BEGC-133 British Literature Solved Assignment 2021-2022


Course Code : BEGC-133
Course Title : British Literature
Language : English
Session : 2021-22 (July 2021 and January 2022)
Last Date of Submission : 30th April, 2022 (for July 2021 session)
31st October, 2022 (for January 2022 session)
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Course Code : BEGC-133
Course Title : British Literature
Medium : English Medium
Program : BAG / BA (CBCS) / BAG 3rd Semester
Maximum Marks : 100
Weightage : 30%
Session : July 2021 and January 2022 (2021-22)
Last Date of Submission : 30th April, 2022 (for July 2021 session)
31st October, 2022 (for January 2022 session)
Solution Type : Softcopy (PDF File)


Programme: BAG/2021/2022
Course Code: BEGC 133
Max. Marks: 100

Answer all the questions in this assignment.


I Explain the following passages with reference to the context.

1. “I have no spur
To prick the sides of my intent, but only
Vaulting ambition, which o’erleaps itself
And falls on th’ other.”

2. “Out, damned spot: out I say!
One, Two: Why then ’tis Time to do’t.
Hell is murky. Fie,
My Lord, fie: a Soldier, and affear’d?
What need we fear? Who knows it,
When none can call our Power to accompt”?

3. “How strange it is to be talked to in such a way! You know, I’ve
always gone on like that. I mean the noble attitude and the thrilling
voice. I did it when I was a tiny child to my nurse. She believed in
it. I do it before my parents. They believe in it.”

4. “Thou hast betray’d thy nature and thy name,
Not rendering true answer, as beseem’d
Thy fealty, nor like a noble knight:
For surer sign had follow’d, either hand,
Or voice, or else a motion of the mere.”


II. Write short notes on the following: 5×4=20
a. Thomas Hardy and the fictional region of Wessex.
b. Tennyson’s “Idylls of the King” and the Arthurian Legend.
c. The ‘Banquet Scene’ in Macbeth.
d. The ‘Victorian Conflict’ as expressed in the poems of Tennyson.

III. Write short essays on the following: 10×2=20
a. Write a short essay on Bernard Shaw’s political vision. To what extent did this vision colour his dramatic work?
b. According to Terry Eagleton, the real heroines of the play Macbeth, are the witches. Do you agree with this view? Justify your answer with your views on the role of the witches in Macbeth.

Section C

IV Discuss Thomas Hardy’s philosophical views. In what way is his philosophy as expressed in Far From the Madding Crowd different from that in later novels like The Mayor of Casterbridge? 20


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