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Mimetic Theory

Mimetic Theory

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Published by: Mansur Gaga on Apr 11, 2010
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Mimesis Theory
Oleh: Mansur Ga’ga, S.Pd., M.A.
 
Mimesis
Mimesis is the noun word that come from
mimic  
that have closemeaning with, reflection, representation, counterfeiting, feigning,copy, or image.
In literary theory, the concept of mimesis are: literary is imitativerepresentation of the real world in art and literature. Therefore,literary is the deliberate imitation of the behaviourof one group of people by another using literary as medium.
 
The Concept of the Mimesis Theory
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