Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Selamat Datang Semester Genap 2016/2017

Selamat datang semester genap 2016/2017 bagi para mahasiswa FIB Prodi S1 Sastra Inggris dan D3 Bahasa Inggris, Universitas Jenderal Soedirman. Semester ini saya mengampu mata kuliah sebagai berikut:
1. Prodi S1 Sastra Inggris:
    a. Introduction to Literature  : Senin, 13.00-14.40
    b. Prose                                 : Selasa, 13.00-14.40
2. Prodi D3 Bahasa Inggris      : Creative Writing, Rabu, 14.40-16.30.
Selanjutnya saya akan menggunakan blog ini sebagai media interaksi pembelajaran....


Sunday, February 28, 2016

Kaligua Run



Minggu, 28 Februari 2016-07.15 adalah run ke sekian mengikuti kegiatan hiking di Purwokerto Hash House Harriers dengan lokasi Agrowisata Kaligua di Bumiayu. Disambut cuaca yang mendung dengan sedikit hujan, kembali lagi aku menikmati indahnya alam dan segarnya udara pegunungan yg tidak bisa aku dapatkan di Purwokerto. Inilah kesempatan bagi paru-paru, otak, dan seluruh tubuhku untuk ikut menikmati anugrah Allah yang maha besar ini. 
Hamparan tanaman teh yg menghijau seluas mata memandang menyejukkan mata yang sudah terlalu lelah melihat kepadatan dan keramaian suasana kota. Hembusan angin yang sejuk dan menyegarkan, bau daun-daun teh yang khas, kicauan burung-burung liar, senyuman ramah dan ikhlas dari para ibu-ibu pemetik teh, semuanya menjadi untaian memori yang indah yang tidak akan mudah terlupakan. Alhamdulillah.....Allahu akbar.....hanya itu yg bisa terucap dalam hati atas semua kesempatan dan anugrah ini.....

Saturday, February 27, 2016

Welcome to my blog...again in 2016

Setelah sekian lama terlupakan, akhirnya saya kembali lagi "menghidupkan" blog saya ini. Semoga blog ini bisa bermanfaat bagi siapapun yang membacanya.

Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Book Report 3: The Legend of Sleepy Hollow

THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW
By Washington Irving
Submitted by :
Arif Yasir S
Aulia Eka Y
Pitha P


SUMMARY

One day Crane was sent by a judge of Municipal Watch House of New York to Sleepy Hollow to investigate a case which already taken 3 death victims whose heads had been beheaded within 2 week. Crane was assigned to look for the murdener.
Arriving in Sleepy Hollow, Crane stayed in Mr.Baltus Van Tassel's house.
He was the richest man in Sleepy Hollow. He had a daughter named Katrina. Crane was making up his room when he was asked to see Mr.Van Tassel down stairs. There, Mr.Van Tassel introduced himti his associates who were the elders of Sleepy Hollow. The gentlements were Thomas Lancaster,a doctor; Steenwyck,a priest;Samuel Philipse,a judge and James Hardenbrook,a notaries. They told Crane about the Horseman .
“the victim was Peter Van Garret and his son Dirk Van Garret, the were beheaded by horseman. One week after Mrs.Winship died. The horseman took their heads with him. The horseman was a bounty soldier of Hessian ( Germany soldier) who was sent to Sleepy Hollow by Germany Prince to mountain British force over America. Unlike with other soldiers, he came with lots of money. Horseman came to Sleepy Hollow for his own reason, a reason to kill. He rode a big stallion named" Daredevil". In war, he liked to behead his enemies' heads from his speeding horse. He even sharpened his teeth in order to create his brutality. He did not die until 1779 in the west of Sleepy Hollow's forest. A group of soldier managed to kill him by beheading his head with his own sword. He resurrected from his death with rage and revenge to kill anyone who againsted him"
Crane didn't believe in Van Tassel story until Masbath was killed by the Horseman. After burying Masbath, Masbath's son became Crane's servant. While the were leaving the cemetery, Philipse told him thet Masbath was not the fourth, but the fifth victim. Crane was confused about the fourth victim. In the four graves lied five victims. Crane started his investigation by digging out Mrs.Winship's grave. After taking out the corpe, he was suspicious with a scar in her stomach. Crane surged her stomach and found that Mrs. Winship had been pregnant. The head of the fetus in her uterus also had been beheaded by the horseman.
There was also an occasion when Crane was haunted by false horseman. It was Brom Bones who disguised himself to be the Horseman. He was a man who felt in love with Katrina. One day, Crane saw Philipse went away after having a meeting with his associates. Crane asked Philipse once, about who was the father of Mrs.Winship's baby, he also asked him who had killed them. Philipse just told him that they were killed by the Horseman. Crane wouldn't want to believe him when the Horseman came and beheaded Philipse's head. Seeing that murderer, he was petrified. He told about it to Van Tassel and Katrina.
Crane and young Masbath were walking I the forest when they found a cave.in the cave, they met with a strange woman who told him to follow the tracks of an Indian at the sunset until the tree of death and climb to the Horseman's room in order to kill him. Soon after than Crane and young Masbath searced the tree of death. On their way, they met Katrina, then three of them continue the search of the tree of death. Finally they found it. Crane tried to cut a big root of the tree and blood came out from it. Crane kept trying to open the root until he got shocked for finding heads of the Horseman's victims. Crane climbed to the Horseman room. He was surprised because the skull had gone. Suddenly the Horseman arose, but he didn't kill Crane, Katrina nor young Masbath.
Crane followed the Horseman. He came to Elizabeth Kilian's house and beheaded Elizabeth's, Kilian's and their son Thomas's ead. When the Horseman was trying to leave, Brom Bones shot and tried to kill him. Crane stopped him for he knew that the Horseman didn't run after him, but he didn't want to listen to Crane. Finally Brom Bones got himself killed.
Crane was trying to solve the case when he concluded that there was a conspiracy among the doctor, notaries, judge and the priest. Crane visited Hardenbrook to ask about Van Garret's old testament. Young Masbath found it in a bag with an open seal. The old testament was for Mrs. Winship. young Masbath also found a marriage notification of Van Garret who secretly had married to Mrs.Winship.
Crane concluded that the horseman was Van Garret's family, that was Van Tassel who wanted to lake Van Garret's wealth, when Crane going into his room, he found Katrina was I it. I the next day, he lost the old testament he found in the notaries's house. The old testament was taken by Katrina and she burned it because she didn't want Crane accuse her father.
At one night, Crane followed Mrs.Van Tasel who was walking secretly to the forest. She meet Steenwyck and had love in the forest. Crane found them. She cut her hand with a knife then drop it to Steenwyck's back. She asked Crane not to tell it to his husband.
People were gathering in the church when Mr.Vna Tassel was running and screaming that his wife had seen killed by the Horseman. Soon after that, the Horseman came to the church, all people in the church was panic and worried. Van Tassel were quarelling with his three associates, they killed each other. Van Tassel finally was beheaded by the Horseman.
Katrina was shocked. When she was conscious, she saw her step mother, Mrs. Van Tassel. She was shocked and fainted again. Mrs.Van Tassel cut her hair then burned it. She tried to awaken the Horseman to kill Katrina. As Katrina was awakened from her faint, Mrs.Van Tassel told her that she wasn't killed by the Horseman, but the servant was. She told her that she was the one who controlled the Horseman.
Mrs.Van Tassel was the Archer's family. She, her parents and her sister lived not far away from Mr.Van Tassel's house. After her father death, they were asked to leave the house by Van Garret because he said that her mother was a witch. Then they lived in the west forest. Her mother passed away a year after their move. One day she and her sister saw Hessian and they saw him killed.
Mrs.Van Tassel conspired with the deman. She could resurrected Hessian of Horseman to get her revenge to Van Garret.
In other hand, VanTassel get her house, so she killed Katrina's mother then she got married with Van Tassel. After all people around him death, she want to killed Katrina. The Horseman was come, Crane, young Masbath and Katrina run away with their horse until the tree of death. There, they met Mrs.Van Tassel. Crane fight for get the Horseman's skull from Mrs.Van Tassel and then he got it. Crane throw the skull to the Horseman and then they were surprised suddenly the Horseman was change become Hessian and carried Mrs.Van Tassel to the grave into the tree of death. Finally Crane invited Katrina and young Masbath comeback to New York.

B. ANALISYS
1. THEME
The Revenge and The Murder

2. CHARACTERS
a. Ichabod Crane
He was tall, but exceedingly lank with narrow shouldiers, long arms and legs, hands that dangled a mile out of his sleeves, feet that might have served for shovels and his whole frame most loosely hung together. His head was small and flat at top with huge ears, large green glassy eyes and a long snipe nose. He was a young man, had education, idealism,fainthearted but he tried to be courageous people.
b. Katrina
She was a beautiful girl, blooming lass of fresh eighteen, with long blonde and cruel hair, nice eyes. She is kindhearted, loves her parents and courageous girl.
c. Hessian or Horseman
He is a bounty soldier, the ugly man with his sharp teeth, untidy hair and his horror eyes.
d. Baltus VanTassel
He is Katrina's father, the richest man in Sleepy Hollow, kindhearted, loves his daughter very much, he isn't arrogant and friendly to all people around him.
e. Thomas Lancaster
He is an old man, Van Tassel's associate, he is a doctor.
f. Samuel Philipse
He is an old man, his job is a judge, he is a Van Tassel's associate too, kindhearted and a honest man.
g. Steenwyck
He is a clergyman of Sleepy Hollow.
h. James Hardenbrook
He is an old and ugly man, he is a notaries.
i. Mrs. Van Tassel
She is Katrina's step mother and Van Tassel's wife, she is a beautiful woma but she was tricky woman.
j. Young Masbath
He is Masbath's son, be Crane's servant after his father dead, a strong and a caurageous child.

3. SETTING
a. Place
- Municipal Watch House of New York
- Sleepy Hollow
- The west forest of Sleepy Hollow
- Van Tassel's house
- The cave
- The tree of death

b. Time
- At night
- New York City 1799
- the west forest of Sleepy Hollow 1779

4. PLOT
a. Exposition
Crane was sent to Sleepy Hollow to investigatea case which already taken 3 death victims whose heads had een beheaded within 2 week. Arriving there, Crane stayed in Van Tassel's house, he meet Katrina and Van Tassel's associate. Van Tassel told Crane about the Hessian or the Horseman. But Crane doesn't believe it.

b. Rising action
Philipse told Crane that Masath wasn't the fourth but the fifth victim. Crane started his investigation. He found thet Mrs.Winship was pregnant and her baby beheaded too. Philipse said that the murderer was Horseman but Crane didn't believe it until he seen the Horseman killed Philipse.

c. Climax
Crane and young Masbath found the old testament and a marriage notification of Van Garret who secretly had married to Mrs. Winship. Crane concluded that Van Tassel who manage the horseman. Until people were gathering in the church suddenly VanTassel rinning and screming that his wife was killed by horseman, all people in the church ws panic and worried, Van Tassel was killed by Horseman. Katrina shocked.

d. Falling action
Katrina conscious from her faint, she saw her step mother, she was shocked and fainted again, Mrs.Van Tassel told Katrina about her revenge and she manage the Horseman to kill Katrina.

e. Catasthrope
Crane, young Masbath and Katrina run away with their horse until the tree of death. There, they met Mrs.Van Tassel. Crane fight for get the Horseman's skull from Mrs.Van Tassel and then he got it. Crane throw the skull to the Horseman and then they were surprised suddenly the Horseman was change become Hessian and carried Mrs.Van Tassel to the grave into the tree of death. Finally Crane invited Katrina and young Masbath comeback to New York.

5. MORAL MESSAGES
a. Don't be arrogant people
b. Don't save revenge in our life
c. Don't conspire with devil

Book Report 3: The Last of The Mohicans

THE LAST OF THE MOHICANS

Submitted by:
Otty Galuh Y
Ninda A
Shinta H
Naurisma GP

SUMMARY

Set in 1757 during the third year of the French and England War, the story begin as Cora and Alice Munro are being escorted to Fort William Henry where they will meet up with the commander of the fort, their father, Colonel Munro. The two women are accompanied by Major Duncan Heyward, a gallant young officer who soon falls in love with Alice. The small group is led by Magua, a mysterious and terrifying Huron, who suggests a "short-cut" that will lead them into an ambush he has prepared. The group are rescued from this fate when they run into Hawk-eye, a skilled woodsman also known as Natty Bumppo (his birth name). With him are his two Mohican friends, Chingachgook and his son, Uncas. Major Duncan tells Hawkeye and his friends about his growing distrust of Magua, and the newcomers agree. Hawkeye and his companions then attempt to seize the "treacherous savage," but the guide escapes into the forest.
Hawkeye predicts that Magua will be back, and fearing an attack by unfriendly Indians leads the group to Glenn's Falls. The group takes shelter in a warren of caves behind the waterfall and spends an uneasy night. The sound of horses screaming early in the morning alerts them to danger, and they find themselves under attack by a band of Iroquois. Cora, and Alice hide in the caves while the others plan a defense. Out in the forest Hawkeye, Duncan, Chingachgook, and Uncas engage in a bloody struggle with the Iroquois. They begin to run out of ammunition and prepare to die honorably. Cora begs them to go for help instead, so Hawkeye and the two Indians slip out down the river. Duncan stays to defend the girls, and they are all captured when a group of Hurons led by Magua enter the caves and uncover their hiding place.
Major Duncan attempts to trick Magua into releasing them, suggesting that . Colonel Munro will pay good money to have his daughters returned. It seems to be working, until Magua asks to speak to Cora alone and reveals his true motives. Driven by a mix of lust for her and hatred of her father, Magua wants to take Cora as his wife. This will be his revenge upon Colonel Munro, who has whipped him in public for being drunk. He promises Cora that if she consents he will free her beloved sister, but she refuses to comply. Enraged, Magua stirs up the Hurons into a fury of vengeful feelings, and the whole group attacks the prisoners and lashes them to trees. As they stand waiting to be burnt alive, Duncan breaks free and struggles with one of their captors. Just as he is about to be killed, Hawkeye and the two Mohicans arrive at the scene. The Hurons, terrified of Hawk Eye, and Alice, Cora, and Duncan are freed. Again, Magua manages to elude them.
The group continues toward Fort William Henry only to find it besieged by 10,000 French troops led by the Marquis de Montcalm. In thick fog, they make a mad dash for the fort and are rescued at the last minute. The girls are joyously reunited with their father, Colonel Munro. Duncan asks the Colonel for Alice's hand in marriage. In response, Munro reveals some of his past in order to ensure Duncan's commitment to his daughter.
The British await reinforcements from General Webb. De Montcalm intercepts a letter from Webb, and reveals to Munro and Duncan that no reinforcements are coming. Munro is to surrender the fort. The Marquis allows them to retain their military honor, and promises that they can leave the fort "unmolested." However, he neglects to arrange a troop escort for the defeated British, and as they leave the fort they are suddenly attacked by a group of 2,000 Indians. The British are massacred in the bloody attack, during which Magua recaptures Alice and Cora and takes them into the forest.
Munro, Duncan, Hawkeye, Chingachgook, and Uncas follow their trail north through the forest. When they arrived at Hurons Village, Duncan disguise as a doctor and Uncas watched closely from the other side. Uncas is captured, but using a cunning plan of swapped identities, Duncan and Hawkeye rescue both Uncas and Alice. They flee to safety with the Delaware, who free Cora when Uncas reveals that he is a chief and a Delaware descendant. The next day, Magua and his men come to the Delaware camp to demand the return of their captives. Tamenund, the Delaware chief, judges that Magua's desire to marry Cora makes his claim on her legitimate. Uncas vows that he and his friends will pursue them.
Followed by Hawkeye, the Mohicans, and a group of warriors, Magua and Cora set off for the Huron village. The two groups come into bloody conflict, and Uncas, Hawkeye, Duncan chase Magua and two warriors into a cave. Cora is as brave and strong-willed now as she has shown herself to be in earlier situations, and she refuses to move when her captors demand that she must. Attempting to force her, Magua threatens to kill her. His companions take him all too seriously, and another Huron advances to stab her to death. Desperately attempting to avert the tragedy, Uncas leaps into the fray from an overhanging ledge. He is too late to save Cora, and in the battle that follows he is killed by Magua, who is then shot by Hawkeye. The final chapter is one of sorrow for both the whites and the Indians. The bereft Munro returns to his territory with Duncan and Alice, who are now engaged. Hawkeye returns to the forest with Chingachgook. As the English leave, Hawkeye pledges eternal friendship with Chingachgook, the "Last of the Mohicans."

INTRINSIC ELEMENTS
A. THEME
Adventure, murder, battle

B. POINT OF VIEW
Third person Point Of View I Omniscient Point Of View

C. CHARACTERISTICS
a. Major Characters
1. Hawk-Eye
The main protagonist of the novel, he is a white man who has spent most of his life in the company of the Mohicans. Hawk-Eye is a kind man and a solidarity person.
2. Uncas
The last of the Mohicans' generation. He is Chingachgook's son.
He is calm, courageous person and have a kind heart.
3. Chingachgook
Father of Un cas, also a friend of Hawk-Eye. He is a Mohicans.
Great father and a solidarity person.
4. Magua
A chief in the Huron tribe, he is the antagonist of the novel. He has a big revenge with English Soldier.
5. Duncan Heyward
A major in the English anny whose have mission to guard the daughters of his commandant. He loves Alice, and gives more attention to Alice. He is a brave man. Duncan is a white man trying to fight Indian battles.
6. Cora Munro
The oldest daughter of General Munroe. She is beautiful woman with kind and brave heart. She loves her sister very much. Dark-haired, her mother (who died young) was half-white half-black, which means that Cora is a quadroon.
7. Alice Munro
The youngest daughter of General Munro. She is full of respected to Cora and loves Cora. Actually, she loves Duncan but she keep her feeling by herself She is weak, innocence, she always looking for protection from Cora and a sensitive girl.

b. Minor Characters
1. General Munro
He is the commandant of British anny. He loves his daughters very much. He is very loyal to his country. He is an optimist and therefore a good military leader. He can escape him self from Hurons tribe.
2. General Daniel Webb
Colonel Munro's commanding officer, originally stationed at Albany, who later takes command at Fort Edward (where he cannot or will not come to Colonel Munro's aid when Fort William Henry is besieged by the French).
3. General Montcalm
He is the commandant of French anny. He is shrewd leader, but he change to be kind and merciful to English when English surrender to French.
4. Tamenund
An ancient, wise, and revered Delaware Indian sage who has outlived three generations of warriors. He is the chief of Delaware.
5. The Huron
Huron is Magua's tribe. They are so ambitious. They want to show that they are the best and strangest tribes.
6. The Delaware
Delaware is descendents of the Mohicans. They are more peaceful and considerate then the Huron.

c. Protangonists
Hawk-eye
Uncas
Chingachook
Duncan
Cora Munro
Alice Munro
Tamenund
General Munro
General Webb
General Montcalm

d. Antagonists
Magua
The Hurrons

D. SETTING
a. Time
1. 1757
Armies from England and French are fighting in North America. Both countries want the land.
2. In the morning
The time when the Hurons attack the English when the English went from Fort William Henry.
3. At night
Munro, Duncan, Hawk Eye, Chingachgook and Uncas looking for Cora and Alice's trail.

4. Afternoon
Duncan, General Munro, Hawk Eye, Uncas and Chingachgook follows Cora and Alice's trail.

b. Place
1. Hudson River
The place near of Fort Edward.
2. Fort Edward
England's fort near the Hudson River.
3. Fort William Henry
England's fort which guard of General Munro.
4. Glenn Falls
The place where the Mohicans, Duncan, Cora and Alice stayed for a night and the place where Duncan, Hawk Eye, Uncas and Chingachgook fight with Hurons.
5. The Camp of French
The place where General Montcalm asked General Munro to leave Fort William Henry.
6. Forest
The place where Hurons attacked the English people.
7. Lake Horican
A lake which accrosed by the Mohicans when they looking for Cora and Alice.
8. Hurons Village
A place where Duncan disguise as a French doctor to looking for Cora and Alice.
9. Cave
Alice was endured by Hurons as a sick woman.
10. Meeting House of Delaware in Delawares Village
The place where Tamenund told Delawares that Huron become their enemy after Tamenund know that Uncas is Chingachgook's son.
11. The rocks
The place where the last battle happened between the Mohicans and Delawares with the Hurons. Cora, Uncas and Magua was died on this place.

E. PLOT
1. Exposition
It was year 1757, the third year of the war in North America. The war was between England and French. Each country wanted the land for them. General Webb was the commandant of the English army at Fort Edward. He was waiting for news of Montcalm. Cora and Alice were going to meet their father, General Munro in Fort William Henry with Duncan, they have a Indian guide named Magua.

2. Rising Action
Cora, Alice and Duncan met the Mohicans and Hawk Eye. Hawk Eye told them that Magua is a Hurons and they can't trust Hurons. After Magua ran away, the Mohicans took the ladies and Duncan to Fort William Henry, in their way they followed by Hurons because Magua wants Cora to be his wife.

3. Climax
In Delawares Village, Magua took Cora to go with him to be his wife.
But, the Mohicans, Duncan and the Delawares followed them. In the rocks they were fighting. Two Hurons were stabbing Cora, Uncas was stabed by Magua for 4 times and finally Magua was died because Hawk Eye shoot him. Cora, Uncas and Magua were died.

4. Catastrophe
In 1758, General Munro died. Alice married Duncan Heyward and they lived happily together from that time. The Delawares told their children the story of the English woman and the young Mohican. And they told their children the words of Tamenund, the old chief. "The time of the red man has gone. We fought for our land. But now there are many white men, as many as the leaves on the trees. I have lived too long, I have seen the last of the Mohicans."

F. MORAL VALUE
1. The wickedness will lose by the kindness.
2. Revenge will make everything worse.
3. Good friends will help us when we need the help.
4. Don't too easy to believe in someone because we are never know that someone who we believe is our enemy.
5. We should have big loyalty to our country, don't be traitor!

MATERIALS OF BOOK REPORT 3 FINAL TEST

ONE OF THE FOLLOWING TWO STORIES WILL BE THE MATERIAL OF BOOK REPORT 3 FINAL TEST:
1. THE LAST OF THE MOHICANS
2. LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW.
SO, THERE WILL BE MORE COMPREHENSIVE ANSWERS NEEDED IN THE FINAL TEST.....FOCUS YOUR STUDY ON THE INTRINSIC ELEMENTS OF THE STORY.
GOOD LUCK!

Wednesday, October 29, 2008

ANIMAL FARM

ANIMAL FARM
By George Orwel
Submitted by group 1
Class C

A. Summary
In a barn at Mr.Jones' Manor Farm, Old Major, an old pig who is so highly respected, describes a dream he had about a free living for animals from the tyranny of their human masters. Soon after the meeting, Old Major dies peacefully in his sleep. The animals will continue Major's dream. Napoleon and Snowball prove themselves important figures. Animalism is their complete system of thought. Every Sunday morning, all the animals assemble in a barn to do regular meeting and they sing their necessary song titled" The Beast of England ". They make Seven Commandments of Animalism, those are:
1. Whatever goes upon two legs is an enemy
2. Whatever goes upon four legs is a friend
3. No animal shall wear clothes
4. No animal sleep in a bad
5. No animal drink alcohol
6. No animal kill any other animal
7. All animal are equal
One night, Mr. Jones goes into Willingdon and gets so drunk at Red Lion. He comes back in the morning and forgets to feed the animals. The animals are hungry and they rebel. Mr. Jones and men can be chased away from the farm. Manor Farm is theirs and it is renamed Animal Farm.
After Jones is chased away from farm, he spend his time in a pub and tells his troubles to his friends: Pilkington the owner of Foxwood and Frederick the owner of Pinch field. As soon as possible, in October, Jones and his friends arrive in Animal Farm to snatch the
farm again. But Snowball and Friends can drive them away. The battle of Cowshed is the name of that battle.
One day, Snowball announces his plan to build Windmill in Animal Farm but Napoleon disagrees with his plan. Napoleon has own reason, he thinks that building Windmill will waste time. As soon as possible, the Windmill begins to be built. The animals work hard. In November, a storm topples the half-fmished Windmill. Napoleon tells that Snowball is responsible for its ruin. Squealer also tells that Snowball has sold himself to Frederick.
Snowball disappears for along time so Napoleon begins to rebuild Windmill. Napoleon becomes a respected animal. Eventually, The Beast of England is outlawed and a new song by Minimus, a Napoleon's pig poet is instituted.
To get more money for building Windmill, Napoleon sells a pile of timber to Pilkington and Frederick. But finally Frederick tricks Napoleon, he pays it with false money and he plans to attack Animal Farm. The animals can get victory then.
In April, Animal Farm is proclaimed a Republic and Napoleon is elected President.
Napoleon orders a schoolroom to be built for their education. The building Windmill is continued. Boxer, a strong horse, works as hard as he can. Because of his hard working, he fells down and hurt, Boxer is brought to the hospital. But in a fact, Boxer is sold in order to the pigs can get money for buying whisky.
Year pass, Animal Farm has changed. Moriel, Bluebel, Jessie and Pincher, the dogs are all dear. Jones dies in an inebriates home, the Windmill has been completed and is used for milling com.
In evening, Clover a tout motherly mare, sees Squealer walks on his hind legs and other pigs follow him. The pigs begin carrying whips and wearing Jones clothes. The seven commandments has changed "All animals are equal, but some are more equal than others".
The pigs realize that they have changed their attitude and they are unable to discriminate between the humans and the pigs.
B. Analysis
1. Theme : the rebellion of animals againts a man
2. Setting
a. Time
• Every Sunday
• In October : the Battle of Cowshed happens
b. Place
1. Manor Farm (Animal Farm) : the Jones farm and the animals live in
2. Willingdon: a city that is near from animal farm
3. Foxwood : Pilkington's field that is large and much overgrown by woodland
4. Pinchfield: Frederick's farm that is small and well keep
5. Red Lion : place where Mr. Jones gets so drunk
c. Situation
1. Calm : the animals listen the ad major's announcement
2. Sadness :
  • Old Major dies
  • The animals die because they fight with a man in the Battle of Cowshed
3. Happiness: -
  • The animals can get the Manor Farm and renamed Animal Farm
  • The animals build the Windmill together
  • The animal farm proclaimed a Republic
4. Surprised : Clover sees that Squealer and the other animals walk on their hind legs.
3. Character
1. Mayor character
a. Old Mayor: the old pig who is respected in Animal Farm
b. Mr. Jones: the owner of Manor Farm, a drunken
c. Napoleon : a smart pig who becomes a president of Animal Farm, good planner
d. Snowball: a smart pig, quick in speech, clever
e. Mr. Pilkington : the owner of Foxwood, hard worker
f. Mr. Frederick : the owner ofPinchfield, hard worker, a tricker
g. Squealer : an intelligent pig, the follower of Napoleon, clever talker
2. Minor character
a. Boxer : a strong horse, hard worker : a stout motherly mare
b. Clover : a stout motherly mare
c. Minimus : a Napoleon's pig poet
d. Mr. Whyrnper : a solicitor living in Willingdon, sly-looking little man with side whiskers
e. Benjamin: the oldest donkey, the worst tempered : the white mare
f. Moses: the tame raven who was Mr. Jones' esp. pet, a shy and a tale bearer, a lazy raven
g. Mrs. Jones : Jones’ wife
All the animals in Animal Farm : they so respect Napoleon

3. Protagonist
a. Old Major
b. Boxer
c. Clover
4. Antagonist
a. Mr. Jones and a man
b. Napoleon
c. Squealer
d. Snowball
4. Plot
a. Exposition: Old major announces his dream to make a free living for the animals. The animals will rebel against a man
b. Rising action: The manor Farm, Mr. Jones' farm, can be owned by the animals. Animal Farm is their farm. They have seven commandments that must be obeyed by all animals
c. Climax : Year pass, the animals change their attitude and break the seven commandments. They walk on their hind legs and wear Mr. Jones; clothes
d. Catasthrope : The animals are unable to discriminate between the humans and the pigs.
5. Moral Messages
a. Dictatorship will make suffer
b. Help each other and never give up
c. The old people must be respected
d. Don't use your smart brain to do bad thing