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Monday, September 29, 2008

I JPEng, IFEP topics for End Sem OE preparation

Some preparation around the following topics/concepts might be of use

  • Frame narrative
  • Characteristics of the Anglo Saxon poetry : 1. From Wiki 2. An excellent comprehensive ppt - copy and paste the following link in the URL : wwwf.countryday.net/FacStf/US/marting/ShakespodosphearePodcasts/AngloSaxon/Anglo-Saxon%20Poetry.pps
  • Sonnet
  • Renaissance
  • Characteristics of Shakespeare's sonnets
  • Romanticism
  • Epic
  • Mock-epic
  • Elizabethan theatre
  • Restoration
  • Comedy
  • Comedy of manners
  • Restoration comedy
  • Tragedy
  • Shakespearean tragedy
  • Sentimental comedy
  • History of essay
  • Graveyard Poets
  • Characteristics of the poems of important English Romantics
  • Origin and gowth of novel genre


... and the good/bad news is ... NO QUESTIONS ON PRINT CULTURE - NATION-STATES!!!!!!


Abey has asked for material on the topics put up above. Do not know if time permits. Most of the topics like, tragedy have material in "A Glossary of Literary Terms" by MH Abrams. The reference section has a copy. UG section also might have. Look for the topics not on the content page or alphabetically. Instead look up in the index section at the end of the book.


Alternatively, you can also post your online finds in the comment section below. What say u?


PS: Passing of this info to your classmates might help them

27 comments:

zero-g3 said...

ha ha ha! we hav to study THAT?

Anil Pinto said...

THAT also will help

Anonymous said...

right o!:)

nightrene said...

sir wht's blank verse??????

snigdha said...

thank u sir if u cld help with the essays too plzzz

snigdha said...

n also what kind of questions shd we expect frm macbeth

syeda said...

Sir,
Are you sure that we dont have Print Culture and nation-state.

Anil Pinto said...

yes

syeda said...

Thank you so much sir..

Savita said...

hw do v go abt explainin,characteristics of anglo saxon poetry?...i mean tats almost as wicked as locatin chaucer n d otr authors in d rise o nation states n print culture!

ps:wld hav askd abt tat mid sem question in class ten i figurd v wer short o tym..rather i kept forgtin..

Abey Jose said...
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Abey Jose said...

just found this link ..

http://d.scribd.com/docs/kswhlv8uli07b8m3uo8.pdf

its A Glossary of Literary Terms

by M.H Abrams , seventh edition.

Anil Pinto said...

YES, This is THE book I had mentioned. Amazing that you could track it on the net.

Hat off Abey.

I think the eighth edition of this must be in circulation now. HOwever, you could depend on this.

Anil Pinto said...

Savita, I have put the links to material on Anglo-saxon poetry in the post again the topic.

Savita said...

i hav postd a doubt in d comments section on d play,way of the world...wil b glad 2 receive u're feedback on tat...thank u,sir:)

Anonymous said...

sir,
i forgot to download my hall ticket all these days, and now when i tried downloading it.that page is not there..i have more than 75% attendence..wat do i do now..please help

Anil Pinto said...

I am not sure. Abey from IFEP told me today that you have to pay a fine of Rs 100 for every day from the last date of downloading the hall ticket and get the hall ticket from the Examination office. Abey might be able to tell you more details.

Anonymous said...

thank you sir..i'll try contacting him

Anonymous said...

Sir, Do we have context questions for end sems? and will the end sems paper be in the same model as mid sem?

Anil Pinto said...

I have put the links on blank verse against the topic in the post above


Reg contexts, you may have questions around it.

Anonymous said...

this information is helpful sir...we gets an idea of how tough yhe paper will be....

shreya said...

anglo saxon poetry is in reference with the wife of bath christianization of europe.....

shreya said...

Blank verse is a type of poetry, distinguished by having a regular meter, but no rhyme. In English, the meter most commonly used with blank verse has been iambic pentameter (like that which is used in Shakespearean plays).

shreya said...

thankx sir 4 d various topics u gav us 4 studyng it really cam into gud use........

sir can u pls pass me sudhanshu sir's id ???
i will b gr8ful 2 u....

shreya said...

sir i hav changd ma cell no n in d holistic paper i gav ma old no.... for getng d result hw 2 get d result nw pls suggest.........

kicking.and.screaming said...

Lol, THIS is all very cute.

Question- Sir? Are these all the topics we have for 2009-2010 also? ALL the topics? Is it pretty please possible to put up a list of just the topics, and I'll wiki everything?

Anil Pinto said...

Dear Bhu, you have some of these topics. not all. For further info you may contact padmakumar in the dept of Media Studies who is the coordinator of the programme. I used to teach this course last year and had blogged these. This year i do not teach, my other colleagues do