TEXT, CONTEXT, AND AUDIENT PERSPECTIVES POETRY BUT NOT WE HAVE DENNY J.A WORKS

Amril Canrhas

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Literary work is a document that records culture throughout time. The record reflects the environment, race, time and the author. Through literary work, human civilization can be studied, human problems, expectations, and anxieties. This paper discusses poetry entitled But Not We Have Deny J.A's work. from the point of view of the text, context and perspective of the audience (audience response). From the point of view of the text, poetry, but not us, has transparent poetry, satire, revealing social issues to issues of national life that are in an alarming condition. Poetry But Not We Have because the transfiguration of the language makes the poetry easy to understand the context and other related texts. As stated in the title, the context of poetry, But Not We Have is the problem of the people, even the state, where the economic centers are no longer controlled by the children of the nation (us: the people), but foreigners or descendants, that is what is said with an expression but not we. The people are in a foreign condition in their country. Poetry But Not We Have after the reading of Palima TNI Gen. Gatot Nurmantyo with audience members of the Golongan Karya party, was seen by audiences as bad poetry criticizing the government. The controversy, using the Hermeneutic Schleirmacher theory, arose because the audience used its perspective: prejudice.

Keywords: Text, Context, Perspective of poetry audience

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