SURYA ARAFAT, OKTORIO (2009) AN ANALYSIS OF KAHLIL GIBRAN’S LOVE TO SELMA KARAMYIN HIS NOVEL “THE BROKEN WINGS”. Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.
Literature is the human expression. The work of literature is a creative expression that adresses the emotional, spiritual, or intelectual concerns of humanity. It also provides enjoyment and can bring over the readers into its story. Literary work expresses a series of happening of human life such as their problems struggles of life, conflict of life, and love. Here love is the point that is being disscussed. Meanwhile, the problems that are going to be disscussed are; (1) what are the reasons why Kahlil Gibran loves Selma Karamy? (2) what are the types of Kahlil Gibran’s love to Selma Karamy? (3) how is the end of Kahlil Gibran’s love? In performing the analysis, the writer of this thesis used descriptive research because it just interpreted the problem by using reasonable menthod without working with statistics. The technique applied was library research where every relevant document such as books and articles are taken as sources and the data are taken from the novel itself. The approach used in this study is an objective approach. The object of the study was the whole events in Kahlil Gibran novel’s “The Broken Wings”. While the data of this study were dialogues, paragraphs, and quotations related to the statements of the study. Based on this analysis, the reasons why Kahlil Gibran loves Selma Karamy were Selma Karamy’s physical appearances and characteristic. The types of Kahill Gibran’s love were eros love and first love. The last is the end of Kahlil Gibran’s love is a misery ending because Kahlil Gibran can’t marry Selma Karamy. Selma Karamy has become the victim of parent’s wealth. She finally died because of her suffering.
|Item Type:||Thesis (Other)|
|Subjects:||L Education > L Education (General)|
|Divisions:||Faculty of Teacher Training and Education > Department of English|
|Depositing User:||Anggit Aldila|
|Date Deposited:||30 Jun 2012 06:09|
|Last Modified:||30 Jun 2012 06:09|
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