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Full Text PDF (83 kb). Jurnal Pendidikan Bahasa Indonesia Vol 5, No 1 (): Januari - Juni GAYA BAHASA NOVEL SANG PEMIMPI. Novel in terdiri dari empat seri yaitu: Laskar Pelangi, Sang Pemimpi, Endersor, . of requirement in order to complete my education in D-III English Department. UNSUR INTRINSIK NOVEL SANG PEMIMPI KARYA ANDREA HIRATA SEBAGAI The PDF file you selected should load here if your Web browser has a PDF.

Preview Incredible. That impression is implied after reading the second book of the tetralogy Laskar Pelangi by Andrea Hirata this. Storyline and style that presented it can be packaged so nicely from beginning to end. In terms of intrinsic, the novel is arguably almost flawless. Because in any event, Andrea cleverly describes the characteristics and descriptions are so strong in each character. So the reader can easily interpret the direction of the story. His language was very alluring, with spiced richness of language and a vast imagination.

This novel has a wealth of languages at once regularity in Indonesian language. Beginning of scientific terms, metaphorical humor, until Malay dialect and literature scattered along the page. At first, this story is more nuanced comical with the background of juvenile delinquency in general. Laughter of a typical high school student is very thick. But rather in exploring the meaning of each word for word, so strong terasalah characters that appear in each and every character.

Especially when Andrea takes us into the reality of life that must be faced figure who curls his dream seemed to have reached the point of absurdity, and with re-evoke the sensation Andrea philosophical spirit torch achieve a dream and emphasize so much the power of dreams curls that could eventually drove him to the Sorbonne, the city his dream. Or the label may turn into a device of mimic or pantomime- some mannerism, gesture, or saying as in the Charles Dickens, English novelist , recurs whiners the characters reappears, serving as emblematic accompaniment Generally, there are two kinds of characters in the novel, they are main character and peripheral character Rizky Amalia: By reading a novel, the readers usually face several characters that appear in the story.

But each character has different rolled. Based on the role and level of importance. There is an essential character being appeared continuously. So, it seems to dominate the story which called main characters central characters. Main characters are the characters that are emphasized in the novel.

A main character appears in most of the story, either as subject or object. In certain novel, main characters always appear in almost each event and can be found in each page of novel.

On the other hand, there are characters that appear once or something in the story, and maybe relatively in short portion, which is called peripheral character. Peripheral characters is the characters that is supported the main characters and held an important role to the story of a novel. Protagonist is the character that is admired by the reader, popularly he is called as a hero because he always does ideal role and the rules and the values in society.

The readers often identify themselves with this character, give sympathy and emphasis, and involve themselves in this character emotionally. But of course, those Rizky Amalia: In other hand, novel not only needs characters, story and plot, but also setting. Setting usually directs to the definition of place, connection of time and social environment where the event happens. Setting gives the basic of story correctly and clear. The setting is important to give realistic impression to the readers, created a certain situation at a glanced is really happened.

So, the readers feel easier to create their imagination and participation to criticize the story. The use of setting which certain name should reflect the geographical condition of place. Each place must have their characteristic, which differentiate with the others.

The description of the place is important to give impression to the readers, because they will consider that the events are really happened in the place of the story. Setting of time is related to the problem of when the event happens in a story. The problem of when is usually connected with factual time, that has connection with Historical events. The readers try to understand and enjoy the story based on the period. Social setting directs to the problem which are related to the behavior of social life in certain place and certain time in a novel.

Social setting has connection with the system of social life that contains many problems in complex scope; it can be habits, costumes, religion, ideology, and the way of thinking. Plot is important element of fiction or literary work; even most of the readers consider it as the important element among the other element of a novel, such as characterization, theme, point and point of view.

Stanton stated that plot is the story that consists of events order, but each event is connected by causality, Nurgyantoro, Burhan. Meanwhile, Kenny stated that plot is the events shown in a story, which are arranged according to causality. The existence of the plot it self depends on three essential elements; event, conflict, and climax. Event can be meant by a change of one situation to the other. Conflict is a dramatic thing, directed to competition between two balanced powers and show action — reaction.

Event and conflict usually have a close relation. They can cause each other, actually conflict is event. There are certain events that can be happened as the result of conflict happened. According to Stanton, climax happens when the conflict had reached level of the highest intensity, and it can be avoided. It means that climax must be happened because it is the meeting point between two or more situations, which are contrary and it decide how the problem will be solved, Nurgyantoro, Burhan.

Therefore there are earlier event, next event and the last Rizky Amalia: However, plot in a novel seldom serves events order chronologically and harmoniously, but it can be started and ended by any event.

So, that the first step can be in the beginning of the story or text, and it also can be wherever the authors want.

According to Tasrif, there are five steps in a plot; the introduction step is the opening of the story, giving earlier information, which is useful for the base of the base of the next step. Second, the step of generating circumstances begins when the conflict happened at the first time and it will develop or being developed its intensity. Third, the step of rising action is conflict that happened in previous step will become more developing and become developed intensity.

The external and internal conflicts, contras among the interest, problem, and characters which tend to climax, cannot be avoided anymore. Forth, step of climax when conflict and contras that happened to the characters reached culminating point. The main characters as subject and object of conflict will realize the climax. A long fiction maybe has more than one climax. The last step is the denouement, it is the step which conflict and contras reached climax, which has being solved and made clear.

Point of view is one of the elements in a novel which classified as literary device by Stanton. However it does not mean that the role of viewpoint will influence the story. It is the way or perception which is used by the author as a device to appear character, action and many kinds of event, which form the story in a fiction to the reader. So, point of view truthfully is the strategy, or technique that is chosen by the author intentionally to tell his idea and the story. Point of view is the technique that is used by the author to find and tell the meaning of his artistic works to the readers.

The authors expect that the reader can accept his technique. Point of view has psychological connection to the readers. The readers need clear perception about the viewpoint. The readers understanding of a novel will be influence by a clear point of view. Point of view is not only considered as the way of dramatic, but also considered as serving thematic definition.

Because a novel offers values, attitude, and live perception through point of view. Ikal, the main charcter. Lintang, is a son of a fisherman, he goes to school by bicycle. Mahar, young man of great talent. Sahara, the only girl student in Muhammadiyah School, best friend of Harun. Trapani, the young boy who only lives with his mother 6.

Borek, the students who always disturbs his friend 7. Kucai, the chairman of the class. A Kiong, the only Chinese student in this school 9.

Syahdan, the man who desires to be an actor. A Malay Belitong kid. He is the son of miner worker. He is a dreamer. He school in Muhammadiyah School, he always keeps spirit in his study. He also has a desires to be a writer. In Muhammadiyah School he has many friends one of his best friends is Lintang, he also admires Lintang because of his cleverness as quoted bellow: Anak pengumpul kerang ini pintar sekali.

Matanya menyala-nyala memancerka intelegensi, keingintahuan menguasai dirinya seperti orang kesurupan. Andrea Hirata, Since he meets that girl he always wants to downloads some chalk everyday in order to meets his girl. Whereas before he meets the girl, he hates his assignment to downloads some chalk.

As quoted bellow: He always sends poems to A-Ling, but he is not longer to know A- Ling because that girl moving to Jakarta, with her aunt as quoted bellow: Nanti dia terbang naik peswat pukul 9.

Ia harus menemani bibinya yang sekarang hidup sendiri, ia juga bias mendapat sekolah yang bagus disana And he starts to forget A-Ling and change his interest to Endersor, a village in England as quoted bellow: He also writes some book and recommends it to the publisher.

He has a nephew that always entertains him in his busy time, her name is Eryn Resvaldya Novella, and she is a smart, religious beautiful and kind person, as quoted bellow: Hanya Eryn Resvaldya Novella satu-satunya hiburan dalam hidupku.

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Ia cerdas, agamais, cantik dan baik hati. Dia berusia 21 tahun belakangan ini aku memanggilnya Awarde… Andrea Hirata, One day he accompanies Eryn to do a research in Bangka Island near from his village. And he very happy to accompanies her, because he can comeback to his village. In Belitong he meets Lintang, A- kiong that has change his religious view and married with Sahara, Harun, Kucai, Syahdan, and he shocks when he knows the condition of Trapani, Trapani had a Mother Complex.

A smart little boy, the son of the fisherman, he comes from poor family.

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His father must bearer 14 children. He comes from Tanjong Kelumpang beside the other his house is very far, he must drives his bicycle until 80 of kilometers. He is the proud in the school, his friends proud of him. He makes Muhammadiyah school wakes up from weakness. He afraids of the crocodile, if he go to school there are many big crocodile across the street, so he must waits until the crocodile move from the street.

He just lives in a little shelter, with his family. There only six things in that house that is: He just can learn after the mid night because his house is very noisy, difficult to find a quiet place.

For him, learning is an entertainment that makes him forget all of his life difficulties. He is the diamond in Muhammadiyah School, he is the inspiration for his friends. He can answer all the question, event, the difficult question that even Ms. Mus not attend to the class, he explains something new that can add their knowledge.

He also teaches his friend with patience. He also interests and always found something new. He always gets the first rank in his school. He always appreciates his friends, never show off to his friend, he desires to be a mathematician. If it is become true, he will be the first Malay Mathematician, really a great desire. He makes his school win a contest and brings some appreciation to his school. He also succees to makes his school famous, and because of him Muhammadiyah School be the first village school that win the contest, and he loose the student Rizky Amalia: But what a pity when in junior high school, his father dies, as the first son he must works to living his family.

So that he must leaves his school.

Bodenga provided me with my firs t life lesson on premonitions. For me, he symbolized all things related to the f eeling of sadness. His face was scarred with craters and he was in his forties. He covered himself with coconut leaves and slept under a palm t ree, curled up like a squirrel for two days and two nights at a time. When he wa s hungry, he dove down into the abandoned well at the old police station, all th e way to the bottom, caught some eels, and ate them while he was still in the w ater.

Bodenga was a free creature. He was like the wind. No one knew where he came from. His ears could not hear because one day he dove into the Linggang River to fetch some tin and dove so deep that his ears bled. And then, he was deaf. Nowadays Bodenga was like a lone piece of driftwood. People say he sacrificed his leg in order to acquire more crocodile magi c.

His father was a famous crocodile shaman. As Islam flowed into the villages, people began to shun Bodenga and his father because they refused to stop worship ping crocodiles as gods. His father died by wrapping himself from head to toe in jawi roots and throwing himself into the Mirang River. He deliberately fed his body to the ferocious cro codiles of the river. Now Bodenga spends most of his time staring into the currents of the Mira ng River, all alone and far into the night.

Th ey had caught a crocodile that had attacked a woman washing clothes in the Ma nggar River. Its big m outh was propped open with a piece of firewood. When they split its stomach in half, they found hair, clothes and a necklace.

He sat down cross-legge d be- side the crocodile. His face was deathly pale. He pitifully pleaded for th e people to stop butchering the animal. They took the firewood out of its mouth and backed off.

They also understood that for Bodenga, this w as the crocodile his father had turned into because one of its legs was missin g. Bodenga cried. It was an agonizing, mournful sound. Some wept with choking sobs. Bodenga and the incident of that evening created a blueprint of compassion and s adness in my subconscious.

Perhaps I was too young to witness such a painful tra gedy. In the years to come, whenever I was faced with heart- wrenching situatio ns, Bodenga came into my senses. That evening, Bodenga truly taught me about premo- nitions. And for the first ti me, I learned that fate could treat humankind very terribly, and that love could be so blind. Nevertheless, he never missed a day of school.

He pedaled 80 kilom eters roundtrip every day. Thinking about his daily jour- ney made me cringe. Dur- ing the rainy season, chest -deep waters flooded the roads. When faced with a road that had turned into a ri ver, Lintang left his bicycle under a tree on higher ground, wrapped his shirt, pants and books in a plastic bag, bit the bag, plunged into the water, and swam toward school as fast as he could to avoid being attacked by a crocodile. Because there was no clock at his house, Lintang re- lied on a natural clock.

On e time, he rushed through his morning prayer because the cock had already crowed. He finished his prayer and immediately pedaled off to school. Halfway through his journey, in the middle of the forest, he became suspicious because the air w as still very cold, it was still pitch black, and the forest was strangely quiet.

There were no bird songs calling out to the dawn. Lintang realized that the co ck had crowed early, and it was actually still midnight. He pushed the bike about a dozen kilometers by hand. By the time he got to the school, we were getting ready to head home.

The last l esson that day was music class. It was a slow and so mber song: For you, our country, we promise For you, our country, we serve For you, our country, we are devoted You, country, are our body and soul We were stunned to hear him sing so soulfully. After he sang the song, he pushed his bike back home, all 40 kil ometers. His father now thought of the decision to send Lintang to school as the right on e. He hoped th at one day Lintang could send his five younger siblings—each born one year after t he other—to school and also free them from the cycle of poverty.

When Lintang was in first grade, he once asked his father for help with a homewo rk question about simple multiplica- tion. How much is four ti mes four?

He gazed wistfully through the windo w at the wide South China Sea, thinking very hard. The pine tree man ran at top speed as swift as a deer to ask for help from people at the village office. Not much later, like a flash of lightning, he slipped back into the house and was suddenly standing attentively before his so n. He felt a pang in his heart, a pang t hat made him make a promise to himself, I have to be an intelligent person.

Instead, he sat on the bar that connects the saddle to the handlebars. The tips of his toes barely reached the pedals.

Every day he moved slowly and bounced up and down greatly over the steel bar as he bit his lip to gather his strength to fight the wind. The house was a shack on stilts, in ca se the sea rose too high. The roof was made of sago palm leaves and the walls we re meranti tree bark. Anything happening in the shack could be seen from outside because the bark walls were already dozens of years old and were cracked and br oken like mud in the dry sea- son.

None of the windows or doors locked. They tied the frames shut at night with cheap twine. Their skin w as so wrinkly you could grab it in handfuls. Each day, the four grandparents be nt over a winnowing tray to pick maggots out of their third-class rice, the onl y kind they could afford.

They spent hours on that arduous task—the rice was that putrid. He was a man making a living by selling his bodily power. Lintang could only study late at night. Because the house was so crowded, it w as difficult to find an empty space, and they had to share the oil lantern.

He immersed himself in each se ntence he read. He was seduced by the eloquent writings of scholars. He gasped when he fou nd out that gravity can bend light.

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He was amazed by the roving objects of the skies in the dark corners of the universe that may have only been visited by th e thoughts of Nicolaus Copernicus. When he reached the chapters on geometry, Lintang smiled cheerfully because his logic so easily followed math- ematical simulations of various dimensions and sp ace.

He quickly mastered the extraordinarily complicated tetrahe- dral decompos ition, direction axioms and the Pythagorean theorems. This material was way beyo nd his age and edu- cation, but he mused over the fascinating information. Each number and letter squirmed about and then lit up, transforming into f ireflies buzzing around him and then penetrating his mind. He had no idea that a t that mo- ment the spirits of the pioneers of geometry were grinning at him.

Co pernicus, Lucretius and Isaac Newton were sit- ting down beside him. In a very s mall, narrow shack of a very poor Malay family on the edge of nowhere far off on the seashore, a natural genius was born. The next day at school, Lintang was puzzled to see us confused about a three-dig it coordinate exercise.

What are these village kids so confused about? Just as stupidity often goes unrealized, some people are often unaware that the y have been chosen, destined by God to be betrothed to knowledge. One problem after another struck our school. For years, financial difficulty w as our constant companion, day in and day out.

Plus, people always assumed our school would collapse within a matter of weeks. However, we were able to hold on, thanks to the winds of determination blown our way every day by Bu Mus and Pak Harfan. We came to see school as the best thing that could have happened to us—it was much better than be- coming coolies, coconu t graters, shepherds, pepper pickers or shop guards.

The difficulties came in waves, but we never took even one step back—in fact we be came more immune. Yet there was no ordeal as difficult as this one. An old DKW motorbike with a sputtering exhaust pipe slid toward our school. Uh -oh. The driver of the DKW was an older man with thick glasses and a tiny body, his f orehead broad and shiny.

The pulsing veins on his brow gave the impression that he often forced his agenda upon others. The fact is, people who are used to repr oaching others usually lose their grasp on good manners. He was famous for his i nability to compromise. One word from his mouth and an entire school could be sh ut down. The si ght of his glasses made all the teachers in Belitong tremble.

He was, none other than Mister Samadikun—the School Superintendent. Mister Samadikun was not happy when that happened. Those officials repeatedly pushed for our school to be banished from the face of this earth.

With one kick I could bring them down. Sugar palm milk usually came as a bribe from teach- ers who wan ted to be promoted to principal or transferred out of isolated areas, or for the ir school to be deemed a model school. So Mister Samadikun created an elegant and diplo- matic condition to shut down o ur school. The condition was ten students, a condition dramatically fulfilled b y Ha- run at the last minute. Mister Samadikun was extremely irked by our school , and especially by Harun.

In other words, we were extra work for him. In that case, Mister Samadikun was right. To make matters worse, she was by herself. Pak Harfan had been out sick for the past month. The traditional healer said he was sick because his lungs inhaled low-quality chalk dust for dozens of years.

Mister Samadikun peeked into the classroom.

As soon as he saw the completely emp ty glass display case, a belit- tling expression came across his face, as he was used to seeing achievement trophies in the display cases at other schools.Harun pointed at Trapani again.

With all its lack, Ikal and Arai can look after firmness and everlastingly prohibition gives up on his way. She shifted her gaze over to Harun.

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