2019-20

MEG-08 Solved Assignment 2019-20 | New Literatures In English

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Course Code : MEG-08
Course Title : New Literature In English
Medium : English
Session : 2019-20 (July 2019 and January 2020)
Last Date of Submission : 31st March, 2020 (for July 2019 session)
30th September, 2020 (for January 2020 session)
Assignment Questions : Click Here

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Course Code : MEG-08
Course Title : New Literatures In English
Medium : English
Program : MA English
Maximum Marks : 100
Weightage : 30%
Session : July 2019 and January 2020 (2019-20)
Last Date of Submission : 31st March, 2020 (for July 2019 session)
30th September, 2020 (for January 2020 session)
Solution Type : Softcopy (PDF File)

NEW LITERATURES IN ENGLISH
ASSIGNMENT FOR MEG-08
July 2019 and January 2020 Session

Programme: MEG
Assignment Code: MEG-08/TMA/2019-20
Max. Marks: 100

Attempt all the ten questions and answer each question in approximately 500 words.

  1. What do you understand by the term „postcolonial‟? What role, if any, have diasporic intellectuals played in the institutionalization of postcolonial theory? Discuss
  2. “A Grain of Wheat is a very complex portrayal of a significant period of Kenyan history”. Discuss.
  3. Wole Soyinka makes certain characters play double roles in his play A Dance of the Forests.Does this have any significance? Discuss.
  4. The use of child-narrator modifies the reading of Ice-Candy Manas a Partition novel. Discuss.
  5. “A House for Mr. Biswas brings forth the crisis of identity formation.” Do you agree? Give a reasoned answer.
  6. What is ‘Rastafarianism’? How do you think it functions as a counter-culture in Brathwaite’s poetry?
  7. Examine the implications of the use of metaphors as frames of interpretation, based on your understanding of poetry from the Caribbean islands.
  8. The mandala motif in The Solid Mandalais a reflection on the diasporic Australian identity. Discussin detail.
  9. Analyse the theme of redemption in The Stone Angel.
  10. In what way has modern critical theory facilitated our understanding of Literature from erstwhile colonized regions such as the Caribbean?

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