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: An Analysis Of The Main Characters Conflict in The Book of


Tommorrow (Cecelia Ahern's Novel)
: Hetty Kusmawati
: 11.04.3.1415
: English Education

The Project
This study investigates about literature. It examines how to know character conflict of the main
actor in the novel. Novel is human creation. Novels as a part of the fiction can be defined as a
work of prose fiction, which tells story or uses incidents to dramatize human experience and
individual character. Analyzing the main characters conflict of a novel need high reading
comprehension because the character of actors in a novel differs. The study focuses to analyze on
character's conflicts in In The Book of Tommorrow (Cecelia Ahern's Novel), they are the
internal structure of creating literary works such as character, theme, plot, setting, point of view
and style. The empirical investigation examines character's conflicts in In The Book of
Tommorrow (Cecelia Ahern's Novel).
Rationale
It has been observed about In The Book of Tommorrow (Agatha Christie Novel) which focuses
on character's conflicts in its novel. Literature is the writing or study of books valued as works
of arts which can be divided into three genres, such as prose fiction, poetry, and drama (Wellek
and Warren,1997: 30). Prose fiction includes novels, short stories, romances, parables, myths.
Novels as a part of the fiction can be defined as a work of prose fiction which tells story or uses
incidents to dramatize human experience and individual character. The conflict is about how the
main character faces her conflict; her conflict with herself, her conflict with another individual
and also her conflict with society. It is conflict that makes a story full with intense. How it is
started, faced, and solve it for better solution in order to get wisdom living.

Theoretical Perspective
This research will meanly adapted theory of analyzing of character's conflicts of a novel.
Kennedy (1966:19) states: the conflicts with which fiction concern itself are of many kinds. A
story may deal with a conflict within a single man, a conflict between man and society, between
man and nature, and so on. Horton et al (1976: 66) defines that conflict is incompatibility of
idea, beliefs, roles, needs, desires, values and so on. While Stanford (2003:105) defines conflict
as an opposition of interest between and among various individuals and social groups, which
may or may not be overtly observable and which may or may not break out into open dispute or
physical violence.

Methodology
The methods of this study are done by using library research. The writer will use primary and
secondary source to complete this thesis. As The writers primary, The writer will use some
books and many other sources that she think related to the subject matter that is being analyzed,
and the secondary source is the novel itself. Those books are the analyses of character's conflicts.
The writer will also read others thesis as her references and to add her understanding.
Main References
Horton, Paul et al. 1976. General Conflict. New York: Random House Inc
Stanford. 2003. Responding to Literary: Stories, Poems, Plays and Essay.New York: The Mc.
Graw-Hill Companies Inc.
Kennedy . 1966. Literature: An Introduction to Novel, Poetry and Play.
Wellek, Rene and Austin Warren. 1997. Theory of Literature. Great Britain: Penguin Books, Ltd
Acknowledged by
Academic Advisor

Langsa, October 19, 2015


Proposed by

Chairuddin, S.Pd M.S


NIP: 19851117 201404 1 002

Hetty Kusmawati
NPM: 11.04.3.1415