Vivid: Journal of Language and Literature is a registered journal which is aimed at exploring the English language and works of literature. It collects research projects and articles that are written by the students and alumni of English Department of Andalas University.
Vol 4, No 2 (2015)
The final installment of the fourth volume includes (1) a discussion of Bradbury's sci-fi masterpiece concerning book banning-discourse; 2) an article on female voice in Alice Munro's short stories, 3) an analysis on existentialist idea in Harper Lee's classic; 4) a semiotic analysis of male body treatment product advertisements; 5) a piece of writing on implicature in advertisements; and 6) an article on the uses of ellipses in a Hemingway short story.
Table of Contents
|Applying Transformational Generative Grammar on Ellipsis Analysis of The Short Story Hills Like White Elephants by Ernest Hemingway|
|Fera Andri Yani|
|Book Banning Discourse and American Society in Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451|
|Implicature Found in The Slogans Of Life Insurance Advertisements|
|Female Voice about Love and Affair in Alice Munro’s Three Stories in Hateship, Friendship, Courtship, Loveship, Marriage|
|Vyola Lovely Permata|
|Rebellion against Authority as the Essence of Existentialism in Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird|
|A Semiotic Analysis of Male Body Treatment Product Advertisements as Found on the Internet|