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Friday, April 03, 2009

British Literature quesions...

I am posting some of the questions that came to my mind this evening. Please inform all your friends in PSEng, JPEng and FEP, who many not otherwise see it so close to the examination.
  • Compare the idea of marriage in Look Back in Anger and The Importance of Being Earnest..
  • Explain how ‘My Last Duchess’ is a dramatic monologue.
  • What kind of beauty Yeats does not approve? Why?
  • What is the significance of these lines “In the room the women come and go/Talking of Michelangelo” in “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock”?
  • What are the different waves of feminism? Which wave does Woolf belong to?
  • “Overarching power of the state is an important theme in ‘The Unknown citizen’” Comment. (Some of the other themes could be - Conformity and Anonymity in the Modern World, surveillance, …)
  • “The fox is the symbol of shaping of poetic ideas” comment.
  • What does Virginia Woolf say about Aphra Bhen?
  • What is the relationship between Raina and Louka.
  • What is Snowball’s role in the Battle?
  • Read “Look Back in Anger” as an autobiographical play.
  • Can “The Love Song of J.Alfred Prufrock” be considered as a dialogue between the conscious and the sub conscious mind/poet and his beloved?
  • Who is Judith? Why does Woolf create her?
  • Write a not on the idea of class struggle in Arms and the Man.
  • What does Animal Farm satirize?
  • What does Virgina Woolf say about the state of Victorian women writers?
  • What is androgyny How does Woolf explain it?

Terms you should be familiar with
Stream of Consciousness (In connection with ’The Love Song ….’
Expressionism
Modernism
Post-modernism
Realism
Anti-realism
Satire
Imagery
Dramatic monologue
Comedy
Tragedy

kitchen sink drama

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

thanks sir..

DANISH KHAN. said...

thank u sir...

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Anonymous said...

Thank you, Sir!

Anonymous said...

thnx sir...we hope u r not fooling us with these questions...lol....!!!

gipi said...

all my gratitude for this initiative. sir.

aleesha said...

thank u vry much sir :) vry sweet o u :)

Vani said...

thnk u sir...:D