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10th January 2017, 03:41 PM
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Re: Hemchandracharya North Gujarat University Syllabus

Well below I have given you the HNGU MA English course syllabus so you can have a look

HNGU MA English course Syllabus


Unit I: Edmund Spenser - Faerie Queene-Book-I -
William Shakespeare - Sonnets 18, 29, 55, 65
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Unit II: John Milton - Paradise Lost Book I
Unit III: John Donne – ”The Extasie”
- “The Anniversarie”
- “The Canonization”
Andrew Marvell - “To his Coy Mistress”
“Definition of Love”
Unit-IV: Multiple Choice Questions:
Objective type questions with multiple choices will be asked under this unit to test student’s familiarity with the historical background of the period. There will be no formal teaching of history but it will be discussed in the context of the representative texts and authors.

Recommended Reading:
1. David Daiches : A Critical History of English Literature (Common for all papers)
2. Edmund Spenser : The Faerie Queene
3. Philip Sydney : Astrophel and Stella
4. John Milton : Paradise Lost Book-IX
5. Christopher Marlow: Edward-II
6. Thomas More: Utopia
7. Ben Johson : Volpone
8. Bacon : The Advancement of Knowledge
9. Lily : Euphues
10. Philip Sidney : Arcadia
11. John Bunyan : Pilgrim’s Progress
12. Cervantes : Don Quixote
13. Ariosto : Orlanda Furioso
14. Pico Dela Mirandola : Orations on the Dignity of Man
15. Rabelais : Gargantua

Paper Eng 0102
Shakespearean Drama
(Credit : 4)
Unit I: William Shakespeare - Twelfth Night
As You like It
Unit II: William Shakespeare - Hamlet
- Macbeth
Unit III: William Shakespeare - Antony and Cleopatra
- Julius Caesar
Unit-IV: Multiple Choice Questions:
Objective type questions with multiple choices will be asked under this unit to test student’s familiarity with the historical background of the period. There will be no formal teaching of history but it will be discussed in the context of the representative texts and the author.

Recommended Reading:
1. By Stanley Wells and Gary Taylor (ed.): The Complete Plays of Shakespeare
2. S. Schonbaum : Shakespeare’s Lives
3. E.M. W. Tillyard: The Elizabethan Word Picture
4. A.C. Bradley: Shakespearean Tragedy
5. G. Wilson Knight :The Wheel of Fire
6. G. Wilson Knight: The Imperial Theme
7. A.C. Bradley: Lectures on Poetry
8. Gary Taylor: Reinventing Shakespeare
9. Bill Bryson: Shakespeare
10. Samuel Johson: Preface to Shakespeare
11. Philip Sidney :Astrophel and Stella.
12. Philip Sidney: A Defence of Poetry
13. H.B. Charlton: Shakespearean Comedies
14. H.B. Charlton: Shakespearean Tragedies
15. S.T. Coleridge: Shakespearean Criticism
16. P.E. Easterling (ed.):Cambridge Companion to Greek Tragedy
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