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|Title:||An analysis of discrimination racism in invisible man Novel by Ralph Ellison using sociological literature|
|Publisher:||Jakarta: Fakultas Adab Dan Humaniora UIN Syarif Hidayatullah, 2006|
|Series/Report no.:||02-1539;1539 BSI a|
|Abstract:||ABSTRACT Widyana. An Analysis Discrimination Racism in "Invisible Man" novel by Ralph Ellison using Sociological Literature. Strata I degree. English Department Faculty of Adab and Humanities Syarif Hidayatullah State Islanlic University Jakarta, 2006 The objective of this study is to know the relationship between the stories in the novel of Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison, and the social life African-American, and the discrimination between white people and black people at the same time. This novel describes social protest by African-American to the government of America and white American in the I930s. The author explored and gave a picture about social condition, discrimination, and pressure experienced by African-American in the South. This study applied qualitative method with the descriptive analysis where the data are analyzed. Its unit analysis was examined by the theory of sociological literature by Hippolyte Taine. This study discussed racial history of African-American represented in novel of Invisible Man. It tells the events racial discrimination and the condition life experienced by black people of America in twentieth century. Knowing all about that more detail, the Wliter combined the important points in the novel, namely the intrinsic of novel and the occurrence of African-American society in twentieth century. After that, the writer tried to look for the relation of racial history of AfricanAmerican in that period. Finally, the writer found the theme of novel. After collecting and analyzing the data, the writer concluded that this novel is a view personal author, Ralph Ellison. Every character and the event in this novel is talking about personal author of fact life from his past memory like pressure, race discrimination from white people. And, black people always have different rights as American citizens comparing with white people.|
|Description:||vii, 62 p.|
|Appears in Collections:||Skripsi|
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