Analisys Of The Main Character In Oliver Bowden’s Novel Assassin’s Creed Renaissance

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ANALYSIS OF THE MAIN CHARACTERS IN OLIVER BOWDEN’S NOVEL ASSASSIN’S CREED RENAISSANCE

  A NIP : 1952116198112 1 001 Approved by the Diploma III of English Study Program Faculty of Culture Studies, University of North SumateraAs a paper for the Diploma (D-III) Examination Accepted by the board of Examiners in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the D-III of Examination of the Diploma III of English Study Program, Faculty of Culture Studies, University of North Sumatera. Except where the references is made in the text of this paper, this papercontains no material published elsewhere or extracted in whole or in part from a paper by which I have qualified for awarded another degree.

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH SUMATERA FACULTY OF CULTURE STUDIES DIPLOMA III ENGLISH STUDY PROGRAM MEDAN 2013

  A NIP : 1952116198112 1 001 Approved by the Diploma III of English Study Program Faculty of Culture Studies, University of North SumateraAs a paper for the Diploma (D-III) Examination Accepted by the board of Examiners in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the D-III of Examination of the Diploma III of English Study Program, Faculty of Culture Studies, University of North Sumatera. Except where the references is made in the text of this paper, this papercontains no material published elsewhere or extracted in whole or in part from a paper by which I have qualified for awarded another degree.

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  Ezio is the son of Giovanni Auditore who is the owner of the largest banks in the city of Florence and later in the knowalso is a member of the assassins group and the one who knew about Rodrigo’s conspiracy. Ezio is the son of Giovanni Auditore who is the owner of the largest banks in the city of Florence and later in the knowalso is a member of the assassins group and the one who knew about Rodrigo’s conspiracy.

1.1 Background of the study

  Abrams (1988 : 3) says in a dictionary of literary terms and literary theory, the main definition of literary term is : “of or pertaining to, or of nature of,literature, polite learning, or books and written compositions; pertaining to that kind of written composition which has value on account of its qualities of form. In a novel, the authors make every effort to direct with the readerto the images of the reality of life through the stories contained in the novel.

2. CHARACTER CLASIFICATION

2.1 Character

  One of the most important aspect of the major novel is the interaction of characters contras are important: such contrast make both figures more real; butthe character also act on one another and develop as a result of these interactions; which is often most of what a main stream novel is about. Most of all The glossary of term defines a character as a person presented in a dramatic or narrative work and characterization is the process by which a writermakes that character seem real to the reader.

2.2 Division of character Main character and peripheral character

  The character is the part of intrinsic element in the novel that is firstly explored by the writer because it takes essential role to display any behaviour ofeach character in the novel. By the end of the story, either the Impact Character’s influence will have won out and the MainCharacter will alter their paradigm, or their influence will have strengthened the Main Character’s resolve and the Impact Character will alter their paradigm.

2.3 Types of characters

  A special kind of flat characterise stock character, it still remains the part of flat character, which the personality or behaviour or motivation has beenclearly defined in the beginning of the story telling. Perrine (1985: 68) “Stock characters the stereotyped figure who has occurred so often in fiction that hisnature is immediately known; the strong silent sheriff, the brilliant detective of eccentric habits, the mad scientist who performs fiendish experiment on livinghuman beings, the beautiful international spy of mysterious background, the cruel stepmother”.

2.4 Character Development

  The very length of the novel permits the presentation of several characters that are fully developed in almost all aspect of their nature; whereas, the shortstory must limit the number of characters to one or two and develop only those traits essential to the theme and action of the narrative. Fananie (2001:98) says, “In certain things, setting must be able to form the certain theme and plot in the dimensions that associated with the place, time, area,and certain people with specific characteristics as a sequences of the environmental situation or era, way of life, and ways of thinking.” It means thesuccessful setting must be integrated with the theme, character, style, implication or the related of its philosophical.

3. DESCRIPTION OF THE MAIN CHARACTERS

3.1 Ezio Auditore da Firenze

  “I think I’ll pay him a visit” Ezio, enraged at the treachery, stepped forward and punched his former friend (Duccio) full in the face’.(Bowden, 2009 : 35) Claudia a favour today, no reason why I shouldn’t do one for Petruccio as well. That too was part of the creed.’ (Bowden,2009 : 239) Ezio is a person who has a big heart, he was able to give up something he loves for the sake of others, especially for Cristina.

3.2 Cristina Calfucci

  Cristina is a daughter of one of the most successful merchants in all Tuscany. “Oh, Ezio, of course you can.” He fell a troubled sleep, in her arms (Bowden, 2009 : 68)Cristina is a woman who can understand Ezio’s felling.

3.3 Leonardo da Vinci Leonardo da Vinci is a very talented artist, scientist, and sculptor

  Then he placed the broken blade and bracer to one side, spreadout the sheet, and, referring to it, began to rummage among a row of old books and manuscripts on a nearbyshelf. ‘A parting gift,’ said Leonardo, handling him a bag.‘Bullets and powder for your little pistola, and a nice big phial of poison for that useful dagger of yours.

3.4 Rodrigo Borgia

  He is one of the mostpowerful men in all Europe, and leader of the templar. ‘He raised his blade and thrust it through Jacopo’s neck with such force that the point emerged at the nape,seeming to sever the spinal cord.’ (Bowden, 2009 : 236) Rodrigo has a mission to change human behaviour to be more responsible for themselves, but he got a wrong way to do that.

4. CONCLUSIONS AND SUGGESTION

4.1 Conclusions

  The writer of this paper found that Ezio Auditore da Firenze, CristinaCalfucci, and Leonardo da Vinci role as the protagonist character and Rodrigo Borgia as the antagonist character in this novel. The author of the novel is uses the second person point of view as the technique to tell the story.

4.2 Suggestion

  The reader can feel and imagine the situation of the story,because the words that Oliver Bowden’s choose really well to give a direct perception of the novel. that’s why, the writer wants to suggest the readers, especially for English Diploma Student to have a better study than what he has does.

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