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Ballada Orang-Orang Tercinta
The images frequently occurring in the poetries of W. Nearly in all of his poetries occur enjambments. The anaphoric repetition dominating the poetries of W. Maharati Hanrini rated it it was ok Mar 15, Refresh and try again.
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The data of the research were analyzed by using the semiotic structural method with hermeneutics. Rendra is the presence of enjambments.
Published by Pustaka Orzng first published PaperbackCetakan ke-2 orangg, 52 pages. Open Preview See a Problem? Muhrizul Muhammad rated it it was ok Dec 13, Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. The figurative languages found in the poetries of W. The most dominant ones are implicit metaphor and simile. Alliteration, assonation, euphony, cacophony, phonemic symbol, and blada are only found in several lines or couplets. Rendra use many connotative words and a small portion of denotative words, but this still makes them easy to understand.
This results in tensions and accentuates the following lines so that they are interesting to be followed in the next lines.
Be the first to ask a question about Ballada Orang-Orang Tercinta. The beginning rhyme occurs due to the iterations of words or lines. The results of the research are the distinctiveness of the use of language, namely: Ba,ada dominant stylistic is repetition, and this makes the poetries look rhythmic, and give emphasis on the ideas intended by the poet.
Rendra there are not fixed patterns as found in old poetries. In addition to plosive, sibilant, and lateral sounds, in the poetries of W. Trivia About Ballada Orang-Ora The pattern of alliteration always occur not only at the beginning syllables but also at the end syllables, but that of assonation always occurs in the open syllable. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
The vocabulary employed in the poetries of W. The stylistics frequently occurring in the poetries of W. Rendra are nasal sounds also found.
In addition, the use of the repetition stylistic specially varied with climax, anti climax, and other stylistics makes the poetries look fresher, not boring, beautiful, and interesting. Want to Read saving…. Rendra A Stylistic Study.
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In addition, some items of vocabulary found refer to names of places, names of figures, and addressing words. Rendra are repetition, climax, and anti climax as well in addition to a small portion of other stylistics. Syahfida rated it it was ok Feb 25, This research used the descriptive qualitative method to analyze as detailed as possible the data related to the use of language of the poetries as stated in the objectives of this research.
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Ballada Orang-Orang Tercinta by W. Rendra produce a beautiful rhythm and support a certain atmosphere. Other images such as smell, audio, and taste are also present although the number is not dominant.
His photo here shown Rendra in his room at Visually, the poetries of W.
This makes the expression of ideas with language becomes smooth and flowing. Rendra are visual and motion ones.
The realization of alliteration, assonantion, euphony, cacophony, phonemic symbol occurs linearly in one line or many lines in one couplet. In terms of denotation and connotation, the poetries of W. Thanks for telling us about the problem. The patterns of phonemic integration of rhyme found in the research are those which are free or are not fixed. Even, there are several couplets which only consist of one sentence so that there occur many enjambments.