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Penjabaran Intrinsik dan Ektrinsik dalam Drama Pygmalion karya Bernard Shaw

Penjabaran Intrinsik dan Ektrinsik dalam Drama Pygmalion karya Bernard Shaw

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Pre Modern & Modern Drama 
Penjabaran Intrinsik dan Ekstrinsik dalam Pygmalion
Pygmalion, merupakan gambaran menarik mengenai bagaimana seseorangbisa berubah jika diberikan kesempatan. Eliza, adalah ikon dari seseorang itu. iamampu membuktikan bahwa orang kelas rendah sepertinya pun bisa beradaptasidengan kehidupan orang-orang kelas atas yang segala sesuatunya bersifat mewah.Namun perubahan yang terjadi dalam diri Eliza bukan semata-mata karenausahanya sendiri, tapi Prof. Higgins dan Colonel Pickering lah yang telahmemberikan ia hidup baru. Ketertarikan saya untuk mengkaji cerita dari DramaPygmalion tentu dilatar belakangi oleh isi ceritanya sendiri yang benar-benarmenggugah hati saya untuk mengenal cerita Pygmalion lebih dalam. Berikut sayaakan menjabarkan unsur Intrinsik dan Ekstrinsik dari drama Pygmalion:
Intrinsiki. Plot
Cerita 'Pygmalion' adalah sebuah transformasi seorang gadis jelata,pedagang asongan bunga di Covent Garden, London, yang cara bicaranya seronok dan tingkah lakunya kampungan menjadi seorang 'lady' wanita bangsawan.Pertemuan yang tidak disengaja antara Eliza dengan profesor Higgins menjaditontonan yang menarik tatkala profesor Higgins merasa tertantang untuk mengubah logat udik dan tata krama Eliza menjadi seorang 'lady' bak keturunanbangsawati Inggris sejati, dan bagaimana Eliza sangat menginginkan pelajarandari Prof. Higgins menjadi saat yang paling ditunggu hasilnya.Name : Yeni ElmiNIM : 1209503184Class : BSI V/ESubject: Pre Modern & Modern Drama
Tugas Ujian Akhir Semester Mata Kuliah Drama
Pre Modern & Modern Drama 
THE FLOWER GIRL. Good enough for ye
oo. Now you know,don't you? I'm come to have lessons, I am. And to pay for em too:make no mistake. HIGGINS [stupent] WELL!!! [Recovering his breath with a gasp]What do you expect me to say to you?THE FLOWER GIRL. Well, if you was a gentleman, you might ask me to sit down, I think. Don't I tell you I'm bringing you business? HIGGINS. Pickering: shall we ask this baggage to sit down or shall we throw her out of the window?THE FLOWER GIRL [running away in terror to the piano, whereshe turns at bay] Ah
oo! [Wounded and whimpering] I won't be called a baggage when I've offered to paylike any lady.PICKERING [gently] What is it you want, my girl?THE FLOWER GIRL. I want to be a lady in a flower shop stead of selling at the corner of Tottenham Court Road. But they won't takeme unless I can talk more genteel. He said he could teach me. Well,here I am ready to pay him
not asking any favor 
and he treatsme as if I was dirt. (Act II)
Drama Pygmalion bersetting di London pada awal abad 20 an. Dan diCovent Garden yaitu sebuah pasar di London bagian barat, lalu di Laboratoriummilik Prof. Higgins serta di apartement milik Prof. Higgins.
Covent Garden
at 11.15 p.m. Torrents of heavy summer rain.Cab whistles blowing frantically in all directions. Pedestriansrunning for shelter into the market and under the portico of St.Paul's Church, where there are already several people, amongthem a lady and her daughter in evening dress. They are all peering out gloomily at the rain, except one man with his back turned to the rest, who seems wholly preoccupied with a
Pre Modern & Modern Drama 
notebook in which he is writing busily. The church clock strikesthe first quarter. (Act I) Next day at 11 a.m.
 Higgins's laboratory in Wimpole Street
. It is a room on the first floor, looking on the street, and was meant  for the drawing-room. The double doors are in the middle of theback hall; and persons entering find in the corner to their right two tall file cabinets at right angles to one another against thewalls. In this corner stands a flat writing-table, on which are a phonograph, a laryngoscope, a row of tiny organ pipes with abellows, a set of lamp chimneys for singing flames with burnersattached to a gas plug in the wall by an indiarubber tube,several tuning-forks of different sizes, a life-size image of half ahuman head, showing in section the vocal organs, and a boxcontaining a supply of wax cylinders for the phonograph. (Act  II) It is Mrs.
 Higgins's at-home day
. Nobody has yet arrived. Her drawing-room, in a flat on Chelsea embankment, has threewindows looking on the river; and the ceiling is not so lofty as it would be in an older house of the same pretension. The windowsare open, giving access to a balcony with flowers in pots. If youstand with your face to the windows, you have the fireplace on your left and the door in the right-hand wall close to the corner nearest the windows. (Act III)
Banyak orang menganggap profesor Higgins telah mengambilsebuah
'mission impossible'
tugas mustahil, tetapi pada akhirnya jadilah Elizaseorang 'lady' yang bisa mengecoh siapa saja, termasuk para kalangan bangsawanInggris, yang tidak mengetahui latar belakang kehidupannya, akan menyangka

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