Father?s mansion that Jesus has prepared and it also means immortality. For doubting people, death is terrifying. For them, life after death is mysterious. Also, death itself can be simply the end of life, when human beings become quiet dust and go through everlasting coldness. Meanwhile, one of the new ideas about death which Emily Dickinson shares in eight of her poems about death is, death is kind and civil as a gentleman, and he personally goes toward everybody in a romantic and gentle way as a man courting a woman. Besides, death is also seen as a joyful releasement from life. With a strong faith in God, death is not frightening. It can be seen as a leisurely journey.

Keyword : american, poetry, dickinson, emily, death

Sumber : http://repository.petra.ac.id/2092/

The dreams of the main characters in fight stories in Sherwood Anderson’s Winesburg, Ohio and efforts of their realization

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Author : WIDJAJA, SHIRLY

This thesis is written to analyze the idea of having dreams in human interaction as social being from the eight characters in Winesburg, Ohio Written by Sherwood Anderson. By discussing these characters in this book, the thesis writer observes that all the eight characters have dreams. Therefore, the thesis writer wants to find what their dreams are and how they meet their failure. In order to achieve the purpose in studying the topic, the thesis writer uses literary approach and uses literary tools: characterization and conflict. In the analysis, the thesis writer explains the dream of each character. The thesis writer sees that all characters do efforts in getting what they want; yet they fail. Besides the character traits, their failure is also caused by the people surrounding them, including their own family. Therefore, the analysis is focused on the process how the characters meet their failure. Their failure later lcads them to isolation and loneliness. The thesis writer finds out that some have to suppress their dream, and others have to give up their dream. In short, they have to compromise and adjust to the reality as their lives continue.

Keyword : anderson, sherwood, winesburg, ohio, story, american, realization

Sumber : http://repository.petra.ac.id/2642/

A Study of the different opinion between Carol and the villagers in Gopher Prairie and her process of adapting with them in Sinclair Lewis’ main street

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Author : ERMAWATI, ELLYANA

The thesis is about Sinclair Lewis’ Main Street. It focuses on the major character, Carol, who comes to a small village, Gopher Prairie. There she is dissatisfied with the condition and its people. It makes her has conflicting opinion with the villagers in Gopher Prairie. In this thesis, the writer would like to know what kinds of different opinion I that Carol and the villagers have and also how she adapts her opinion with theirs. The thesis writer finds out that they have different opinion on privacy, money management, humanity, spending leisure time and appreciation of literature and books. She also wants to dig out Carol’s process of adapting with the people’s opinion in Gopher Prairie. In doing the thesis, the thesis writer uses library research. She gathers data from literary critics and literary theory, such as conflict and characterizatior. She also uses important definition, adaptation. Carol finds that their ways of life are different, for example the people there like gossiping while Carol does not. And how to appreciate literature is also different. That is why, she tries to adapt with the people. Firstly by compromising with the villagers. Unfortunately she fails. Secondly she decides to seclude to California and then to Washington. When in Washington, she realizes that the life in a big city is not as beautiful as she thinks. Finally, through a process of adapting, Carol decides to go back to Gopher Prairie. There she tries to understand the people. Even though the people are mind others’ business, they are nice people and care about others. From this thesis, the writer wants to tell the readers that people need time to undergoing the process of adaptation of different way of life.

Keyword : american, fiction, lewis, sinclair, main street, opinion

Sumber : http://repository.petra.ac.id/3105/

A study of the main male characters efforts to attain self-actualization as seen in Edith Wharton’s the age of innocence and ethan frome

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Author : IMELDA, ELSHIN

This thesis primarily deals with the efforts of New land Archer as the main male character in Edith Wharton?s The Age of Innocence and Ethan Frome, the main male character in Edith Wharton?s Ethan Frome, to attain their self-actualization. In analyzing them, I see that they have needs as described by Maslow in his theory of human needs, which place sself-actualization as the highest need. Although they are depicted as men who are in great efforts to exert for their self-actualization, they encounter the same result: they fizzle out in actualizing their individual human potential. For these reasons, I would like to know why the two main male characters fail in achieving their self-actualization. To conduct the analysis, I use literary theories, namely the theory of characterization to analyze the main male characters? attitudes towards the place where they live and also their reactions towards the conflicts that come to them, and also the theory of conflict to find out the obstacles that the two main male characters have to face in attaining their self-actualization. In addition, I also use Maslow?s theory to reveal the needs that the main male characters have to fulfill before they come up to their self-actualization. In the analysis, I analyze each main male character?s efforts to attain self-actualization. Firstly, I analyze the attitudes of the main male characters towards the place where they live. Here, I see that the ability of the main male characters to adjust themselves to the place they live drive them away from self-actualization. Furthermore, I analyze the conflicts that the main male characters have to face and their reactions towards the conflicts. Here, I see that their reactions towards the conflicts also drive them away from their self-actualization. Finally, I conclude that Newland Archer fails to achieve his self-actualization because he cannot adjust himself to the place where he lives. I also conclude that Ethan Frome fails to achieve his self-actualization because he is a dependent person who cannot do anything without the support of other people.

Keyword : american, fiction, wharton, edith, ethan frome, the age of innocence

Sumber : http://repository.petra.ac.id/2103/

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