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MOTIVATION IN ANNE EMERY’S CAMPUS MELODY: A STUDY OF THE MAIN CHARACTER’S EFFORT TO ACHIEVE HER GOAL

                                                                           CHAPTER I
                                                                       INTRODUCTION

1.1 Background of the Study
       The definition of literature was gleaned  from a variety of  conceptions given by  many authors. One of those authors is R. J. Rees (1973:1-2) who defines literature into two senses. The first one is a narrow sense, which means that literature is anything that is written such as timetable, catalogues, textbooks, travel brochures and so on. The second one is a broad sense, which means writing that expresses and communicates thoughts, feelings, and attitudes towards life. 
        Meanwhile, Francis Connolly, as quoted by Sunaryono Basuki Koesnasoebroto (1988:3) defines literature into literature of imagination and literature of knowledge. The literature of  imagination interprets experience by a fiction is a presentation of persons, ideas, and events. The author invents a life like image or story that embodies truths of human nature.  Whereas, the literature of knowledge interprets facts, ideas, orhappenings. It is based on the people’s need of factual information. The examples of  literature of imagination are drama, poem, and novel, while the examples of literature of knowledge are technical books and textbooks.
        Rees (1973:9) added that literature may be good or bad, or indifferent but good literature will have some, if not all, of the following qualities: psychological truth or holding the mirror up to nature, originality, craftsmanship and a consciousness of moral values.///////////????

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