Discrepancy content of Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Al-Kabir's Alice fi Biladi Al-Ajaib

Surur, Misbahus, Ukhrowiyah, Robi'atul and Anzani, Efri (2023) Discrepancy content of Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Al-Kabir's Alice fi Biladi Al-Ajaib. Presented at The 4th Annual International Conference on Language, Literature and Media (AICOLLIM 2022), 21-22 Sep 2022, Malang, Indonesia.

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The writing of literary works cannot be separated from the text that influenced it. The relationships that influence each other are called intertextual. The intertextual approach has the view that a text cannot stand alone, since the text is a mosaic of quotations from other texts. This qualitative study aimed to determine the differences and the characteristic in the story content of “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” novel by Lewis Carroll and “Alice fi Biladi Al-Ajaib” children’s story by Abdullah Al-Kabir based on the intertextual theory of Julia Kristeva. As a result: (1) There are some discrepancies in several supporting characters, setting of place, and plot at the end of the story, and (2) the characteristics possessed by the children's story Alice fi Biladi Al-Ajaib by Abdullah Al-Kabir is a detailed depiction of the character of Alice, while the characteristics in the novel Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll is a form of story writing classified based on chapters. Chapters are given titles according to the main events in the story.

Item Type: Conference (Paper)
Keywords: discrepancy; intertextuality; intrinsic element; novel
Subjects: 20 LANGUAGE, COMMUNICATION AND CULTURE > 2005 Literary Studies > 200524 Comparative Literature Studies
Divisions: Faculty of Humanities > Department of Arabic Language and Letters
Depositing User: Misbahus Surur
Date Deposited: 12 Apr 2023 09:21


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