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This article is aimed to study the uniqueness of female character or heroine in Gillian Flynn's novels entitled Dark Places (2009) dan Gone Girl (2012). The concept of heroin and gynocriticism approaches is used to examine the uniqueness of the main character in both novels. Amy Dunne in Gone Girl and Libby Day pada Dark Places can be considered as antiheroine. From the result of the analysis, it can be concluded that Flynn introduced an interesting female characterization. The anti-heroinedoi:10.25077/vj.8.1.19-25.2019 fatcat:zmwp4vohcrgdvidsv5usekbqa4