ASALAMUALAIKUM WR . WB
The Traveler and The Four Young Man
Grup II :
•Yogi munandar
•Kaswan Hermawan
•Indra Galuh A.L
THE TRAVELER AND THE FOUR YOUNG MAN
uthor : Harold Courlander
heme : Dishonestly
PLOT
xposition: The four young men saw a traveler who was traveling
from one city to another and had stopped in their vill...
limax : When the traveler told his improbable
adventure story to the four young men, and they felt shocked to hear
that st...
alling Action : The four young tricksters couldn’t say a word. They
were in a hopeless position. If they declared his stor...
esolution: The old traveler tied their belongings into a bundle, threw
them over his shoulder and resumed his journey, lea...
CHARACTER AND SETTING
Character
• The traveler : Smart and patient
• The first young men : careless and crafty
• The secon...
POINT OF VIEW AND MASSAGE
oint of view
This story the author uses “. The third persons point of view“
Message
We should be...
LANGUAGE STYLE
Cultural Context ;
a. Once there were four young men who passed their time creating the most far-
fetched ...
FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE AND LINK TO THE REAL
LIFE
Figurative languange
Alliteration : most far-fetched and incredible tales.
...
SUMMARY
This story tell about a society life. It tell a traveler who met the four
young men. They were very tricky. They w...
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Exploring Prose review - The Traveler and The Four Young Men semester 5

  1. 1. ASALAMUALAIKUM WR . WB The Traveler and The Four Young Man Grup II : •Yogi munandar •Kaswan Hermawan •Indra Galuh A.L
  2. 2. THE TRAVELER AND THE FOUR YOUNG MAN uthor : Harold Courlander heme : Dishonestly
  3. 3. PLOT xposition: The four young men saw a traveler who was traveling from one city to another and had stopped in their village for rest and a meal. ising Action : The Four young men was envy to the traveler, because he wore an expensive clothes. They try to get his clothes and they would challenge him to a contest. Each one would tell an improbable adventure and, if any man doubted the truth of any story, that man would become the slave of the storyteller.
  4. 4. limax : When the traveler told his improbable adventure story to the four young men, and they felt shocked to hear that story, and they thought the traveler will be a winner of the contest.
  5. 5. alling Action : The four young tricksters couldn’t say a word. They were in a hopeless position. If they declared his story to be true they were admitting to being his runaway servants. If they said the story was false they would lose the contest and become his slaves anyway. They hung their heads in silence.
  6. 6. esolution: The old traveler tied their belongings into a bundle, threw them over his shoulder and resumed his journey, leaving the four young men standing naked and bewildered in the village shop and the last the traveler become a winner .
  7. 7. CHARACTER AND SETTING Character • The traveler : Smart and patient • The first young men : careless and crafty • The second young men : careless and crafty • The third young men : careless and crafty • The fourth young men : careless and crafty • the head of the village : Wise Setting • Where: in the village shop ( the place where someone get rest and meal ) • When : in the midday.
  8. 8. POINT OF VIEW AND MASSAGE oint of view This story the author uses “. The third persons point of view“ Message We should be always honest in every situation and keep respect to everyone especially to old men. And also don’t ever try to trick to others.
  9. 9. LANGUAGE STYLE Cultural Context ; a. Once there were four young men who passed their time creating the most far- fetched and incredible tales. ( something impossible ) b. leaving the four young men standing naked and bewildered in the village shop ( a place for get rest and meal / food) c. Before I was even born my mother asked my father to pick her some plums from the tree in front of their house ( a type of fruit , usually dark-red or purple with a stone in the centre)
  10. 10. FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE AND LINK TO THE REAL LIFE Figurative languange Alliteration : most far-fetched and incredible tales. Link to the real life We should keep honest and always respect to everyone, especially to old men.
  11. 11. SUMMARY This story tell about a society life. It tell a traveler who met the four young men. They were very tricky. They want to get traveler clothes because he wore an expensive clothes by the wrong way. They tried to trick the traveler. They would challenge him to a contest. Each one would tell an improbable adventure and, if any man doubted the truth of any story, that man would become the slave of the storyteller. But, in fact the traveler is smarter than what they have thought before. The end of the story the traveler won the contest and leaved the Four young to continue his journey.

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