SYMBOLIC PHASES OF SYMBOL�¢����S MEANING IN FIVE JOHN KEATS�¢���� POEMS

Karismansyah, Utami (2009) SYMBOLIC PHASES OF SYMBOL�¢����S MEANING IN FIVE JOHN KEATS�¢���� POEMS.

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Abstract

This thesis entitled Symbolic Phases of Symbol�¢����s Meaning in Five Selected of John Keats�¢���� Poems is conducted through semiotics points of view. It is adopting from Northrop Frye�¢����s theory about symbol which consists of four symbolic phases and supporting by the other semiotics theories. Besides, the writer also explains and analyzes about symbolic phases of symbolic meaning. All arguments are illustrated with attested data the bulk of them from five John Keats�¢���� poems entitled Lamia, The Eve of Saint Agnes, The Eve of Saint Mark, To the Nile and Lines on the Mermaid Tavern. The method used in this research is descriptive analytic method. The data were collected through reading the poems closely and writing some notes as symbol in the poems. Then the writer attempts to identify and describe the data. Based on the findings and discussions, it is revealed that there are ten symbols that are represented in John Keats�¢���� poems; there are Lamia as a symbol of demonic animal, Son as a symbol of Messiah figure, Lamb as a sacrificial symbol, Sabbath Day as a symbol of Christian and Jewish Holy Day, Fruit of Paradise as a symbol of evanescent, Saint Agnes�¢����s Eve as the sacrificial symbol of Saint Agnes, Chief of Pyramid connects to Pharaoh, Covenantal ark as a symbol of agreement between God and Child of Israel, Muse as a symbol of Goddess of Art and Apollo represent the God of Music.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: S1-Final Project > Fakultas Sastra > Sastra Inggris > 2008
Divisions: Universitas Komputer Indonesia > Fakultas Sastra
Universitas Komputer Indonesia > Fakultas Sastra > Sastra Inggris (S1)
Depositing User: M.Kom Taryana Suryana
Date Deposited: 16 Nov 2016 07:49
Last Modified: 16 Nov 2016 07:49
URI: https://repository.unikom.ac.id/id/eprint/13067

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