PARADOKS RUANG TUBUH DALAM PUISI “SAKRAMEN” KARYA JOKO PINURBO: KAJIAN ‘PASCAKOLONIAL TUBUH’ SARA UPSTONE

https://doi.org/10.22146/poetika.v2i1.10413

Dwi Rahariyoso(1*)

(1) Bahasa dan Sastra Indonesia FBS UNY
(*) Corresponding Author

Abstract


This essay explains about postcolonial space body in the poem Sakramen by Joko Pinurbo. In the Upstone
postcolonial context, body is the subject which being ordered the same with home, journey, nation, and city. Body becomes
the last space in colonialism, as a form of power and ownership implementation in supporting the existed systems. Body
becomes part of colonial absolute definition target, but there is posibility of redefinition continuance. This research
finds that body construction is found in Sakramen poem paradoxically presents dialiectic between body and soul which
revolve in the matter of God as body. This construction in the end becomes self-deconstruction for the author which
ontologically refers that body (material) is destroyed in impermanence, while spirit (idea) of Christ as God is idealized
in unity. In the end, this condition directs that the ideal contruction is in the spirit world, while in here, (the empirical,
physical) is just irony.
Keyword: space, post-colonialism, chaos, altenative body, whole budy, paradox, self-deconstruction, irony.



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