A Descriptive Study on Idioms with Magical Terminology in “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix”

2 Januari 2008 pukul 20.38 | Ditulis dalam Uncategorized | 19 Komentar

Yah, hanya sekedar memenuhi janji untuk membagikan Skripsi saya.

Abstract:

Fadhillah, Haris
A Descriptive Study on Idioms with Magical Terminology in J.K. Rowling’s “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix”
– University of Lambung Mangkurat, Banjarmasin – Indonesia
The main aims of this study were to clearly describe the idioms with magical terminology in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, to show the result of comparison between real idioms and idioms with magical terminology in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, and to describe the functions of the idioms with magical terminology in building the story of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. It shows the result of analysis done in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, focused on the idioms with Magical terminology occurred in the novel.

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix is a part of a series fantasy novel written by J.K. Rowling. Although some previous study has been done to the novel, they only focused on the literature and the cultural aspects of the novel. In the other hand, this study was trying to observe the novel from the linguistics perspective.

Idioms have been used in the novel Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix as an integral part of the story. Rowling modified the common English idioms by changing some words with other words  that has magical feature. For example, the idiom crying over the spilt milk was changed into crying over the spilt potion in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix.

This study describes the use of the idioms and the meaning according to the magical words that perform it. The result shows the idioms with magical terminology have functions to brought the reader to believe that the world of magic does exist as they even has own language (idioms) and culture.

Keywords: idioms, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, English language, literature, linguistics

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  1. PERTAMAXXXXX!!

    Wedew… *lirik oom antok*

  2. Hmm… Nanti skripsina ada yg bajak loh..😆

  3. edyun..skripsi dibagi2..sip..sip..

  4. nunggu komen amed aja deh…:mrgreen:

  5. Skripsi yang kerennnn..

  6. jadi udah kelar??:mrgreen:

  7. waduh, pake bhs british

    ada nggak versi indonesianya?

  8. liat komentar cK,😆
    tunggu dua temen homok kuliahnya komen dulu ah…..

  9. this is the first, and the only one English book that fadil ever read.

    and He bought it from Hacker…

    Ho ho ho

  10. kan dah pernah diupload ke blogmu ini sebelumnya, dil? versi pdf kan dulu itu?
    eh, aku ikutan book challenge. ikutan yukkk… buka link multiply ku yah!

  11. -baca abstrak-
    aduuuh… jadi pusing. yuk, baca buku fiksi lagi yyuuukkk🙂

  12. *Lirik komen Chika & Mbak Ira*
    Ahem…
    Enaknya sih saya komen… Tapi kok ndak tega yaa?

  13. #amed
    komen aja Mas…
    tunjukkan kehebatanmu…:mrgreen:

  14. sungguh, sampe detik ini, saya belum bisa juga ngerti tesis ini, jangankan ngerti, untuk ngebaca saja saya kesulitan😀

  15. @ rozenesia
    Kenapa kata ‘skripsi’ sekarang identik dengan ‘antobilang’??

    @ Praditya

    Memang buat dibajak mas

    @ stey

    Lah, kalau ga dibagi-bagi, sia-sia dunk kerjaan saya dua(!) tahun

    @ yayank cK, itikkecil, farid, amed, chiw
    😆

    @ anna

    Persis kaya orangnya

    @ caplang

    Udah lama lagee

    @ M Shodiq Mustika

    Kalau bisa dipersulit, kenapa harus dipermudah pak?:mrgreen:

    @ mina

    Bener min, dulu saya link di komentar salah satu postingan saja

    @ warmorning

    Makanya, sukseskan wajib belajar 9 tahun!

  16. MASI BISA KIRIMIN CONTOH SKRIPSINYA? HE.HE

  17. Thank you bangeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet

  18. Thank you

  19. hmmm thx for the inspiration,i need help😦


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