AN ANALYSIS OF ALLYSON’S ACCIDENT IN DANNIELE STEEL’S NOVEL " ACCIDENT"

Laksmandari, Rarik (2006) AN ANALYSIS OF ALLYSON’S ACCIDENT IN DANNIELE STEEL’S NOVEL " ACCIDENT". Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.

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Abstract

Literature is a kind of art in variety formings. Literature presents the author’s skill in writing that represents an analysis, enjoyment, and finally get an appreciation from the reader after reading it. The reader also gains information from it because most of the lessons come from the revealing of the phenomena and fact which happens in daily life. As in the novel “ACCIDENT” written by Danielle Steel that analyzed by the researcher in which the novel discuss about Allyson’s accident that involved with alcohol and youth, where we can take lessons from it and use it to anticipate the same trouble as the character has in the novel. The researcher of this thesis chooses “ACCIDENT“ novel written by Danielle Steel to be analyzed because it is easy to understand and interesting to be analyzed. Dealing with this analysis, the researcher presents three problems, they are; (1) The accident which is experienced by Allyson, (2) The causes of Allyson’s accident, (3) The effects of accident to Allyson’s life. This analysis applies a discriptive method, because she wants to describe the real condition that exists in the object she is investigated. And the approach of this analysis is an objective approach. Based on the data analysis the researcher finds the result of the study which is experienced by Allyson that is a traffic accident that kills the driver in Golden Gate Bridge at Saturday night on April in her first dating. The causes of Allyson’s accident are; (1) The alcoholic influence on Laura Hutchinson, (2) Phillip’s carelessness in driving his car. And there are three effects of the accident to Allyson’s life. The first is, physical effects that involved paralysis or paresis in Allyson’s part of body, Allyson suffered from Aphasia, and Allyson suffered from Agnosia. The second is that, social effect that involved Allyson’s difficulty in communicating her mind with other people because of her Aphasia disease and the last is, psychological effect that involved her sadness.

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: 18 Jul 2012 02:29
Last Modified: 18 Jul 2012 02:29
URI: http://eprints.umm.ac.id/id/eprint/12297

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