MA English syllabus and subjects Punjab University 2021

 MA English is best from Punjab University but a little bit tough. The subjects for MA English in different Universities are different. That is why I have written this post exclusively for Punjab University Students.

PU MA English syllabus and subjects 2021

PU MA English part 1 and part 2 syllabus and subjects

The complete information about Punjab University MA English syllabus, books, course names, is given in detail. You can even download the complete syllabus of MA English for PU in PDF here on Study Pak. The link to download the syllabus in pdf is given below the image.

MA English part 1 syllabus and subjects

Course Title                Marks

Paper I             Classical Poetry           100

Paper II            Drama-I                       100

Paper III           Novel-I                         100

Paper IV          Prose                             100

Paper V           American Literature     100

Total Marks:                                        500


Courses for MA English Part-I

The detailed description of the content relevant to MA English Part-I is given below in the series. This will increase your knowledge of the course concepts.

Classical Poetry:

● The Prologue
Chaucer

● Paradise Lost Books I & IX
Milton

● Love/Divine Poems
Donne 

● The Rape of the Lock.
Pope

● Whose List to Hunt, They Flee from Me, Is it Possible Forget Not Yet, Madam Withouen Many Words, and What should I say Stand who so list.
Wyatt

● My Friend the Things That Do Attain Love, So Cruel Prison, Wyatt Resteth Here, That Doth Reign and Live Within My Thought.
Surrey

 Drama:

 

       Oedipus Rex

Sophocles

       Dr. Faustus

Marlowe

       Othello

& The Winter’s Tale

Shakespeare

       The Importance of Being Earnest

Wilde

Novel:

       A Tale of Two Cities

Dickens

       Barchester Towers

Trollope

       Pride & Prejudice

Jane Austen

       Adam Bede

G. Eliot

       The Return of the Native

Hardy

Prose:

       Selected Essay

Bacon

       Introduction from “Culture and Imperialism”

Edward Said

       Unpopular Essay

Bernard Russell

       Essay “The Redress of Poetry”

Seamus Heaney

       Gulliver’s Travels

Jonathan Swift

American Literature:

Poetry:

Selected Poems

By John Ashbury,

Sylvia Plath,

Richard Wilber,

Adrienne Rich

Drama:

Selected Drama By “O’Neil and Miller

Novel:

Selected Novel By “Toni Morrison and Ernest Hemingway

MA English Part 2 syllabus and subjects:

Course Title                 Marks

Compulsory Courses:

Paper-I            Poetry-II                      100

Paper-II           Drama-II                      100

Paper-III          Fiction-II                      100

 Paper-IV         Literary Criticism        100

Optional Courses:

Paper-V           Essay/

Linguistic/

                        Literature in the World/

Short Stories                100

Total Marks:                                      500

Content Description of the Courses “MA English Part-II”:

All the detail regarding to the content of the course included in Part-II of MA English is given below. It will cover both Compulsory and Optional Papers.

Compulsory Papers:

Poetry-II:

Section-I:

       From “Innocence and Experience” Selected Poems

Blake

       Hyperion Book I

Keats

       The Ancient Mariner

Kubla Khan

Dejection

Coleridge

Section-II

       Mr. Bleaney

Church Going

Ambulances

1914

Philip Larkin

       A Constable Calls

Toome Road

Casting and Gathering

Personal Helicon

Tolland Man

Seamus Heaney

       That Morning

Full Moon and Freida

Thought Fox

Chances

Ted Hughes

Drama-II:

       Hedda Gabler

Ibsen

       The Cherry Orchard

Chekov

       Galileo Galili

Brecht

       Waiting for Godot

Beckett

      Bond The Sea

Edward

Novel-II:

      Heart of Darkness

Conrad

       To the Lighthouse

Woolf

       Things Fall Apart

Achebe

       Twilight in Delhi

Ahmad Ali

Literary Criticism:

Practical Criticism will be done.

       Poetics

Aristotle

       Critical Practice

Catherine Belsey

       Modern tragedy

Raymond William’s

       Apology for Poetry

Philip Sidney

       Tradition and the Individual Talent

T.S. Eliot

Reference will be taken from “An Introduction to Literary Criticism” written by ‘Romon Seldon

Optional Papers:

Short Stories:

About 20 short stories are taken from different writers and included in the course.

Literature in English Around the World:

Drama:

Selected dramas by “Brian Friel and Lorca.

Novel:

Selected novels by “Solzhynetsin and Nugugi.

Poetry:

Different Poems by “Taufiq Rafat, Daud Kamal, Maki Qureshi, and others.”

Linguistic:

In the course, student will cover the basic introduction of Linguistics, Syntax, Phonetics, and much more.

Essay:

The course depends upon the skill of Essay Writing.
Punjab University MA English part 1 and part 2 syllabus


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