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Analysis of Soneta Poetry “Senja” by Sanusi Pane
International Journal of Literature and Arts
Volume 8, Issue 5, September 2020, Pages: 277-286
Received: Jul. 28, 2020; Accepted: Aug. 19, 2020; Published: Aug. 27, 2020
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Muhammad Arifin Zaidin, Departement Indonesian Language Education, Open University, Makassar, Indonesia
Patmawati Halim, Departement Indonesian Language Education, Open University, Makassar, Indonesia
Sukirman Nurdjan, Departement Indonesian Language Education, Open University, Makassar, Indonesia
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This study aims to examine the intrinsic elements of integrated Senja Soneta to form a single unit. The structure of poetry is not just a collection of words that stand alone without cohesion or cohesion because the structure is a whole. Soneta is a lyric poetry written in one stanza (verse) which consists of fourteen lines in total. Intrinsic elements of Soneta, namely diction, style of language, imagination, rhythm-rhyme, repetition of sound, and the relationship between sound and meaning. This research is a descriptive study, the research subject, which is the text of "Senja" Soneta, taken from the 3rd collection of puspa mega poetry published by jaya library in 1975 with standard parameters intrinsically unsettled Sonetas, Data source is Soneta "Senja" by Sanusi Pane with the research instrument is the researcher himself. This research uses purposive sampling. This sample was chosen based on certain considerations. Data collection techniques used to reduce data. The results of this study provide that Sanusi Pane's Senate Soneta poetry uses standard variations, personification language style, semile, parallelism, metaphor, visual image, internal sensation, auditory, tactile, quatraining 1 and 2 abba rhymes, adultery 1 and 2 cde rhymes, alliteration, and tones in adultery 1 and 2. are intrinsic elements that are interconnected and form a unity in forming the stylistic Soneta "Senja", the work of Sanusi Pane). The implication is that it can be considered by the Dean of the Teaching and Education Faculty of the Open University so that Indonesian Sonetas become one of the material in literary theory courses.
Analysis, Poetry, Structure, "Senja" Soneta, Sanusi Pane
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Muhammad Arifin Zaidin, Patmawati Halim, Sukirman Nurdjan, Analysis of Soneta Poetry “Senja” by Sanusi Pane, International Journal of Literature and Arts. Vol. 8, No. 5, 2020, pp. 277-286. doi: 10.11648/j.ijla.20200805.13
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