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PROCEEDING29TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON LITERATUREAND HISKI 36TH ANNIVERSARY IN GORONTALO 2020(Literature, Tourism, and Multicultural Education in The Industrial Era4.0) Gorontalo State University, 17–18 November 2020BOARD OF COMMITTEETH29 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON LITERATURETHAND 36ANNIVERSARY OF HISKI IN GORONTALO 2020A. Steering Committee:1. Prof. Dr. H. Moh. Karmin Baruadi, M.Hum.2. Prof. Dr. Hj. Moon H. Otoluwa, M.Hum.3. Prof. Dr. Hj. Sayama Malabar, M.Pd.4. Prof. Dr. Kartin Lihawa, M.Pd.5. Prof. Dr. Supriyadi, M.Pd.6. Prof. Nonny Basalama, M.A., Ph.D.7. Dr. Muslimin, S.Pd., M.Pd.8. Dr. H. Harto Malik, M.Hum.9. Dr. Sukardi Gau, M.Hum.10. Dr. Hj. Ellyana Hinta, M.Hum.11. Dr. Sance A. Lamusu, M.Hum.B. Organizing Committee:1. Head of Organizing Comittee : Dr. Herman Didipu, S.Pd., M.Pd.2. Secretary: Dr. Herson Kadir, S.Pd., M.Pd.3. Treasurer: Dr. Sitti Rachmi Masie, S.Pd., M.Pd.4. Vice Treasurer: Eka Sartika, S.Pd., M.Pd.5. Divisions:a. Conference and National Work Meeting/Rakernas- Dr. Dakia Djou, M.Hum.- Dr. Asna Ntelu, M.Hum.- Darmawati Majid, S.S., M.Hum.- Isran, S.Pd., M.Hum.b. Cooperation and External Coordination- Dr. Fatmah AR. Umar, M.Pd.- Dr. Joseph Yapi Taum, M.Hum.- Dr. Mery Balangoc. Secretarial Affairs- Jafar Lantowa, S.Pd., M.A.- Arlan Ibrahim, S.Pd.- Ayu Hidayati Ali, S.Pd., M.Pd.d. Event Organization and Performance- Farid Mohamad, S.Pd., M.A.- Dr. Munkizul Umam KaU, M.Phil.- Zulkipli, S.Pd., M.Sn.- Mimy Pulukadang, S.Pd., M.Sn.- La Ode Karlan, S.Pd., M.Sn.iiSECRETARIAT OF NATIONAL COMMITTEEd.a. Grha STR, Jalan Ampera Raya Nomor 11, Telepon (021) 7813708, Jakarta Selatan12550 Website: http://hiski.or.idBank Mandiri Account No: 142 00 1614854 - 5

e. Transportation, Accomodation, and Equipment- Dr. Salam, S.Pd., M.Pd.- Rosma Kadir, S.Pd., M.A.- Lukman Hakim, S.S.f. Scientific Publication- Novriyanto Napu, M.A., Ph.D.- Dr. Abid, S.S., M.A. TESOL- Rahmatan Idul, S.S., M.A.- Mira Mirnawati, S.Pd., M.Pd.g. Food and Beverage- Zilfa Baghtayan, S.Pd., M.A.- Widi, S.Pd., M.Pd.- Gamaria, S.Pd., M.Pd.Editor:Prof. Dr. Bani Sudardi, M.Hum.Prof. Dr. Moh. Karmin Baruadi, M.Hum.Dr. Sance A. Lamusu, M.Hum.Reviewer:Prof. Dr. Ali Imron Al-Ma’ruf, M.Hum.Manneke Budiman, Ph.D.Prof. Dr. Novi Anoegrajekti, M. Hum.Prof. Dra. Novita Dewi, M.S., M.A. (Hons.), Ph.D.Prof. Dr. Suwardi Endraswara, M.Hum.Prof. Dr. Wiyatmi, M.Hum.Prof. H. Yundi Fitrah, Drs., M.Hum., Ph.D.Dr. Yoseph Yapi Taum, M. um.Prof. H. Yundi Fitrah, Drs., M.Hum., Ph.D.Layout:Siti Khumaira DengoCover Designer:Ilham DjafarIllustrator:Indah Diah Utari MahadjaniFirst publishedby Indonesian Association of Literature Scholars (HISKI)Address: Jalan Ampera Raya nomor 11, Telepon (021) 7813708, Jakarta Selatan12550 Website http://hiski.or.idISBN: 978-623-96300-0-3Copyrights are protected by law. Copying or reproduction, in any way, of any or all of the contents of thisbook without the permission of the publisher is deemed as immoral and against the law.iiiSECRETARIAT OF NATIONAL COMMITTEEd.a. Grha STR, Jalan Ampera Raya Nomor 11, Telepon (021) 7813708, Jakarta Selatan 12550Website: http://hiski.or.idBank Mandiri Account No: 142 00 1614854 - 5

TABLE OF CONTENTSPREFACE — ixPERSPECTIVE OF LITERATURE TOURISM DEVELOPMENT UNDER THESHADOWS OF CORONA LITERATURE — 1Suwardi EndraswaraTOURISMSYMBOLIC POTENTIAL OF RAMBUT MONTE LAKE IN BLITAR EAST JAVAAS A TOURISM INDUSTRY — 19Dwi SulistyoriniTHE PRESERVATION OF VARIOUS JOKO TINGKIR STORIES AS THE STRATEGY OFDEVELOPING FOLKLORE-BASED TOURISM — 25Elen Inderasari, Dwi KurniasihTRANSFORMATION OF TOURIST DESTINATION IN POEMS — 41I Gusti Ayu Agung Mas TriadnyaniREPRESENTATION OF LITERARY TOURISM IN TEXT STUDY AND THE TOMBCAVE OF SITTI NURBAYA — 51 INyoman SuakaTOURISM-THEMED POETRY A TOURISM PROMOTION MODEL — 61Ninawati SyahrulPETIK LAUT MUNCARECOTOURISM AND LITERARY TOURISM — 73Novi Anoegrajekti, Asrumi, Sudartomo Macaryus, Dian Herdiati, Ifan IskandarTHE POTENTIAL OF TANGGOMO ORAL LITERATURE IN DEVELOPINGCULTURAL OBJECT AND TOURIST ATTRACTIONS IN GORONTALO UTARAREGENCY — 83Sance A. LamusuCULTURE AND TOURISM OF BANTEN IN A COLLECTION OF SHORT STORIES“BANTEN: SUATU KETIKA” — 93Vedia, Fachria MarasabessyLITERATUREHOMOSEXUAL RESPONSES IN SEMARANG CITY TOWARDS ANDREI AKSANA’SLELAKI TERINDAH NOVEL — 105Alfian Rokhmansyah, Agus NuryatinLANDSCAPE AND THE SILENCE OF COLONIALISM NARRATIVE IN THE FIRSTSUNDANESE NOVEL (1914) — 115Asep Yusup Hudayat, Lina Meilinawati, Teddi MuhtadinivSECRETARIAT OF NATIONAL COMMITTEEd.a. Grha STR, Jalan Ampera Raya Nomor 11, Telepon (021) 7813708, Jakarta Selatan12550 Website: http://hiski.or.idBank Mandiri Account No: 142 00 1614854 - 5

THE MYSTERY OF DEATH IN THE POEM “PARIKSIT”BY GOENAWAN MOHAMAD — 125Baban Banita, Lina Meilinawati, Ari J. PurwawijanaEXPLORING THE MEANING OF REGIONAL LITERATURE OF JEMBERPENDALUNGAN COMMUNITY — 133DzarnaRECOMMENDATION FOR DISASTER MITIGATION THROUGH THE ANALYSIS OFINDONESIAN NOVELS — 143Eva Dwi Kurniawan, Septi Riana DewiSEMIOTIC ANALYSIS ON THE “LONELINESS” IMAGES IN M. AAN MANSYUR’SPOETRY BOOK ENTITLED THERE IS NO NEW YORK TODAY — 149Nurfatihah, Zahra Suci, Imam QalyubiMEANS OF RHETORICS IN THE ANTHOLOGY OF POETRY WORKS OF NATIONALCHILDREN FROM PAPUA — 157Razali, Lina Sundana, Novita RahmayaniPOETIC RESPONSIVE OF NARRATIVE POETRY FROM D. ZAWAWI IMRON DURINGTHE PANDEMIC OF COVID-19 — 171Susi Darihastining, Hetty Purnamasari, Daroe Iswatiningsih,Heny Sulistyowati, Titik IndartiKUBAH NOVEL BY AHMAD TOHARI IN PROPHETIC PERSPECTIVE — 181Teguh PrakosoHOMOSEXUAL IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF CONTEMPORARY INDONESIANLITERATURE — 193Uman RejoLANGUAGEREPRESENTATION OF THE MORPHEME UTILIZATION OF GORONTALOLANGUAGE IN STUDENTS CHARACTER BUILDING THROUGH LOCAL CONTENTLEARNING — 209Asna Ntelu, SalamTHE LANGUAGE OF ALTERNATE UNIVERSE OF ROMANCE:A MULTIMODAL DISCOURSE ANALYSIS ON BTS’ FAN ARTS — 217Eva Leiliyanti, Diyantari, Marsha MayraLOCAL LANGUAGE:THE WORLDVIEW AND LANGUAGE OWNERS’ CULTURAL EXPRESSION — 227Heru S.P. Saputra, Titik Maslikatin, Edy HariyadiMEANING OF DENOTATION AND CONNOTATION IN MANDAR SEA MANTRAPOETRY (ROLAND BARTHES STUDY) — 235Laeli Qadrianti, Muhammad Ilham, Naim IrmayaniSOCIAL CRITICISM AND LANGUAGE STYLE IN THE POEM “MALU (I) BECOMEINDONESIAN PEOPLE” AND “RESTORE INDONESIA TO ME” TAUFIQ ISMAIL’SWORKS — 257Srastina, Febriyantina Istiara, Effrina YurickivSECRETARIAT OF NATIONAL COMMITTEEd.a. Grha STR, Jalan Ampera Raya Nomor 11, Telepon (021) 7813708, Jakarta Selatan 12550Website: http://hiski.or.idBank Mandiri Account No: 142 00 1614854 - 5

REPRESENTATION OF VERBAL MEANINGSIN THE KAILI LANGUAGE SLOGAN — 267UlinsaCULTUREFUNDAMENTAL IDENTITY OF PANGERAN DIPONEGARA IN JAVA WAR (1825-1830)AND ITS TRACE IN PASAREAN GUNUNG KAWI — 279Bani Sudardi, Istadiyantha, Dwi SulistyoriniHARMONIZATION AND LOCAL INTEREST IN “PULO KEMARO” LEGEND IN THEINDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION 4.0 — 285Basuki Sarwo EdiBANJIHA, ANOTHER SIDE OF KOREAN CULTURE PARASITE FILM CASE STUDYANALYSIS OF CULTURAL STUDIES — 291Brillianing PratiwiSTRENGTHENING THE CHARACTER OF THE YOUNG GENERATION THROUGHVERBAL EXPRESSIONS OF ORAL TRADITIONSIN THE CUSTOMARY PROCESS — 299Dakia N. DjoULOCAL WISDOM TANGGAP ING SASMITA IN SERAT WULANG REH ASCONTRIBUTION TO JAVA CULTURE FOR GLOBAL WORLD LIFE — 307Esti Ismawati, Warsito, KunAndyanAninditoTHE LOCAL WISDOM VALUES IN THE FOLKLORES OF CENTRAL SULAWESI:A CHARACTER-BUILDING STUDY — 315M. Asri B., SitiFatinah, Sitti HarisahLOCAL IDENTITY IN THE SRAGEN’S BATIK PARANG SUKOWATI LINK — 327Nanang Rizali, Bani SudardiFIGURE OF SEMAR IN THE JAVANESE PUPPET STORY AS A SYMBOL OFCHARACTER BUILDING IN THE JAVANESE SOCIETY — 333Nanik Herawati, D. B. Putut Setiadi, Erry PranawaPATIWANGI, THE TRADITION OF MARRIAGEIN CARITA CUTET KATIBÉN BÉN TEBÉN BY I MADÉ SUARSA:A STUDY OF LITERATURE ANTROPOLOGY — 339Ni Nyoman Tanjung TuraeniMULTICULTURAL EDUCATION IN GEGURITAN SIRNA KERTANING BUMI — 347Ni Putu ParminiTABOO IN THE BAJAU TOROSIAJE TRIBE SOCIETY, POHUWATO DISTRICT,GORONTALO PROVINCE — 353Nur Aina Ahmad, Eka SartikaPROTONATIONALISM REPRESENTATION IN BABAD SUMENEP AND BABADMADURA — 363PurwaningsihviSECRETARIAT OF NATIONAL COMMITTEEd.a. Grha STR, Jalan Ampera Raya Nomor 11, Telepon (021) 7813708, Jakarta Selatan12550 Website: http://hiski.or.idBank Mandiri Account No: 142 00 1614854 - 5

DEVELOPMENT OF CHARACTERS OF ISLANDS COMMUNITY THROUGH THEFOLKLORE OF PANGLIMA HITAM AND THE KING OF TIDUNG AS LOCALACTIVITIES OF TIDUNG ISLAND — 373Siti Gomo Attas, Gres Grasia Azmin, MarwiahUNDERSTANDING CULTURAL VALUES IN ORAL TRADITION LEGENDOF KULAWI ETHNIC AS THE NATION CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT VISION — 383Tamrin, NursyamsiSOCIAL INTERACTION IN BABAD KOPI PARAHYANGAN — 393Thera WidyastutiEDUCATIONMODERN ASIAN LITERATURE AND ITS ROLE IN EDUCATION ACROSS ASIA ANDBEYOND — 403Ali MustofaDECONSTRUCTION OF HEGEMONY IN LITERATURE LEARNINGIN 4.0 INDUSTRY ERA — 413Fatmah AR. UmarCHARACTER EDUCATIONIN POST-WAR JAPANESE CHILDREN’S LITERATURE IN THE 1960S PERIOD:THE POLEMIC BETWEEN REALISM AND DIDACTICISM — 429Indah Fitriani, Lina Meilinawati, Amaliatun SalehaLEARNING THROUGH GAME:A WAY TO IMPROVE INDONESIAN LANGUAGE SKILLS — 441Lina Meilinawati Rahayu, Aquarini Priyatna, Baban BanitaTEACHERS’ ABILITY TO CAPTURE THE CHARACTERS CONTENT IN BASICCOMPETENCIES RELATED TO LITERATURE APPRECIATION LEARNINGMATERIALS — 451Lis SetiawatiDEVELOPMENT OF MODEL TEACHING MATERIALS FOR BUGIS-MAKASSARREGIONAL LANGUAGES BASED ON ANGNGARU LOCAL WISDOM — 459M. Marwiah, Muhammad AkhirTHE EXISTENCE OF THE INFORMATIONAL FUNCTION OF THE MAKASSAR ORALPOETRY IN BUILDING THE STUDENTS CHARACTER — 469Muhammad AliLEARNING LITERATURE BY UTILIZING MEDIA SONG LYRICS — 481Ratu BadriyahDEVELOPING MODERN SITI ZUBAIDAH DRAMA SCRIPT LEARNING MATERIALWRITING FOR EFL STUDENTS — 487Rita Inderawati, NurhayativiiSECRETARIAT OF NATIONAL COMMITTEEd.a. Grha STR, Jalan Ampera Raya Nomor 11, Telepon (021) 7813708, Jakarta Selatan 12550Website: http://hiski.or.idBank Mandiri Account No: 142 00 1614854 - 5

REPRESENTATION OF LITERARY TOURISMIN TEXT STUDY AND THE TOMB CAVE OF SITTI NURBAYAI Nyoman SuakaDepartment of Indonesian Language and LiteratureIKIP Saraswati TabananEmail, imans[email protected] purpose of this paper is to describe the text of the novel Sitti Nurbaya by MarahRusli isassociated with a grave and Sitti Nurbaya soap opera. The linkage of these three variables inthe literary tourism frame (literary tourism) is a new approach in the study of literature. Theliterary tourism approach which is now looking for that form departs from the approach ofliterary sociology, literary psychology, literary anthropology and others that have beenestablished as literary theories. In this analysis, an intertextuality approach will be used. Datawere collected through observation of novel texts, SittiNurbaya soap operas and directobservations to the SittiNurbaya tomb cave located on the summit of Mount Padang, WestSumatra. Data was also obtained from interviews with officers and visitors of the SittiNurbayaPark attraction. Data analysis is intertext data analysis by juxtaposing novel texts, soap operasand the existence of SittiNurbaya’s grave cave. The results showed that the story of the SittiNurbaya novel became its own charm in the development of tourism in the city of Padang, WestSumatra. The SittiNurbaya tomb cave is part of Taman Sitti Nurbaya which is created withdomestic and foreign tourists on certain days. As a legendary story, the Sitti Nurbaya story isbelieved by the local community to have occurred, even though Marah Rusli’s creation isfictional. The Sitti Nurbaya Park was used as the location for the Sitti Nurbaya soap operaplayed by Novia Kolopaking as Sitti Nurbaya, Gusti Randa as Samsul Bahri, HM Damsyik asDatuk Maringgih and other famous artists. Even the new bridge that was built towards theMount Padang hill was named the Sitti Nurbaya Bridge. Thus the study of novel texts, gravecaves and Sitti Nurbaya soap operas supports the concept and approach of literary tourism(literary tourism).Keywords: Sitti Nurbaya text, tomb cave, literary tourism.INTRODUCTIONLiterary studies with a tourism approach are late in Indonesia. This delay seemsinseparable from the delay in the presence of tourism as a science. The presence of tourism asa new science was recognized in 2008, marked by the recognition of the status of the tourismdiploma IV level to S-1 and the tourism science study program (PSIK) to the Faculty ofTourism. Since then, tourism studies have is starting to squirm. However, because the area isbroad, including management, marketing, cultural tourism, ecotourism, hospitality,transportation, film tourism, education, dark tourism, the study of tourism literature has notbeen touched (Putra, 2019).References in the form of books that discuss literary tourism are also very rare.Discussions on this topic in Indonesia have only been stretched during the Covid 19 pandemicseason in early 2020 through seminars, limited publications, and book publishing. When thearticle is written the International Conference of Indonesian Literature Scholars (HISKI) inGorontalo (Sulawesi) raised literary tourism as the sub-theme of the seminar. Almost at thesame time, the book Tourism Literature also appeared (Anoegrajekti, et al, 2020). Accordingto the editorial team of this book, literature and tourism have a reciprocal relationship. Manyliterary works are inspired by tourism, and conversely, many tourist destinations are popular51SECRETARIAT OF NATIONAL COMMITTEEd.a. Grha STR, Jalan Ampera Raya Nomor 11, Telepon (021) 7813708, Jakarta Selatan 12550Website: http://hiski.or.idBank Mandiri Account No: 142 00 1614854 - 5

because of literary works. However, literary studies with a tourism approach have not beenpresent in Indonesia as a figure of a special approach.Overcoming this scarcity, an interesting article appeared entitled Literary Tourism:Literary Studies with a Tourism Approach (Putra, 2019). This article introduces a new approachto literary tourism by prese