Anggreni, Vera Rusiana (2014) PROJECTION FOUND IN NOVEL SOMETHING FROM TIFFANY’S BY MELLISA HILL. Undergraduate thesis, Universitas Warmadewa.

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The title of this paper is ‘Projection found in novel Something From Tiffany’s’. This paper tries to analyze and discuss about kinds of projection, forms of projecting clause, and how they are projected. The theory applied to support the paper is in a book entitled An Introduction to Functional Grammar written by M.A.K Halliday (1985). The data source is taken from one English novel entitled ‘Something From Tiffany’s’ written by Melisa Hill which was published in 2001. In collecting data I used a library research. In analyzing data I used descriptive method by giving a little explanation and in the presenting data, I used in a formal method by using some sentences to express the problem that were discussed in this paper. Based on the result, it is found two kinds of projection such as report / locution and idea. The report / locution is projected by verbal process and it is marked by verb say, ask, point out and order. The idea is projected by mental process and it is marked only by one verb think. There are three forms of projection such as statement, interrogative and imperative. Seen from the meaning of projecting clause, it can express the meaning as an offer, command and suggestion. In the projecting clause, there are two kinds the way to projected clause, it is called parataxis and hypotaxis.

Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduate)
Uncontrolled Keywords: projection
Subjects: P Language and Literature > PE English
Divisions: Faculty of Letters > English Language and Literature
Depositing User: wija ukir
Date Deposited: 27 May 2016 05:18
Last Modified: 27 May 2016 05:18

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