Paper I : Poetry-I Unit 1 : Explanations with reference to the context from the starred texts Geoffrey Chaucer : “General Prologue”* to The Canterbury Tales The Nun’s Priest’s Tale John Donne : “The Canonization* “A Valediction:Forbidding Mourning” “The Sunne Rising” “The Ecstasie”* : Paradise Lost, Book I : Essay on Man* : “Introduction” “Earth’s Answer” “The Tyger”* “London” (from Songs of Experience) Unit 2 : Unit 3 : John Milton Unit 4 : Alexander Pope William Blake Unit 5 : William Wordsworth: “Ode on Intimations of Immortality”* Prelude (1805 edition), Book I S.
T. Coleridge : The Rime of the Ancient Mariner* “Kubla Khan” Paper II : Fiction I Unit 1 : Aphra Behn Henry Fielding Jane Austen : Oroonoko : Joseph Andrews : Emma Mansfield Park : Great Expectations A Tale of Two Cities : Middlemarch : Tess of the D’Urbervilles The Woodlanders Unit 2 : Unit 3 : Charles Dickens Unit 4 Unit 5 : : George Eliot Thomas Hardy Paper III : Drama I Unit 1 : Explanations with reference to the contexts from the starred texts Unit 2 : Christopher Marlowe Ben Jonson Shakespeare Doctor Faustus* : Volpone : Henry IV, Part I Hamlet* : Antony and Cleopatra The Tempest* : The Duchess of Malfi* : The Changeling Unit 3 : Unit 4 : Shakespeare Unit 5 : John Webster Thomas Middleton Paper IV : Criticism I Unit 1 Unit 2 : : Aristotle John Dryden Samuel Johnson : Poetics : “Of Dramatic Poesie: An Essay” : “Preface to Shakespeare” Unit 3 : William Wordsworth : “Preface” to the Lyrical Ballads P.
B. Shelley : “A Defence of Poetry” S. T. Coleridge William Hazelitt : Chapters XIII and XIV of Biographia Literaria : “Why the Arts Are not Progressive” “On Shakespeare and Milton” : Letter of 8 Oct. 1817 addressed to Bailey Letter of 21 Dec. , 1817 addressed to his brothers Letter of 27 Oct. , 1818 addressed to Richard Woodhouse : “The Study of Poetry” Unit 4 : Unit 5 : John Keats Matthew Arnold Paper V : Introduction to English Linguistics and Phonetics Unit 1 :
Language and Linguistics (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) Language and Communication The Characteristics of Language Linguistics as a Scientific Study of Language Some Basic Assumptions in Linguistics Branches of Linguistics The Status of Non-native Languages Variation in the Use of Language Unit 2 Grammatical Theories (a) Traditional Grammer (b) Structuralist Method – form classes, immediate constituents, Syntagmatic and paradigmatic relations (c) Phonology – classification of speech sounds, phoneme, Allophone, complementary and contrastive distribution, Suprasegmental features (d) Morphology – morpheme, allomorph, root and the affix, prefix, infix, suffix, full and empty morphemes, free and bound morphemes, inflexional and derivational morphemes (e) Transformational Generative Grammar Meaning of the term ‘Generative’, Competence and Performance. Deep’ and ‘Surface’ structure, Phrase Structure Rules, Transformational Rules, Selectional Restrictions, Lexis And Grammar, Language Universals. Unit 3 : Grammatical Relations in the Constituents of a Sentence (a) Types of a sentences in English (b) Constituents of a ‘Kernel’ sentence (c) Co-ordination and subordination-nominalisation, relativisation and adverbisation. (d) Verb-tense, aspect, mood and modality (e) Phrasal verbs in English (f) Interrogation and negation in English (g) Non-finite construction in English
Unit 4 : English Phonetics and Phonology 1) The Speech Mechanism : air stream mechanism, organs of speech, respiratory system, phonatory system and articulatory system 2) The description and classification of speech sounds: vowels, consonants, phonetic transcription and the international phonetic alphabet Unit 5 : The Phonology of English 1) Phoneme, allophone, syllable and consonant clusters in English 2) Word accent, weak forms, intonation and rhythm in connected speech: a comparative study of G. I. E. and R. P. the need of a model for international communication and intelligibility Paper VI : Non-Fiction Prose Unit 1 Unit 2 : : Thomas More : Utopia Jonathan Swift : “A Modest Proposal” M. Wollstonecraft: A Vindication of the Rights of Woman Thomas Paine : Rights of Man : Part I Unit 3 Unit 4 Unit 5 : : : John Stuart Mill : On Liberty George Orwell Edward Said : “Politics and the English Language” : “Crisis” from Orientalism “Afterword to the 1995 Printing of Orientalism” Paper VII : Poetry II Unit 1 : Explanations with reference to the context from the starred texts
Unit 2 : Robert Browning : “Andrea del Sarto”* “Porphyria’s Lover” “A Grammarian’s Funeral” “Abt Vogler” G. M. Hopkins : “The Wreck of the Deutschland”* “The Windhover” “Pied Beauty” “Thou Art Indeed Just” Unit 3 : W. B. Yeats : “Byzantium”* “ The Second Coming” “Easter 1916” “Among School Children” : The Wasteland* : “A Bride in the 30’s” “Consider This and in Our Time” “Shield of Achilles” “In Praise of Limestone” : “The Force that Through the Green Fuse…” “Do not go gentle…” “After the Funeral” “Light breaks…” : “Hawk Roosting”* “November” “Thrushes” “Jaguar”
T. S. Eliot Unit 4 : W. H. Auden Dylan Thomas Unit 5 : Ted Hughes Seamus Heaney : “Ocean’s Love to Ireland” “The Unacknowledged Legislator’s Dream” “North” “Exposure” Paper VIII : Fiction II Unit 1 : D. H. Lawrence : The Rainbow “The Fox” : A Passage to India “The Celestial Omnibus” : A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man “ The Dead” Unit 2 : E. M. Forster Unit 3 : James Joyce Unit 4 : Virginia Woolf : To the Lighthouse Mrs. Dalloway Joseph Conrad : Heart of Darkness Chinua Achebe : Things Fall Apart
Unit 5 : Paper IX : Drama II Unit 1 : Explanations with reference to the context from the starred texts Unit 2 : G. B. Shaw J. M. Synge : St. Joan* : The Playboy of the Western World Unit 3 : Bertolt Brecht : Caucasian Chalk Circle Samuel Beckett : Waiting for Godot* Harold Pinter Tom Stoppard : The Homecoming : Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead* Unit 4 : Unit 5 : Girish Karnad : Tughlaq* Mahesh Dattani : Final Solutions Paper X : Criticism II Unit 1 Unit 2 : : Virginia Woolf T. S. Eliot I. A.
Richards : A Room of One’s Own : “The Metaphysical Poets” “Hamlet” : “The Two Uses of Language” “The Four Kinds of Meaning” Unit 3 : Wimsatt and Beardsley: “The Intentional Fallacy” “The Affective Fallacy” Northrop Frye : “The Archetypes of Literature” Roland Barthes Michel Foucault Susan Sontag Raymond Williams : “From Work to Text” : “What is an author? ” : “Against Interpretation” : “Realism and the Contemporary Novel” Unit 4 : Unit 5 : Paper XI : American Literature Unit 1 : Prose Thomas Jefferson Edgar Allan Poe R. W. Emerson Unit 2 : Fiction Nathaniel Hawthorne : The Scarlet Letter F.
Scott Fitzgerald : The Great Gatsby Alice Walker : The Color Purple Unit 3 : Drama Tennessee Williams Edward Albee Unit 4 : Poetry I Walt Whitman : “Song of Myself” “Out of the Cradle Endlessly Rocking” “Passage to India” : The Glass Menagerie : The Zoo Story : “The First Inaugural Address” : “The Philosophy of Composition” : “The American Scholar” Emily Dickinson : “Papa Above” “I Can Wade Grief” “Prayer is the Little Implement” : “The Death of the Hired Man” “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening” “Come in” Robert Frost Unit 5 Poetry II Wallace Stevens : “Sunday Morning” “Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird” “The World as Meditation” : “A Supermarket in California” “Sunflower Sutra” “America” Allen Ginsberg Adrienne Rich : “Living in Sin” “Lucifer in the Train” “(Sex, as they harshly call it)” Paper XII : Postcolonial Literature Unit 1 : Theoretical Bases Stephen Slemon Frantz Fanon : “The Scramble for Post-Colonialism” from De-scribing Empire : “On National Culture” from the Wretched of the Earth : “Survival” from Survival : “Commonwealth Literature Does Not Exist” from Imaginary Homelands
Margaret Atwood Salman Rushdie Unit 2 : Fiction I Raja Rao R. K. Narayan Amitav Ghosh : Kanthapura : A Tiger from Malgudi : In an Antique Land Unit 3 : Fiction II Peter Carey Margaret Atwood V. S. Naipaul : True History of the Kelly Gang : Surfacing : A House for Mr. Biswas Unit 4 : Poetry I Nissim Ezekiel : “Night of the Scorpion” “Poet, Lover, Birdwatcher” : “A River” “Love Poem for a Wife I” : “The Castaway” “Ruins of a Great House” : “The Lonely Land” “News of the Phoenix” A. K. Ramanujan Derek Walcott A. J. M. Smith Unit 5 : Poetry II Michael Ondaatje : “Sweet like a Crow” “The Cinnamon Peeler” A.
D. Hope : “Australia” “The Double Looking Glass” : “Woman to Man” “Rockpool” from The Shadow of Fires: Ghazals Judith Wright Zulfikar Ghose : “This Landscape, These People” “The Attack on Sialkot” Paper XIII : Teaching of English Objective: To equip the student to teach English at the undergraduate level Unit 1 : Problems and Principles (a) The Role of English in India (b) Objectives of the Teaching of English in India (c) Theories of Language Learning – cognitive, behaviourist, communicative competence, learning vs. acquisition, speech act theory (d) Differences etween First and Second Language Learning (e) Individual Variation in Language learning Performance: language aptitude, motivation and age Unit 2 : Approaches to Syllabus Design : (a) Structural (b) Situational (c) Functional (d) Communicative (e)Emergent (Process vs. Product) Unit 3 : Approaches to Teaching Methodology (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) Audio-Lingual (structural drills) Grammar Translation (rules and exercise) Bilingual (use of the Mother Tongue) Situational and Communicative Structuring of lessons and classroom interaction: Learner – centred teaching and the problems of teaching large classes
Unit 4 : Principles of Material Production (a) Teaching of vocabulary – ‘productive’ and ‘receptive’ vocabulary, foundation vocabulary, Basic English. (b) Selection – frequency, utility, universality, productivity, teachability, structural value and regional value of a lexical item. (c)Teaching of structures – selection, gradation and repetition – drills. Unit 5 : Error Analysis, Lexicography and Evaluation (a) Attitude to error analysis, the concept of interlanguage (b) The art of lexicography and its relevance to a language teaching programme (c) Testing and evaluation
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