ABORSI SEBAGAI UPAYA TOKOH KEELY KELUAR DARI JERAT PATRIARKI DALAM DRAMA KEELY AND DU KARYA JANE MARTIN

Arum, Ayu Fitria Putri Sekar (2010) ABORSI SEBAGAI UPAYA TOKOH KEELY KELUAR DARI JERAT PATRIARKI DALAM DRAMA KEELY AND DU KARYA JANE MARTIN. Undergraduate thesis, University of Diponegoro.

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Abstract

Patriarchal ideology creates gaps between man and woman and makes a woman in a subordinate position. Man is being and woman is the other. Jane Martin’s Keely and Du is one of the dramas in playing many rules of patriarchy and can be seen in real life. The choice of this literary work is based on the breakthroughs of Keely as the main character in the patriarchy circumstances. The questions are how the patriarchy ideology creates a problem to the main character and how the effort of the main character solves the problem. This research aims to explain patriarchy concept in Keely and Du and Keely’s efforts in patriarchy circumstances. The writer uses method of library research to find some data or information related to the analysis. The writer also uses feminism approach dealing with concept of patriarchy and feminism. Woman’s body is the primary object of man’s oppressions. By analyzing Keely and Du, understanding of patriarchy concept dealing with Keely’s efforts to get out of the patriarchy can be achieved. Jane Martin’s Keely and Du describes the differences between the effort of the independent woman who is trapped in the patriarchal ideology and the woman who follows the ideology. The Operation Retrieval (group of like-minded Christian motivated by a belief in the sanctity of life and the rights of unborn children (Martin, 17)) arrested Keely when she walked to abortion clinic. She was raped and violenced by her ex-husband. As long as Keely was arrested, she was taken care by Du. Du as a member of Operation Retrieval. Based on that sentence it can be inferred that Keely is as the independent woman and Du as the woman who follows the ideology of patriarchal.

Item Type:Thesis (Undergraduate)
Subjects:P Language and Literature > PS American literature
Divisions:Faculty of Humanities > Department of English
ID Code:26269
Deposited By:mrs sastra inggris
Deposited On:22 Feb 2011 10:35
Last Modified:22 Feb 2011 10:35

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