Absurditas dalam Karya Sastra

  • Endang Werdiningsih Universitas Wisnuwardhana Malang
Keywords: absurdity, novel, human life

Abstract

Absurdity comes from the word absurd which means impossible, unreasonable, ridiculous, laughing. Absurdity is defined as the impossibility of circumstances. Absurd is a condition that describes an emptiness. It then develops into a void of self in one's life. This emptiness is usually one of the characteristics of life which are played in stories that are classified as absurd. Absurd can also be said as things that deviate from harmony, unclear and illogical. Absurd events as things that no matter how strange and crazy for a straight mind but they exist in everyday life.

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Published
2022-02-07
How to Cite
Werdiningsih, E. (2022). Absurditas dalam Karya Sastra. Jurnal Likhitaprajna, 23(2), 168-175. https://doi.org/10.37303/likhitaprajna.v23i2.204
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