poetry and essays

Semester – III Paper IX New Literatures in English South Asian Literature Unit-I * Agha Shahid Ali : ‘Postcard from Kashmir’ * KishwarNaheed : ‘I am not that Woman’ Unit – II ShyamSelvadurai : Funny Boy KunzangChoden : The Circle of Karma Unit-III Australian Literature * A.D. Hope : ‘Australia’, ‘Death of the Bird’ * Judith Wright : ‘The Company of Lovers’, ‘Failure of Communication’ Patrick White : Voss Unit-IV Canadian Literature * Earle Birney : ‘The Bear on the Delhi Road’ * Susanna Moodie : ‘Indian Summer’ Margaret Atwood : The Blind Assassin Structure of the Question Paper 1. From the starred texts there will be four passages with internal choices for explanation of four marks each. 4?4=16 2. There will be six short-answer questions to be answered in 150 words, of four marks each. 6?4 =24 3. There will be four long answer questions with internal choices of 15 marks each
Unit-I Northrop Frye : ‘Myth, Fiction and Displacement’ Raymond Williams : ‘Romantic Artist from Culture and Society’ Unit-II Victor Shklovsky : From Art as Technique M.M. Bakhtin : “Discourse in the Novel” from The Dialogic Imagination Unit-III Louis Althusser : From Ideology and the State WolfgangIser : From The Reading Process Unit-IV Roland Barhes : “The Death of the Author” Homi K. Bhabha : “How Newness Enters the World: Postmodern Space, Postcolonial Times and the Trials of Cultural Translation”, in The Location of Culture (London: Routledge, 1994), pp.212-235 Note:- These essays are available in The English Critical Tradition , Vol. II edited by S. Ramaswamy and V.S. Seturaman (Macmillan, 1986), Literary Criticism: A Reading edited by B. Das and J.M. Mohanty(OUP,1999) and Patricia Waugh & Philop Rice (eds.) Modern Literary Theory Second Edition, Edwin Arnold, London, 1992 Structure of the Question Paper 1. There will be ten short-answer questions to be answered in 150 words, of four…