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Mental Illness No. He was irritated with Borek, who was shaking from tr ying to hold back his laughter.

Ku- cai was trying to glare at Borek, but it lo oked as though Trapani were his target. But Bu Mus still respect ed his political rights. She shifted her gaze over to Harun. He was as fascinating as the cinenen kelabu bird, and he was our class mascot. His hair, pants, b elt, socks and clean shoes were always spotless and impeccable. He smelled good too. His shirt even had all its buttons. He was a well- mannered, promising young citizen who was a model of Dasa Dharma Pramuka—the Boy Scout promise.

He wanted to become a teacher and teac h in isolated areas when he grew up to help improve education and the condition of life for back-country Malays—a truly noble aspiration. Trapani was very close to his mother. No discussion was interesting to him other than those related to his moth- er, perhaps because among six children, he was the only boy. Sh e was hard to convince and not easy to impress. Another one of her prominent cha racter- istics was her honesty—she never lied.

Even if she were about to walk the plank over a flaming sea and a lie could save her life, not one would escape he r mouth. Sahara and A Kiong were enemies. They would have huge fights, make up, and then fight again. It was as if they Mental Illness No. There are too many names and places, difficult for me to remember them. My God! Where do you get off criticizing excellent literature, A Kiong?

Harun, who was well-behaved , quiet and had an easy smile, was completely unable to comprehend the lessons. Nowadays people call it Down Syndrome.

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When Bu Mus taught, Harun sat calmly with a constant smile on his face. Then Harun clapped his hands. The two of them shared a unique emotional connection like the quirky friendsh ip of the Mouse and the Elephant.

Harun enthusiastically told a story about his three-striped cat giving birth to three kit- tens, which also had three stripes , on the third day of the month.

Sahara patiently listened, even though Harun to ld this story every day, over and over again, thousands of times, all year ro und, year after year. The number three was indeed a sacred number for Harun. He related everything t o the number three. He begged Bu Mus to teach him how to write that number, and after three years of hard work, he could finally do it.

The covers of all his sc hool books soon had a big, beautiful and colorful number three written on them. He was obsessed with the number three. He often ripped off the buttons on his sh irt so there were only three left. He wore three layers of socks. He had three k inds of bags, and in each bag he always carried three bottles of soy sauce. He e ven had three hair combs. When we asked him why he was so fond of the number thr ee, he pondered for a while, and then answered very wisely, like a village head giving religious advice.

He smiled whenever he saw me doing this. He was aware that he was the oldest amo ng us, Mental Illness No. There were times when his behav- ior was very touching. One time, unexpecte dly, he brought a large package to school and gave each of us a boiled ca- ladiu m tuber. Everyone got one. He himself took three.

In the beginning, he was just an ordinary student. B ut a chance meeting with an old hair-growth product bottle from somewhere on th e Ara- bian Peninsula forever changed the course of his life.

On that bottle was a picture of a man; he was wearing red underwear, had a tall, strong body and was as hairy as a gorilla. From then on, Borek was no longer interested in anything other than maki ng his muscles bigger. Because of hard work and exercise, he was successful and earned himself the nickname Samson—a noble title that he bore proudly. It was definitely strange, but at least Samson had found himself at a young age and knew exactly what he wanted to be later; he strove continuously to reach his goals.

There are those who never find their own identity and go through life as someone else. Samson was better off than them. He was completely obsessed with body building and crazy about the macho-man imag e. One day, he lured me in and curiosity got the best of me. He jerked my hand and we ran to the abandoned electric shed behind the school.

He reached into his bag and pu lled out a tennis ball that had been split in half. I looked at the two halves with surprise and thought to myself: It must be a great discovery.

What is he going to do to me? I was hesitant, but I had no other choice. I unbuttoned my shirt.

I stumbled back and almost fell. He had caught me by surprise and I was powerles s, my back against some planks of wood. To make matters worse, Samson was much b igger than me and was as strong as a coolie.

I wriggled around trying to break f ree. And then I understood. The tennis ball halves were supposed to work like that s trange thing with a wooden handle and a rubber cup that people use to unclog toilets.

I felt the life being sucked out of my insides—my heart, liver, lungs, spleen, b lood and the contents of my stomach—by the cursed tennis ball halves. My eyes fel t like they were going to pop out of my head. I choked, unable to speak. I signa led to Samson to stop. Oh man! Darn it! Counting names and parents was our own foolish cre- ation—doing something within t he amount of time it took to say the full names of everyone in our class and the ir par- ents. For example: No way cou ld I endure these things sucking the life out of me for the entire amount of tim e it would take me to count names and parents.

Malay names were never short! I was a fish trapped in a net. My breaths became short. The su ctioning of the tennis ball halves felt like stings from killer bees.

My body s eemed to be shrinking. My legs flailed around hopelessly. The suffer- ing felt a s though it would never end. Then, all of a sudden, one of the wooden planks behind me fell and gave me r oom to gather my strength. Without stopping to think twice, I mustered the last ounce of strength left in my body, and with one roundhouse style move, I kicked Samson as hard as I could right between his legs—just like when the Japanese boxer Antonio Inoki took a cheap shot at Muhammad Ali in their fight.

Samson howled and groaned like a bumble bee trapped in a glass jar. I broke free from his grasp, jumped away and bolted off. That genius body-building invention flew up into the air before sluggishly tumbling down onto a stack of straw. I s tole a peek back and saw the boy Her- cules hurl over and clutch his legs before falling down with a thud. For days, my chest was encircled by two dark red cir- cular marks, traces of unb elievable idiocy.

Muhammadiyah Ethics class taught us every Friday morning that we were not allowed to lie to our parents, especially not to our mothers.

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I was forced to expose my own stupidity. My older brothers and my father laughe d so hard they were shak- ing. Pretty serious, Ikal! But that morning it was quiet. Most of us came to school berkaki ayam—chicken footed, literally, but in othe r words barefooted.

Our underprivileged parents deliberately bought shoes that were two sizes too big so they could be worn for at least two school years. By the time the sho es fit, they were usually falling apart. Malay people believe that destiny is a creature, and we were ten baits of destin y.

We were like small mollusks cling- ing together to defend ourselves from the pounding waves in the ocean of knowledge. Bu Mus was our mother hen. Harun with his easy smile, the handsome Trapani, li ttle Syahdan, the pompous Kucai, feisty Sahara, the gullible A Kiong, and the ei ghth boy, Samson, sitting like a Ganesha statue.

And who were the ninth and tent h boys? Lintang and Mahar. What were their stories? They were two young, truly s pecial boys. It takes a special chapter to tell their tales. He also a handsome boy. He also the proud in his school just like Lintang. If Lintang smarts in mathematics, he smart in art.

He has a nice voice and he can plays the music equipment nicely. He sings with his heart. He is a film director, a singer, a choreographer, talented scenario writer, a talented story teller, an estimated poem reader and a painter. If there is no teacher in the class, Mahar usually reads a poem, or sings a song in front of the class.

His friend assembly and listen to him, if he sings a song or reads a poem.

He is so imaginative. He is a fan of illogically and all the things that related to the paranormal. He has an imaginative think. He knows all of the fairy tale, he also believe that aliens are real.

He always gets the high mark in art, the highest mark that only he can get that mark. He never lack of idea, his creativity is un expectable, unique, unusual and fresh. His head is full of crazy ideas. He directs and creates the little theatre in Muhammadiyah School, and with his advices he and his friend make a little group band.

Sahara plays electro, Mahar plays guitar, Samson plays standing bass, Ikal and A-kiong play tambourine, Trapani plays drum and flute, at first, Harun wants to plays drum, but he does not knows the rhythm, so with the persuasions of Mahar, he be the carrier of the drum. He is a talented arranger, he expert to choose songs and adapt it into their simple instrument. Mahar named his band Repubik Dangdut, the name that Rizky Amalia: A-kiong is his followers. He admires Mahar as if Mahar is his teacher.

Some times his friends think that she is a loudmouth. He also be the director, and he asks A-Kiong as his assistant in independence day. He looks for inspiration for several days. He realized that his school expect on him. His brilliant ideas make our school win the carnival. His friend and Ms. Mus is very proud of him. His friend admired him, because he makes our confidence increase. Mahar is very close with Flo. One day he joins and be the chairman of an organization named societ the Limpai, a group of people that love with the mystic.

But because he always busies with the activity of societ the Limpai, his mark in school getting lower, so Ms. Mus advices him, but finally he can passes the examination. Until one day he disperses the Societe the Limpai. He also not finishing his study because of the cost, life is unfair.

He just has a Senior High School certificate. So, he just writes the Malay culture articles His articles interesting for some people, and he trusted to make documentation of the traditional children games, and grown up to another field, like art, language and that open his change to do a cultural research and make a chance for him to writes some books, by that books, he be the cultural informant.

Now, he busy with teaches and organizes several cultural activities. The last student who make the Muhammadiyah School still exist. Because of him, Muhammadiyah get 10 students. When he accepted in Muhammadiyah School he is 15 years old. He always happy. He is a well mannered, silent and smiles readily man. He is also a funny and pleasant friend.

His hair style is just like Chairil Anwar, and his clothes always neat. He looks like an officer than a student. His hobby is eats tamarind candy. If the rest time, Harun and Sahara sit under the fillicium tree. He also tells the story that he has three little kitten and has three stripes. When Miss Mus asks our desire, he answers that he desire to be Trapani one of his class mate. He likes the crowded place. The only girl student in Muhammadiyah School, her full name is N.

A Sahara Aulia Fadillah binti K. A Muslim Ramdhani Fadillah. She is a stubborn girl. She is tall, slim, and wears a veil. She is also a care person. If some one disturbs her, sometimes she scratches that person. She is temperamental, but she is very clever. She is always honest to every people; she is very appreciating the honest.

She never lies. Ia pantang berbohong. Walaupun diancam akan di campakkan ke dalam lautan api yang berkobar-kobar, tak satupun dusta akan keluar dari mulutnya. They fight and then forgive each other. She is very soft with Harun.

She always listens with patience if Harun tells a story to her. She has a magnificence desire that is he desires to be a struggler of woman right.

She is smarts in geography. She is also a brave girl. In 12 years later she married with A-Kiong that has change his name and religion to Moeslim His name now is Nur Zaman. They have five children, she and her husband Nur Zaman build a shop that named Sinar Perkasa. Sometimes if they have a free time, they visit their friend Harun Rizky Amalia: Conclusion and Suggestion.

After analyzed the Laskar Pelangi novel, I takes some conclusions as follow: Character is a fiction or non fiction person who takes important role in literary embodiment.

It may be a man or a woman that bring a story from the beginning up to the end. The character is essential in literary works. Without it the story is not interesting. As important ingredient, character divides in to main characters and minor characters.

They are all have a pleasant personality, and they are all is a very kind person. All the characters in Laskar Pelangi are very educated and can be followed by other people.

I suggest the reader to read this novel, because there are many messages that we can get from the story. And this novel is very interesting for those who are interested in literature, by reading this novel, hopefully that the reader can get and learn the moral messages from Laskar Pelangi novel.

I realize that the writing of this paper is far from being perfect, but hopefully this paper will help the reader to know the characters in a story. Mc Graw-Hill Book Company. Hirata, Andrea,, Laskar Pelangi, Yogyakarta: Kenedy, X. J , Literature an Introduction to fiction, poetry and drama London: Harper Collins Publisher. Nurgyantoro, Burhan, Teori Pengkajian Fiksi: The Camelot Press Ltd.

The Macmillan Press Ltd. Stanton, Robert. An Introduction to fiction, New York. HolRinehart and winston. Wonder if this novel is being filmed, it will wake up our nation soul that in suspends. Whoever read this will be motivated and feel sinfully if not be grateful in life.

Noya, The host of Kick Andy. Kompas daily news paper. This book written in the spirit of reality in school life, untouched world, a spirit to survive in a touched humanity spirit. With the simple figure, honest, full of dedication, thought, patience, resignation, piety that arrange beautifully and smart.

Basically, poor are not connected with the folly and genius. As a social problem, the poverty must attach with the appropriate education methods. In this relation all participant should participate actively until built a monument around the money arrogancy and the power of material.

Andrea Hirata was born in Belitong, although his Major study is economics, he is very loves physics science, chemical, biology, astronomy, and also literature.

Endersor is his third novel, after his best seller novels Laskar Pelangi and Sang Pemimpi. Andrea more identical his self as academician and back packer. Now he is trying to chase his another dream to live in Kye Gompa, the highest village in the world, in Himalaya.

He graduated Cum Laude. That thesis has been adapted in Indonesian language, and it is the first economical telecommunication that written by Indonesian people.

That book has been published as an reference. Now Andrea lives in Bandung, and still working in central office of Telkom, Ltd. Download pdf. Remember me on this computer. Enter the email address you signed up with and we'll email you a reset link. A smart little boy, the son of the fisherman, he comes from poor family. His father must bearer 14 children. He comes from Tanjong Kelumpang beside the other his house is very far, he must drives his bicycle until 80 of kilometers.

He is the proud in the school, his friends proud of him. He makes Muhammadiyah school wakes up from weakness. He afraids of the crocodile, if he go to school there are many big crocodile across the street, so he must waits until the crocodile move from the street. He just lives in a little shelter, with his family. He just can learn after the mid night because his house is very noisy, difficult to find a quiet place. For him, learning is an entertainment that makes him forget all of his life difficulties.

He is the diamond in Muhammadiyah School, he is the inspiration for his friends. He can answer all the question, event, the difficult question that even Ms. Mus not attend to the class, he explains something new that can add their knowledge.

He also teaches his friend with patience.

He also interests and always found something new. He always gets the first rank in his school. He always appreciates his friends, never show off to his friend, he desires to be a mathematician. If it is become true, he will be the first Malay Mathematician, really a great desire. He makes his school win a contest and brings some appreciation to his school. But what a pity when in junior high school, his father dies, as the first son he must works to living his family.

So that he must leaves his school. His fiends and Ms. Mus were very sad; imagine a clever student like him, must leaves school because of financial problem. Class is not same without him, they lost one of their best friend. Best friend that always spirit in his school, the student that make Muhammadiyah proud. They lost their light.

They lost their genius friend. Ikal and his friend cry to dismiss him. Even he just a truck driver, he still thanks to God, at least he not be the fisherman like his father. A Abdul Hamid desires, her farther is one of the pioneers of Muhammadiyah School. Her full name is N. A Muslimah Hafsari. A clever teacher that has serve from this school for five years, and his uncle Mr.

Harfan had serve for this school for 32 years. She is a kind and friendly person and she teaches all of the lesson her self. She also charismatic teacher and has a wide view of live. Bukankan in kata-kata yang diilhami surat An-Nisa yang telah diucapkan ratusan kali oleh Khatib?

Tetapi jika yang mengucapkannya Bu Mus kata-kata itu demikian berbeda, begitu sakti, berdengung-dengung didalam kalbu. For Ikal and his friend Miss Mus is a hero, she is a guide and an inspiration, she can solves the problem wisely, that can be seen when Kucai boring with his job as the chairman of the class.

She asks all of the student to vote their choice. She also proud to have 10 good student, especially Lintang, she is very proud of him, she never meet a smart student like Lintang before. Some times she gets confuse to answer some question from Lintang, but she enjoys it. He always gives the spirit to her students. She is a wise teacher. She loves her students and understands her student. He never gives up to keep the Muhammadiyah school exist.

He also a handsome boy. He also the proud in his school just like Lintang. If Lintang smarts in mathematics, he smart in art. He has a nice voice and he can plays the music equipment nicely. He sings with his heart.

He is a film director, a singer, a choreographer, talented scenario writer, a talented story teller, an estimated poem reader and a painter. If there is no teacher in the class, Mahar usually reads a poem, or sings a song in front of the class.

His friend assembly and listen to him, if he sings a song or reads a poem. He is so imaginative. He is a fan of illogically and all the things that related to the paranormal. He has an imaginative think. He knows all of the fairy tale, he also believe that aliens are real. He always gets the high mark in art, the highest mark that only he can get that mark.

He never lack of idea, his creativity is un expectable, unique, unusual and fresh. His head is full of crazy ideas. He directs and creates the little theatre in Muhammadiyah School, and with his advices he and his friend make a little group band. Sahara plays electro, Mahar plays guitar, Samson plays standing bass, Ikal and A-kiong play tambourine, Trapani plays drum and flute, at first, Harun wants to plays drum, but he does not knows the rhythm, so with the persuasions of Mahar, he be the carrier of the drum.

He is a talented arranger, he expert to choose songs and adapt it into their simple instrument. A-kiong is his followers. He admires Mahar as if Mahar is his teacher. Some times his friends think that she is a loudmouth.

He also be the director, and he asks A-Kiong as his assistant in independence day. He looks for inspiration for several days. He realized that his school expect on him. His brilliant ideas make our school win the carnival. His friend and Ms. Mus is very proud of him. His friend admired him, because he makes our confidence increase.

Mahar is very close with Flo. One day he joins and be the chairman of an organization named societ the Limpai, a group of people that love with the mystic. But because he always busies with the activity of societ the Limpai, his mark in school getting lower, so Ms. Mus advices him, but finally he can passes the examination. Until one day he disperses the Societe the Limpai. He also not finishing his study because of the cost, life is unfair. He just has a Senior High School certificate.

So, he just writes the Malay culture articles His articles interesting for some people, and he trusted to make documentation of the traditional children games, and grown up to another field, like art, language and that open his change to do a cultural research and make a chance for him to writes some books, by that books, he be the cultural informant.

Now, he busy with teaches and organizes several cultural activities. The last student who make the Muhammadiyah School still exist.

Because of him, Muhammadiyah get 10 students. When he accepted in Muhammadiyah School he is 15 years old. He always happy.

He is a well mannered, silent and smiles readily man. He is also a funny and pleasant friend. His hair style is just like Chairil Anwar, and his clothes always neat. He looks like an officer than a student. His hobby is eats tamarind candy. If the rest time, Harun and Sahara sit under the fillicium tree.

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He also tells the story that he has three little kitten and has three stripes. When Miss Mus asks our desire, he answers that he desire to be Trapani one of his class mate. He likes the crowded place. The only girl student in Muhammadiyah School, her full name is N. A Sahara Aulia Fadillah binti K. A Muslim Ramdhani Fadillah. She is a stubborn girl. She is tall, slim, and wears a veil. She is also a care person. If some one disturbs her, sometimes she scratches that person.

She is temperamental, but she is very clever. She is always honest to every people; she is very appreciating the honest.His father must bearer 14 children. The application of this qualitative method is descriptive, which means the data produced in the form of words in the form of quotations. This research is expected to be an alternative of literary learning especially on the style of language in SMA level.

He himself took three. Meanwhile, Kenny stated that plot is the events shown in a story, which are arranged according to causality. Some times his friends think that she is a loudmouth.

Forth, step of climax when conflict and contras that happened to the characters reached culminating point. That evening, Bodenga truly taught me about premo- nitions.

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