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MA English 4th SEM Syllabus Download (APSU)

 MA English 4th SEM Syllabus Download (APSU)

Theme of Love & Sexuality in Kamala Das' Poetry

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Theme of Love & Sexuality in Kamala Das' Poetry Introduction : Kamala Das : Kamala Das, popularly known by her one-time pen name Madhavikutty, is one of the most popular Indo-Anglian poets. She was one of the bold contemporary Indian women writers. Her contribution is enormous in the growth of Indian poetry in English. She was one of the first Indian writers to explore sexual themes in her work. Kamala Das' original name was Kamala Surayya. Apart from being a great Indian English poet and writer, she was also a leading Malayalam author from Kerala. Her popularity is based chiefly on her short stories and autobiographical writings, while her oeuvre in English, written under the name Kamala Das, is noted for the poems and explicit autobiography. She was also a widely read columnist and wrote on diverse topics including women's issues, child care, politics among others etc. Kamala's poetry is confessional and autobiographical. Her poems have often been consid

Landmarks of life of Eugene O'Neill

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Landmarks of life of Eugene O'Neill  Q. Show your acquaintance with the landmarks of the life of Eugene O'Neill. Introduction : Eugene O'Neill : Eugene Gladstone O'Neill was an American playwright, who brought the element of seriousness in American drama. His poetically titled plays were among the first to introduce into the U.S. the drama techniques of realism, earlier associated with Russian playwright Anton Chekhov, Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen, and Swedish playwright August Strindberg.  Eugene O'Neill left behind him five unquestioned masterpieces : Desire under the Elms, Strange Interlude, Mourning becomes Electra, The Iceman Cometh, and Long day's journey into night . He is acknowledged for his distinguished serious American drama.  He was awarded with nobel prize in literature for his outstanding contribution. Eugene O'Neill Profile Born 16 oct 1888, New York Died 27 nov 1953, Boston Profession Playwrigh

MA English 4th Semester (Indian English Writings) Question Paper @2

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 M. A. (Fourth Semester) Examination ENGLISH LITERATURE (Questions Paper) Indian Writing in English Time Allowed : Three hours Maximum Marks : 35 Note: Attempt all questions. All question carries equal marks. 1. Discuss Kamala Das as a confessional poet with reference to the poems prescribed in your syllabus. 2. ‘Finding out about oneself is the main theme of the English Teacher.’ How far do you agree with this s tatement? 3. Discuss how Sashi Deshpande’s novel. That, Long Silence depicts the sufferings of a modern Indian woman i n a middle-class family. 4. Do you consider Amitav Ghosh’s The Shadow Lines as a Partition fiction? Justify. 5. Mulk Raj Anand’s novels depict the problems of Indian Society realistically. Discuss with reference to his n ovel Untouchable. Related Links Important Topics & Questions Critical Theory Edward Said : Orientalism American Literature Thoreau : Civil disobedience British Literature Synchronic & Diachronic

MA English 4th Semester Questions Paper (American Literature) @2

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 M. A (Fourth Semester) Examination English Literature Questions Paper American Literature Time Allowed : Three hours Maximum Marks : 35 Note: Attempt all questions. All question carries equal marks. 1. What does emerson say about scholors in ‘American Scholar’? Discuss. 2. What is the main theme of ‘Civil Disobedience’? 3. Emily Dickinson is ‘an original poet. She had no master and no disciple.’ Discuss and illustrate. 4. Discuss Sylvia Plath as a confessional poet? Does her work challenge the designation? Give reasons for your answer . 5. Discuss Tennessee Williams as a dramatist. Related Links Important Topics & Questions Critical Theory Edward Said : Orientalism American Literature Thoreau : Civil disobedience Theme of Untouchable Synchronic & Diachronic Linguistics Morphology Morph, morphemes & Allomorphs 

MA English 4th Semester Question paper (English Language) @2

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 M. A. (Fourth Semester) Examination English Literature Questions Paper English Language Time Allowed : Three hours Maximum Marks : 35 Note : Attempt all questions. Each question carries equal marks. 1. Explain Roots and Affixes, also write in detail about types of affixes. 2. Explain the ten proceses of Word Formation in English with examples. 3. What are the seven basic clause type of sentence according to David Crystal? Illustrate with examples. 4. Write a note on classification of Tones. 5. Write a detail note on Phrases and its type s.

MA English 4th Semester Question paper (Critical Theory) @2

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 M. A (Fourth Semester) Examination ENGLISH Literature Questions Paper Critical Theory Time Allowed : Three hours Maximum Marks : 35 Note: Attempt all questions. All question carries equal marks. 1. Discuss post colonialism and orientalism in detail. 2. Discuss basic trends in feminist criticism. 3. Discuss F.R. Leavis as a critic. 4. Edward said as a critic. Discuss. 5. Discuss the contemporary trends in critical theory. Related Links Important links & PYQs Critical Theory Edward Said : Orientalism American Literature Thoreau : Civil disobedience British Literature Synchronic & Diachronic Linguistics Morphology Morph, morphemes & Allomorphs  .

MA (English) Questions Paper (American Literature) - Semester-3

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MA SEM-III EXAM PAPER Govt. College Maiher AMERICAN LITERATURE Q1. Choose the correct option:- 1×5 =5 Marks 1) Emerson's essay ' Self Reliance' talks about :- a) the relationship of human soul with God b) the relationship between soul and personal ego c) a man can become strong and self reliant only when he rejects all outside support and stands alone d) all of these 2) Walt Whitman's poem "O captain! My Captain!" was written on the death of the American president.... a) Abraham Lincoln b) John F Kennedy c)Theodore Roosevelt d) Jimmy Carter 3) In which year Frost was elected to the membership of the national institute of Arts and letters? a) 1912 b) 1916 c) 1815 d) 1938 4) Who is called the father of American transcendentalism? a) Emerson b) Robert Frost c) William Wordsworth d) Coleridge 5) The real name of Mark Twain is.. a) Samuel langhome Clemens b) John Marshall Clemens c) Orion Clemens d) Olivia Clemens SECTION-B Short Answer Type Question

Privious year question paper of MA English Literature (Critical Theory) Paper - 1 (3rd semester)

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Privious Year Question paper of Critical Theory (MA English Literature) MA SEM III EXAM 2021 DEGREE COLLEGE SATNA SECTION - A Objective Type Questions Q1. Choose the correct option :- 1) Who said, "Plot is the soul of tragedy"? a) Homer                     b) Aristotle c) Longinus                 d) Dryden 2) Sources of sublimity are :- a) Two                          b) Three  c) Four                         d) Five 3) Who said, " poetry is a spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings" ? a) Longinus                 b) Arnold c) Wordsworth           d) Coleridge 4) The concept of fancy and imagination was propounded by :- a) Coleridge                 b) Wordsworth  c) Sydney                     d) Dr. Johnson 5) Touchstone method is associated with :- a) Eliot                          b) Mathew Arnold  c) Coleridge                 d) Dr. Johnson Read More in Literary Criticism and Theories (Click Below 👇) 1 All Important Links

Sources of Sublime by Longinus| Five sources of Sublimity by Cassius Longinus| Critical Theory

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FIVE SOURCES Of SUBLIMITY By LONGINUS đź“„Contents :- 1.  What is Sublime? 2.  Five Sources of Sublimity / Sublime : Grandeur of Thought,   Powerful emotions,   Appropriate use of figures of speech,   Nobility of Diction,   Dignified Composition. 3.  More in Critical Theory. 4.  Frequently Asked Questions. đź’ˇWhat is Sublime? On the Sublime , a work arguably by Cassius Longinus, is a great work in the field of literary criticism and comes second only to Aristotle's famous work poetics . This work is most famous for it's detailed description on the five principle sources of Sublimity. Longinus  was a Graeco-Roman thinker and philosopher. He was greatly influenced by Plato. Scott-James has called him the first romantic critic as he laid emphasis on the creative faculty of man. In his work On the Sublime   Longinus talks about the concept of sublimity, its nature, sources and how one could achieve sublimity in a work. According to Longinus Sublime /  Sub