DAVID STONE’S AGGRESSION AGAINTS CIA DEPICTED IN HIS NOVEL THE ECHELON OF VENDETTA: AN ANALYSIS OF EXPRESSIVE APPROACH (AGRESI DAVID STONE MELAWAN CIA YANG TERGAMBAR DALAM NOVELNYA BERJUDUL THE ECHELON OF VENDETTA: SEBUAH ANALIS DENGAN PENDEKATAN EKSPRESIF)
ANUGERAH UTAMA, DANDY
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The Echelon of Vendetta is the first novel by David Stone. The main character reflects the author’s life as an agent in CIA. This study tries to analyze David Stone’s aggression against CIA reflected on the character Micah Dalton and to know the social condition that influences David Stone’s aggression against CIA as seen in the novel. Furthermore, this study uses qualitative method to collect the data. The data are taken from several resources concerning with aggression and the author. The Echelon of Vendetta novel is the source data and other references related to the object of the study such as, internet. M.H. Abrams book The Mirror and Lamp is the theory that is used to breakdown the data. The steps of analysis begin from classifying narrations and dialogues about the social condition that stimulate Micah Dalton to do aggression toward CIA taken from the novel. Then, all the data are analyzed by using expressive approach. The results of this study shows that David Stone depicts his life as an agent in CIA through the character named Micah Dalton, who feels disappointed with CIA in the novel The Echelon of Vendetta.
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