Ur little friends

“I’m ur little friends” said to them

“but you never give comment’

“to search welfare’

“just seeking your self of pleasure”

“look at ur little friends’, anyway

‘taking welfare on the way”

“sometime passed away

but to throw away

“Ur little friends aren’t beggars

but you real beggars

deprived all intention

reaching such invention

to rich material

to poor spiritual

blowing up emotional

getting no additional

to ur little friends


there’s nothing to see

The night only moon

Meeting for coming soon

But no one knows

Every body at those homes

There’s dying, but no died

Breathing on the air, still prejudice

All make sociality for being changed

None implies it can be

Looking at the bottom

The draft in the sky at the point

hence, There’s nothing to see

No action on the ground

Everything’s lost

Begging the reality of imagination

Taking creativity, non sense

Thus, there’s nothing to see


Moon light wake me up

I”m dying said to the moon, But I want to wake up

Build my own imaginary

Thinking of a beautiful journey in My own

This is a life and I know I’m alive

So let me consider this life, not to be like you

Just like what is my own

This My own in my night

They go back to the story

And now, i’ll go back too in my own

Don’t worry, night

I’ll never forget you because of my own

Because you are my part

And I’m A part you

Don’t betray your self

you need this moment to enlighten in my own

I’ll be free

you’ll be independent

in our freternity

Night, bring me to this beautiful journey,…

Little women

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Little women: the words was taken by Louisa May Alcott to be the title of her novel. The story will bring the readers to know New England in 1861 when there was a civil war–the conflict between north and south.

the story began in the Christmas day when March family let Mr. March to join the civil war. In that time, the member of March family were Mrs. March, Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy. The four sister acqquainted t their neighbor, Laurie. They made a closed friendship. Mr. Brooke seemingly who was LAurie’s tutor had great interest to Meg. But Jo did not permit it happened. She did not want to lose her sister in her life. The show must go on. And Meg and Mr. Brooke married. They had twin children then.

After graduating from his college, Laurie revealed his affection to Jo. unfortunately, Jo cannot accept it. She only regarded him as a brother. This condition made Laurie’s feeling broken. Later, he decided to go to forget all things remembering the beautiful moment with Jo.

One day, Mrs. March got a letter from her husband that he was sick. So she decided to visit him and accompanied by mr. Brooke. This event happened before Mr. Brooke and Meg married. After the departure of their maother, four sisters tried to manage all household needs. suddenly, they were surprised when knowing the fact of Beth which got scarlet fever. It made her sister worrying moreover they cannot find their mother near them. So soon, they sent a letter to their mom. Wishly, they can meet her again to solve this condition. When it happened, the health of Beth was good gradually. But she still laid on bed. Yet, when she knew that her father came back home in the next Christmas day, she was very happy and got her energy again. Unfortunately, Beth was died.

in the certain time, after Amy went to French, Jo decided to pursue her dream to be a good writer. Jo went to New York. In this city, she met Friedrich who is a professor in German. He taught how the way to be a good writer and also criticized her stories. his Critic seemingly made Jo annoying. eventually, she came back to her home town.

Amy was invited by Aunt Carol to join her to go to French. Absolutely, she was so glad to accept. She learned to be an artist there. She loved painting and developed her ability to be a good artist. In this city, she met Laurie again and finally, they married.

Jo seems to be surprised when she knew their married. She perceived a loneliness because nobody wanted to be with her, yet it was recovered when Friedrich came to her house to see Jo. Jo wished that Friedrich came to reveal his purpose to her and it was true. In the ending story, Jo and Friedrich were married. Then They built a school to children.


The story showed the difference of characteristic built by the author that Four sisters have each specific characteristics. Little women itself probably to show the four sisters with their characteristics. So what the character do you want???


Stirring my Mind

MY task is a certain thing that make me so crazy to think it more, more than I think my beautiful day to sleep in my thin mattress. Of course, nobody want to lay on my bed. It makes your body so crazy too. But it’s not problem. Learning to take a little thing, to arise a big thing is just my trial.^_^

back to what i really want to share about my task. This task, namely assignment stirres my mind to accomplish it perfectly. Perfect in my glasses of eyes, surely. Nevertheless, i can’t do it well more than I wish. Learning it as human having a mistaken, right??… Wish is not only wish. well, let’s start to read, discuss and write those ideas stirring my mind.


This is my second task in literary criticism class. No perfect understanding that i have to make it clearly. Just make it better why the myth, fiction and displacement have closed interrelation. it’s explained by Northop Frye. Probably, it can’t make you satisfy, but it enriches our knowledge…. Please, check it from this note,..

The myth flourishes around society as a certain type of story. It is story in which some of the chief characters are gods or other beings larger in power than humanity[1]. It influences society to believe it although actually it is like a folktale that is such an abstract story-pattern. Even, it does not need the plausible or logical story in motivation. But, the society still believe it as a story really happened or having some exceptional significance in explaining certain features of life, such as ritual. Although it is such an odd tendency emerging around society, merely it is able to build up bigger structure.

The myth is a part of the world of art formed as a verbal art. Time to time, society creates it relying on their belief that probably comes from their experiences in natural space. Then it emerges a perspective in human being that grows the system of tales called as a mythology. Every develop mythology tends to complete itself, to outline an entire universe.

To understand the myth, it properly knows the principles influencing to form the myth in assimilating the nature to human form that are analogy and identity. Analogy means that there is a relation bounding between human life and natural phenomena. Identity conceives of a “sun-god” or a “tree-god”. These will be inherent to the perception of society. Then, perhaps a myth may be told and retold; it may be modified or elaborated, or different patterns may be discovered in it and its life is always the poetic life of a story.

In many cases, the myth becomes the main outline then occupied by literature including fiction as well. Literature is more flexible to tell the story of universe implicitly and completely perhaps consisting of the myth. Also similarly, the principles of myth; analogy and identity become the structural principle of literature. Thus, between the myth and literature can form a certain relation intending to study the genres and conventions of literature. In the other hand, the literature seems to have a purpose letting the myth still alive and making it credible, plausible or logical. This technique can be called as displacement. Time to time, there is a continuity established in a unity between the myth and literature (fiction).

In the conclusion, the literary criticism is taken to understand the structure or system forming the literature or myth. It shows that the literary shape comes only from literary tradition, and so ultimately from myth although the literature is created as unified imaginative system. One of the main uses of myth criticism is to enable to understand the corresponding place that a work of literature has in the context of literature as a whole. Finally, the literature is a reconstructed mythology, with its structural principles derived from the myth.

[1] Myth, Fiction and displacement by Northrop Frye

Intentional Fallacy

This is my understanding when i tried to understand deeply what actually Wimsat and Beardsley wrote in Intentional Fallacy?? what actually Intentional Fallacy coming to the readers??

Firstly, the intentional fallacy appears when some critics have principle that the important point to understand the poem is to know the truly intention of poets. This statement is denied by Wimsatt and Beardsley that argued the design or intention of the author is neither available nor desirable as a standard for judging the success of a work of literary art[1]. The intention of the author is not important point to judge the literary works. Thus, this principle then would reveal some differences in the history of critical attitudes. The problem of literary criticism arise when the critics do approach not qualified by their views of intention.

Intention itself means a design or plan in the author’s mind. It is revealed through their literary works expressing the feeling or thought. In many cases of literary criticism, the design or plan in the author’s mind must be obtained. If not, the readers should look for the other references to understand it. Absolutely, they go outside the poem for evidence of an intention that does not become effective in poem. It will bring to the readers getting fallacy to get the intention themselves.

There are three ways to get evidence for getting the intention of poem itself that are:

1.Internal evidence

It means that to get the evidence, the readers detect in the text itself. It is discovered through the semantics and syntax of a poem, through habitual knowledge of the language, through grammars, dictionaries, and all the literature which is the source of dictionaries, in general through all that makes a language and culture[2]. The readers just focus to the text (poem). They should determine the meaning of words in the text have been found relying on their knowledge. As a result, the intention to interpret the poem will be well done not going to be fallacy.

2. External evidence

The readers look for the evidence by going outside the text. It assumes that the evidence is not a part of the work as a linguistic fact; it consists of revelations (in journals, for example, or letters or reported conversation) about how or why the poet wrote the poem[3]. It implies that the readers must understand the intention of authors (poets) exactly.  They will not focus to their intention to interpret the meaning of text (poems). Thus, the problem arise in this situation that if the readers use the references like mentioned above to understand the intention, precisely it is going to get the fallacy of intention.

3. Intermediate evidence

The evidence is obtained from the character of authors that give and explain the meaning of the words or topics relying on the poems directly. The meaning of words is the history of words, and the biography of an author, his use of a word, and the associations which the word had for him, are part of the words history and meaning4[4]. The readers will find the certain words then defined by the authors (poets) about its meaning. Probably, they have proposes to secure a condensed expression in the poem itself (Mathiessen).  Certainly, it will provoke the readers to understand the intention of the author not from their knowledge. Thus, the fallacy of intention viewed by readers in the text itself will happen too.

In the conclusion, the intentional fallacy will happen if the readers attempt to understand the poems not from the poem itself. But they go outside the poems. While if the poets attempt to help the readers in understanding of poets’ intention through notes or other devices, sometimes it will ease in getting the fallacy of intention viewed by the readers. So, the literary criticism in poem argued by Wimsatt and Beardsley is created to judge the poem itself by not going outside the poem. If the poem has been published, automatically it belongs to public. Thus, the readers have chances to interpret the meaning of it relying on their knowledge of understanding the poem.

[1] Wimsatt W.K and Monroe C. Beardsley. “The intentional fallacy”. In twentieth century literary theory. Vassilis Lambropoulos and David Neal Miller. Newyork: State University of New York Press,1987. Pp. 103

[2] Ibid.Pp.108

[3] Ibid.Pp.108

[4] Ibid. Pp. 109