The Killer Of Parakang Summary

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After discovering relationships between elements in the above-mentioned five characteristics that recognized the existence of a magical world in the real world. Next is to determine whether this work included the work of magical realism or not the work of magical realism is the way to determine the level of relations between these elements by looking at the function of the structure elements. But not only had the findings of the relationships among the elements used to calculate the levels, but the views of the whole structure of the story and its function in the short story The Killer of Parakang. The structure of the story in question is the overall narrate in the novel, how the real world and the magical world
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Based on the events, stories The Killer of Parakang have four events that have a tendency to magical strong among the events emergence parakang which were first discovered by Tutu, the events of the death Daeng Manrawa at night emergence parakang, events disappearance of dogs parakang, and events kidnapped Lebang with spells performed by the Rangka. Meanwhile, there are three events that tend to be realists the emergence Lebang event in front of the house Rangka, events corn harvest festival in the village Borongtammatea, and the events of the night watch of the youth village from attack parakang. Based on the tendency of the events above, the levels stronger than the levels of magical realism. However, there are also events between (magical realism) the events of death Daeng Manrawa induced parakang (unsettling doubts), the birth of Tutu (unsettling doubt), and the events of the death of the mother Rangka (unsettling doubts). So the story 's magical realism levels based on the strategy of the event can be said is still quite strong. Based on the levels of the characters and events tendencies that exist in the short story works Krishna Pabichara the Killer of Parakang can be said to have magical levels and levels of magical realism that is equally
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