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What is the syllabus of M.A in English under IGNOU?


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the syllabus of M.A in English under IGNOU are as follows:

I Year Courses

MEG-01 British Poetry
MEG-02 British Drama
MEG-03 British Novel
MEG-04 Aspects of Language

II Year Courses

MEG-05 Literary Criticism and Theory
MEG-06 American Literature
MEG-07 Indian English Literature
MEG-08 New Litertatures in English
MEG-09 Australian Literature
MEG-11 American Novel
MEG-12 A Survey Course in 20th Century Canadian Literature
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To pursue M.A in English under IGNOU, you should have completed graduation in any discipline from a recognized university. There is no age limit for the admission. The first year M.A in English includes 4 compulsory courses. The syllabus for the first year consists of British Drama, Aspects of Language, British Poetry, and British Novel. The second year M.A includes 1 compulsory course and 3 optional courses. The title of the compulsory course is Literary Criticism and Theory. You have to choose any three from the 7 optional courses. The titles of the optional courses are Indian English Literature, American Literature, A survey course in 20th century Canadian Literature, Australian Literature, English Studies in India, New Literatures in English, and American Novel.
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The marks requeired to pass MA English?
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can we go to technical writing job after ma in english
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tell me the details of australian and canadian literature....??????
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can we score distinction through MA??
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IGNOU Master's Degree Programmes in English (MEG)

The aim of the Master's Degree Programmes in English (MEG) is to give the learners exposure to a wide range of literatures with a sound base in language. Learners will acquire critical abilities and lingustic competence.

The Programme comprises the following courses:

I Year Courses

MEG-01 British Poetry
MEG-02 British Drama
MEG-03 British Novel
MEG-04 Aspects of Language

II Year Courses

MEG-05 Literary Criticism and Theory
MEG-06 American Literature
MEG-07 Indian English Literature
MEG-08 New Litertatures in English
MEG-09 Australian Literature
MEG-11 American Novel
MEG-12 A Survey Course in 20th Century Canadian Literature

Syllabus of similar courses offered by other Universities in India

The following is a partial list of syllabus of courses similar to Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) - offered by other Universities in India

1.University of Delhi - MA English Syllabus
2.Acharya Nagarjuna University Center for Distance Education MA English Syllabus
3. Alagappa University Directorate of Distance Education MA English Syllabus
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what is the entrence date of m.a in english literature 2012 program
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Can i persue m.a english from ignou university? Now i am doing m.a history from punjabi university patyala by corespondence. I mean to say that, is it legal to do two digrees in same year?
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I want to know d names of d books on d papers of 1st&2nd years course English subject of ignou
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plz mention the three other optional subjects which would b bst in second year m a english.i am confused about the options......
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I wud like 2 knw the expand syllabus and the name of books which m gng 2 study in ist year M.A English..........Total no. of books?
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can you provide me.. contents or lessons in British poetry
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do v have to all d blocks 4 d exams. Its so confusing.
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which of the chapters are detailed in british dramma?
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I have passed B.A. with 45% in 2005 as a SC candidate and also serving in army. Can I do MA in english by correspondence ? pl give suggesstion me.
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i am doing m a english crosspendence . What is sllybus of meg1
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Hi friend.!
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M.A. English
Syllabus
M.A. Part I : Introduced from June 2008
M.A. Part II : Introduced from June 2009
Total marks for each Semester Paper : 100
Division of 100 marks : 80 + 20
(Theory) (CIE)
Division of CIE 20 marks = A) Oral Test ( Core Paper) : 10 marks
B) Home assignments ( each Paper) : 10 marks
For Each Paper, Units: 4 Lecture Hours: 15 for each unit
Four Credits for Four Units
Papers for Credit by Choice
M. A. I
Semester I : Indian English Literature Part I
Semester II : Indian English Literature Part II
M. A. II
Semester III : 20th Century British Literature Part I
Semester IV : 20th Century British Literature Part II
Core Papers and Electives Papers:
M.A.Part I Semester Core Paper I – I Literatures in English Poetry – Part I
Core Paper II- Literatures in English Novel – Part I
Core Paper III- Basic Concepts in Linguistics – Part I
IV- Elective Paper from one of the five Groups / Credit
by Choice Paper
Semester II - Core Paper V- Literatures in English Poetry – Part II
Core Paper VI- Literatures in English Novel – Part II
Core Paper VII- Basic Concepts in Linguistics – Part II
VIII- Elective Paper from the same Group which paper IV was
offered in Semester I / Credit by Choice Paper
M. A. Part II Semester III- Core Paper IX- Literatures in English Drama – Part I
Core Paper X- Critical Theories - Part I
XI & XII - Elective Paper from the same Group from which
Paper I was offered in Semester I / Credit by
Choice Paper
Semester IV- Core Paper XIII- Literatures in English Drama – Part II
Core Paper XIV- Critical Theories - Part II
XV& XVI - Elective Paper from the same group from which
Paper IV was offered in Semester I / Credit by Choice Paper
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Elective Papers :
Group Paper IV & VIII Paper XI & XII Paper XV & XVI
1. Linguistics Applied Linguistics Teaching of English
Language and Literature
Stylistics
2. Comparative
Literature
Comparative Literature
(English & Marathi)
Translation Studies :
Theory & Practice
Indian Novel in
Translation
3. New
Literatures in
English
Indian English
Literature
African & Caribbean
Literatures
Australian &
Canadian Literatures
4. American
Literature
19th Century American
Literature
20th Century American
Literature
Black American &
Native American
Literatures
5. British
literature
British Literature from
Chaucer to the end of
the 17th Century
British Literature from
Pope to the end of the
19th Century
20th Century British
Literature
Detailed Syllabus
Semester I
Core Paper I: Literature in English: Poetry - Part I
Unit 1
General Topic: Elizabethan Poetry
Prescribed Text: Edmund Spenser - Fairie Queene – Book I
Unit 2
General Topic: Victorian Poetry
Prescribed Text: Alfred Tennyson - The Lotus Eaters
Unit 3
Prescribed Text: Walt Whitman - “Children of Adam” from Leaves of Grass
Unit 4
Prescribed Text: Arun Kolatkar - Sarpsatra
Books for Reference:
1. Drew, Elizabeth, Poetry: A Modern Guide to its Understanding and Enjoyment.
New York, Dell Publishing Co. 1970.
2. Alpera, B. ed. Penguin Critical Anthology: Spenser. Harmondsworth; Penguin,
1969.
3. Bruce King, Modern Indian Poetry in English, OUP. Bombay, 1992.
4. Norman, Charles. (Ed.). Poets on Poetry. New York, Collier Macmillan Ltd. 1965.
5. Pattison, Robert. Tennyson and Tradition. Harward. 1979.
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Core Paper II : Literature in English: Novel – Part I
Unit 1
General Topic: Rise and Development of Novel as a Genre
Prescribed Text: Lawrence Sterne - Tristram Shandy,
Unit 2
General Topic: Aspects of Novel
Prescribed Text: Gustave Flaubert - Madam Bovary
Unit 3
Prescribed Text: Cervantes - Don Quixote,
Unit 4
Prescribed Text: Leo Tolstoy : Anna Karenina
Books for Reference :
1. Forster, E. M. : Aspects of the Novel, London, 1949
2. Brooks and Warren: Understanding Fiction, Prentice Hall, 1959
3. Kermode, Frank: Sense of an Ending. OUP , 1967
4. Walt, Ian: The Rise of the Novel, Penguin, 1957
5. Steiner, George: Tolstoy or Dostoyevsky: An Essay in Contrast. London:
Faber, 1980.
6 Nelson, Lowry, Jr.(ed.) : Cervantes : A Collection of Critical Essays.
Engle wood Cliffs, NJ. : Prentice-Hall, 1969.
Core Paper III: Basic Concepts in Linguistics Part I
Unit 1
Prescribed Topic - Sociolinguistics :
Chapter 1 and 2 from Hudson's Sociolinguistics)
Unit 2
A) Prescribed Topic – Sociolinguistics
(Chapter 1 from Krishnaswamy's Modern Applied Linguistics
B) Prescribed Topic : Bilingualism and Multilingualism
(From Krishnaswamy's Applied Linguistics).
Unit 3
Prescribed Topic- Semantics and Pragmatics
(Chapters 1, 2, 6 and 16 from Leech's Semantics
Chapter 1 to 5 from Palmer's Semantics)
Unit 4
Prescribed Topic – Semantics and Pragmatics
Topics from George Yule's Pragmatics and Leech’s Principles of Pragmatics :
i. Emergence of Pragmatics
ii. Semantics and Pragmatics
iii. Speech situation and Speech event
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iv. Sentence and Utterance.
v. Speech Act Theory.
vi. Co-operative Principle and Politeness Principle.
Books for Reference :
1. Hudson R. A., Sociolinguistics, Cambridge, 1980.
2. Semester II Krishnaswamy, Verma and Nagrajan - Modern Applied Linguistics
(Macmillan, 1992).
3. Geoffrey Leech, Semantics, Pelican, 1974.
4. Palmer, F. R., Semantics, Cambridge, 1981.
5. Leech, Geoffrey. Principles of Pragmatics.
6. George Yule's Pragmatics
7. Adrian A. A’Kmajian, et.al., Linguistics: An Introduction to Language and
Communication
8. Levinson, S.C. Pragmatics, Cambridge University Press, 1997
Semester I
Elective Paper IV Groups
Group 1: Linguistics
Applied Linguistics - Part I
Unit 1
General Topic : : Nature and Scope of Applied Linguistics
Prescribed Topic : Approaches to the Study of Language :
1. Traditional Approach
2. Structural Approach
Unit 2
Prescribed Topic : Approaches to the Study of Language
1 Transformational - Generative Approach
2 Systemic and Functional Approach
Unit 3
General Topic : Different Branches of Applied Linguistics
Prescribed Topic : Theories of L1 Acquisition and L2 Learning :
1. Behaviorist Theories : Pavlov and Skinner
2. Cognitive Theories : Gestalt, Chomsky, Lenneberg, Piaget
Unit 4
Prescribed Topic Theories of L1 Acquisition and L2 Learning :
1 Interlanguage Theory
2 Error Analysis and Contrastive Analysis
Books for Reference :
1. Frank Palmer, Grammar, Penguin, 1971.
2. Crystal David, Linguistics, Pelican, 1971.
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3. Lyons J., Chomsky, Fontana, 1970
4. Corder S. P., Introducing Applied Linguistics, Penguin, 1973
5. Richards J.(ed.), Error Analysis, Longman, 1974
6. Kress Gunther, Halliday : Structure and Function in Languages, Oxford, 1985
7. S. Pit Corder, Error Analysis and Interlanguage, Macmillan, 1986.
Group 2: Comparative Literature
Paper IV: Comparative Literature: English and Marathi – Part I
Unit 1
Prescribed Topic: a) The concept and Nature of Comparative Literature
b) The Development of Comparative Literature in the West and in India
Unit 2
Prescribed Topic: a) Schools of Comparative Literature.
Unit 3
Prescribed Topic: Thematic, Influence and Reception, with reference to the Methodology
of Comparative Literature.
Unit 4
Prescribed Topic: Movement and Genre, with reference to the Methodology
of Comparative Literature.
Books for Reference :
1. Newton, P. Stalknecht and Horst Frenz, (eds.): Comparative Literature: Method
Perspective (University of Southern Illinois Press, 1961), Second enlarged and
modified edition, 1971.
2. Ulrich Weisstein: Comparative Literature and Literature Theory: Survey and
Introduction (Indiana University Press, 1973).
3. Rene Wellek and Austin Warren: Theory of Literature (New York : Harcourt, Brace
and World Inc., 1942).
4. Prawer S. S.: Comparative Literary Studies: An Introduction, (London: Duckworth,
1973).
5. Henry Gifford : Comparative Literature, (Lond : Routledge, Kegan Paul, 1969).
6. Harry, Levin : Ground for Comparison, (Cambridge, Massachusesetts, 1972).
7. Rene Wellek : Discriminations: Further Concepts of Criticism, (New Haven : Yale
University Press, 1970).
8. George Watson : The Study of Literature (Orient Longmans, 1969).
9. Amiya Dev and Sisirkumar Das (Ed.): Comparative Literature ; Theory and Practice,
Applied Publishers, New Delhi.
10. Chandra Mohan (Ed.) : Aspects of Comparative Literature : Current Approaches,
India Publisher & Distributors, New Delhi.
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Group 3: New Literatures in English
Paper IV: Indian English Literature – Part I
Unit 1
General Topic: Problems of Creative Writing in English
Prescribed Text: Raja Rao - The Serpent and the Rope
Unit 2
General Topic: Colonial and post-colonial Discourse
Prescribed Text: Kamala Markandaya - Two Virgins
Unit 3
Prescribed Text: Arun Joshi - The Strange Case of Mr. Billy
Biswas
Unit 4
Prescribed Text: Amitav Ghosh - The Hungry Tides
Books for Reference:
1 Paul Verghese - Problems of the Indian Creative Writers in English, Somaiya,
Bombay,1971.
2 Ashcroff, Griffiths - Empire Writes Back, Routledge, London, 1989..
3 Viney Kirpal - The New Indian Novel in English: A Study of the 1980s. Allied
Publishers, 1990.
4 Dass and Dhawan (ed.) - Fiction of the Nineties, Prestige Books New Delhi, 1994.
5 M. K. Naik - A History of Indian English Literature, Sahitya Akademi, 1989.
6 K. R. S. Iyengar - Indian Writing in English, Asia Publishing House, Bombay, 2000.
Group 4: American Literature
Paper IV: 19th Century American Literature – Part I
Unit 1
General Topic: Puritanism
Prescribed Text Nathaniel,: Hawthorne, - The House of Seven Gables
Unit 2
General Topic: Transcendentalism
Prescribed Text: R.W Emerson Selected Essayss
i) Nature, ii) Beauty, iii) Language,
iv) Discipline, v) Commodity, vi) Idealism, vii)
Spirit, viii) Prospects, viiii) The American Scholar,
x) Self-Reliance, xi) Experience
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Unit 3
General Topic: The Adamic Myth in American literature
Prescribed Text: Herman Melville - Billy Budd, the Sailor
Unit 4
Prescribed Text: Henry David Thoreau, Walden,
Books for Reference :
1. A. N. Kaul Hawthorne, A Collection of Critical Essays,
Englewood Cliffs: Printice-Hall, 1966.
2. Richard Chase (ed) - Herman Melville, A Critical Study, New York:
Macmillan,1947.
3 J. Donald Crowlay (ed)- Hawthorne : The Critical Heritage London, 1985.
4 Tanner Tony - City of Words, American Fiction
Harper and Row publishers, 1980
5 Fogle, R.H. Hawthorne’s Fiction, Norman, University of
Oklahoma Press, 1964.
6 Ford, Boris The New Pelican Guide to American Literature:
American Literature, Vol. 9. London: Penguin, 1995.
Group 5: Elective British Literature
Paper IV : British Literature from Chaucer to the end of the 17th Century – Part I
Unit 1
General Topic: Miracle and Morality Play
Prescribed Text: Thomas Kyd – The Spanish Tragedy
Unit 2
General Topic: Elizabethan Poetry.:
Spenser, Milton, Shakespeare, Metaphysical Poets
Prescribed Text : Poems Selected from The Oxford Library of English Poetry Vol. I
Spenser to Dryden :
Edmund Spenser - ‘Epithalamion’
b) Willam Shakespeare- Sonnet- XXX -‘When to the Sessions…’
Sonnet LXXIII – ‘That time of Year…’
Sonnet CXVI – ‘Let me not the marriage…
Sonnet CXXX – ‘My Mistress’ eyes are…’
c) John Donne - i) Song: Go, and catch a falling star’
ii) The Flea
iii) The Good –morrow
d) John Milton - ‘Lycidas’
e) Andrew Marvell- ‘To His Coy Mistress’
f) George Herbert- ‘The Collar’
‘The Pulley’
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Unit 3
General Topic: Renaissance: Science and Reason, Humanism
Prescribed Text: Ben Jonson - The Alchemist
Unit 4
Prescribed Text: Chaucer: The Prologue to the Canterbury
Tales
Books for Reference:
1. Daiches, David : A Critical History of English Literature
Vol. 1 to 2. New Delhi:Allied, 1997.
2. Ford, Boris (ed.) : The New Pelican Guide to English Literature
Vol. 2 to 3. London: Penguin, 1998.
3. Bradley, A.C. - Shakespearean Tragedy. Macmillan: 1992.
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Semester II
Core Paper V: Literature in English: Poetry – Part II
Unit 5
General Topic: Romantic Poetry
Prescribed Text: Lord Byron - Don Juan
Unit 6
General Topic: Modern Poetry
Prescribed Text: T. S. Eliot - Ash Wednesday
Unit 7
Prescribed Text: Dennis Brutus - “Letters to Martha” from Simple Lust
Unit 8
Prescribed Text: Alexander Pushkin Following poems from Alexander Pushkin:
Selected Works, Volume 1: Poetry
“The Captive”,
“Farewell to the Sea”,
“O Wondrous Moment! There Before Me…”
“Autumn”,
“Deep in Siberia’s Mines, Let naught…”,
“The Bronze Horseman”
Books for Reference:
1. Abrms, M. H., (Ed.) English Romantic Poets: Modern Essays in Criticism.. 2nd
Ed. London: OUP. 1975.
2. Moody, A. D. T. S. Eliot : Poet. Combridge : CUP, 1979.
3. Miller, James E., Walt Whitman, New Haven : College of University Press, 1962.
4. Alexander Pushkin: Selected Works, Volume 1: Poetry. Progress Publishers.
Moscow.
Core Paper VI: Literature in English: Novel – Part II
Unit 5
General Topic: Types of Novel
Prescribed Text: Garcia Marquez - One Hundred Years of Solitude
Unit 6
General Topic: Narrative Technique
Prescribed Text: Amitav Ghosh - The Shadow Lines
Unit 7
Prescribed Text: William Faulkner - The Sound and the Fury
Unit 8
Prescribed Text: Franz Kafka - The Trial
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Books for Reference :
1. Lubbock, Percy: The Craft of Fiction
2. Edel, Leon: The Psychological Novel: 1900-1950. Ludhiana: Kalyani,
1997.
3 Brooks, Cleanth: William Faulkner :The Yoknapatawpha Country, New
Haven : Yale UP, 1963.
4. Hoffmann, Frederick: William Faulkner. Bombay: Popular Prakashan, 1967.
5. Bradbury, Malcolm: The Novel Today, Glasgow, F.C. Paperbacks 1978,
1982.
6. Rolleston, James (ed,) : Twentieth Century Interpretations of the Trial : A
Collection of Cortical Essays, Englewood Cliffs, NJ :
Prentice Hall, 1976.
7. Lukacs, Georg : The Theory of the Novel. London: Merlin, 1971
8 Kirpal Vinay (ed.) The New Indian Novel in English, Allied Publishers,
1990
Core Paper VII: Basic Concepts in Linguistics- Part II
Unit 5
Prescribed Topic - Introduction to Modern Linguistics
(Section I and Unit 9 of Section II from Verma and Krishnaswamy's Modern
Linguistics)
Unit 6
Prescribed Topic -Branches of Linguistics
(Chapter 2 from John Lyon's Language and Linguistics)
Unit 7
Prescribed Topic - Stylistics:
(Chapter 4- Units 17 and 18 from Krishnaswamy, Verma, Nagrajan's Modern Applied
Linguistics)
Unit 8
Prescribed Topic – Stylistics
(Chapter 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8 and 9 from Leech's Linguistic Guide to English Poetry)
Books for Reference :
1 Leech, G. N., A Linguistic Guide to English Poetry, Longman, 1965.
2 Peter Trudgill, Sociolinguistics.
3 Widdowson. Stylistics and Teaching of Literature.
4 John Lyon's Language and Linguistics
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Elective Paper VIII Groups
Group I: Applied Linguistics – Part II
Unit 5
Prescribed Topic : . Processes of L1 and L2 Development
Unit 6
Prescribed Topic : Language Learning Strategies
Unit 7
Prescribed Topic : Discourse Analysis
Unit 8
Presented Topic : Discourse Analysis
( Chapter VIII from Coulthard’s An Introduction to Discourse Analysis )
Books for Reference :
1 Fergusson, Dan, Psycholinguistics.
2 Coulthard Malcolm, An Introduction to Discourse Analysis. Longman, 1977. (Ch. 2,
3 & 8.)
3 James Carl, Contrastive Analysis. Longman, 1980. (Ch. 1& 3.)
4 Lado, Linguistics across Cultures . Michigan, 1957.
5 McLaughlin – Theories Second Language Learning. London: Edward Arnold, 1987.
6 Rod Ellis, Understanding Second Language Acquisition.
7 Backman, L. F., Fundamental Considerations in Language Testing, Oxford: OUP,
1988.
Group II: Comparative Literature: English and Marathi – Part II
Unit 5
Prescribed Topic: Comparative Study of the Literary Movement of ‘Romanticism’, in
English and Marathi with special reference to Wordsworth and Keshavsut.
Unit 6
Prescribed Topic: Comparative Study of the Literary Movement of ‘Modernism’ with
special reference to ‘Abert Comus’ The Outsider and Kiran Nagarkar’s Sath Sakkham
Trechalisa.
Unit 7
Prescribed Topic: Comparative Study of the Literary Movement of ‘Women’s Literature’
with ,special reference to Mary MaCarthy’s Memories of a Catholic childhood and Baby
Kamble’s Jeena Amacha.
Unit 8
Prescribed Topic: Comparative Study of the Literary Movement of ‘Minority Literature’
with ,special reference to Le Roi Jones, Dutchman and Datta Bhagwat’s Wata Palawata.
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Books for Reference :
1. Newton, P. Stalknecht and Horst Frenz, (eds.): Comparative Literature: Method
Perspective (University of Southern Illinois Press, 1961), Second enlarged and
modified edition, 1971.
2. Ulrich Weisstein: Comparative Literature and Literature Theory: Survey and
Introduction (Indiana University Press, 1973).
3. Rene Wellek and Austin Warren: Theory of Literature (New York : Harcourt, Brace
and World Inc., 1942).
4. Prawer S. S.: Comparative Literary Studies: An Introduction, (London: Duckworth,
1973).
5. Henry Gifford : Comparative Literature, (Lond : Routledge, Kegan Paul, 1969).
6. Harry, Levin : Ground for Comparison, (Cambridge, Massachusesetts, 1972).
7. Rene Wellek : Discriminations: Further Concepts of Criticism, (New Haven : Yale
University Press, 1970).
8. George Watson : The Study of Literature (Orient Longmans, 1969).
9. Amiya Dev and Sisirkumar Das (Ed.): Comparative Literature ; Theory and Practice,
Applied Publishers, New Delhi.
10. Chandra Mohan (Ed.) : Aspects of Comparative Literature : Current Approaches,
India Publisher & Distributors, New Delhi.
Group III: Indian English Literature – Part II
Unit 5
General Topic: Modern Indian English Poetry
Prescribed Text: Thorat, A., Chindhade, S. (ed.) – Approved Voices
Unit 6
General Topic: Diaspora and Indian English Fiction.
Prescribed Text: Zumpa Lahiri - Interpreter of Maladies
Unit 7
Prescribed Text: Mahesh Dattani – Final Solutions
Unit 8
Prescribed Text:
Vijay Tendulkar – Ghashiram Kotwal
Books for Reference:
1 M. K. Naik - A History of Indian English Literature, Sahitya Akademi, 1989.
2 K. R. S. Iyengar - Indian Writing in English, Asia Publishing House, Bombay, 2000.
3 M. K. Naik and Mokashi-Punekar - Perspectives on Indian Drama in English,
Prestige Books, New Delhi, 1994.
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4 Jaun Jasbir (ed.) Writers of the Indian Diaspora, Rawat Publication, 1998.
5 Viney Kirpal - The Post Modern Indian English Novel. Allied Publishers, 1996.
6 Chaudhary Asha Kuthari- Mahesh Dattani, Foundation Books, 2005.
7 Bruce King, Modern Indian English Poetry, OUP Bombay 1992
Group IV: 19th Century American Literature - Part II
Unit 5
General Topic: The Frontier
Prescribed Text: Mark Twain - Tom sawyer
Unit 6
General Topic: The American Dream
Prescribed Text: Walt Whitman, - Song of Myself,
Unit 7
Prescribed Text: Edgar Allen Poe - Poems selected from American Literature
Survey, The American Romantics ( (1800 –
1860). The Viking Library, 1975:
Unit 8
Prescribed Text:H.W, Longfellow-
“Hymn to Night”
,“The Evening Star”
“My Lost Youth”
“The Tide Rises the Tide Falls”
“The Cross of Snow”, “A Psalm of Life,
“The Arsenal at Springfield“.“Seaweed“,
“Hawthorne”, “Chaucer”.From American
Literature Survey, The American
Romantics (1800 -1860 ) The Viking
Library, 1975,
Books for Reference :
1 Edward Wagenknecht - Ralph, Waldo Emerson: Portrait of a Balance Soul
OUP, 1974
2 Frederick Anderson (ed)- Mark Twain: The Critical Heritage
.
3 Miller, James E. Walt Whitman, New Haren: College of University
Press, 1962.
4 Cox, J. M. Mark Twain: The Fate of Humor, Princeton:
Princeton University Press, 1966.
5 Thorp, Willard, ed., Herman Melville: Representative Selections, New
York, 1938.
6 Harding, Walter ed., Thoreau Handbook, New York, 1959.
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Group V : British Literature from Chaucer to the end of the 17th Century – Part II
Unit 5
General Topic: : Religious Prose in 17th century
Prescribed Text: Bunyan - The Pilgrim’s Progress
Unit 6
General Topic: The Restoration Drama
Prescribed Text: William Congreve - Love for Love
Unit 7
Prescribed Text: William Shakespeare – Hamlet
Unit 8
Prescribed Text: Join Dryden - Essay of Dramatic Poesie.
Books for Reference:
1. Toyne, Anthony - A Reader’s Guide to History of England
(OUP), 1971.
2. Sanders, Andrew : The Short Oxford History of English Literature.
3rd Edition, New Delhi:OUP, 2005.
3. Long, William - English Literature – Its History and its Significance
Ludhiana: Kalyani, 1996.
4. Dobree, Bonamy - The Restoration Comedy: 1660- 1720.
London: OUP, 1924.
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M. A. Part II
Semester III
Core Paper IX : Literature in English: Drama – Part I
Unit 1
General Topic : Drama as a Genre
Prescribed Text Sophocles - Oedipus Rex
Unit 2
General Topic : Aspects of Drama
Prescribed Text Kalidas - The Fatal Ring (Shakuntalam, tr. William Jones )
Unit 3
Prescribed Text: William Shakespeare - The Comedy of Errors
Unit 4
Prescribed Text - Moliere - The Misanthrope
Books for Reference :
1. Fyfe, Hamilton W.: Aristotle’s Art of Poetry :A Greak View of Poetry and
Drama, London OUP , 1957
2. Esslin, Martin: An Anatomy of Drama. London: Temple Smith
1976.
3. Boulton, Marjorie: The Anatomy of Drama. Ludhiana : Kalyani
Publishers, 1979.
4. Leech, Clifford: Tragedy (Critical Idiom Series : Methuen)
5. Mirashi, Vasudev Vishny: Kalidasa : Date, Life and Works (Bombay ;
Popular, 1969)
6. Kitto, H.D.F.: Greek Tragedy : A Literary Study. London:
University Paperbacks, 1950.
7. Keith, A.B.: The Sanskrit Drama its Origin, Development,
Theory and Practice. London : OUP, 1959.
8. Styan J. L. : Elements of Drama. Cambridge: CUP, 1960.
Core Paper X: Critical Theories – Part I
Unit 1
General Topic: Psychological Criticism
Prescribed Essay - C.Jung - ‘Psychology and Literature’
Unit 2
General Topic: Archetypal Criticism,
Prescribed Essay – N. Frye - ‘The Archetypes of Literature’
Unit 3
Bharatmuni: ‘The Distinction between Sentiment and Emotional Fervour’ (Chapter 6 from
The Natyashastra, Bharatmuni, Sri Satguru Publications )
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Unit 4
General Topic : , Structural Criticism,
Prescribed Essay : Genette - ‘Structuralism and Literary Criticism’
Books for Reference:
1. Selden, R.: A Reader’s Guide to Contemporary Literary Theory.
2. Eagleton, Terry: Marxism and Literary Criticism.
3. Craig, David ( ed.): Marxists on Literature, ( Harmondsworth, Penguin, 1975.)
4. Harold Bloom et. al.: Deconstruction and Criticism. ( Routlege Kegan Paul, 1979)
5. Young, Robert ( Ed ): Untying the Test : A Post –Structuralist Reader.
6. Showalter, Elaine: Literature of Their Own : British Novelists from Bronte to
Lessing. (Princeton University Press , 1977. )
7. Buttler, Christopher :Interpretation, Deconstruction and ideology.
8. Sarup, M. : An Introductory Guide to Post –Structuralism.
9. Selden, R. : Practicing Theory and Reading Literature: An Introduction.
10. Mills, S. : Feminist Readings : Feminists Reading.
Elective Paper XI:
Group I Linguistics : Teaching of English Language and Literature-Part I
A. Theory: 80 Marks
B. Practical: Peer teaching: 20 Marks
Unit 1
History and Development of English Language and Literature Teaching in India.
Unit 2
Peer Teaching : Teaching of Language Skill:
Unit 3
Traditional, Structural and Notional Approaches to Syllabus Designing and Materials
Production:
Unit 4
Functional and Communicative Approaches to Syllabus Designing and Materials
Production
Books for Reference:
1 Gokak V. K: English in India, its Present and Future, 1966.
2 Yardi V. V. : Teaching English in India Today, Parimal Prakashan.
3 Allen H. B. & Campbell R. N.: Readings in Teaching English as a Second
Language, McCraw.
4 Howatt APR: A History of English Language Teaching, OUP, 1984.
5 Brumfit C. J. (ed.): Teaching Literature Overseas : Language Based Approaches
ELT Documents, 1985.
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6 Brumfit C. J. & R. A. Carter: Literature and Language Teaching, 1985.
7 Prabhu N.S. : Second Language Pedagogy, OUP, 1897.
8 Indian Ministry of Education Study Group Reports , 1965, 1967.
9 New Education Policy Govt. of India, 1987.
10 Brumfit C.J. & K Johnson (ed.): The Communicative Approach to Language
Teaching, OUP, 1979.
11 Allen JPB and S. Pit Corder (ed.): The Edinburgh Course in Applied Linguistics,
Vols. II, III .
12 Stern H. H. : Fundamental Concepts of Language Teaching, OUP.
13 Kelly, Louis G. : 25 Centuries of Language Teaching
14 Richards, J and T. Rodgers : Approaches and Methods in Language
Teaching, OUP, 1986
Group II Comparative Literature
Translation Studies: Theory and Practice- Part I
Unit 1
a) The Function of tTranslation in the Developing, Multilingual Countries.
:b) The Place of Translation in Comparative Literary Studies.
Unit 2
History of Translation in Maharashtra.
Unit 3
Linguistic Theories of Translation :
1 Jakobson
2. Catford
3. Nida
4. Jiri Levy
Unit 4
Non-Linguistic Theories of Translation :
1. Andre Lefevere & Susan Bassinet - Meguire.
2. Anton Popovich
3. Holmes
4. Gideon Toury
Books for Reference :
1. Bassnet McGuire Susan : Translation Studies, Methuen, London and N. Y. 1980.
2. Bassnet McGuire Susan and Andre Lefevere : Translation History and Culture.
3. Benjamin, Walter : Huminations Fontans, 1979, (First Published 1955).
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4. Catford J. C. : A Linguistic Theory of Translation, London OUP, 1965.
5. Holmes, James (ed.) : The Nature of Translation : Essays on the Theory and practice
of Literary Translation, The Hague Mouton, 1970.
6. Jacobson, Roman (ed.) : 'On Linguistic Aspects of Translation', in R. Brower (ed.) On
Translation, Cambridge Mass Harvard UP, 1959.
7. Hermas, Thoe : The Manipulation of Literature.
8. Kelly L. G. True Interpreter : A History of Translation Theory and Practice in the
West, Oxford, Blackwell, 1979.
9. Levy Jiri : 'Translation as a Decision Process' in To Honour Roman Jacobson II, The
Hauge, Mouton, pp. 1111-1182.
10. Nida, Eugene Anwar Dil, (ed.), Language Structure and Translation, Stanford
University Press, 1975.
11. Steneir George : After Babel : Aspects of Language and Translation, OUP, London,
1975.
12. Sujeet Mukherjee : Translation as Discovery.
13. Ogden and Richards : Meaning of Meaning.
14. Whorf Benjamin Le : Language, Thought and Mind.
15. Palmer, Semantics.
Group 3: New Literatures in English
Paper XI: African and Caribbean Literature- Part I
Unit 1
General Topic: Development of African Fiction .
Prescribed Text: Chinua Achebe, Things Fall Apart
Unit 2
General Topic: Development of Caribbean Fiction
Prescribed Text: V. S. Naipaul, The House of Mr. Biswas.
Unit 3
Prescribed Text: J. M. Coetzee, Life and Times of Michael K.
Unit 4
Prescribed Text: Wilson Harris, The Eye of the Scarecrow.
Books for Reference:
1. William Walsh : Commonwealth Literature, Oxford University Press, 1973.
2. David Cook : African Literature, Longman Group Ltd. , London, 1977.
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3. Claude Warthier : The Literature and Thought of Modern Africa, Heinemann,
London, 1978.
4. Kenneth Ramchand : The West Indian Novel and Its Background, Faber, London,
1970.
5. Bruce King : West Indian Literature, Macmillan, London, 1980.
6. Eustace Palmer : An Introduction to the African Novel, Heinemann, London,
1972.
7. G. D. Killam : The Writings of Chinua Achebe, Heinemann, London, 1977.
8. William Walsh : V. S. Naipaul Oliver & Boyd , Edinburgh, 1973.
9. Kenneth Ramchand, An Introduction to the Study of West Indian Literature, London,
1976.
10. G. D. Killam : African Writers on African Writing, Heinemann, London, 1973.
11. C. D. Narasimhaiah & Emenyounu : African Literature Comes of Age, A Dhvanaloka
Publication, Mysore, 1988.
Group 4: Elective – American Literature
Paper XI : 20th Century American Literature – Part I
Unit 1
General Topic: Pragmatism
Prescribed Text: Bernard Melamud - The Fixer
Unit 2
General Topic: The Lost Generation
Prescribed Text: Earnest Hemingway- The Sun Also Rises.
Unit 3
General Topic: The Southern Renaissance
Prescribed Text : William Faulkner- As I Lay Dying.
Unit 4
Tennessee Williams - Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
Books for Reference :
1. Moore Jack B and Burbank Rex – The Literature of the American Realistic
Period Charles E Merrill Publishing Company
Columbus , Ohio. 1985.
2. Mari Evans ed.- Black Women Writers (1950-1980) : A Critical
Evaluation Anchor Books,New York, 1984.
3. Berlin, Normand, Eugine O’ Neill, London, Macmillan, 1982.
4. Gassner,John, ed., O’ Neill : A Collection of Critical Essays, Englewood
Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, 1964.
4. Hoffman, Frederick J. : William Faulkner, Bombay : Popular Prakashan,
1967.
5. Baker, Carlos : Hemingway, Princeton : Princeton UP, 1963.
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6. Stiner, Naney Hunter, A Close Look at Ariel : A Memory of Sylvia Plath,
London : Faber & Faber, 1974.
Group 5: British Literature
Paper XI: British Literature from Pope to the End of the 19th Century – Part I
Unit 1
General Topic: Age of Satire
Prescribed Text: Poems selected from the Penguin Book of English Verse, ed. John
Hayword ( Penguin. 1984).
i) Alexander Pope: From “Essay on Criticism”
ii) James Thomson: From “Winter”
iii) Samuel Johnson: “The Scholar’s Life”
iv) Thomas Gray: “An Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard”
v) Oliver Goldsmith: From “The Deserted Village”
vi) William Blake: From “Songs of Experience”
vii) S. T. Coleridge: “Kubla Khan”
Unit 2
General Topic: Rise and Development of Novel
Prescribed Text: Samuel Richardson - Pamela.
Unit 3
Prescribed Text: John Gay - The Beggar's Opera.
Unit 4
Prescribed Text: William Thackeray - Vanity Fair.
Books for Reference:
1. Daiches, David : A Critical History of English Literature, Vol. 3 and 4.(New
Delhi : Allied, 1997)
2. Sanders, Andrew: The Short Oxford History of English Literature (3rd
edition).(New Delhi : OUP, 2005).
3. Ford, Boris (ed.): The New Pelican Guide to English Literature, Vol. 4 to 6.
4. Empson, William – Some Versions of Pastoral. (London: Hogarth Press,
1986).
5. Dixon, Peter - The World of Pope’s Satires. London: Bell, 1962.
6. Jack, Ian - The Augustan Satire. London: OUP, 1974
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Elective Paper XII Groups
Group – I Linguistics
Stylistics: Part I
Unit 1
General Topic: The Traditional Concept of Style
Prescribed Topic: Everyday Language and Language of Literature: Contributions of
Havranek, Jakobson, Halliday,
Unit 2
Prescribed Topic : Traditional Criticism and Linguistic Stylistics
Unit 3
Prescribed Topic: The Concept of Foregrounding: Contribution of Shklovsky, Mukarovsky,
Jakobson, Levin and other British stylisticians
Unit 4
Prescribed Topic: Ancient Indian School of Stylistics: Bhamaha on Vakrokti, Dandi’s
Concepts of Swabhavokti and Vakrokti , Vamana’s Ritivichar
Books for Reference:
1. Enkvist Nils Erik, John spencer and Michael J Gregory (1964). Linguistics and Style.
OUP
2. Leech Geoffrey (1969): A linguistic guide to English Poetry, Longman.
3. Leech G. & Michael H. Short (1981): Style in Fiction, Longman.
4. Leech Geoffrey (1974): Semantics, Pelican.
5. Cluysennar Anne (1976): Introduction to Literary Stylistics, Batsford.
6. Widdowson H.G. (1975): Stylistics and the Teaching of Literature.
7. Widdowson H.G. in Allan JPB & S. Pit Corder (eds) (1974): Techniques in Applied
Linguistics, OUP.
8 Fowler Roger (1975): Essays on style and Language, Routledge & K Paul.
9 Fowler Roger (1986): Linguistics and Criticism, OUP.
10 Chatman S. & S. Levin (ed) (1967): Essay on the Language of Literature.
11 Halliday and Hassan (1976): Cohesion in English, Longman.
Group –II Comparative Literature
Indian Novel in Translation – Part I
Unit 1
General Topic: Nature and Function of the Modern Novel in Regional Literary Traditions.
Prescribed Text : Mannu Bhandari: The Great Feast (Tr. by Ruth Vanita). Orient Longman.
2006
Unit 2
Prescribed Text: : Ashapurna Devi: The First Promise (Tr. by Indira Chaudhary). Orient
Longman. 2006.
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Unit 3
Prescribed Text: Ashok Mitran: Mole (Tr. by Raman N. Kalyan), Orient Longman. 2006
Unit 4
Prescribed Text: Ahmed Nazir: Son of the Moment (Tr. by Zakir Mohommad), Orient
Longman. 2006
Books for Reference :
1. George K. A.: Comparative Indian Literature.
2. Kripalani, Krishna: Modern Indian Literature.
3. Mukherjee, Meenakshi: Realism and Reality.
4. Indian Institute of Advanced Studies (ed.): Modernity and Contemporary Indian
Literature.
5. Motilal Jotwani: Contemporary Indian Literature and Society.
Group – III New Literatures in English
Paper XII: Australian and Canadian Literature – Part I
Unit 1
General Topic: Development of Australian Fiction .
Prescribed Text: Patrick White, The Eye of the Storm
Unit 2
General Topic: Development of Canadian Fiction
Prescribed Text: Mac Lennan Hugh, The Watch That Ends the Night
Unit 3
Prescribed Text: Thomas Keneally, Season in Purgatory.
Unit 4
Prescribed Text: Margaret Atwood, Survival.
Books for Reference :
1. Leonine Kramer (ed), The Oxford History of Australian Literature. Oxford University
Press, 1981
2. John K. Eves, Creative Writing in Australia
3. D. R. Burns, The Directions of Australian Fiction
4. Geofry Dutton, The Literature of Australia
5. W. J. Keith, Canadian Literature in English. Longman, London, 1985.
6. Elizabethan Waterson, A Short History of Canadian Literature. Methuen Ontario,
1973.
7. Carl F. (link [ed)], Literary History of Canada, Vols. 1-3., University of Toronto
Press, 1977.
8. Graeme Gibson, Eleven Canadian Novelists, Anansi Toronto, 1973..
9 William Walsh, Patrick White.
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10 Arnold Davidson & Cathy Davidson, The Art of Margaret Atwood, Anansi Toronto,
1981.
11 Hergenhen, Leuri, The Penguin New Literary History of Australia, Ringwood, Via,
Goodwm, Ken 1988.
12 Daniel Helen, Liers, Australian New Novelists, Ringwood, Penguin, 1988,.
13 Andrews Berry, The Oxford Guide to Australian Literature, OUP, Melbourne, 1981.
14 Toye Willam (ed.), The Oxford Companion to Canadian Literature, Toronto, Oup,
1983.
15 New, W.H. , A History of Canadian Literature, Macmillan, London, 1989.
Group – IV American Literature
Paper XII : Black American and Native American Literatures – Part I
Unit 1
General Topic: The Black Movement
Prescribed Text: Ralph Elison - The Invisible Man
Unit 2
General Topic: Harlem Renaissance
Prescribed Text: Richard Wright- Black Boy
Unit 3
General Topic: The Rise of New Americanism
Prescribed Text: Tony Morrison- The Bluest Eye
Unit 4
Prescribed Text: Gwendolyn Brooks & Poems Selected from The Poetry of the
Arna Bontemps Negro (1946-1970) ed. Langston Hughes
and Arna Bontemps (Doubleday and
Company, INC., New York, 1949.) : Poems
of
“Claude Mckay” :
Books for Reference :
1. Rock roger - The Native American in American Literature
Greenwood Press, 1985
2. Nauta Laura - Native Americans : R Resource Guide, Bestville, 1992.
3. Simon and Schuster, eds., Yellow Woman and a Beauty of the Spirit,
Essays on Native American Life Today, New York, 1996.
4. Mari Evans - Black women Writers (1950-1980) A Critical
Evaluation, Anchor Books, New York, 1984
5. Abcarian,Richard ed., Richard Wright’s Black Boy: A Critical Handbook,
Belmont, Calif., Wadsworth, 1970.
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6. Faber Michel, The World of Richard Wright, Jackson: University
Press of Mississippi, 1985.
7. Locke, Alain and Gregory Montmegory, eds,. The Plays of Negro Life, A
Sourcebook of Native American Literature, New
York, Harper and Brothers, 1927.
8. Morrison, Tony Playing the Dark, Whiteness and the Literary
Imagination, London , Pan, 1993.
9. Samuels, Wilfred D., and Hudson Clenora, eds., Tony Morrison, Boston:
Boston: Wayne, 1990.
“Langston Hughes”
Group 5 British Literature
Paper XII - 20th Century British Literature- Part I
Unit 1
General Topic: Turn of the Century
Prescribed Text: D. H. Lawrence - The Rainbow.
Unit 2
General Topic: Experimentation in Poetry
Prescribed Text: Poems selected from The Oxford Book of 20th Century English Vers :
chosen by Philip Larkin (OUP, 1973):
i) W. B. Yeats - ‘The Second Coming’, ‘Sailing to Byzantium’
ii) Alfred Owen - ‘Insensibility’
iii) T. S. Eliot - ‘The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock’
iv) Dylan Thomas - ‘Fern Hill’, ‘Refusal to Mourn the Death, by fire of a
child in London’.
v) W. H. Auden - ‘In Memory of W. B. Yeats’
vi) Philip Larkin - ‘Toads’, ‘At Grass’.
vii) Ted Hughes - ‘Hawk Roosting’
Unit 3
General Topic : Experimentation in Fiction
Prescribed Text: James Joyce - A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.
Unit 4
Prescribed Text: Doris Lessing- Short Stories Selected from The Doris Lessing Reader :
London Paladin Graftin Books, 1989
1. ‘The Habit of Loving’
2. ‘To Room Nineteen’
3. ‘Homage for Issae Babel’
4. ‘Outside The Ministry’
5. ‘Spies I have Known’
6. ‘A Woman On A Roof’
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Books for Reference :
1. Ford Boris : The New Pelican Guide to English Literature, Vol. 7 and 8.
2. Sanders, Andrew : The Short Oxford History of English Literature (3rd edition)
New Delhi: OUP, 2005.
3. Leavis, F. R.: D. H. Lawrence, Novelist. London: Chatto, 1950 rpt. Penguin.
4. Sagar, Keith : The Art of D.H. Lawrence. Cambridge: CUP, 1966.
5. Hodgart, Matthew -James Jayce : A Students’ Guide. London: Routledge, 1978
6. Stead, C.K. - Pound, Yeats, Eliot and the Modernist Movement. London:
Macmillan, 1986.
7. Davison, Dennis - W.H. Auden, London: Evani Brothers, 1970.
8. Rasenthan, M.L.- The Modern Poets : A Critical Introduction. London:
Constable, 1965.
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Semester IV
Core Paper XIII: Literature in English: Drama – Part II
Unit 5
General Topic : Types of Drama
Prescribed Text - Anton Chekhov- The Three Sisters
Unit 6
General Topic : Modern Drama
Prescribed Text - Samuel Beckett - The Endgame
Unit 7
Prescribed Text - August Strindberg - The Ghost Sonata
Unit 8
Prescribed Text - Bertolt Brecht - The Threepenny Opera
Books for Reference :
1. Esslin, Martin: The Theatre of the Absurd. London: Penguin, 1980.
2. Styan, J. L. : The Dark Comedy: The Development of Modern
Comic Tragedy. Cambridge: CUP, 1962
3 Styan J. L. : Elements of Drama. Cambridge: CUP, 1960.
4. Styan J. L. : Modern Drama in Theory and Practice. Cambridge:
CUP, 1982.
Paper XIV: Critical Theories- Part II
Unit 5
General Topic : Post–Structural Criticism
Prescribed Text - Derrida - ‘Structure, Sign and play in the discourse
of human sciences”
Unit 6
General Topic : Marxist Criticism,
Prescribed Text : Eagleton - ‘Capitalism, Modernism and
Postmodernism’
Unit 7
General Topic : Feminist Criticism,
Prescribed Text : Juliet Mitchell- ‘Feminity, Narrative and Psychoanalysis’
Unit 8
Foucault: ‘What is an Author?’
Books for Reference:
1. Selden, R.: A Reader’s Guide to Contemporary Literary Theory.
2. Eagleton, Terry: Marxism and Literary Criticism.
3. Craig, David ( ed.): Marxists on Literature, ( Harmondsworth, Penguin, 1975.)
4. Harold Bloom et. al.: Deconstruction and Criticism. ( Routlege Kegan Paul, 1979)
5. Young, Robert ( Ed ): Untying the Test : A Post –Structuralist Reader.
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6. Showalter, Elaine: Literature of Their Own : British Novelists from Bronte to
Lessing. (Princeton University Press , 1977. )
7. Buttler, Christopher :Interpretation, Deconstruction and ideology.
8. Sarup, M. : An Introductory Guide to Post –Structuralism.
9. Selden, R. : Practicing Theory and Reading Literature: An Introduction.
10. Mills, S. : Feminist Readings : Feminists Reading.
Elective Paper XV: Groups
Group – I Linguistics
Paper XV: Teaching of English Language and Literature - Part II
Unit 5
Traditional and Structural Methods of Language and Literature Teaching
Unit 6
Communicative, Eclectic Approach and Beyond Methods Approach to Language and
Literature
Unit 7
Testing and Evaluation
Learners' Evaluation : Criteria of a Good Test, Types of Tests, Significance of Learners'
Evaluation
Unit 8
Evaluation of the Objectives of the Course, its Materials, Methods, Testing Material
Books for Reference:
1 Bright J. A. & McGregor: Teaching English as Second Language, Longman, 1970.
2 Fry Edward: Teaching Faster Reading, 1986.
3 Grellet Francoise: Developing Reading Skills, OUP, 1981.
4 Brumfit C. J. & R. A. Carter: Literature and Language Teaching, 1985.
5 Hams David : Testing English as a Second Language.
6 Modern Techniques of Testing Language and Literature, Course Materials (ELT
Centre, Shivaji University).
7 Widdowson H.G. : Stylistics and the Teaching of Literature, 1975.
8 Indian Ministry of Education Study Group Reports , 1965, 1967.
9 New Education Policy Govt. of India, 1987..
10 Mackey F.: Language Teaching Analysis, Longman, 1965.
11 Allen J.B.P. and Alan Davies: The Edinburgh Course in Applied Linguistics, Vol. IV
12 Anderson, J. C. (ed.) Evaluation 1985.
13 Rea – Dickens, P. & K. Germaine : Evaluation, OUP, 1992
14 Weir, C. J. : Understanding and Developing Language Tests, 1993.
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Group – II Comparative Literature
Paper XV: Translation Studies: Theory and Practice – Part II
Unit 5
a) Translation: Problems and Evaluation, with reference to Fiction::
Prescribed Text : Winds of Fire (Tr. of Wawtal by Venkatesh Madgulkar).
b) Translation: Problems and Evaluation, with reference to Drama.
Gouri Deshpande : The Dread Departure, Seagull, 1990.
c) Translation: Problems and Evaluation with reference to Poetry::
Prescribed Text : Dilip Chitre : An Anthology of Marathi Poetry.
Unit 6
Translation and Evaluation Practice :
Translation of a given text from English into Marathi
Unit 7
Translation and Evaluation Practice : Translation of a given text from Marathi into English.
Unit 8
Analysis and Evaluation of Unseen Paired Texts. (ST-IT)
Books for Reference :
1. Bassnet McGuire Susan : Translation Studies, Methuen, London and N. Y. 1980.
2. Bassnet McGuire Susan and Andre Lefevere : Translation History and Culture.
3. Benjamin, Walter : Huminations Fontans, 1979, (First Published 1955).
4. Catford J. C. : A Linguistic Theory of Translation, London OUP, 1965.
5. Holmes, James (ed.) : The Nature of Translation : Essays on the Theory and practice
of Literary Translation, The Hague Mouton, 1970.
6. Jacobson, Roman (ed.) : 'On Linguistic Aspects of Translation', in R. Brower (ed.) On
Translation, Cambridge Mass Harvard UP, 1959.
7. Hermas, Thoe : The Manipulation of Literature.
8. Kelly L. G. True Interpreter : A History of Translation Theory and Practice in the
West, Oxford, Blackwell, 1979.
9. Levy Jiri : 'Translation as a Decision Process' in To Honour Roman Jacobson II, The
Hauge, Mouton, pp. 1111-1182.
10. Nida, Eugene Anwar Dil, (ed.), Language Structure and Translation, Stanford
University Press, 1975.
11. Steneir George : After Babel : Aspects of Language and Translation, OUP, London,
1975.
12. Sujeet Mukherjee : Translation as Discovery.
13. Ogden and Richards : Meaning of Meaning.
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14. Whorf Benjamin Le : Language, Thought and Mind.
15. Palmer, Semantics.
Group III New Literatures in English
Paper XV: African and Caribbean Literature – Part II
Unit 5
General Topic: Development of African Poetry
Prescribed Text: Poems Selected from Adewale Maja-Pearce (ed.), The Heinemann Book of
African Poetry in English:
Dennis Brutus, a) "Nightsong: City"
b) "Robben Island Sequence"
Wole Soyinka, a) "Fado Singer"
b) "After the Deluge"
J. P. Clark Bekederemo,
a) "The Casualties" b) 'Death of a Lady"
Kofi Awoonor, a) "Songs of Sorrow"
b) "The Weaver Bird"
Frank Chipasula a) "A Love Poem for My
Country" b) "My Blood Brother"
Unit 6
General Topic: Development of Caribbean Poetry.
Prescribed Text: Poems Selected from-Ian McDonald and Stewart Brown (ed.), The
Heinemann Book of Carribbean Poetry:
i. James Berry, a) ‘It's Me Man’,
b) ‘Fantasy of an African Boy’
c) ‘Lucy's Letter’
d) ‘One’
ii. Edward Kamau Brathwaite, a) ‘Miss Own’
b) ‘Xango’,
c) ‘Red Rising’,
d) ‘Naima’
iii. Jan Carew, a) ‘The Dreamtime Lives Again’,
b) ‘Tiho, The Carib’
iv. Derek Walcott, a) ‘Midsummer LIV’
b) ‘The Season of Phantasmal Peace’
c) ‘Elsewhere’,
d) ‘The Hotel Normandie Pool’
Unit 7
Prescribed Text: Wole Soyinka, The Dance of the Forest
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Unit 8
Prescribed Text : Jamaica Kincaid, Annie John.
Books for Reference:
1 William Walsh : Commonwealth Literature, Oxford University Press, 1973.
2 David Cook : African Literature, Longman Group Ltd. , London, 1977.
3 Claude Warthier : The Literature and Thought of Modern Africa, Heinemann,
London, 1978.
4 Kenneth Ramchand : The West Indian Novel and Its Background, Faber, London,
1970.
5 Bruce King : West Indian Literature, Macmillan, London, 1980.
6 Eustace Palmer : An Introduction to the African Novel, Heinemann, London,
1972.
7 Eldred Jones : The Writings of Wole Soyinka, Heinemann, London, 1978
8 Kenneth Ramchand, An Introduction to the Study of West Indian Literature, London,
1976.
9 G. D. Killam : African Writers on African Writing, Heinemann, London, 1973.
10 C. D. Narasimhaiah & Emenyounu : African Literature Comes of Age, A Dhvanaloka
Publication, Mysore, 1988.
Group IV American Literature
Paper XV: 20th Century American Literature – Part II
Unit 5
General Topic: Expressionism
Prescribed Text: Eugene O’Neill - Emperor Jones
Unit 6
General Topic: Naturalism
Prescribed Text: Philip Barry - The Animal Kingdom
Unit 7
Joseph Heller: Catch-22.
Unit 8
Robert Frost, Wallace Stevens and Ezra Pound: Poems Selected from An Anthology:
American Literature 1890-1965, edited by Egbert Oliver. (New Delhi: Eurasia Publishing
House, 1998).
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a) Robert Frost : i) ‘The Death of the Hired Man’
ii) ‘Home Burial’
iii) ‘The Road Not Taken’
iv) ‘Birches’
v) ‘Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening
c) Ezra Pound : i) ‘An Immortality’
ii) ‘A Virginal’
iii) ‘The Return’
iv) ‘The Rest’
v) ‘Salutation’
b) Wallace Stevens :
i) ‘Of Modern Poetry’
ii) ‘ A High- Toned Old Christian Woman’
iii) ‘The Emperor of Ice-cream’
iv) ‘Sunday Morning’
v) ‘The Idea of Order at Key West’
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Books for Reference :
1. Krutch, Joseph Wood : American Drama Since 1918, New York : George
Braziller, 1957
2. Hoffman, D. G. ed. : American Poetry and Poetics, New York :
Doubleday & Company Inc., 1962.
3 Cox, James M. ed. : Robert Frost : A Collection of Critical Essays,
Englewood Cliffs : Prentice Hall, 1962.
4. Vendler, Helen ed. Voices and Visions : The Poet as American, New
Delhi, Tata Mc Graw Hill, 1987.
Group -V British Literature
Paper XV : British Literature from Pope to the End of the 19th Century – Part II
Unit 5
General Topic: Periodical Essays
Prescribed Text: Thomas Carlyle - Hero and Hero Worship.
Unit 6
General Topic: Sentimental Comedy
Prescribed Text: Oliver Goldsmith - She Stoops to Conquer.
Unit 7
Prescribed Text : William Wordsworth- “The Prelude” Books I and II and “The Tintern
Abbey:”
Unit 8
Prescribed Text: Charles Dickens - Great Expectations.
Books for Reference:
1. Daiches, David : A Critical History of English Literature, Vol. 3 and 4.(New
Delhi : Allied, 1997)
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2. Sanders, Andrew: The Short Oxford History of English Literature (3rd
edition).(New Delhi : OUP, 2005).
3. Ford, Boris (ed.): The New Pelican Guide to English Literature, Vol. 4 to 6.
4. Empson, William – Some Versions of Pastoral. (London: Hogarth Press,
1986).
5. Dixon, Peter - The World of Pope’s Satires. London: Bell, 1962.
6. Jack, Ian - The Augustan Satire. London: OUP, 1974
Elective Paper XVI – Groups
Group I: Linguistics
XVI: Stylistics- Part II
Unit 5
General Topic: The Modern Concept of Style
Prescribed Topic: Style as Choice and Style as Deviation: Phonological, Syntactic and
Semantic
Unit 6
Prescribed Topic: The Rhetoric of Text: Metaphor as cover term for figurative use of
Language
Unit 7
Practical English Prosody, Prose Styles
Unit 8
Practical Stylistic Analysis of Poetry and Literary Prose Passages
Books for Reference:
1 Blackstone Bernard (1965): Practical English Prosody, Longman Rutledge &
K.Paul.
2 Fowler roger (1975): Style and Structure in Literature, Oxford.
3 Sebeok Thomas A. (ed) (1960): Style in Language, Cambridge Mass.
4 Donald C. Freeman (1988) : Essays or Modern Stylistics, Methuen, London.
5 Baker William E. (1967): Syntax in English Poetry 1970-1990. Berkeley.
6 Groom Bernard (1955): Diction of Poetry from Spenser to Bridges. University of
Toronto Press, Canada.
7 Chatman Seymour (1971): Literary Style: A Symposium.
8 Ching Marvin K.L.M.C. Haley & R.F. Lunsford (ed) 1980) : Linguistics :
Perspectives on Literature, Routledge.
9 Attridge Derek (1982): The Rhythms of English Poetry, Longman.
10 S. K. De : Sanskrit Poetics.
11 Dr. P. V. Kane: History of Sanskrit Poetics.
12 G. T. Deshpande: Bharatiya Sahityashastra.
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Group II – Comparative Literature
Paper XVI: Indian Novel in Translation – Part II
Unit 5
General Topic: Genre-specific Problems: Form, Realism, Symbolism
Prescribed Text:: Bhalchandra Nemade: Cocoon (Tr. by Sudhakar Marathe)MacMillan.
Unit 6
Prescribed Text: Sheelabhadra: Agomony Ferry Crossing (Tr. by Nagen Datta). B.R. World
Books.
Unit 7
Prescribed Text: : S. L. Bhyrappa: The Uprooted (Tr. by K. Rahavendrarao) B.R. World
Books.
Unit 8
Prescribed Text : Pratibha Ray: The Primal Land (Tr. by Das Bikram K.) Orient
Longman. 2006
Books for Reference :
1. George K. A.: Comparative Indian Literature.
2. Kripalani, Krishna: Modern Indian Literature.
3. Mukherjee, Meenakshi: Realism and Reality.
4. Indian Institute of Advanced Studies (ed.): Modernity and Contemporary Indian
Literature.
5. Motilal Jotwani: Contemporary Indian Literature and Society.
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Group III: New Literatures in English
Paper XVI: Australian and Canadian Literature- Part II
Unit 5
General Topic: Development of Australian Poetry.
Prescribed Text: Poems selected from - Harry Heseltine (ed), The Penguin Book of
Australian Verse :
i.. Barton, "The Man from Snowy River".
ii. O'Dowd, "Australia".
iii. Kenneth Slessor
a) "Thieves Kitchen"
b) "Sensuality"
c) "The Night Ride"
iv. A. D. Hope
a) "Australia"
b) "The Wandering Islands"
c) The Death of the Bird"
d) "Imperial Adam"
v. Judith Wright
a) "The Company of Lovers"
b) "Bullocky"
c) "Woman to Man"
d) "The Harp and the King"
vi James MacAuley
a) "Terra Australia"
b) "The Incarnation of Sirus"
c) "Tune for Swans"
vii. Les Murray
a) "A New England Farm, August 1917"
b) "Blood"
c) "The Wilderness"
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Unit 6
General Topic: Development of Canadian Poetry
Prescribed Text: Poems of P. K. page and Raymond Souster from - Gary Gaddes and Phylls
Bruce (ed.), 15 Canadian Poets Plus 5
Unit 7
Prescribed Text: David Williamson - Jugglers Three.
Unit 8
Prescribed Text: Sinclair Ross - As For Me and My House
Books for Reference :
1. Leonine Kramer (ed), The Oxford History of Australian Literature. Oxford University
Press, 1981
2. John K. Eves, Creative Writing in Australia
3. D. R. Burns, The Directions of Australian Fiction
4. Geofry Dutton, The Literature of Australia
5. W. J. Keith, Canadian Literature in English. Longman, London, 1985.
6. Elizabethan Waterson, A Short History of Canadian Literature. Methuen Ontario,
1973.
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7. Carl F. (link [ed)], Literary History of Canada, Vols. 1-3., University of Toronto
Press, 1977.
8. Graeme Gibson, Eleven Canadian Novelists, Anansi Toronto, 1973.
9. Louis Dudek and Michael Gnarowski (ed), The Making of Modern Poetry in Canada,
The Ryerson press, Toronto, 1967..
10 Michael Ondaatje: Leonard Cohen, The Canadian Publishers, Totonto, 1970.
11 Hergenhen, Leuri, The Penguin New Literary History of Australia, Ringwood, Via,
Goodwm, Ken 1988.
12 Daniel Helen, Liers, Australian New Novelists, Ringwood, Penguin, 1988,.
13 Andrews Berry, The Oxford Guide to Australian Literature, OUP, Melbourne, 1981.
14 Toye Willam (ed.), The Oxford Companion to Canadian Literature, Toronto, Oup,
1983.
15 New, W.H. , A History of Canadian Literature, Macmillan, London, 1989.
Group IV American Literature
Paper XVI: Black American and Native American Literatures – Part II
Unit 5
Prescribed Text: N. Scott Momaday- House Made of Dawn
Unit 6
Prescribed Text: Silco Leslie Marman- Ceremony New York,Viking Press 1977.
Unit 7
Prescribed Text: James Baldwin - Blues for Mister Chareley
Unit 8
Longster Hughes & Claude Mckey: Poems selected from The Poetry of the
Negro ( 1946-1970 ),edited by Langston
Hughes and Arna Bontemps., (Doubleday
and Company, INC , New York, 1949)
:Poems of
‘Claude Mckay’
‘Langston Hughes’
Books for Reference :
1. Rock roger - The Native American in American Literature
Greenwood Press, 1985
2. Nauta Laura - Native Americans : R Resource Guide, Bestville, 1992.
3. Simon and Schuster, eds., Yellow Woman and a Beauty of the Spirit,
Essays on Native American Life Today, New York, 1996.
4. Mari Evans - Black women Writers (1950-1980) A Critical
Evaluation, Anchor Books, New York, 1984
5 Abcarian,Richard ed., Richard Wright’s Black Boy: A Critical Handbook,
Belmont, Calif., Wadsworth, 1970.
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1. Faber Michel, The World of Richard Wright, Jackson: University
Press of Mississippi, 1985.
2. Locke, Alain and Gregory Montmegory, eds,. The Plays of Negro Life, A
Sourcebook of Native American Literature, New
York, Harper and Brothers, 1927.
3. Morrison, Tony Playing the Dark, Whiteness and the Literary
Imagination, London , Pan, 1993.
4. Samuels, Wilfred D., and Hudson Clenora, eds., Tony Morrison, Boston:
Boston: Wayne, 1990.
Group V British Literature
Paper XVI: 20th Century British Literature- Part II
Unit 5
General Topic: Inter- war and Post-war Literature
Prescribed Text: Arnold Wesker - The Merchant.
Unit 6
General Topic: The Absurd Drama
Prescribed Text: Harold Pinter - The Homecoming.
Unit 7
Prescribed Text: Graham Greene - The Power and the Glory.
Unit 8
Prescribed Text : John Fowles - The French Lieutenant’s Woman.
Books for Reference :
1 Ford Boris : The New Pelican Guide to English Literature, Vol. 7 and 8.
2 Sanders, Andrew : The Short Oxford History of English Literature (3rd edition)
New Delhi: OUP, 2005.
3. Esslin Martin : The Theatre of the Absurd. London: Penguin,1980.
4. Esslin Martin : Pinter : A Study of his Plays. London: Eyre Methuen,1973.
5. Spurling, John: Graham Greene :Contemporary writers Series. London:
Methuen, 1983
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Revised Syllabus 2008-09 Doc.
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Question Paper Pattern for all papers except for the following Papers :
• III- Basic Concepts in Linguistics –Part I
• IV- Basic Concepts in Linguistics –Part II
• Group I -XI- Teaching of English Language and Literature Part I
• Group I -XV- Teaching of English Language and Literature Part II
• Group II- XV-Translation Studies: Theory and Practice Part II
• Group I Paper –XVI- Stylistics Part II
Q.1 A
B
Objective (Full in the Blanks, Multiple Choice, etc.)
Answer in one word/ phrase or sentence
10 Marks
10 Marks
20 Marks
Q.2 Broad Answer Type (General Topics)
A}
OR
B}
15 Marks
Q.3 Broad Answer Type on the Prescribed Texts
A}
OR
B}
15 Marks
Q.4 Broad Answer Type on the Prescribed Texts
A}
OR
B}
15 Marks
Q.5 Short Notes on the Prescribed Texts
(Any 3 out of 5)
15 Marks
Question Paper Pattern for:
• III- Basic Concepts in Linguistics –Part I
• IV- Basic Concepts in Linguistics –Part II
Q.1 A
B
Objective (Full in the Blanks, Multiple Choice, etc.)
Answer in one word/ phrase or sentence
10 Marks
10 Marks
20 Marks
Q.2 Identify the Registrial Features (Semester I )
and
Stylistic Analysis of a Poem ( Semester II )
15 Marks
15 Marks
Q.3 Broad Answer Type on the Prescribed Topics
A}
OR
B}
15 Marks
Q.4 Broad Answer Type on the Prescribed Topics
A}
OR
B}
15 Marks
Q.5 Short Notes on the Prescribed Topics
(Any 3 out of 5)
15 Marks
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• Group I -XI- Teaching of English Language and Literature Part I
• Group I -XV- Teaching of English Language and Literature Part II
Q.1 A
B
Objective (Full in the Blanks, Multiple Choice, etc.)
Answer in one word/ phrase or sentence
10 Marks
10 Marks
20 Marks
Q.2 Broad Answer Type (General Topics)
A}
OR
B}
15 Marks
Q.3 Broad Answer Type on the Prescribed Topics
A}
OR
B}
15 Marks
Q.4 Broad Answer Type on the Prescribed Topics
A}
OR
B}
15 Marks
Q.5 Lesson Plan for Language Item ( Semester I )
and
Prose Passage / Poem for Lesson Plan (Semester II)
15 Marks
• Group I Paper –XVI- Stylistics Part II
Q.1 A
B
Objective (Full in the Blanks, Multiple Choice, etc.)
Answer in one word/ phrase or sentence
08 Marks
07 Marks
15 Marks
Q.2 Broad Answer Type (General Topics)
A}
OR
B}
15 Marks
Q.3 Broad Answer Type on the Prescribed Topics
A}
OR
B}
15 Marks
Q.4 Short Notes on the Prescribed Topics ( 3 Out of 5 )
15 Marks
Q.5 A}Stylistic Analysis of a Poem
B}Stylistic Analysis of a Prose Passage
10 Marks
10 Marks
20 Marks
• Group II- XV-Translation Studies: Theory and Practice Part II
Q.1 A
B
Objective (Full in the Blanks, Multiple Choice, etc.)
Answer in one word/ phrase or sentence
10 Marks
10 Marks
20 Marks
Q.2 Broad Answer Type (General Topics)
A}
OR
B}
15 Marks
Q.3 Translation of unseen passage
15 Marks
Q.4 Translation of a Textual passage
15 Marks
Q.5 Short Notes on the Prescribed Texts
(Any 3 out of 5)
15 Marks

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I want suggestion in selecting easy optinal subjects of MEG PROGRAMME.I REQUEST GIVES ME SUGGESTION FROM THESE SUBJECT
American Literature
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Australian Literature
English Studies in India
American Novel
New Literatures in English
A Survey Course in 20th Century Canadian Literature
Contemporary Indian Literature in English Translation
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