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IMPORTANT QUESTIONS - ESSAY

5. IMPORTANT QUESTIONS - ESSAY


1. LITERATURE IN GENERAL
1. Art for Art's Sake
2. Art and Morality
3. English Literature in the 18th Century
4. English Literature in the 19th Century
5. Trends in the 20th Century Literature
6. Classicism and Romanticism
7. Influence of Renaissance on English Literature
8. Teaching of English Literature in Pakistan
Notes Prepared By: Prof. Shahbaz Asghar
2. POETRY
9. Romanticism in English Poetry
10. Spenser as 'The Poets' Poet'
11. Milton's Grand Style
12. Milton as an Epic Poet
13. Wordsworth as a Poet of Nature
14. Keats' Famous Odes
15. Emily Dickinson as a Love Poetess
16. The Waste Land --- The Greatest Poem of the 20th Century
Notes Prepared By: Prof. Shahbaz Asghar
3. DRAMA
17. Greek Tragedy
18. Drama During the Elizabethan Period
19. The Theatre of the Absurd
20. Modern Drama
21. Shakespearean Tragedy
22. Shakespeare's Major Comedies
23. O'Neil's Tragic Vision
24. A. Miller's Tragic Vision
Notes Prepared By: Prof. Shahbaz Asghar
4. NOVEL
25. Novel as an Art Form
26. 18th Century Novel
27. Victorian Novel
28. The Stream of Consciousness Novel
29. Tragic Vision in Hardy's Novels
30. George Eliot as the First Modern Novelist
31. Psychological Realism in Dickens' Novels
32. Jane Austen's Limited Range
Notes Prepared By: Prof. Shahbaz Asghar
5. MISCELLANEOUS (Prose, Criticism, Short Stories, Linguistics)
33. Bacon as an Essayist
34. Russell as a Philosopher
35. Criticism and Creation
36. A Critic is a Parasite
37. Aristotle's Poetics
38. T.S. Eliot as a Critic
39. Short Story as a Literary Genre
40. English as an International Language

PAST PAPERS - ESSAY (2008 - 2014)

1. YEAR 2008 (2nd Annual)


Write an essay on any ONE of the following topics.
(i) Victorian Writers and their Society
(ii) Imagism
(iii) Renaissance: A Movement of Shaking Faiths and Creating Skepticism
(iv) Romanticism in English Literature
(v) Novel During the Eighteenth and the Nineteenth Centuries
(vi) English Literature - A Reflection of Gentlemanly Traditions
(vii) Development of English Literature from Chaucer to Shakespeare
Notes Prepared By: Prof. Shahbaz Asghar
2. YEAR 2009 (1st Annual)
Write an essay on any ONE of the following topics.
(i) Art and Morality
(ii) Metaphysical Poetry and its Revival During the Twentieth Century
(iii) Shakespearean Drama - A Source of Life and Beauty
(iv) Romanticism Vs Realism
(v) Satire in the Eighteenth Century English Literature
(vi) Tragic Vision of Hardy's Novels
(vii) New Trends in the Twentieth Century Literature
Notes Prepared By: Prof. Shahbaz Asghar
3. YEAR 2010 (1st Annual)
Write an essay on any ONE of the following topics.
(i) Shakespearean Tragedy
(ii) Literature and Society
(iii) Satire in English Literature
(iv) Development of English Prose
(v) Metaphysical Poetry
(vi) Trends in Modern Drama
Notes Prepared By: Prof. Shahbaz Asghar
4. YEAR 2011 (1st Annual)
Write an essay on any ONE of the following topics.
(i) Role of Literature in Society
(ii) Modern Drama
(iii) Development of Victorian Novel
(iv) Development of English Essay
(v) Romantic Poetry
(vi) Shakespearean Comedy
Notes Prepared By: Prof. Shahbaz Asghar
5. YEAR 2012 (1st Annual)
Write an essay on any ONE of the following topics.
(i) Nature in Literature
(ii) Modern Tragedy
(iii) Trends in Modern English Poetry
(iv) Development of English Essay
(v) Romantic Poetry
(vi) What is Literature?
(vii) Shakespeare As a Damatist
Notes Prepared By: Prof. Shahbaz Asghar
6. YEAR 2013 (1st Annual)
Write an essay on any ONE of the following topics.
(i) Literature Presents Nothing But Truth
(ii) Objective Poetry Versus Subjective Poetry
(iii) Shakespearean Tragic Hero
(iv) Women Novelists in English Literature
(v) The Romantics - Not Escapists But True Revolutionists
(vi) The Theatre of the Absurd
(vii) Post - Colonial Literature
Notes Prepared By: Prof. Shahbaz Asghar
7. YEAR 2014 (1st Annual)
Write an essay on any ONE of the following topics.
(i) Usefulness of Studying Literature in Modern Times
(ii) Epic Poetry
(iii) Influence of Renaissance on English Literature
(iv) Eighteenth Century Novel
(v) Nature and the Romantics
(vi) Henrik Ibsen and Modern Tragedy
(vii) Impressionism and Expressionism in Literature