NARRATIVE DISCOURSE: HYBRID CONSTRUCTION AND DOUBLED VOICE IN EUDORA WELTY’S THE OPTIMIST’S DAUGHTER

I. M., Hendrarti (2012) NARRATIVE DISCOURSE: HYBRID CONSTRUCTION AND DOUBLED VOICE IN EUDORA WELTY’S THE OPTIMIST’S DAUGHTER. In: International Seminar Language Maintenance and Shift II. ISSN: 2088-6799, 5-6 Juli 2012, Hotel Pandanaran Semarang.

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Abstract

This paper deals with Bakhtinian concept of hybrid construction in The Optimist’s Daughter, a seriocomic novel written by Eudora Welty (1973). According to Bakhtin, literary language is stratified and “heteroglot.” The heteroglosia refers to the multiplicity of social voices in the discourse of the novel. In other words, Bakhtin says that the novel is an orchestration of the diversity of social speech, which is sometimes also the diversity of languages, and “the diversity of individual voices is artistically organized. The diversity of voices manifests in the pseudo-objective motivation and the double voice.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Speech)
Subjects:P Language and Literature > P Philology. Linguistics
Divisions:Postgraduate Program > Master Program in Linguistic
ID Code:37405
Deposited By:Mr Ahlis Ahwan
Deposited On:30 Nov 2012 15:26
Last Modified:30 Nov 2012 15:26

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