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Title: An analysis of lexical cohesion on john cheever’s the five-forty eight
Authors: Nurul Ulya
Advisors: Alfi Syahriyani
Keywords: lexical cohesion;unity;coherence;short story
Issue Date: 12-Apr-2017
Publisher: Fakultas Adab dan Humaniora
Abstract: The research has two purposes, i.e. to know the kinds of lexical cohesions and to explain how lexical cohesions make the narrative text, The Five-Forty Eight, coherent. The data is taken from an anthology of John Cheever‘s short stories, The Stories of John Cheever. The research uses qualitative method. The story is analyzed using cohesion theory by Michael Halliday and Ruqaiya Hasan. The result of the research shows that all lexical cohesion types, repetition, synonymy, antonymy, meronymy, hyponymy and collocation, are found in the text. Based on the analysis, the lexical cohesive ties in the text construct the unity as well as the context in the text. In other words, the lexical cohesion makes the text function in which it is embedded. It can be said that the lexical cohesions create the coherence of the text.
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