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    B.A ENGLISH (HONOURS) Syllabus

    CHOICE BASED CREDIT SYSTEM

    w. e. f. Admission Batch (2016-2017) for Affiliated Colleges

    North Orissa University

    Sriram Chandra Vihar

    Takatpur, Baripada

    Mayurbhanj-757003

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    COURSE STRUCTURE (CBCS)

    For B.A Honours (English) Sem Core Course Ability Skill Elective Generic

    Enhancement Enhancement Discipline Elective (No. of paper14) Compulsory Course Specific (GE)

    Credit (4+2) Course (AECC) (SEC) (DSE) (No. of paper 4) (No. of paper 2) (No. of Paper 2) (No. of paper 4) Credit (6)

    Credit (4) Credit (4) Credit (6)

    I CCH-1 Environmental GE-A-1 Science

    CCH-2

    II CCH-3 MIL/ Alt English GE-B-1

    CCH-4

    III CCH-5 GE-A-2 SEC-1

    CCH-6 Communicative

    CCH-7 English

    IV CCH-8 GE-B-2 SEC-2

    CCH-9

    (Subject Specific Skill)

    CCH-10

    V CCH-11 DSE-1

    CCH-12 DSE-2

    VI CCH-13 DSE-3

    CCH-114 DSE-4

    GE- A/B two different subjects other than English Core Papers (C): (Credit: 06 each, Theory-04, Practical-02)

    Discipline Specific Elective Papers: (Credit: 06 each) (4 papers)- DSE 1 – 4

    Generic Elective/Interdisciplinary (04 papers –02 papers from two disciplines GE 1 to GE

    4

    1. ANTHROPOLOGY 2. ECONOMICS 3. EDUCATION 4. GEOGRAPHY 5. HOME SCIENCE 6. HINDI

    7. HISTORY 8. MATHEMATICS

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    9. ODIA 10. POL. SC. 11. PHILOSOPHY 12. PSYCHOLOGY 13. SANSKRIT 14. SOCIOLOGY

    Skill Enhancement Courses (02 papers) (Credit: 04 each)- SEC1 to SEC 2)

    1. Communicative English (Compulsory)

    Generic Elective Papers (GE) (English) (any 2 for other honours student & any 4 for pass

    student) for other Departments/Disciplines: (Credit: 06 each)

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    SEMESTER-I

    ENGLISH (HONS) Paper: CCH- Eng-1

    Subject: British Poetry and Drama: 14 th

    and 17 th

    Centuries Duration : 3 HRS Lecturer: 60

    Marks : 100 (Midterm-20, End Term-80)

    The objective of this paper is to acquaint the students with the three Ages/Periods of English Literature:

    the Medieval; the Renaissance & the Reformation.

    Midterm Test: 20 marks ( 2 questions x 10 marks on unit I/II / III)

    End Term Exam: 80 marks

    Unit-I 1 long question + 1 short note/analysis = 20+5 = 25 marks

    Unit-II 1 long question + 1 annotation = 20+10 = 30 marks

    Unit-III 1 long question + 1 short note/analysis 20+5 = 25 marks

    Unit-1: Chaucer- The wife of Bath’s Tale or The Pardoner’s Tale.

    Unit-2 :

    Sir Thomas Wyatt; “Farewell, Love”. Sir Philip Sidney : “ Leave me, O Love, which reaches

    but to dust”, Edmund Waller. “Go lovely Rose” Ben Jonson; “Song to Celia”, William Shakespeare: Sonnets “Shall I compare “Let me not to the marriage of true minds”.

    Unit-3:

    A. William Shakespeare : As You like it.

    Or B. Marlowe: Edward.II

    Essential readings:

    1. Sanders, Andrews : The Short Oxford History of English Literature, Oxford: OUP 2. Critical History of English Literature- David Daiches. 3. Harold Bloom: The Invention of the Human

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    SEMESTER-I

    ENGLISH (HONS) Paper: CCH- Eng-2

    Sub: British Poetry and Drama 17 th

    & 18 th

    Century Duration : 3 HRS Lecturer: 60

    Marks : 100 (Midterm-20, End Term-80)

    This paper seeks to introduce the students to the 17 th Century period of English Revolution, the Jacobean

    Period, the Metaphysicsl Poetry, Cavalier Poetry, Comedy of Humours, Masques & Beast fables, 18 th

    Century: Restoration; Neo classicism; Heroic Poetry; Restoration Comedy/ Comedy of Manners.

    Midterm Test: 20 marks ( 2 questions x 10 marks on unit I/II / III)

    End Term Exam: 80 marks

    Unit-I 1 long question + 1 annotation = 20+10 = 30 marks

    Unit-II 1 long question + 1 short note/analysis = 20+5 = 25 marks

    Unit-III 1 long question + 1 short note/analysis 20+5 = 25 marks

    Unit-1 :

    John Milton: Lycidas Or Allegro and II Penserosa;

    John Donne: A Nocturnall upon S. Lucie’s Day, Love’s Deity; and Andrew Marvel: The Coronet; The Definition of Love & To His Coy Mistress

    Unit-2 : Pope: Ode on Solitude, a Little Learning; Know Then Thyself

    Robert Burns: A Red Rose, A Fond Kiss, My Heart’s in the Highlands Unit-3 :

    Ben Jonson: Volpone

    Or Dryden: All for Love

    Essential readings: 1. Lycidas- John Milton (Eds. Paul & Thomas), Orient Blackswan 2. Critical History of English Literature- David Daiches. 3. The Norton Anthology of English Literature, Vol.B. The Sixteenth Century & The Early

    Seventeenth Century 4. The Norton Anthology of English Literature: The Restoration and the Eighteenth Century

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    SEMESTER-II

    ENGLISH (HONS) Paper: CCH- Eng-3

    Subject: British Literature: 18 th

    Century Duration : 3 HRS Lecturer: 60

    Marks : 100 (Midterm-20, End Term-80)

    The objective of this paper is to acquaint the students with 18 th Century of British Literature.

    Midterm Test: 20 marks ( 2 questions x 10 marks on unit I/II / III)

    End Term Exam: 80 marks

    Unit-I 1 long question + 1 short note/analysis 20+5 = 25 marks

    Unit-II 1 long question + 1 short note/analysis = 20+5 = 25 marks

    Unit-III 1 long question + 1 annotation = 20+10 = 30 marks

    Unit-1 : Joseph Addison :- On giving Advice

    Reflection in Westminster Abbey

    Defence and Happiness of Married Life

    Richard Steel :- Recollections

    On long winded people

    Unit-2 :

    Oliver Goldsmith:- A city Night Piece

    On National Prejudices.

    Man in Black.

    Samuel John Son: Expectations of Pleasure frustrated

    Domestic Greatness Unattainable

    Mischief of Good Company

    The Decy of Friendship

    Unit-3 :

    Thomas Gray: Elegy written in a country churchyars

    Essential readings:

    1. Critical History of English Literature; David Daiches. 2. The Norton Anthology of English Literature: The Restoration and the Eighteenth Century

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    SEMESTER-II

    ENGLISH (HONS) Paper: CCH- Eng-4

    Subject: Indian Writing in English Duration : 3 HRS Lecturer: 60

    Marks : 100 (Midterm-20, End Term-80)

    Ths objective of this paper is to acquaint the students with Indian writings in English.

    Midterm Test: 20 marks ( 2 questions x 10 marks on unit I/II / III)

    End Term Exam: 80 marks

    Unit-I 1 long question + 1 short note/analysis 20+5 = 25 marks

    Unit-II 1 long question + 1 short note/analysis = 20+5 = 25 marks

    Unit-III 1 long question + 1 annotation = 20+10 = 30 marks

    Unit-1 : Crystallization: R.K. Narayan, The Bachelor of Arts

    Unit-2 : Maturation: Amitav Ghosh, Shadow Lines

    Unit-3 :

    Flowering: R. Parthasarathy (ed) Ten Twentieth Century Indian Poets, The following poems are to be studied. Nissim Ezekiel, “Good Bye Party for Miss Puspa T.S”, Poet, Lover, Bird Watcher”, Arun

    Kolatkar, “The Boat Ride”, “Jejuri”, Kamala Das, “My Grandmother’s House”, “A Hot Noon in Malabar”, Jayanta Mahapatra, “Indian Summer”,, “Grass”, A.K. Ramanujan, “Looking for a

    Cousin on a Swing”, “Small Scale Reflections on a Great House”

    Essential readings:

    1. R. Parthsarathy, Ten Twentieth-Century Indian Poets. Delhi: Oxford University

    Press,1975.

    2. Vinay Dharwadkar, The Historical Formation of India-English Literature in Sheldon

    Pollock (ed.) Literature Cultures in History, New Delhi; Oxford University Press, 2003.

    3. Arvind Krishna Mehrotra, An illustrated History of Indian Literature in English.

    Hyderabad; Orient Blackswan, 2003.

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    SEMESTER-III

    ENGLISH (HONS) Paper: CCH- Eng-5

    Subject: British Romantic Literature Duration : 3 HRS Lecturer: 60

    Marks : 100 (Midterm-20, End Term-80)

    The objective of this paper is to familiarize the students with the Romantic Period and some of its

    representative writers. At the same time it aims at providing the students with broad idea of the social and

    historical contexts that shaped this unique upheaval.

    Midterm Test: 20 marks ( 2 questions x 10 marks on unit I/II / III)

    End Term Exam: 80 marks

    Unit-I 1 long question + 1 short note/analysis 20+5 = 25 marks

    Unit-II 1 long question + 1 annotation = 20+10 = 30 marks marks

    Unit-III 1 long question +

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