Jekyll And Mr Hyde

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DIRECTIVE ILLOCUTIONARY ACTS FOUND IN THE NOVEL THE STRANGE CASE OF DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE BY ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON NI LUH AYU TRISNA PERMATASARI 1518351072 ENGLISH DEPARTMENT FACULTY OF ARTS UDAYANA UNIVERSITY 2018 CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of The study Language is the characteristic form of human behavior. The fundamental purpose of using a language is for communication. Simply, communication described as an activity of transferring information from the sender to the receiver. Not only for transferring information, it also use as a tool to express feeling, and exchange the ideas and experiences to other people. Communication cannot be separated from our lives. When people do communication, there are sentences…show more content…
To appreciate them, we have to understand or to comprehend and enjoy in other words we can judge the value of the literary works. In order to understand and enjoy the literary works, someone should read them again and again, try to understand them, then analyze or judge the value of them then communicate the result of judgment to others. Novel cannot be separated from our daily lives, it gives a pleasure and enlightens when we read it, and the sentences which is marked by quotation marks in the novel is the written form of the dialogues in the movie. The utterances found in the novel were used as the data to analyze the directives illocutionary acts. The title of the novel is The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. It is interesting to discuss about the meaning of the utterance that produced by the speaker according to the context of situation. 1.1. Problems of The Study Based on the explanation above, the illocutionary acts found in the novel The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde will be the interesting topic to be analyzed. There are some problems that can be stated as follows: a. What the Directive Illocutionary Acts found in the Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde novel? b. What are the meanings of the Illocutionary Acts the Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde novel? 1.2. Aims of The
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