THE PORTRAYAL OF MARGINALISED PEOPLE IN AHMAD TOHARI’S SHORT STORIES: A MIMETIC STUDY

RIZKY, LUTFIE FAHRIZAL (2020) THE PORTRAYAL OF MARGINALISED PEOPLE IN AHMAD TOHARI’S SHORT STORIES: A MIMETIC STUDY. Bachelor thesis, UNIVERSITAS MUHAMMADIYAH PURWOKERTO.

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Abstract

Rizky, Lutfie Fahrizal. 2020: The Portrayal of Marginalised People in Ahmad Tohari’s Short Stories: A Mimetic Study. The thesis for fulfilling Sarjana Sastra degree, English Literature, Faculty of Letters, Universitas Muhammadiyah Purwokerto. Ahmad Tohari is a noted author from Banyumas by appointing the life of middlelow class people into the works. One of his works is Kind-Looking Eyes, the English version of Mata yang Enak Dipandang. This research aims to analyse marginalisation reflected in the book by applying all short stories. The data taken is primary data and secondary data. Primary data is derived from the Kind-Looking Eyes short stories collection and analysed by M.H. Abrams mimetic approach. Secondary data is taken from books, journals, and internet sources. According to Singharoy, marginalisation is categorised into four types: economic marginalisation, social marginalisation, political marginalisation, and religious marginalisation. According to Khan, Combaz, and McAslan Fraser: women marginalisation and religious marginalisation are groups of marginalisation. The finding, in economic marginalisation: dependence, justifying the means, losing dignity, the victim of egoism, expulsion, having debt, and indifference. In women marginalisation: stigmatisation, menace, and pressure. In social marginalisation: disability, stress, and mockery. In political marginalisation: intimidation and powerlessness. The last is religious marginalisation.

Item Type: Thesis (Bachelor)
Uncontrolled Keywords: marginalisation, low-middle class people, Ahmad Tohari
Subjects: P Language and Literature > PR English literature
Divisions: Fakultas Sastra dan Komunikasi > Sastra Inggris S1
Depositing User: wulan
Date Deposited: 21 Jun 2022 01:15
Last Modified: 21 Jun 2022 01:15
URI: http://repository.ump.ac.id/id/eprint/12054

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