WORLD VISION OF RABINDRANATH TAGORE IN THE DRAMA, THE POST OFFICE

Dian Rahmani Putri

Abstract


This study focuses on the world vision of Rabindranath Tagore (1861-1941) in the drama The Post Office; it has been translated into Bahasa Indonesia by Moh. Yamin, Menantikan Surat Dari Raja. The approaches used in this study are sociology of literature based on genetic structuralism, a theory founded and developed by the French sociologist Lucien Goldman in The Genetic Structuralists Method in the History of Literature. The specific purpose of this study is to examine in how far the author's life and social condition have influenced his work. Furthermore, the long-term purpose of this study is to gain knowledge of the richness of messages to humanity and their values as represented in world literature which affects its readers. The target of this study is to induce readers to love and enjoy literary works which color and enrich their lives.

Keywords


world vision, sociology of literature, genetic structuralism, drama

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