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MEG 07 INDIAN ENGLISH LITERATURE Queation Paper June 2014

 

MEG 07 INDIAN ENGLISH LITERATURE

Queation Paper June 2014

 

Time : 3 hours                                                                                      Maximum Marks : 100

Note : Answer all questions All questions carry equal marks

I. Explain with reference to the context any four 4x5=20 of the following passages in about 150 words each:

(a) Thy eagle pinion is chained down at last, And grovelling in the lowly dust art thou: Thy minstrel hath no wreath to weave for thee Save the sad story of thy misery!

(b) Thy golden light came down into my feet My earth is now thy play field and thy seat.

(c) All mine, mine alone. It is half English, Half Indian, funny perhaps, but it is honest, It is as human as I am human, don't you see? MEG-07 1 P.T.O.

(d) Now she looks for the swing in cities with fifteen suburbs and tries to be innocent about it.

(e) You learn roots are deep. That language is a tree, loses colour under another sky.

(I) I can smell violence in the air like the lash of coming rainmass hatreds drifting grey across the moon.

(g) Not in vain She weeps-for lo! at every tear she sheds Tears from three pairs of young eyes fall amain, And bowed in sorrow are the three young heads. MEG-07 2 P.T.O.

II. In what ways does Swami Vivekananda see 20 similarities between Hinduism and science? (450 words).

OR.

Critically describe the main features of Raja Roo's narrative technique in "Kanthapura." (450 words). Critically assess Amitav Ghosh as a travel 20 writer. (450 words).

OR.

Discuss the importance of Gandhian philosophy in the Novel Untouchable. (450 words).

IV. Comment on the role of music in Clear light 20 of Day. (450 words).

OR.

Write an essay on history and the individual in Midnight's Children (450 words).

V. Attempt a critical appreciation of 'The 20 Fourth Daughter' (450 words).

OR.

Comment on the use of English in 'Tara.' (450 words). 

 

 

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