PU MA English Part 2 Syllabus

PU MA English Syllabus

Appendix A: Outline of MA English Part Two Compulsory Papers and Books.

Paper No. Paper Name Marks
Paper I Poetry II 100
Paper II Drama II 100
Paper III Novel III 100
Paper IV Literary Criticism 100

Appendix A: MA English Part two Optional Papers. At least one paper is mandatory from below appended list of papers.

Paper No. Paper Name Marks
Paper V Short Stories 100
Paper VI Literature in English Around the World 100
Paper VII Linguistics 100
Paper VIII Essay 100

Total Marks: 500

Appendix B: Details of MA English Part II Papers with Author Names

Paper I: Poetry II

1.Blake: A Selection from Songs of Innocence & Experience
i) Auguries of Innocence
ii) The Sick Rose
iii) London
iv) A Poison Tree
v) A Divine Image
vi) From Milton: And Did Those Feet
vii) Holy Thursday (I)
viii) The Tyger
ix) Ah, Sun Flower
x) Holy Thursday (II)

2. Coleridge: The Ancient Mariner
Kubla Khan
Dejection: An Ode

3. Keats: Hyperion Book I
Ode to Autumn
Ode to a Nightingale
Ode on a Grecian Urn

4. Philip Larkin: Mr. Bleaney
Church Going
Ambulances
1914

5. Seamus Heaney: Personal Helicon
Tolland Man
A Constable Calls
Toome Road
Casting and Gathering

6. Ted Hughes: Thought Fox
Chances
That Morning
Full Moon and Freida

Paper II: Drama II

1. Ibsen: Hedda Gabler
2. Chekov: The Cherry Orchard
3. Brecht: Galileo Galili
4. Beckett:Waiting for Godot
5. Edward Bond: The Sea

Paper III: Novel II

1. Conrad: Heart of Darkness
2. Joyce: Portrait of an Artist as a Young Man
3. Woolf: To the Lighthouse
4. Achebe: Things Fall Apart
5. Ahmad Ali: Twilight in Delhi

Paper IV: (Literary Criticism) Practical Criticism

1. Aristotle: Poetics
2. Raymond William’s: Modern Tragedy
3. Catherine Belsey: Critical Practice
4. T.S. Eliot: Tradition and the Individual Talent
5. Philip Sidney: Apology for Poetry

Optional Papers

Paper V: Short Stories

1. Sara Suleri: The Property of Women
2. Naguib Mahfuz: The Mummy
3. E.Allen Poe: The Man of the Crowd
4. Doris Lessing: African Short Story
5. Flannery O’Connor: Everything that Rises Must Converge
6. J.Joyce: The Dead
7. Nadine Gordimer: Ultimate Safari
Once upon a time
8. Kafka: The Judgement
9. Achebe: Civil Peace
10. Okri: What the Tapster Saw
11. Hanif Qureshi: My Son the Fanatic
12. D.H.Lawrence: The Man who Loved Islands
13. W.Trevor: The Day
14. AliceWalker: Strong Horse Tea
15. V.S. Pritchett: The Voice
16. Brian Friel: The Diviner
17. H.E. Bates: The Woman who Loved
Imagination
18. Ali Mazuri: The Fort
19. Amy Tan : The Voice from the Wall
20. A.Chekov: The Man who lived in a Shell
21. Braithwaite: Dream Hatii
22. V.S. Naipaul: The Nightwatchman’s
Occurrence Book
23. E. Hemingway: A Clean Well Lighted Place

PAPER VI: (Literature in English Around the World)

Drama

1. Lorca: House of Bernada Alba
2. Brian Friel: Translations

Novel

1. Nugugi: The River Between
2. Solzhynetsin: A Day in the life of Ivan
Denisovitch Poetry
1. Taufiq Rafat: Thinking of Mohenjodaro
The Stone Chat
The Last Visit
2. Daud Kamal:Reproduction
The Street of Nightingale
A Remote Beginning
3. Maki Qureshi:Air Raid
Kite
Christmas
Letter to my Sister
4. A. Hashmi:Encounter with the Sirens
Autumnal
But Where is the Sky?
5. Zulfiqar Ghose: Across India
February 1952
The Mystique of Root
A Memory of Asia
6. Shirley Lim: Monsoon History
Modern Secrets
7. Vikram Seth:Humble Administrators
Garden
8. Anna Akhmatova:Prologue Epilogue
9. Derek Walcott: Far Cry From Africa
10. Ben Okri: African Elegy
11. Achebe: Refugee Mother & Child
Mango Seed
12. Nasim Ezekiel: Night of the Scorpion
Goodbye Party for Miss Pushpa
13. Moniza AlviThe Country at my Shoulder

Paper VII (Linguistics)

Introduction
Phonetics
Phonology
Morphology
Syntax
Semantics
Stylistics.

Paper VIII: (Essay)

Essay

 

Note: Education broadens the horizon. You get a lot of knowledge from different areas and become an interesting interlocutor. Very controversial argument. In my experience, the most interesting interlocutors are those who are passionate about something, and it does not matter what kind of education they received. It is much more interesting for me to communicate with a traveler who has graduated from primary school than with a top manager with a tower whose interests are limited to career and acquisitions of consumer goods. Education gives specialized knowledge. True, but with reservations. Or that my house is painted by an architect who has learned to create models in 3D-max. But, as you know, the list of such professions is very small. Education teaches you to learn. Work with literature, learn a huge amount of knowledge for a limited amount of time (the night before the exam), negotiate with the teacher when you do not know the subject, etc. All this can be learned outside the university. The university gives useful links. This is yes, the student brotherhood creates a pretty close relationship, which really in the future can help you achieve financial success. Education teaches systemic thinking. Fundamental education gives a picture of phenomena in general, allows us to see the interrelationships between different areas. This gives flexibility. A person who has completed accounting courses can become an accountant, and even a good one. A graduate of a financial institution can become an accountant, an auditor, an analyst, a manager, a financial controller, an underwriter …

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