NARRATIVE
Created by : Verawati Indah L
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LUTUNG KASARUNG & PURBASARI
PRABU Tapa Agung was an
old king. He had two
daughters, Purbararang and
Purbasari. Prabu T...
Hearing this, Purbararang was angry.
"You cannot ask her to be the queen,
Father. I'm older than she is. It's supposed
...
Later, Purbasari had bad
skin. There were black
dots all over her body.
"You are not as beautiful
as I am. You cannot ...
Purbasari was very sad. Now she had to stay in the jungle. Everyday
she spent her time playing with some animals there
There was one monkey that always tried to cheer her up. It was not just
an ordinary monkey, he had magical power. And he ...
Lutung Kasarung planned to
help Purbasari. He made a small
lake and asked her to take a bath
there. Amazingly, her bad ...
Purbararang was very shocked. She
knew she had to come up with
another bad idea. She then said,
"Those who have longer ...
Purbasari was sad. She knew Purbararang's
fiance, Indrajaya, was handsome. And she
did not have a fiance yet. "Here is m...
Suddenly, Lutung Kasarung
changed into a very a handsome
man. He was even more handsome
than Indrajaya.
Purbasari then...
Generic Structure
Orientation
Sets the scene and introduces the
participants
Evaluation
A stepping back to evaluate the plight
Complication
A crisis arises
Resolution
The crisis is resolved, for better or for worse
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  • 1. NARRATIVE Created by : Verawati Indah L F O L K L O R E
  • 2. LUTUNG KASARUNG & PURBASARI PRABU Tapa Agung was an old king. He had two daughters, Purbararang and Purbasari. Prabu Tapa Agung planned to retire as a king. He wanted Purbasari to replace him as the leader of the kingdom. Part of Structure
  • 3. Hearing this, Purbararang was angry. "You cannot ask her to be the queen, Father. I'm older than she is. It's supposed to be me, not her!" said Purbararang. But the king still chose Purbasari to be the next queen. Purbararang then set a bad plan with her fiance, Indrajaya. Together they went to a witch and asked her to put a spell on Purbasari. Part of Structure Part of Structure
  • 4. Later, Purbasari had bad skin. There were black dots all over her body. "You are not as beautiful as I am. You cannot be the queen. Instead, you have to leave this palace and stay in a jungle," said Purbararang
  • 5. Purbasari was very sad. Now she had to stay in the jungle. Everyday she spent her time playing with some animals there
  • 6. There was one monkey that always tried to cheer her up. It was not just an ordinary monkey, he had magical power. And he also could talk with humans. The monkey's name was Lutung Kasarung. He was actually a god. His name was Sanghyang Gurumina.
  • 7. Lutung Kasarung planned to help Purbasari. He made a small lake and asked her to take a bath there. Amazingly, her bad skin was cured. Now she got her beautiful skin back. After that, she asked Lutung Kasarung to accompany her to go back to the palace.
  • 8. Purbararang was very shocked. She knew she had to come up with another bad idea. She then said, "Those who have longer hair will be the queen." The king then measured his daughters' hair. Purbasari had longer hair. But Purbararang did not give up. "A queen must have a handsome husband. If my fiance is more handsome than yours, then I will be the queen," said Purbararang
  • 9. Purbasari was sad. She knew Purbararang's fiance, Indrajaya, was handsome. And she did not have a fiance yet. "Here is my fiancé, Indrajaya. Where is yours?" asked Purbararang. Lutung Kasarung came forward. Purbararang was laughing very hard. "Your fiance is a monkey, ha ha ha."
  • 10. Suddenly, Lutung Kasarung changed into a very a handsome man. He was even more handsome than Indrajaya. Purbasari then became the queen. She forgave Purbararang and her fiance and let them stay in the palace Part of Structure
  • 11. Generic Structure Orientation Sets the scene and introduces the participants
  • 12. Evaluation A stepping back to evaluate the plight
  • 13. Complication A crisis arises
  • 14. Resolution The crisis is resolved, for better or for worse