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MALIN
KUNDAN
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Composed by :

Riza Aziziah
Yopy Novitasari

(24)
(32)

Biodata

Name
: Riza Aziziah
Place, Date of Birth : Probolingo, April 8 , 2000
Nationality
: Indonesia
Religions
: Moslem
Address
: Jl. Merapi No. 24 Proboinggo
Motto
: There is a will, there is a way.

Biodata

Name
: Yopy Novitasari
Place, Date of Birth : Jember, November 19 , 1998
Nationality
: Indonesia
Religions
: Moslem
Address
: Jl. Ir. Juanda No. 25 Probolinggo
Motto
: Man Jadda Wa Jadda

Narrative Text
To amuse, entertain anda to deal with
actual or vicarious experience in
differrenceways; narrative deals
problematic events which lead to a crisis or
turning point of some kind, which ini turn
finds a resolution

Generic Structure
Orientation:It is about the opening
paragraph where the characters of the
story are introduced.
Complication:Where the problems in
the story developed.
Resolution:Where the problems in the
story is solved.

Malin Kundang
Once upon a time, there was a young lived in West Sumatra named
Malin Kundang. He lived with a poor fisherman family. His father went
to sea to make a living for his family and he never came back to home.
People made an issue about his father's death. This issue made his
mother anxious every day.

Several months later, his mother chose to forget about his father. She
realized that she had to work hard. She did a lot of works all day and night.
Unfortunately, she still didn't get enough money for her family.
Malin couldn't stand with his mother's suffering. He decided to go sailing
and made money. He wanted to become a rich man so he could help his
mother. At first, his mother didn't allowed him to go. She was afraid Malin
did not come back like his father did. At the last, Malin got his mother
allowance to go.

Several years later, he became a rich


sailor. He had many ships and crews. He
was married with a beautiful girl and had
three children.

One day, he had a business in an island which is his


hometown. In this island he met an old lady. She hugged
Malin very tightly. However, Malin scolded and pushed her.
He realized that old woman is his mother. But, he was afraid
if his wife and children knew about his mother. So, he told
the old lady to go away. He said his mother was from a rich
family.

Noticing about his son bad attitude, she


was sad and angry. She prayed and said
that Malin had to change into stone. Malin
kundang even scolded her more.

After finishing his business, he went


sailing back with his wife and children. On
the sea, the sky instanly overcast. Heavy
lighting and rain was failing. Their ship hit
the rocks and crashed.

Malin swayed to the shore. The magic


happened. He turned into stone liked her
mother wish. It was known as Malin
Kundang stone by people of West Sumatra.

Language Feature

Orientation
Once upon a time, there was a young lived in West Sumatra named Malin Kundang.
He lived with a poor fisherman family. His father went to sea to make a living for
his family and he never came back to home. People made an issue about his
father's death. This issue made his mother anxious every day.
Complication
One day, he had a business in an island which is his hometown. In this island he
met an old lady. She hugged Malin very tightly. However, Malin scolded and pushed
her. He realized that old woman is his mother. But, he was afraid if his wife and
children knew about his mother. So, he told the old lady to go away. He said his
mother was from a rich family. Noticing about his son bad attitude, she was sad
and angry. She prayed and said that Malin had to change into stone. Malin kundang
even scolded her more.

Resolution

After finishing his business, he went sailing back with his wife and
children. On the sea, the sky instanly overcast. Heavy lighting and
rain was failing. Their ship hit the rocks and crashed. Malin swayed
to the shore. The magic happened. He turned into stone liked her
mother wish. It was known as Malin Kundang stone by people of
West Sumatra.

Grammatical Focus
Nouns
Verb
Adjective
Direct Indirect

Direct

:-

Indirect

1.He said his mother was from a rich


family
2.She prayed and said that Malin had to
change into stone.

Problems

Problems and
Solution

Malin had a business in an island which is his hometown. In this island he


met an old lady. She hugged Malin very tightly. However, Malin scolded and
pushed her. He realized that old woman is his mother. But, he was afraid if his
wife and children knew about his mother

Solution
Noticing about his son bad attitude, she was sad and angry. She prayed
and said that Malin had to change into stone. Malin kundang even scolded
her more.

Characters
The characters of each figure on the text
above are:
Malin Kundang : Rebellious
Malins mother : Grumpy

Moral Value
The moral value based on the text above is :

Many believe that a story can teach a society certain moral value. Most stories are build in
narrative. Because it is a narrative story, it must consists of complication. That complication,
in fact, is the moral value which like to be taught. Malin Kundangs story is a legend from
Minangkabau. This legend has a good moral value. This legend suggest us honour and
obedient to your parents especially mother. Never do rude things to your mother because
your mother that give birth and raise you. Also, you may not feel embarrassed although
your mother ugly and old. As a child, never forget all mother services. Do not become a
rebel. Insubordinate to the parents is a big sin that will be born by yourself.

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