Pandangan Dunia Pengarang dalam Novel Mellow Yellow Drama Karya Audrey Yu Jia Hui: Kajian Strukturalisme Genetik

Victhor Fernando • Widyatmike Gede Mulawarman • Alfian Rokhmansyah
Journal article Ilmu Budaya • January 2018 Indonesia

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Abstract

This research aimed to describe the structural elements and to know the author's worldview in Audrey's Mellow Yellow Drama. This is a sociology literature research that used genetic structuralism theory. This research used descriptive qualitative approach. To get the data and result, the researcher used the reading technique, note technique, and library technique. Data analyzing technic that used in this research is dialectic models. The result of this research as bellows. First, the structural elements of Audrey's Mellow Yellow Drama consisted of intrinsic elements and extrinsic elements. The intrinsic elements consisted of plot, character, setting, the point of view, and theme. The plot in this novel in mixing plot. The main character is Audrey and the additional character are Papa and Mama. Most of the setting in the Surabaya and Virginia. The time of the story is in Audrey's childhood, 98 disturbances, Audrey's college life in abroad, and when Audrey came back to Indonesia. The social setting in this novel such as there is monopoly system in the government at that time, the discrimination towards the Tionghoa society, and the bullying towards the prodigy child because they are different. This novel used the first-person point of view. The theme in this novel is social and ego dimension state. The extrinsic elements of Audrey's Mellow Yellow Drama that explained in this research such as there is a connection between historical background which conditioning the social view in the story. Second, the author's worldview in Audrey's Mellow Yellow Drama is humanism view, existentialism view, nationalism view, and religiosity view.

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