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Studies in Philology: Important Notes for English Honours (DSE 4)
Philological notes on ‘cupboard’, ‘assassin’ and ‘kitchen’ : English (Hons.), DSE 04
Train to Pakistan by Khushwant Singh: Significance of the arrival of the train
The Final Solution: Mallika represents the condition of women after the Partition
The Shadow Lines by Amitav Ghosh: Portrayal of the newly formed nation-states
Images of ‘light’ in Clear Light of Day by Anita Desai
Use of myths in the novel, Kanthapura by Raja Rao
'Harvest' by Jim Crace: Projection of a dystopian future
What is LGBTQ+ community? Know the Basics
On a Muggy Night in Mumbai by Mahesh Dattani: a critique of a homophobic Indian society
Great Expectations: Charles Dickens problematizes the notion of gentleman in the novel
Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte: Transgenerational Love Stories
Use of myths in W.B. Yeats’ poems
Eliot’s Murder in the Cathedral: Significance of the Temptation
Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot: The idea of ‘waiting’
T.S. Eliot’s Murder in the Cathedral as a Christian play
Easter 1916 by W.B. Yeats: Irish Nationalist Movement
Horace Walpole's play, The Castle of Otranto: character of Manfred
Horace Walpole's The Castle of Otranto: Relationship between Theodore and Isabella
Concept of the Performativity of Gender in Judith Butler's book, Gender Trouble
The Second Sex: Simone de Beauvoir’s view on Patriarchy and Feminism
Gender and Literature: Body has been a Contested Site in Gender Studies
The Pluralities of Masculinities with appropriate examples
Gulliver's Travels by Jonathan Swift (Short Questions and Answers)
Ode to Evening by William Collins (Short Questions & Answers)
Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard by Thomas Gray  (Short Questions & Answers – Marks 05)
Manto’s Toba Tek Sing: the man and the place become synonymous with each other
‘Wrath of Achilles’ in Homer's epic poem, The Iliad (Book I)
Plautus’s The Pot of Gold: Comment on love, marriage and dowry
Ovid's Metamorphoses: Significance of the Diana-Actaeon Story
Theme of sight and blindness in Sophocles' Oedipus the King
Fate and Free Will in Sophocles’ Oedipus the King | BARICK ACADEMY
Distinctiveness of Human Language | English (Honours) Paper: L1-1 (Semester I)
Varieties of human language with suitable examples | English (Honours) Paper: L1-1 (Semester I)
Expressive forms of language with examples from English| English (Honours) Paper: L1-1 (Semester I)
Colour film, a short description with its advantages and significant role
Maurya, as a tragic heroine  in Synge’s play, Riders to the Sea
G. B. Shaw's play, Candida: Character of Eugene Marchbanks
Grimm's Law, a linguistic principle of the systematic sound shifts
Monosyllabism, a literary technique consisting of only one syllable
Split infinitives in the English language: importance and function
First stage of Latin influence on English language
Johnsonese, a term referring to rhetorically balanced and high-sounding words
Back-formation and its importance in English language with appropriate examples