THE AESTHETIC REPRESENTATION OF NAWANG WULAN IN THE STORY JAKA TARUB

Authors

  • Maya Rosalinda Krishadianti Program Studi Pendidikan Sendratasik, Universitas Negeri Surabaya
  • Hidayah Sumiyani
  • Dodot Dodot

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.26740/sembadra.v1n1.p9%20-%2018

Abstract

Nawang Wulan, as a folklore character in the story from Jaka Tarub from Ngawi district, has become the story that is believed to be true by the people in Ngawi. In Jaka Tarub Story, the authors interpret the visualization of Nawang Wulan based on the folklore that has been widely known as the supernatural creature or an angel. It is because of a research that found a historical place that is believed to ever been used by Jaka Tarub and sendang (small lake or pond) which are believed by the people that seven angels (including Nawang Wulan) had used this lake for bathing and named it as Sendang Widodaren after the name of the sub-district Widodaren, Gerih, Ngawi District. The authors try to visualize the appearance of Nawang Wulan to reach physiology, psychology, and sociology phases. The authors interpretation which drawn into a study aims to reach the aesthetic value of the representation of Nawang Wulan.

Key Words: aesthetic value, visualization, story, folklore, Jaka Tarub.

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Published

2019-12-31

How to Cite

Krishadianti, M. R., Sumiyani, H., & Dodot, D. (2019). THE AESTHETIC REPRESENTATION OF NAWANG WULAN IN THE STORY JAKA TARUB. Sembadra, Journal of Arts and Education Studies, 1(1), 9–18. https://doi.org/10.26740/sembadra.v1n1.p9 - 18

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