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AMBIGUITY- POETRY 3_Presentation Introduction To Literature (ITL)

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Presentation Introduction To Literature (ITL) at 4th semester by Elmy and Erlina Widiyantari .. wish it will be useful

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AMBIGUITY- POETRY 3_Presentation Introduction To Literature (ITL)

  1. 1. Assalammualaikum Wr.Wb POETRY 3 PRESENTED BY : ELMY SRN.1101120644 ERLINA WIDIYANTARI SRN. 1101120645
  2. 2. AMBIGUITY Definition of Ambiguity Ambiguity means that what a thing is, is not clear. Literally, the word refers to a choice between two different things. In the proper sense it should mean “two different meanings” because “ambi” comes from the Greek word for “two”. We see things happen, and then we decide what they mean. If we cannot decide what is going on, the event is ambiguous. This is an extension of the original use of the word.
  3. 3. EXAMPLES OF AMBIGUITY  Immigration. Should the nation’s borders be sealed, or should we try to maintain this country as a land of asylum and opportunity? What information, such as wars, genocides or human rights violations in other countries should factor in at any given time?  Abortion. Should people have the choice of whether or not to continue a pregnanc y? What factors should be considered? Why should such factors make a difference?  Suicide and Euthanasia. Should people have the choice of whether or not to continue their own lives? What factors should be considered? Why should such factors make a difference?  Rigid Reaction: The right answer is A, here’s the evidence and that’s the way it is. Anyone who disagrees is just wrong. If you aren’t with us, you’re against us.  Abdicating Reaction: I can see how some think A is best and how others think B is best. Maybe they’re all right, I don’t know. I don’t really have an opinion.  Tolerant Response: I think A is the best solution, though I admit it isn’t ideal. It won’t be resolved anytime soon. In the meantime, it’s interesting to hear other points-of -view and to share mine.
  4. 4. Example 2: Religion  Rigid Reaction: Ours is the only true religion/spiritual practice. Many others think their religion is the one, and that’s sad because it’s not the case.  Abdicating Reaction: Religion is just a way to fulfill a need for belonging. I’ve tried lots of them  Tolerant Response: I’m a proud member of my religion/spiritual practice. It feels nourishing and uplifting to me, but I know it doesn’t feel that way to everyone.
  5. 5. Example 3. Personal Choice    • A high school senior is offered a prestigious but unpaid internship for the summer in New York, but he chooses to work for minimum wage with his friends at an auto body shop. • A woman decides to stay with the boyfriend who crashed her car and refuses to admit he was buzzed or to pay for the damage. • A 56 -year -old man marries a 25-year -old woman.
  6. 6. STYLISTIC a. Definition of Stylistic Stylistics is the study of style. Just as style can be viewed in several ways, so there are several different stylistic approaches. This variety in stylistics is due to the main influences of Linguistics and Literary Criticism
  7. 7. b. Kinds of Stylistic  Metonymy Example : "the crown or throne for a king or the bench for the judicial system.”  Personification Example : "My love is like a red, red rose"  Irony takes many forms. Example : e.g., "nature wept" or "the wind whispered many truths to me".
  8. 8. ABSTRACT Desmond Morris,English writer and zoologist who applies his knowledge of animal behavior to human beings. Since 1968 he has been a full-time writer, but he maintains an office in the Department of Zoology, Oxford University. He is very well-known as the author of The Naked Ape (1961), a study of the human animal. The book is an unabashed look at the human species, notable for its focus on humanity's animal-like qualities and our similarity with apes, and for explaining human behavior as largely evolved to meet the challenges of prehistoric life as a hunter-gatherer. His other kooks include: The Human Zoo (1969) and Manwatching: A Field Guide to Human Behaviors (1977).“Barrier Signals” is a complete section from Manwatching.
  9. 9. CONCLUSION Poetry is a form of composition that is bound by rhyme, Rithmah, or the number of rows and is characterized by a dense language. By his time, distinguished poetry poems old and new poems. Poetry is a form of composition that is bound by rhyme, Rithmah, or the number of rows and is characterized by a dense language. According to his own time, a long poetry divided into poetry and poetry in it new. that where there is ambiguity and Stylistic.
  10. 10. THAT’S ALL FROM US,.. We are so sorry if we have many mistake,.. We apologize to you and we hope you forgive us .. For the last ... WABILLAHITAUFIK WALHIDAYAH .., Wassalam ...wr ...wb...  

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