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CCE Questions (English Literature) - Jan-Feb 2023 (BA III Year)

Department of English Govt. P.G. College Satna CCE - Jan-Feb 2023 BA III Year Subject: English Literature Paper- I (Poetry) Note: Attempt any two of the following questions. Q01. Discuss Tennyson as a poet. Q02. Discuss the major theme of In Memoriam ( First Five Cantos). Q03. Discuss W.B. Yeats as a modern poet. Q04. Write a critical appreciation of The Second Coming. Q05. Give a critical analysis of Sailing to Byzantium . Q06. Write a note on Yeats's symbolism. Q07. Discuss T.S. Eliot as a poet. Q08. Summarize the poem Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock. Q09. Discuss W.H. Auden as a poet. Q10. Write a critical appreciation of The Unknown Citizen. Q11. Discuss Philip Larkin as a poet. Q12. Write a critical appreciation of Next, Please. Q13. Discuss A.K. Ramanujan as a poet. Q14. Write a critical appreciation of A River. Q15. Write a critical appreciation of Obituary. Paper II (Fiction) Note: Attempt any two of the following questions. Q01. Discuss Joseph Conard as a novelist.

CCE Questions (FC- English) - Jan-Feb 2023 (BA/BSc/BCom III Year)

Department of English Govt. P.G. College Satna CCE - Jan-Feb 2023 BA/BSc/BCom III Year Subject: FC- English Note: Attempt any two of the following questions. Q1. Write the summary of The Axe. Q2. Write the summary of Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening . Q3. Write the summary of The Cherry Tree. Q4. Write a report on A Road Accident. Q5. Write a report on Annual Function in Your College. ********************************************************

Syllabus of MP High School Teacher Eligibility Test (HSTET) – 2023 [अंग्रेजी- वर्ग- एक]

उच्च माध्यमिक शिक्षक अंग्रेजी (वर्ग- एक) परीक्षा की योजना एवं पाठ्यक्रम: यह एक पात्रता परीक्षा है। पात्रता परीक्षा हेतु 150 अंकों का एक ही प्रश्नपत्र होगा। प्रत्येक प्रश्न 01 अंक का होगा। प्रत्येक प्रश्न के चार विकल्प होंगे। इन विकल्पों में से कोई एक विकल्प ही सही होगा। ऋणात्मक मूल्यांकन (Negative Marking) का प्रावधान है। प्रति चार प्रश्नों के गलत उत्तर पर 01 अंक काट लिया जाएगा। इस परीक्षा की अवधि 2.30 घंटे की होगी। उक्त प्रश्नपत्र के दो भाग होंगे- भाग अ एवं भाग ब। भाग अ सभी परीक्षार्थियों के लिए अनिवार्य है परन्तु भाग ब के अंतर्गत शामिल 16 विषयों (1. हिंदी भाषा 2. अंग्रेजी भाषा 3. संस्कृत भाषा 4. उर्दू भाषा 5. गणित 6. भौतिक विज्ञान 7. जीव विज्ञान 8. रसायन विज्ञान 9. गृह विज्ञान 10. वाणिज्य 11. इतिहास 12. भूगोल 13. राजनीति शास्त्र 14. अर्थशास्त्र 15 कृषि 16.समाजशास्त्र) में से किसी एक विषय का चयन करना होगा। स्मरण रहे कि भाग अ के चार खंड (i. सामान्य हिंदी, ii. सामान्य अंग्रेजी, iii. सामान्य ज्ञान व समसामयिक घटनाक्रम, तार्किक एवं आंकिक योग्यता iv. शिक्षाशास्त्र (Pedagogy) होंगे। इस

A House for Mr. Biswas: An Analysis

INTRODUCTION: Naipaul is one of the best known English novelists of the modern times. He is a very prestigious literary member of Indian Diaspora. His popularity reached its zenith when he received the Nobel Prize for literature in 2001. He is regarded a prophet, a soothsayer, a doom-watcher and a teller of unpalatable truths. Critics generally agree that A House for Mr. Biswas is his finest work. It brought him international attention. THE TIME AND PLACE The novel takes place over a period of almost fifty years- the lifetime of Mr. Biswas- during the first half of the twentieth century. The setting is the Caribbean island of Trinidad. These years of transition serve as a backdrop for Mr. Biswas’s story. Mr. Biswas and most of the other characters in the novel are East Indian. Like Naipaul’s family, they are descendants of people who emigrated from India during the 1800s. THEMES: Naipaul has a special affection for A House for Mr. Biswas . Once he states: ‘Of all my books, this

V.S. Naipaul: A Great Novelist

Introduction: Naipaul is one of the best known English novelists of the modern times. His popularity reached its zenith when he received the Nobel Prize for literature in 2001. He is regarded a prophet, a soothsayer, a doom-watcher and a teller of unpalatable truths. Critics generally agree that A House for Mr. Biswas is his finest work. His Half a Life is also a piece of literary craftsmanship. Career: Sir Vidiadhar Surajprasad Naipaul is popularly known as V.S. Naipaul. This British writer is a very prestigious member of Indian Diaspora. He was born on August 17, 1932, in Trinidad. At that time Trinidad was British colony. Naipaul attained a scholarship and went to Oxford to study. His time in Oxford was not pleasant at all. There he suffered from isolation and despair. He completed his graduation in 1953. In the same year his father died. After this Naipaul lived rest of his life in England. Naipaul’s prolific writing career includes works such as A House for Mr. Biswas, I

E. M. Forster's A Passage to India: A Summary and Analysis

A Passage to India is the best novel of E.M. Forster. It was written in 1924. It is author’s most successful work. It earned fantastic popularity for him. E.M. Forster’s A Passage to India is matchless in English fiction in its presentation. The relationship between East and West has been taken as its major subject. In this novel the author has presented the live picture of Indian society under the British rule of second decade of twentieth century. The plot of this novel is very interesting. Here the novelist has created live characters. In this novel Forster appears as an advocate of culture, tolerance, and civilization. The short story of this novel is as follows: Mrs. Moore is a mature English lady. She visits Chandrapore with Adela Quested, A young lady. Chandrapore is situated in India. The purpose of her visit is to see her son named Ronny Heaslop. Ronny is the British city magistrate of Chandrapore which is situated on the banks of the Ganga. Adela Quested is his fiancé

E.M. Forster: A Great Novelist

E.M. Forster as a Novelist Edward Morgan Forster is popularly known as E.M. Forster. He is a British novelist, essayist and critic of modern period. His popularity rests on his novels. His best known novels are A Room with a View, Howards End, and A Passage to India. E.M. Forster was a writer of great sensitivity and insight. His compositions explored the golden threads of kinship. His greatest success is A Passage to India which was written in 1924. The relationship between East and West has been taken as its major subject. E.M. Forster was born on January 1, 1879 in London, England. He was the member of a very cultured family. His father was an architect who died when the author was a baby. As a boy he attended Tonbridge School. After completing school education at Tonbridge, he went on to King’s College, Cambridge, in 1897. He is ranked among the most cosmopolitan men of his day. As a modern novelist he received fantastic popularity for his five novels - Where Angels Fear t

Questions for CCE Dec 2022: MA English Sem III, Paper IV (American Literature); Govt. P.G. College Satna

MA III Sem English Paper IV (American Literature): Questions for CCE Dec. 2022 Note: Attempt any two of the following Questions: 1. Discuss Walt Whitman as poet of democracy 2. Discuss Robert Frost as a pastoral poet. 3. What do you know about expressionism? Show that The Hairy Ape is a great expressionistic play. 4. What do you understand by 'Transcendentalism'? Explain with reference to the essays you have read.

Questions for CCE Dec 2022: MA English Sem III, Paper III (Indian Writings in English); Govt. P.G. College Satna

MA III Sem English Paper III (Indian Writings in English): Questions for CCE Dec. 2022 Note: Attempt any two of the following Questions - 1. Discuss R.N. Tagore as a poet. 2. Give a summary of Wings of Fire by Kalam. 3. Discuss Badal Sircar as a playwright. 4. Discuss Anita Desai as a novelist. 5. Give a character sketch of Savitri. 6. Sketch the character of Maya of Cry, the Peacock .

Questions for CCE Dec. 2022: MA English Sem III, Paper II (English Language); Govt. P.G. College Satna

MA III Sem English Paper II (English Language): Questions for CCE Dec. 2022 Note: Attempt any three of the following Questions: 1. Write a detailed note on language covering its definition, its function, its characteristics and development of English language. 2. Write a short note on any three: i. Diachronic approach ii. Synchronic approach iii. Phonemes iv. Register v. Difference between phonetics and phonology. 3. Write about cardinal vowels/ English vowels (Pure Vowels & Diphthongs) and Consonants. 4. What do you mean by TGG in context of linguistics? Write in detail. 5. Write with diagrams (where necessary) about the organs involved in articulation of speech sounds.