Markheim Character Analysis

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CHAPTER I
INTRODUCTION

1.1 Background of The Study
Literature is one of the interesting subjects to be studied. A person or an author could express their feelings by literature. There are some definitions of Literature that could make the readers easily to understand about literature. According to Klarer (2004:1) that in most cases, literature is referred to as the entirety of written expression, with the restriction that not every written document can be categorized as literature in the more exact sense of the word. The definitions, therefore, usually include additional adjectives such as aesthetic or artistic to distinguish literary works from texts such as newspapers, scientific textbooks, magazines, legal documents, brochures, and so on.
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How is Markheim character described in terms of three dimensions?

1.3 Aims of The Study
The aims of the study based on the problems formulated above are as follows:
1. To identify and analyze the method of characterization that used by the author to describe Markheim character.
2. To analyze Markheim character described in terms of three dimensions.

1.4. Scope of The Study
Every analysis needs limitation in order to make the analysis focus and not to go far from what is going to be discussed. To avoid the ambiguity, the writer make the limitation in this analysis into a specific cope, so it can be easier to be understood by the reader. The writer limits her analysis only discuss about the characterization of Markheim character in Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde and other stories.
1.5 Method of The Study
To conduct a scientific writing, it is necessary to follow a systematic way and scientific procedures to achieve a valid result. The research method used in this study can be divided into three parts; they are (1) data source, (2) method and technique of collecting data, (3) method of technique of analyzing data and (4) method and technique of presenting analysis which is explained further in the following
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