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ELITERATE : Journal of English Linguistics and Literature Studies
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ELITERATE: Journal of English Linguistics and Literature Studies is a professional, double blind peer-reviewed journal that aims to involve scholars not only from Indonesia, but also from all international academic and professional community. The journal provides a platform for different theoretical and thematic approaches to pure English linguistics and applied as well as English literature. We accept only manuscripts written in English. The editors seek manuscripts that develop theoretical, conceptual, or methodological approaches to English linguistics, present results of empirical research that advance the understanding of pure and applied English linguistics, English literature studies, explore innovative policies and programs, and describe and evaluate strategies for future action, analyze issues of current interest related to pure and applied English Linguistics and literature studies.
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IMPLICIT MEANING IN FRANZ KAFKA’S NOVEL“METAMORPHOSIS” Nurul Permata Adinda; Iskandar Iskandar
ELITERATE : Journal of English Linguistics and Literature Studies Vol 1, No 1, April (2021): ELITERATE: Journal of English Linguistics and Literature Studies
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This study aims to determine the implicit meaning in Franz Kafka’s novel “Metamorphosis”. The novel talk about the life of Gregor Samsa as the main character. The story began as Gregor transform into a giant vermin and how the situation change in his family after it happened. Gregor Samsa working as a salesman and provide everything to his family. The researcher will use a qualitative method because this study aims to identify the implicit meaning in the novella “Metamorphosis” by Franz Kafka. This research will use an 'descriptive' as the approach that the meaning of events, actions, and expressions is not taken as 'given' or 'self-explanatory', but requires contextual interpretation. The findings in this study reveal that the true meaning in the novel Metamorphosis is a symbol of Kafka's life that describe into Gregor’s life. Gregor failed to conform his needs and his suffering from his mental during the rest of his life. Gregor’s self assessment as a disgusting animal stems from the reality that he stuck and suffer in his human body. The assumsions of Gregor’s life comes because he trapped in his difficult times and failed to be an independent human. It can be conclude that, there are various types of implicit meaning based on every situation, the writer also conclude that there are two main meaning in this nover, the first one is the literal meaning and the second one is the actual meaning.
SPEECH ACT OF SUSI PUDJIASTUTI IN FORMING PERSONAL BRANDING Nurannisa Azzahrah; Yunitari Mustikawati
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The aim of this research is to determine the types and the functions of Speech Act by Susi Pudjiastuti in forming personal branding in public. This study uses a descriptive method based on the Searle’s theory on Illocutionary speech act. The data is taken from Pudjiastuti Speeches on Understanding Indonesia’s Marine Police: Economic and Security Challenges (2015) and World should unite agains illegal fishing (2018). The result of this research indicate that all the types ofillocutionary act. They are Representatives, Directives, Commissives, Expressives, and Declarations. The functions of speech act used by Susi Pudjiastuti are Representatives functions such as statements of fact, assertions, conclusions, and descriptions. Directive acts, namely commands, orders, requests, ask, and suggestions. Commissive function to do something to some future with uses action, they are promising, threatening, offering, refusing, and pledging. Expressive function such as thanking, congratulating, pardoning, blambing, praising, and condoling and the last is Declaratives functions such as resigning, dismissing, christening, naming, appointing, excommunicating, sentencing. By explaining the speech acts used Pudjiastuti in forming personal branding, it can be concluded that speech actsare very important in forming personal branding, both formally and informally.
THE SCHIZOPHRENIA OF JACK TORRANCE’S CHARACTER PORTRAYED IN“THE SHINING” MOVIE BY STANLEY KUBRICK Weldina Yusfa; Sahril Nur; Abdullah Abdullah
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The Shining is a movie directed by Stanley Kubrick in 1980 with duration 2 hours 26 minutes. The story presented Jack Torrance as a man who dislikes authority. He moved to an isolated hotel with his wife and his son in Colorado over the winter, hoping to improve and cure his poor writing. As the days passed, he began showed the symptoms of schizophrenia and attempt to kill his family. This research aims to analyze the symptoms, the kinds, and the impacts of schizophrenia of the main character (Jack Torrance) in “The Shining” movie using psychological approach based on the theory of Kraepelin and American Psychiatric Association. The researcher analyzed the data using descriptive qualitative method and the result of this research showed that the Jack Torrance experienced positive symptoms, negative symptoms, and cognitive symptoms. But the most dominant symptoms were positive symptoms since he had experienced many hallucinations and delusions. There are several types of schizophrenia experienced by Jack Torrance, including schizophrenic simplex, schizophrenic hebephrenic, schizophrenic catatonic and schizophrenic paranoid. Moreover, the most dominant types of schizophrenia that Jack Torrance experienced is paranoid schizophrenia since he showed so many hallucinations, emotional, and serious expression in the movie. Lastly, the impacts of schizophrenia experienced by Jack Torrance are ignoring family, relationship conflicts, familial conflicts, and inability to work.
VERBAL HUMOR IN HOLOLIVE ENGLISH SELECTED CLIPS BEST OF HOLOLIVE EN - OCTOBER Muhammad Maulidya Firjatullah; La Sunra; Riola Haya Nur
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The purpose of this study, Verbal Humor in Hololive English Selected Clips Best of Hololive EN – October, was to examine the art of verbal humor. As a first step, the researchers sought to determine what sorts of humour were used by viewers in the Best of Hololive EN - October. Another goal was to use GTVH to linguistically analyze the verbal comedy in Hololive English Selected Clips Best of Hololive EN - October. Hololive English Selected Clips Best of Hololive EN - October was used as a starting point for examining the many sorts of linguistic humor. Hololive English Selected Clips Best of Hololive EN - October linguistically analyzed verbal comedy, the second objective. The research was primarily concerned with the intricacies of human behavior. Document or content analysis was used to acquire the information needed for the investigation. Humans were the primary source of data in this study. For the first study topic, we used Shade (1996)'s verbal humour categorisation, while for the second, we used Attardo's GTVH (1994). The investigation yielded a number of discoveries. In Hololive English Selected Clips Best of Hololive EN – October, there were 21 verbal humours that fit into 9 of the 12 categories. Seven jokes were collected out of a total of 21 pieces of verbal comedy that featured inside the study's subject. After parody, pun, irony, tall tale, sarcasm, riddle, satire, and farce, the second-highest appearance was pun 4. GTVH's six Knowledge Resoures (KRS): Script Opposition, Logical Mechanism, Situation, Target (TA), Narrative Strategy (NS), and Language were used to analyze the verbal humour detected (LA). An investigation of verbal humor was carried out in a hierarchical manner, beginning with its most fundamental component.
A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF NARRATIVE STRUCTURE IN THE NOVEL AND FILM “THE JUNGLE BOOK" Muhammad Hidayat; Sukardi Weda
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The aim of this research is to find out the narrative structure occurred in “The Jungle Book Novel 1894” and “The Jungle Book Film 2016” using the Caroline Denton (2007) Narrative Structure theory and Comparative Literature approach based on aspects of the narrative structure. This research used descriptive qualitative research in order to describe the aspects and its characteristics that are related to the topic. Using the Caroline Denton’s theory, the researcher used categorize the narrative structures in The Jungle Book Film 2016 and The Jungle Book Novel 1894 based 5 aspects. The researcher will also compare the narrative structures with the aspects of film in order to classify the narrative structures in two literary works to find the differences and similarities. The result of this study indicates that there are 13 similarities and 17 differences found in these two literary works based on Setting, Characters, Conflict, Climax, and Resolution aspects of narrative structure. 22 narrative structures are captured in The Jungle Book Film 2016 and 23 narrative structures are captured in The Jungle Book Novel 1894. As a conclusion for this research, the researcher is able to identify the narrative structure and compare them.
AN ANALYSIS OF DIRECT AND INDIRECT SPEECH ACTS BETWEEN THE MAIN CHARACTERS IN “WHITE CHICKS” FILM Oviya Talitha Salsabila; Murni Mahmud
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This findings of the study title is “An Analysis of Direct and Indirect Speech Acts between the Main Characters in ‘White Chicks’ Film” In analyzing this film used theory by Austin (1975) based on speech acts aspects. This research used descriptive qualitative research in order to describe the aspects and its characteristics that are related to the topic. Using the Austin’s theory, the researcher was to find out the relationship between the main characters. The researcher was categorized the characteristic among the characters based of several aspects from Austin theory of speech acts. The results of this study indicates that there is 1 aspect to maintain the relationship between the main characters. They are 11 typical characteristics based on speech acts theory from Austin. Based on the results of this research, the researcher able to classify the characteristic among the characters.

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