Robert Langdon's Anima in and Brown's The Lost Symbol
Hakiki, Widana Imsah Maula
Dewi, Nenden Rikma
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Anima is an inner feminine side that may be owned by a male person. Thus, this study is aimed to discover anima in The Lost Symbol novel by Dan Brown. This study focuses on anima in Robert Langdon as a protagonist in The Lost Symbol. It uses anima theory by Carl G. Jung (1968) applied through the Content Analysis Method by systematically evaluating the data found on the novel. This study also used characterization theory using showing-telling method by Albertine Minderop (2005) to analyze the data. Based on data analysis the anima can be found in protagonist by action, dialogue, and thought. This study concludes that, anima can be found in literature aspects such as, novel or character on novel itself, both the aspects as a whole and in small way. The anima can be found on novel or character on novel, and proves that psyche, archetype, and anima can be found in literature aspects.