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MEG-03 British Novel Syllabus PDF Notes : IGNOU Help Book


MEG-03 British Novel Syllabus


British Novel- 1 Henry Fielding: Tom Jones
Unit-1 Some Aspects of ‘Fiction’
Unit-2 As We First Read Tom Jones
Unit-3 Characters as Characterisations
Unit-4 Artistic Unity or Socio-Cultural Concerns
Unit-5 Feminist Concerns in Fielding
Unit-6 Some Critical Opinions on Tom Jones
Unit-7 Narration in Fiction and Third World

British Novel- 2 Jane Austen: Pride and Prejudice
Unit-1 The Novel in its Context
Unit-2 Main Themes in pride and Prejudice-1
Unit-3 Main Themes in Pride and Prejudice-2
Unit-4 Characters in the Novel
Unit-5 The Narrative of Pride and Prejudice
Unit-6 Critical Perspectives

British Novel- 3 Wuthering Heights: Emily Bronte
Unit-1 Background to Wuthering Height
Unit-2 The Problem of Narrative
Unit-3 Gift of God’: Heathcliff
Unit-4 You Look Like a Lady Now’: Significance of Catherine
Unit-5 Wuthering Heights: One Hundred and Fifty Years
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British Novel- 4 Charles Dickens: Great Expectations
Unit-1 Background
Unit-2 Great Expectations and Self-Improvement
Unit-3 Improvement Or Disintegration?
Unit-4 Great Expectations And The Fairytale
Unit-5 Crime And Respectability

British Novel- 5 George Eliot : Middlemarch
Unit-1 Approaching The Novel
Unit-2 Themes, Characters, Techniques
Unit-3 Philosophical Underpinnings
Unit-4 George Eliot’s Perspectives
Unit-5 The Finale

British Novel- 6 Joseph Conrad: Heart of Darkness
Unit-1 His Story and History
Unit-2 Literary Analysis-I
Unit-3 Literary Analysis-II
Unit-4 Race, Empire, Gender in Heart of Darkness
Unit-5 The Lengthening Shadow

British Novel- 7 James Joyce: A Portrait of The Artist As A Young Man
Unit-1 A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man Novel
Unit-2 Genre, Overall Structure and Point of View
Unit-3 Stephen’s Growth and Personality
Unit-4 Narrative Technique
Unit-5 Critical Perspectives: A Brief Selective Overview

British Novel- 8 Edward Morgan Forster: A Passage to India
Unit-1 Passage to India
Unit-2 Representations of India (A): Approaches to the Novel
Unit-3 History and A Passage to India
Unit-4 Race Class and Gender in A Passage to India
Unit-5 Representations of India (B): Religions in the Novel
Unit-6 Passages from India

British Novel- 9 Muriel Spark: The Prime of Miss Jean Brodies
Unit-1 The English Novel: Modernism and After
Unit-2 Muriel Spark: Her life, her Works, and the Text
Unit-3 Analysing the Text-1
Unit-4 Analysing the Text-2
Unit-5 The English Novel: 1960s and After


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