MA English Final Year 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

 

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