|Course Code :||BEGC-132|
|Course Title :||Selections from Indian Writing: Cultural Diversity|
|Medium :||English Medium|
|Program :||BAG / BA (CBCS)|
|Maximum Marks :||100|
|Session :||July 2019 and January 2020 (2019-20)|
|Last Date of Submission :||30th April, 2020 (for July 2019 session)
31st October, 2020 (for January 2020 session)
|Solution Type :||Softcopy (PDF File)|
Selections from Indian Writing: Cultural Diversity
Programme: BA Gen (BAG)
Course Code: BEGC 132
Total Marks: 100
Min Pass marks: 35
This assignment is split up into three sections: A, B and C
Attempt ALL the questions.
Explain the following with reference to the context:
1. No, I don’t work for a Shah
I said, but for a Shahni, very kind, very well off
And I am not the only one
Working for her
She has many servants
Ever ready to do her bidding
2. Once you are used to it
even the sorrowt
hat visits you
sometimes, in dreams,
melts away, embarrassed.
3. These are the colours of destiny
Of immutable truth
and the colours also
with which warring pawns
Are daily decorating our towns.
4. When some day in distant parts she dwells
Where what the people be like! I know not,
Will they awaken her on gentle, mellow sounds?
Or, will they, I misgive, snatch her sleep away?
Write short notes on the following:
5. The aesthetics of Dalit writing.
6. Chandrabati’s delineation of Sita.
7 .Discuss MK Naik’s views with regard to English in India, balancing them with your own ideas on the issue.
8. How does writing from a silenced perspective alter our reading of a particular text? Discuss with reference to the texts discussed in the course.
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