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CHAPTER I

INTRODUCTION

1.1 THE BACKGROUND OF THE ANALYSIS

In English there are many different types of text, narrative text, descriptive, report,
etc. In reading the course we will discuss the different types of the text. And one of the
texts which we discuss in this paper is a narrative text.
What is Narrative Text? Narrative Text is a text which contains about fantasy, fairy
tales, or a true story that has been exaggerated. There is usually a moral to be learned at
the end of the story. Example of narrative text can be folk tales, animal stories, legends,
myths, short stories, comic, cartoon, and others.
Therefore, on this occasion we will discuss about the Narrative text clearly. ranging
from linguistic characteristics, sentence structure and other components.

1.2 PROBLEM

1.What Is Narrative Text ?


2.Structure Of Narrative Text ?
3.Example Of Narrative Text ?

1.3 PURPOSE
1. To know about narrative text
2. To know about structure of narrative text

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CHAPTER II

DISCUSSION

2.1 WHAT IS NARRATIVE TEXT

answer

Narrative text is basically text that tells about something that does not really happen
but only on the reef by the author. narrative text aims to entertain, to gain and maintain
the attention of the reader / listener stories. Narrative text also aims to educate, inform,
convey a reflection on the experience of the author, and are no less important is to
develop the imagination of the reader / listener. Imaginary narrative text generally, but
there is also a factual narrative text, which tells the true incidence.

2.2 STRUCTURE OF NARRATIVE TEXT

answer

1) Orientation: sets the scene and introduction the participants (Character, place and
time)
2) Complication: crisis arise.
3) Evaluation: Optional.
4) Resolution or also called solution: The crisis is resolved, for better or for worse.
5) Reorientation: the cover of the story: optional
6) Coda: changes in the figures and the lessons to be learned from the story.

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2.3 EXAMPLE OF NARRATIVE TEXT

Answer

1. The Ant And The Grasshopper

In a field one summer’s day a grasshopper was hopping about, chirping and
singing to its heart’s content. An ant passed by, bearing along with great toil an ear
of corn he was taking to the nest.

“Why not come and chat with me,” said the grasshopper, “instead of toiling and
moiling in that way?”

“I am helping to lay up food for the winter,” said the ant, “and recommend you to do
the same.”

“Why bother about winter?” said the grasshopper; we have got plenty of food at
present.” The Ant went on its way and continued its toil.

When the winter came the grasshopper found itself dying of hunger while it saw the
ants distributing, every day, corn and grain from the stores they had collected in the
summe

Generic structure
Example Narrative Text Fable

1. Orientation: First information of the participants inside the story. From the story
about ant and grasshopper below, we see the orientation as:

In a field one summer’s day a Grasshopper was hopping about. An Ant passed
by…

2. Complication: What happens next among the participants of the story. This

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phase introduce a problem existing between or among the participants. From the
example of narrative below, we see the complication is:

“Why bother about winter?” said the Grasshopper; we have got plenty of food at
present.” But the Ant went on its way and continued its toil.

3. Resolution: The way a writer ends his story plot. It can be successful ending or
failure one which leads to sad ending story. From the story about ant and
grasshopper, we see the writer give the ending as follow:

When the winter came the Grasshopper found itself dying of hunger.

2 . The Smart Monkey And The Dull Crocodile

One day there was a monkey. He wanted to cross a river. There he saw a crocodile
so he asked the crocodile to take him across the other side of the river. The
crocodile agree and told the monkey to jump on its back. Then the crocodile swam
down the river with the monkey on his top.

Unluckily, the crocodile was very hungry, he stopped in the middle of the river and
said to the monkey, “My father is very sick. He has to eat the heart of the monkey.
So he will be healthy again.”

At the time, the monkey was in dangerous situation and he had to think hard. Then
he had a good idea. He told the crocodile to swim back to the river bank. “What’s
for?” asked the crocodile. “Because I don’t bring my heart,” said the monkey. “I left
it under a tree, near some coconuts in the river bank.”

The crocodile agreed and turned around. He swam back to the bank of the river. As
soon as they reached the river bank, the monkey jumped off the crocodile’s back.
Then he climbed up to the top of a tree.

“Where is your heart?” asked the crocodile. “You are foolish,” said the monkey to
the crocodile. “Now I am free and I have my heart.”

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CHAPTER III

COVERING

3.1 Conclusion

then a narrative text is a text that contains a story both written and unwritten, and
there is a series of interconnected events that emphasizes the existence of a conflict and
the solution while the recount is a text that contains a story which recounts both the
story and the experience that the author and the person is told.

3.2 Summary

Narrative text is a text text which contains about fantasy, fairy tales, or a true
story that has been exaggerated. There is usually a moral to be learned at the end of the
story. Example of narrative text can be folk tales, animal stories, legends, myths, short
stories, comic, cartoon, and others. If concluded, it is a narrative text is a text which
contains a story in the form of written or unwritten, and there is a series of
interconnected events that emphasizes the existence of a conflict and the solution while
the recount is a text that contains a story in which in the form retell stories and the
experiences of the author and the people who described.

3.3 Suggestion

Suggestion in this paper are that the authors expect from lecturers and friends of
students and readers so that this paper can be useful in the future because the author is
aware of the paper very far form word perfection.

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REFERENCES

http://yohanes-albert.blogspot.com/

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