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Humaniora Scientia
ISSN : 23555742     EISSN : -     DOI : -
Core Subject : Humanities, Art,
This journal covers some scopes of language study including linguistics, literature, translation as well as English language teaching (ELT).
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THE PORTRAIT OF FAILURE OF THE BOURGEOISIE IN GUSTAVE FLAUBERT’S MADAME BOVARY Yustisiana, Rr. Arielia
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The research aims to discuss the social class in French society, that is, Bourgeoisie. The objectives of the research are to portray the failure of bourgeoisie in Gustave Flaubert’s Madam Bovary and the effects of the failure of bourgeoisie toward two main characters, Emma Bovary and Charles Bovary. The main theories that are used to analyze the data are Marxism, bourgeoisie and setting. While, the method of the research is descriptive method and library research is used as the technique of collecting data. There are four approaches used, that is, moral and philosophical approach, historical biographical approach, psychological approach and sociological approach. The findings of the research are failure of bourgeoisie when Flaubert mocks the bourgeois class’s pretensions to knowledge and learning and its faith in the power of technologies that it does not completely understand. Emma becomes discontented and rebellious, while Charles is devoted to Emma and ashamed of his downfall.
VIOLATION OF MAXIM OF CONVERSATION IN BILL WATTERSON’S CALVIN AND HOBBES Muladata, Aradeansyah Satria
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This research discusses violation of maxims of conversation in the strip comics entitled Calvin and Hobbes. The comic is a daily serial comic which tells about the main character named Calvin and his imagination tiger doll named Hobbes. The comic provides daily conversations among Calvin, Hobbes and people surrounding him. The research focuses on the kinds of violation of maxim of conversation and the purpose of the violation. Generally, this research is included in descriptive study. The steps in conducting the research are collecting, classifying, and analyzing the data. The entire data of this research are taken from the strip comics entitled Calvin and Hobbes July 1st 2014 to July 31st 2016 edition written by Bill Watterson. Then, the unit of analysis of this research is the whole conversations which represents violation of maxim of conversation. Furthermore, total sampling is applied to obtain the required data. Consequently, the data are analyzed one by one. To analyze the data, referential equivalent method is used to classify the kinds of violated maxim of conversation and pragmatic equivalent method is applied to reveal the purposes. Based on the analysis, the highest violation of maxim of conversation is the violation of maxim of relevance by 11 data. Furthermore, violation of maxim of quality and quantity are in the lowest position by 7 data only. Meanwhile, based on the purpose of the violation of maxims, representatives are the most frequent purpose of the violation by 15 data. Then, directives purpose is the smallest by only 3 data.
BENEATHA'S FEMINISM PERSPECTIVES TOWARD MODERN BLACK WOMEN IN LORRAINE HANSBERRY'S A RAISIN IN THE SUN Saraswati, Ayu Meilani
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This research discusses Beneatha's feminism perspectives toward modern black women. The aims of this research are to find out the Beneatha's feminism perspectives toward modern black women based on Lorraine Hansberry's A Raisin in the Sun and to discover the causes that make Beneatha have different feminism perspectives toward other black women. Library research was conducted to collect the data. The data consist of the ideas related to Beneatha's feminism perspectives toward modern black women in Lorraine Hansberry's A Raisin in the Sun. In addition, the theories used in this research were the theories of feminism, radical feminism, oppression, and gender role. The approaches used are psychological approach, sociological approach, and moral approach. The data analysis shows as follows: Beneatha wants to be equal with the position of the men, willing to be a stronger woman as the result of being oppressed by male supremacy, wants to be different from the other black women, wants to be honored by the man, and confronts the male power. Furthermore, after analyzing those problems, the researcher found that as a woman she has to struggle to get the same right as a man. The woman has to have a bravery to do what she wants.
THE OPPRESSION TOWARD KINO IN JOHN STEINBECK’S THE PEARL Savellina, Debora Levy
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This  research  discusses  the  oppression  that  happens  in  Kino’s  life  and  the  effect  of  its oppression. It focusees on two major purposes: (1) to find out and describe the oppression seen through in John Steinbeck’s The Pearl. (2) to know the effects toward Kino in John Steinbeck’s The Pearl. This research uses written data. The data and the theories are taken from written form and internet browsing. In this study, the researcher uses some theories. They are character, characterization, oppression and ethnicity and race. Furthermore, the approaches which are used are sociological approach and psychological approach. The approaches are applied to determine  the  approach  in  analyzing  the  oppression  and  the  effect  in  The  Pearl.  Library research is applied for the method data collection. The result of the research shows that there are two main oppressions in The Pearl. The first oppression comes from the doctor and the second oppression comes from the pearl buyers. The doctor does not want to treat Kino. It makes Kino frustrated and disappointed with himself. Kino thinks that everything happens in his life is because of his fault. The pearl buyers try to cheat on Kino. They lie to Kino about the pearl to get a lot of money. They think they can buy Kino’s pearl with a low price and sell it with high price. Kino gets angry to people around him and himself. Kino feels disappointed, angry and hate everything in his life. In the end of the story, Kino tries to struggle with any problems which come to his life and always believes that he can overcome it.
IRONY DESCRIBING ABOUT ADULTHOOD ANDCHILDHOODIN EMILY BRONTE'S MILD THE MIST UPON THE HILLS Ardiles, Osiie
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This research aimed to discuss the irony describing childhood and adulthood in Emily Bronte’s “Mild the Mist Upon the Hills”. This research also had a purpose that is to explain the situational irony related to childhood and adulthood in the poem. The theories that were used in this research were the theory of figure of speech and irony. The approaches that were used in this research were formalistic approach and structural approach. Moreover, descriptive method and library research were used to help the writer to find some data needed.This research figured out some situational ironical statements dealing with the speaker’s childhood and adulthood. In this poem, the speaker tried to reveal some ironical situation that she faced in her entire life. How she picturized the future in her childhood was so great, but after some situation, there were some problems that she might face. However, she still could not have solved it yet. Then, it inspired her to write this poem, because she wanted to express what she felt about her ironical situation.
THE CLASS-CONTESTATION IN JANE AUSTEN’S EMMA Setiawan, Eko Budi
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This study discusses a novel entitled Emma written by Jane Austen. Emma portrays the lives of different classes in Victorian society through its characters. This classification of people is due to some factors such as economics, ideology, taste, hegemony and language. Each character in Emma is the representation of the classes exists in the novel.The problem related to the topic of this researchis the class-formation of Victorian Society depicted in Emma. In order to answer the problems, a Marxist theory by Jameson is employed. This theory is applicable in Emma, since the characters are engaged to each other not only based on the economic as a means of production, but also on the ideology, social and cultural aspects.Based on the analysis, the class formation in Emma is not only based on the economics of each character, but also based on the ideology, taste and hegemony, and language. They, altogether, form classes and influence the characters in maintaining their class status. People who possess huge economic base are the representation of the dominant class, whereas the others represent the laboring class. Because of their economic base, Emma Woodhouse and George Knightley could have comfortable lives. Therefore, they are the representation of the dominant class. On the contrary, Miss Bates and Robert Martin have hard lives and they are the representation of the laboring class. Each member of the class tries to climb their status, unexceptionally Emma Woodhouse and George Knightley. They act differently in order to maintain their class status.
CELIE’S CHARACTERISTIC IN ALICE WALKER’S THE COLOR PURPLE Sutriani, Sutriani
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This study is related to the characteristics and character development of the main character in Alice Walker’s The Color Purple, Celie. There are two objectives of the study namely, (1) to find out Celie’s characteristics, (2) to explain Ceie’scharacter development in the novel. It is a descriptive research with the novel The Color Purple as the main source of data. The data were collected through library study and internet browsing. This research made use of the theories of character, characterization, psychology, personality, and personality development. Moreover, sociological and psychological approaches were applied to analyze the data. The data analysis shows as follows: (1) Celie’s characteristics include weakness, patience, obedience, and lovability, (2) Celie’s character development causes Celie to be a cheerful, brave, and hard worker woman.
HARRIETT’S STRUGGLE FROM HATRED TOWARD THE WHITE PEOPLE IN LANGSTON HUGHES’ NOT WITHOUT LAUGHTER Dhoy, Emelinda Oktavia
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This  article discusses Harriett’s struggles from hatred toward the white people in Langston Hughes’ Not Without Laughter. It aims to (1) explain Harriett’s struggles from hatred toward the white people in Langston Hughes’ Not Without Laughter and (2) explain the effects of Harriett’s struggles toward herself. This article focuses on the novel Not Without Laughter as the main source of data. The researcher uses articles and online sources as the references. This article applies four theories.They are theory of feminism, black women struggles, psychology and hatred. In addition, psychological and sociological approach are also used in this article. Library research is applied for data collection technique. The analysis focuses on the Harriett’s struggles from hatred toward the white people in Langston Hughes Not Without Laughter. Langston Hughes in his novel describes about the struggles of black women to equate their position with the white people and free themselves from the segregation and discrimination in the United States. Harriett faces many problems in order to against her hatred toward the white people. Harriett becomes a person who does not believe in God. She oppose her mother’s word, and being an avenger because she really hates the white people. When her mother passes away, Harriett finally regrets her actions. She  promises not to do the same mistakes as she has already done toward the white people. Harriett becomes a responsible woman to her family, and she finally raises up her race to get the same rank as the white people.

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