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Puji dan syukur penulis panjatkan ke Hadirat Tuhan yang Maha Esa karena berkat dan karunia serta limpahan-Nya yang amat besar sehingga penulis dapat menyelesaikan “Kutipan Ayat-Ayat Air Mata ” Buku ANTOLOGI PUISI ini dengan baik. Penulis juga sangat bersyukur karena dalam penyelesaiannya penulis tidak mendapat kendala yang begitu berarti.

28 Tahun 2014 tentang Hak Cipta Ketentuan Pidana Pasal 113 (1) Setiap orang
yang dengan tanpa hak melakukan pelanggaran hak ekonomi sebagaimana
dimaksud dalam Pasal 9 ayat (1) huruf i untuk Penggunaan Secara Komersial ...

Antropologi Sastra Lisan

Perspektif, Teori, dan Praktik Pengkajian

Sastra lisan itu menjadi tonggak awal ketika orang mengenal sastra. Awal sastra lisan dari mulut ke telinga. Realitas sastra lisan ini, memiliki keunikan tersendiri. Terlebih lagi bila memahami sastra lisan dari kacamata antropologi. Antropologi sastra lisan memandang bahwa sastra lisan menjadi sebuah etnografi kehidupan. Di dalamnya terdapat tambang emas kehidupan. Maka menikmati sastra lisan itu, ibarat sedang makan sayur gudeg, penuh kelezatan. Penuh kedahsyatan estetis dan artistik. Kunci pemahaman antropologi sastra lisan adalah penguasaan perspektif. Perspektif yang ditawarkan amat beragam, antara lain new historicism, interpretif, hegemoni, evolusionisme, mimikri, ekokultural, antropologi pendidikan, sosiokultural, dan sebagainya. Yang lebih penting lagi, buku ini hendak membuka mata ke depan. Ternyata dari sisi antropologi sastra lisan dapat menelusuri psikoterapi sastra lisan, etnografi sastra lisan, pewarisan peradaban, getaran eksotik, keanehan sastra lisan, dan sebagainya.Sastra lisan juga berkaitan dengan ihwal politik, ekologi, folklore, tradisi lisan, wayang, dan lain-lain. Yang dipentingkan, melalui buku ini pembaca akan diajak seolah-olah bertamasya, mengkontektualisasi makna sastra lisan.

Realitas sastra lisan ini, memiliki keunikan tersendiri. Terlebih lagi bila memahami sastra lisan dari kacamata antropologi. Antropologi sastra lisan memandang bahwa sastra lisan menjadi sebuah etnografi kehidupan.

Hemispheric American Studies

This landmark collection brings together a range of exciting new comparative work in the burgeoning field of hemispheric studies. Scholars working in the fields of Latin American studies, Asian American studies, American studies, American literature, African Diaspora studies, and comparative literature address the urgent question of how scholars might reframe disciplinary boundaries within the broad area of what is generally called American studies. The essays take as their starting points such questions as: What happens to American literary, political, historical, and cultural studies if we recognize the interdependency of nation-state developments throughout all the Americas? What happens if we recognize the nation as historically evolving and contingent rather than already formed? Finally, what happens if the "fixed" borders of a nation are recognized not only as historically produced political constructs but also as component parts of a deeper, more multilayered series of national and indigenous histories? With essays that examine stamps, cartoons, novels, film, art, music, travel documents, and governmental publications, Hemispheric American Studies seeks to excavate the complex cultural history of texts and discourses across the ever-changing and stratified geopolitical and cultural fields that collectively comprise the American hemisphere. This collection promises to chart new directions in American literary and cultural studies.

American studies / edited by Caroline F. Levander and Robert S. Levine. p. cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 978-0-8135- 222-5 ...

Historical Dictionary of Latin American Literature and Theater

The Historical Dictionary of Latin American Literature and Theater provides users with an accessible single-volume reference tool covering Portuguese-speaking Brazil and the 16 Spanish-speaking countries of continental Latin America (Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, and Venezuela). Entries for authors, from the early colonial period to the present, give succinct biographical data and an account of the author's literary production, with particular attention to their most prominent works and where they belong in literary history.

Dictionary entries are in alphabetical order and follow current practices in library
cataloging. Last names in Spanish and Portuguese customarily have more than
one part and include the last names of both parents. Some authors, whether in ...

Anglo-Saxon England:

Place-names, charters, coins and manuscripts are among the forms of evidence studied in this second volume. The topics range from the course of English settlement in the south-east to the power and influence of a leading aristocratic family in the tenth century and the possible presence of Jews in England in the eleventh. An important liturgical manuscript, the Bosworth Psalter, is more securely localized; the exemplars of the Vercelli Book and its probable area of origin are clarified. Several motifs in Old English literature are elucidated, and the influence of Christian doctrine on the poetry is considered in a survey of scholarly opinion and in a lively discussion on Beowulf. Bede's achievements as a scholar and teacher are examined 1300 years after his birth. The bibliography, noting all contributions to Anglo-Saxon studies in 1972, continues the annual series begun in volume 1.

Place-names, charters, coins and manuscripts are among the forms of evidence studied in this second volume.

Anglo-American Feminist Challenges to the Rhetorical Traditions

Virginia Woolf, Mary Daly, Adrienne Rich

In this lucid and innovative work, Krista Ratcliffe successfully extrapolates rhetorical theories from three feminist writers not generally thought of as rhetoricians. Ratcliffe's skillful use of her methodology demonstrates a new model for examining women's texts. Her work situates Woolf's, Daly's, and Rich's feminist theories of rhetoric within current conversations about feminist pedagogies, particularly the interweavings of critical thinking, reading, and writing. Ratcliffe concludes with an application to teaching. This well-reasoned and convincing study will appeal to a widely varied audience: women in rhetoric and composition who feel that traditional theories do not speak to them; teachers of rhetorical history who want to explore gender concepts; composition teachers who want to become more aware of gender differences and pedagogical strategies to accommodate these differences; literary theorists and speech communication scholars who wish to track new methodologies for examining gender concerns; women's studies scholars who want to continue the examination of how language constructs and reflects patriarchy; and other students and scholars who simply are interested in theories of rhetoric, feminism, and pedagogy.

Their concerns about women, language, and writing, however, can be (re)read
as Anglo-American feminist theories of rhetoric that challenge the
genderblindness of more traditional histories, theories, and pedagogies. To
emphasize how ...

How to Make It as a Woman

Collective Biographical History from Victoria to the Present

How to Make It as a Woman outlines the history of prosopography or group biography, focusing on the all-female collections that took hold in nineteenth-century Britain and America. The queens, nurses, writers, reformers, adventurers, even assassins in these collective female biographies served as models to guide the moral development of young women. But often these famous historical women presented untrustworthy examples. Beginning in the fifteenth century with Christine de Pizan, Alison Booth traces the long tradition of this genre, investigating the varied types and stories most often grouped together in illustrated books designed for entertainment and instruction. She claims that these group biographies have been instrumental in constructing modern subjectivities as well as relations among classes, races, and nations. From Joan of Arc to Virginia Woolf, Booth examines a host of models of womanhood—both bad and good. Incorporating a bibliography that includes more than 900 all-female collections published in English between 1830 and 1940, Booth uses collective biographies to decode the varied advice on how to make it as a woman.

Presenting Models of Womanhood Worthy lives make self-improving reading. As
Thomas Salter advised in A Mirrhor mete for all Mothers, Matrones, and Maidens
(1579): “You shall never repeate the vertuous lives of any such Ladies as, ...

Toni Morrison's Developing Class Consciousness

Toni Morrison scholars as well as those interested in the creative process will be excited about a new feature that appears in this second edition of this book: a sampling of Toni Morrison's creative process. In Part Two of this critical work, the author spotlights some of the autobiographical kernels that appear in each of Morrison's novels. Part One offers a comprehensive study of Morrison's novels, demonstrating that each one is a thematic and structural offshoot of the preceding one, evidencing a pattern of growth in Morrison's consciousness of the exploitation and oppression of all people of African descent and of her commitment to struggle for a solution. The Bluest Eye investigates the effects of racism on African female children. Sula explores avenues of self-fulfillment, but in the process ignores the collective that nurtures her. Song of Solomon reveals Morrison's increased awareness of the impact of historical and current events on the nation-class oppression of African people. Tar Baby offers evidence of Morrison's awareness that capitalism is the primary enemy of African people. Beloved proposes the only viable solution if African people are to be truly liberated: coll

A Sampling of the "Bits and Pieces" of Toni Morrison's Life Experiences in Her
Works: In Her Own Words Introduction In THE 1991 EDITION OF THIS WORK, I
ATTEMPTED TO EXPLAIN THE writing process in connection with Toni Morrison.

May 68 in French Fiction and Film

Rethinking Society, Rethinking Representation

May 1968 and its aftermath constitute a watershed in contemporary French history. France was brought to a standstill as over 10 million went on strike, factories and campuses were occupied, and pitched battles were fought on the streets of Paris between riot police and students. Its roots were many and varied, its consequences equally diverse, but the slogans and images of May - utopia and spectacle, pure politics and pure play - gained mythic status as founding texts of a new cultural politics. This is the first book-length study of May 68 in French fiction and film. Eight texts, including works by Beauvoir, Cardinal, Godard, and Kristeva, are chosen to present major features of May and its aftermath, and to highlight the importance of language, image, and spectacle in the cultural and intellectual history of an extraordinary event.

As Le Chagrin et la pitie, a four-hour long television documentary on the
Occupation made in 1868, took its place alongside Modiano's La Place de 1'
etoile l 1 8681 . the cement holding together the post- 1 864 Gaullist model of the
historical ...