INTERTEKSTUALITAS PUISI “PADAMU JUA” AMIR HAMZAH DAN PUISI “DOA” CHAIRIL ANWAR: Menelusuri ‘Cahaya’ al-Qur’an dalam Puisi Sufistik Indonesia
Al-Ma’ruf, Ali Imron
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The study focussed on the intertextual analysis of poems “Padamu Jua”, masterpiece of Amir Hamzah and “Doa”, masterpiece of Chairil Anwar. The study aims to describe: (1) the intertexts relation of the poem “Padamu Jua” and “Doa”; (2) the influence of the poem “Padamu Jua” as hypogram on the poem “Doa”; and (3) to describe the possibility of the al-Qur’an as an inspiration source. The research method is qualitative since it uses participant observation technique. This means that the researcher gets into the realms of data, comprehends them, and continuously systematizes the object of study. The object of study is the intertextualities of the two poems while the data are qualitative types in the form of verbal word or discourse within the poem text. The result of study shows that: (1) there is intertextual relation between the poem “Padamu Jua” and “Doa”; the poem “Padamu Jua” is as a hypogram while the poem “Doa” is as its transformation; (2) directly or indirectly, the poem “Padamu Jua” and the poem “Doa” can be seen on the structure, the imagination use, and a slight different expression of its theme; (3) there is a strong tendency that the two poems constitute the Indonesian sufistic bellesletters inspired by the al-Qur’an verse “Light of above Light” ( S. an-Nur: 35) as its hypogram. Therefore, the two poems are categorized as highly valuable works which are successfully to integrate the devine and human dimension.