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AN ANALYSIS OF BERTIE’S STAMMER IN DAVID SEIDLER’S FILM “THE KING’S SPEECH”

HIDAYATI, ARINA (2012) AN ANALYSIS OF BERTIE’S STAMMER IN DAVID SEIDLER’S FILM “THE KING’S SPEECH”. Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.

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Abstract

Literature is an imaginative art which expresses thoughts and feelings of the human on events around them. Film is one of literary works that give entertainment and information around the world. Film shares many characteristics with drama, but film has capacity to change settings and locations. Those why it was taken as the object of this study. This study focused on Bertie’s stammer in David Seidler’s film “The King’s Speech”. There were three statements of the problems. Those were: 1) Why did Bertie become a stammerer?, 2) what were Bertie’s problems in being the stammerer?, 3) How did Bertie solve his problem?. The object in this study is “The King’s Speech” film in the form of scenes, events, and dialogues which related with the problems of study with Bertie as the main character. Descriptive qualitative research design was choosen in this study because the researcher used document as a source. This study did not need statistic to explore the fact, but analyze the film descriptively. Moreover, objective approach was used because this study analyzes the film without studying civilization, author’s life, or response from the viewers like in other approaches. From this film, the researcher found that Bertie became a stammerer since he was a child, and the causes why Bertie became a stammerer were: he got pressure from his father, his brother often tease him, and he got unfair behavior from his first nanny. When Bertie being a stammerer, he faced some problems, those were: he could not give the speech fluently in front of many people and he felt frustrated because he had to take the place as a king. Then, Bertie tried to solve his problem by following Sir Blandine Bentham’s treatments, but it did not work. Then he followed Lionel’s treatments and asked Lionel to help Bertie in his speech. Bertie could minimize his stammer with his hard efforts. But, it did not apart from Lionel’s help and the support from Bertie’s wife.

Item Type: Thesis (Other)
Subjects: L Education > L Education (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Teacher Training and Education > Department of English Language Education (88203)
Depositing User: Mrs Ruli Alfi
Date Deposited: 09 May 2016 02:47
Last Modified: 09 May 2016 02:47
URI : http://eprints.umm.ac.id/id/eprint/29240

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