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There are various course offered by the HNB Garhwal University.

Following is the list of courses offered by the University:

I am uploading a file of syllabus of B.A. course of all the parts.

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Part – I: Selection in English Prose (HNB Garhwal University Publication, 2006)

Part – II:
Short Notes, with examples and illustrations, on any two, out of the four of M.M. 10.

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There are various course offered by the HNB Garhwal University.

Following is the list of courses offered by the University:


I am uploading a file of syllabus of B.A. course of all the parts.

I am also posting some of the content from the syllabus here:

Part – I: Selection in English Prose (HNB Garhwal University Publication, 2006)

Part – II:
Short Notes, with examples and illustrations, on any two, out of the four of M.M. 10.

Syllabus

B.A. Part – I
Paper – I: Prose (for detailed study)

Part – I: Selection in English Prose (HNB Garhwal University Publication, 2006)
Published By: National Publishing House, Dehradun.
Part – II:
Short Notes, with examples and illustrations, on any two, out of the four of the following: M.M. 10
1. Story
2. Plot
3. Essay
4. Aphorism
5. Wit
6. Humour
7. Texture
8. Structure
9. Realism
10. Auto-Biography

Note: Candidates will be required to attempt five questions in all, of which Q. no. I,
(reference to the context based on the text) and the question from Part II (Short Notes), will be compulsory.

Books recommended:
1. Hugh Walker – The Essays and the Essayists
2. Herbert Read – English Prose Style
3. B. Dobree – Modern Prose Style
4. B. Prasad – A Background to the Study of English Literature
5. Charles Williams – Bacon
6. M.H. Abrams - A Glossary of Literary Terms
7. W.H. Hudson – Introduction to the Study of English Literature

Paper II: Drama (for Detailed Study)
(A) Twelfth Night : William Shakespeare
(B) Arms and The Man : G.B.Shaw

Part – II:
Short Notes, with examples and illustrations, on any two, out of the four of the following: M.M. 10
1. Play
2. Drama
3. Comedy
4. Character
5. Climax
6. Aside
7. Problem play
8. Soliloquy
9. Epilogue
10. Action
11. Chorus
12. Prologue

Books Recommended:

1. A. Nicoll – The British Drama
2. Dowden – Shakepears’s Mind and Art
3. Simpson – Studies in Elizabethan Drama
4. G.K. Chestertorn – The Problem Play

Note: Candidates will be required to attempt five questions in all, of which Q. no. I (reference to the context) and the question from Part – I (Short Notes) will be compulsory.
B.A. Part – II

Paper – I: Poetry (for detailed Study) M.M. 75

Part – I : Selection in English Poetry M.M. 65
(National Publishing House, Dehradun)
Part - II : Short Notes, on any two, out of the four of the following : M.M. 10

1. Lyric
2. Sonnet
3. Ode
4. Ballad
5. Elegy
6. Heroic –Couplet
7. Epic
8. Mock-Epic
9. Blank-Verse
10. Epithet
11. Conceit

Note: Candidates will be required to attempt Five questions in all, in which Q.No. I
(reference to the context based on the text), and question in Part II (Short Notes) will be compulsory.

Books Recommended:
1. Spurgeon – Shakespeare’s imagery and What it Tells you
2. Greden – Donne
3. David – Milton
4. Graham Hough – The Romantic Poetry.
5. B. Prasad – A Short History of English Poetry
6. Douglas Bush – English Poetry
7. G. Bullough - The Trend of Modern Poetry , 1934-1949
8. B. Prasad – Background to the Study of English Literature.
9. M.H. Abrams – A Glossary of Literary Terms.

Paper – II : Fiction (For Non-Detailed Study)

Part – I :
Section (A)- The Return of the Native – Thomas Hardy
Section (B) – The Guide – R.K. Narayan
Part – II : Short notes, on any three, out of the five of the following : MM – 15

1. Fiction
2. Regional Novel
3. Sensibility
4. Setting
5. Back Ground
6. Picaresque Novel
7. Caricature
8. Realism
9. Naturalism
10. Surrealism
11. Irony
12. Stream of consciousness

Books Recommended:
1. David Cecil – Hardy: The Novelist
2. E.M. Forster – Aspects of Novel
3. Walter Allen – The English Novel
4. B. Prasad – Background to the Study of English Literature
5. M.H. Abrams – A Glossary of Literary Terms
6. Edwin Muir – Structure of the Novel
7. Sipleys – Companion to the Study of Literary Terms.

Note: Candidates will be required to attempt five questions in all, of which question from Part- II (Short Notes) will be compulsory. Of the remaining four questions, two are to be attempted from section A and two from section B of Part- I

B.A. Part – III

Paper: Drama
Part – I
Section (A) Othello – W. Shakepeare
Section (B)- Riders to The Sea – J.M. Synge

Part-II: Short Notes, with examples and illustrations, on any two, out of the four, of the following M.M. 10

1. Conflict
2. Dramatic-irony
3. Tragedy
4. Hamartia
5. Katharsis
6. Renaissance
7. Reformation
8. Romanticism
9. Pre-Raphaelite Movement
10. Impressionism
11. Surrealism
12. Dramatic Monologue

Books Recommended:

1. Dowden – Shakespeare’s Mind and Art
2. A.C. Bradley – Shakespearean Tragedy
3. Wilson Knight – The Wheel of Fire
4. Nicoll –
5. Martin Coyle – Literary Terms and Criticism
6. Bennet & Murton - A Dictionary of Literary Forms

Paper – II : 20th Century British and American Poetry (For Detaild Study) 20th Century British and American Poetry (HNB Garhwal Universtiy Publication 2002 Published by: National Publishing House, Dehradun )

Part – I :
Section (A)- British Poetry
Section (B) – American Poetry
Part – II : Short Notes, with examples and illustrations, on any two, out of the four, of the following:

1. Imagism
2. Expressionism
3. Symbolism
4. Myth
5. Metaphysical Poetry
6. Motif
7. Ambiguity
8. Aestheticism
9. Poetic Diction
10. Didacticism
11. New Poetry

Books Recommended:
1.V.de Sola Pinto - Crisis in English Poetry
2. H.V. Routh - Ideas in 20th Century Literaature
3. A.G. Stock - W. B. Yeats
4. George Williamson - A Reader’s Guide to T.S. Eliot
5. Richard Meggal - W.H. Auden
6. A.C. Ward - 20th Century English Literature
7. John Peak & Martin Coyle – A Dictionary of Literary Forms

Note: Candidates will be required to attempt five questions in all of which Q.No. I (Reference to the context based on the text) and the question from Part II (Short Notes) will be compulsory. Of the remaining three question, at least one question is to be attempted from Section A, an one from Section B of Part I
Master of Arts

(A) English Language & Literature

Paper I

Unit I : Spenser : Fairie Queene Book I
Unit II : Milton : Paradise Lost Books I & II
Unit III : Shakesperare : Hamlet
Unit IV : Shakespeare : Tempest
Unit V : Shakespeare : Henry IV Part I
Unit VI : Marlowe : Edward II
Unit VII : Jonson : The Alchemist
Unit VIII: Francis Bacon : Of Studies, of Truth of Travel, of Adversity

Paper II

Unit I : Dryden : Absolom & Achitophel
Unit II : Pope : Epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot
Unit III : Collins : Ode to Evening
Unit IV : Congreve : The Way of the World
Unit V : Dryden : All for Love

Paper III

Unit I : Wordsworth : Tintern Abbey Solitary Reaper & Lucy Poems (all Three)
Unit II : Afred Tennyson : Monted Arthur, Lotus Eaters, Tears. I dle Tears, The Lady of Shallot
Unit III : Walt Whitman : Crossing Brooklyn Ferry
Unit IV : Charles Dickens : David Copperfield
Unit V : George Eliot : Middle March
Unit VI : Thomas Hardy : Jude the Obscure
Unit VII: Hawthorne : Scarlet Letter
Unit VIII: Arnold : The Study of Poetry
Unit IX : Shaw : Man And Superman
Unit X : Dostoevsky : The Brothers Karamazov


Paper IV

Unit I :W.B. Yeats (a) Sailing to Byzantium
(b) Second Coming
(c) Mayor for my daughter
Unit II : T.S. Eliot : The Waste Land
Unit III : Robert Frost : Birches, Home Burial, Road not taken
Unit IV : Vikram Seth : The Forbidden Lake
Unit V : James Joyce : Ulysses
Unit VI : Earnest Hemingway : A Fare Well to Arms
Unit VII : William Golding : The Lord Of Flies
Unit VIII : Anita Desai : Cry the Peacock
Unit IX : T.S. Eliot : Murder in the Cathedral
Unit X : Chekhov : The Cherry Orchards

Paper V

Unit I : Greek Tragedy : lon, Euripides
Unit II : Classical Sanskrit Drama : Kalidas’s Shakuntala
Unit III : Shakespearean Drama : Measure for Measure
Unit IV : Thomas Kyd : The Spanish Tragedy
Unit V : Brecht : Mother Courage
Unit VI : Miller : Death of the Salesman
Unit VII : Samuel Becket : Waiting for Godot
Unit VIII: Osborne : Look Back in Anger
Unit IX : Fry : Lady is Not for Burning
Unit X : Conrad : Tuglaq

Paper VI (Critical Theory)

Unit I : Aristotle : Poetics
Unit II : Longinus : Of Sublime
Unit III : Bharata : Natyashastra (English translation)
Unit IV : Dr. Johnson : A Preface to Shakespeare
Unit V : Coleridge : Biographia Literaria Chapter XIV and XVI
Unit VI : T.S. Eliot : Tradition and the Individual Talent
Unit VII : W.Empson : Seven Types of Ambiguity
Unit VIII: Post Structuralims : Derrida: An Essay on Difference (Margins Of Philosophy)
Unit IX : Feminist Criticism : E Show Walter: The New – Feminist Criticism
Unit X : Post colonialism Signs Taken for Wonders


Paper VII
(a) Special Study of a major English Author: One of the following:-
(i) D.H. Lawrence
(ii) E.M. Forster
(iii) Margaret Etwood
(iv) Ruth Jhabbawala

Paper VII

(b) American Literature
Unit I : American Poetry: Emily Dickinson
(i) I Could not stoop for death
(ii) The Soul Selects it sown society
(iii) I felt a funeral in my brain
(iv) Light exists in spring
Unit II : Sylvia Plath : Daddy
Unit III : Mark Twain : Hucklebury Finn
Unit IV : Saul Bellow : Herzog
Unit V : Toni Morrison : The Bluest Eye
Unit VI : Tennesse Williams : The Glass Monogery
Unit VII : August Wilson : Fences
Unit VIII: William Carlos William : In the American Grain

Paper VIII: Major Critical Concepts: Movement and Phenomena of literary theory


Unit I : Neo-classicism: Boileau : The Art of Poetry Dryden: An Essay on Dramatic Poetry
Unit II : Romanticism: Wordsworth : A Preface to Lycrical Ballads Shelley: A Defence of Poetry
Unit III : Realism and Naturalism W. Sliz. Realism and Reality G.J.Recker :
Documents of Modern Literary Realism
Unit IV : Modernism and Post – Modernism
Unit V : Absurdism
Unit VI : Orientalism
Unit VII : Symbolism and Expressionism
Unit VIII : Literature of Protest
Unit IX : Literature of the Diaspora
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Paper VIII: Translation and Translation theory

Unit I : F.R. Amos : Early T
Unit II : S. Bassntt : Translation Studies
Unit III : Walter Benjamin : The Task of a Translation and Derrida:
Structure, Sign and play in the Discourse of the Human Sciences
Unit IV : J.F. Graham : Differences in Translation
Unit V : J.Holmes, J Lambett and Lotevre: Literature in Translation
Unit VI : Even Zohan : Papers in Historical Poetics
Unit VII : H Kittel and AR Frank: Interculturlality and Historical Study of Literary Translation
Unit VIII: S.Mukherjee : Translation as Discovery
Unit IX : S.Chaudhri : Translation and understanding
Paper IX: Two term papers of 25 marks each and a short dissertation (in 30 pages) of 50 marks

Paper X: Viva-Voce of 100 Marks NB

I. Explanations will be set only in the first in the four papers from the writers whose names have
been market with asterisk.
II. Each paper shall carry minimum ten questions out of which five shall have to be attempted.
there shall be at least one question from every unit in each paper.
III. The question paper pattern shall be retained as per the requisition for the examination of
2007 at the under graduate level.
Master of Philosophy in English
(For the examination of 2007-08)


Regulations:
1.The course will consist of these units: _
(a) Two compulsory papers of 100 Marks each.
(b) One paper of 100 marks in the area of specialization
(c) A dissertation of 200 Marks.

2. The Minimum qualification for admission to the course shall be Master’s Degree in the subject with a minimum of 55% Marks. (50% in case of S.C. Candidates)

Scheme of Examination:

1.The examination will consist of two parts: the first part consisting of a written examination the three papers to be held in May, following teaching and sessional work in the firs session completed by May and August of the academic year.

The second part will consist of the dissertation. On successful completion of the first part by securing at least 55% marks in the aggregate of the three papers, the student will write dissertation under the supervision of his supervisor and submit it to the department for examination. On evaluation of the dissertation by at least one expert out of the two, the student will be examined in viva-voce on his dissertation, by a Board of examiners consisting of the experts (one or two), the supervisor and the Head of the department. The student securing minimum 55% of the aggregate of marks obtained in the three papers and the dissertation will be declared passed.

2. A student obtaining 55% of the aggregate marks or above but below 65% will be awarded II class, while those obtaining 65% or above will be awarded I class. A student below 55% in the aggregate will be declared failed.

Course Details:

Paper I: Methods and Materials of Research in English: MM 100

Materials: Nature and function of Literature, Literary theory genres, Literary History, Types of Literary Criticism

Methods: Critical approaches to Literature, extrinsic-intrinsic schools of literary criticism: Practical Procedure for Research activity

Recommended Books:
1. Wellek & Warren: Theory of Literature (Penguin).
2. Daiches: Critical Approaches to Literature (Longman).
3. Altick & Wright: Selective Bibliography for the study of English and American Literature, Macmillan N.Y. Edition.
4. Iverson: The Research Paper (Prentice – Hall of India) Ch. II.
5. Naresh Chandra: New Criticism: An Appraisal (Doaba House), New Delhi.
6. Scholes: Structuralism in Literature.
7. Stead: New Poetics.

Paper II: Form and Style in Thesis Writing M.M. 100

(A) Form: Format of the thesis: Quotations, Footnotes and Bibliographical References: Tables and illustrations, typing aides, Bibliography.
(B) Style: Paragraphing: Mechanics of Writing, Punctuation, The stylistics of thesis writing.
(C) 01 Seminar of the students/Symposium and 02 Term papers each to be completed before the theory Examination.

Note: The Theory part (Section A and B) will carry 60 marks. Seminar/Symposium and Term Papers, to be evaluated at the level of the department, will consist of 40 marks (25+15 Marks).

Recommended Books:
1. Campbell: Form and Style in Thesis Writing (Houghten).
2. Iverson: The Research Paper (Prentice-Hall of India)
3. MLA Hand – Book
4. Smart & Lang. Smarts Hand Book of Effective Writing (Jaico).
5. Freshman Course in Research in English.
6. Watson: English Thesis.

Paper III: Area Specialization M.M. 100

There will be no prescribed texts and no reference to the context question as such will be asked, but familiarity with the core texts will be presumed. The book list is neither exhaustive, nor prescriptive but just a guideline. The paper will be between
(A) Twentieth Century British Literature
(B) American Literature of Our Time.

(A) Twentieth Century British Literature
Part I: MM 50
1. Main trends and movements in the 20th Century English Literature with its European background.
2. Detailed Survey of principal genres of 20th Century English Literature,
i.e. Poetry, Drama, and Fiction between 1901 and 1945 and 1970.
3. Main trends in 20th Century Literary Criticism.
4. Background to Commonwealth Literature,
including indo-English Literature and South African Literature written in the English Language;

Recommended Books:
1. Collins: Twenty Century Literature.
2. Boris Ford., Pelican Guide to English Literature Vol. VII.
3. Spiller: Literary History of the United States (Relevant Chapters).
4. Iyengar: Indian Writing in English (Asia).
5. Walsh: Commonwealth Literature.
6. Karl: Reader’s Guide to Contemporary English Novel (Thames & Hudson).
7. Leavis: New Bearigs in English Poetry.
8. Williams: Drama from Ibsen to Brecht (Penguin).
9. Lumley: Trends in Twentieth Century Drama.
10. Beach: Twentieth Century Novel.
11. Forester ed: American Poetry and Prose Vol. III
12. Handy & Webster ed: XXth Century Criticism: The Major Statements

(B) American Literature of Our Time.

Part I: M.M.80

1. American Literature in the global background.
2. American Literature: The second renaissance.
3. Detailed Survey of Main trends in American Literature (Poetry, Drama and fiction)- 1920 to 1945.
4. Detailed survey of Main trends in American Poetry, Drama and Fiction since 1945.
5. The achievement of American Criticism.

Part II: For both Section ‘A’ & ‘B’ M.M.20

Each candidate, be for theory examination, will be required to submit a Chart showing the detailed survey of one movement/trend of writing on the optional paper chosen as Area of Specialization with chief-characteristics mentioned on it.

Recommended Books:
1. Spoiler: The Cycle of American Literature
2. Lawrence: Studies in Classical American Literature (Pelican)
3. Chase: The American Novel and its Tradition.
4. Rourke; American Humour.
5. Lewis: The Anglian Adam.
6. HN. Smith: Virgin Land.
7. Spillier; Literary History of the United Stated
8. Hart: Oxford Companionto Americna Literature (4th ed.)
9. Kazin: On native Grounds
10. pearce: The Continuity of American Poetry.
11. Baumbach: The Landscape of Nightmare.

M. Phil. Dissertation M.M. 200
The M. Phil. Dissertation will consist of:

(A) An annotated Bibliography.
(B) At least one chapter of about 50 typed foolscape pages consisting of critical evaluation of the
research topic
(C) Other ancillary constituent elements in prescribed form.

Certificate Course in Spoken English (SFS)

1. Duration of the Course – 03 months.

2. Fee:
Tution Fee – Rs. 1000/- consolidated
Examination Fee – as per University rules.
3. Entrance Qualification – SSC or Equivalent

- There will be two separate courses, run in one academic session, the first commencing in the month of September, and the second in January each year. The examination will take place at the end of each course.
- There will be two theory papers, each consisting of 25 marks and a Viva-voce (oral) examination of 50 marks on Conversational English.

4. Grading:
Grade A – 70% or above
Grade B – 60-69% or above
Grade C – 50-59% or above
Grade D – 0-49% fail

Aims and objectives:
The course should aim at developing the following skills:
a) Listening:
to listen to and understand the spoken language which uses elementary spoken structures.
b) Speaking: to engage in simple dialogues.
c) Reading: to be able to listen, understand and read elementary speeches and texts.
Course – Content: (Syllabi)
Paper I:

1. Phonetics:
(a) Sounds and letters
(b) Stress and reduction
(c) Syllables, accent and narration
(d) Voicing and devoicing of consonants
(e) Alterations of sounds
(f) Reading of passages

Paper II: Conversational English & Grammar
(a) Language and Speech production
(b) Language and Speech Systems:
prosody, syntax and functional semantics: A theory fo meaning, structure and tense of English.
(c) Functional Grammar:
Gender and number of nouns, particles,conjunctions,conjunctive words,pronouns,
adjectives,adverbs, transformation.

Note: The candidate will be required to attempt five questions in all, out of eight questions set in each paper
Viva-Voce (Oral): Simple Conversation in English

Recommended Books:
1. An introduction to the Pronunciation of English – A.C. Gierson
2. Everyman’s Pronouncing Dictionary – Daniel Jones
3. English Phonetics for Indian Students – T. Balasubramanium (Macmillan India)
4. A Remedial English Grammar for Foreign Students.
5. Contemporary English Grammar, Structure and Composition – David Green (Macmillan)
6. Principles and Practices of Language Teaching – Kadambari Sharma & Tripat Tuteja.
7. Current Trends in Language Teaching – S.R. Ganguly.
8. Indian Responses to Literature in English – R.A. Naqvi.
9. Learning English: Development and Diversity – Neil Meicer & John Swann.
10. Success with English: The Penguin Course.
Diploma Course (SFS)

Form and Research Methodology of Thesis Writing

1. Commencement of the course – September, each year.
2. Duration of the Course – 6 months
3. Fee:
Tution Fee – Rs. 8,000/- consolidated.
Campus fee and Examination Fee – as per University rules.

4. Minimum Qualification: Master’s Degree with minimum 55% at the Post – Graduate level. (No bar of Qualification for the regular faculty working in any University/College/Institution approved by the U.G.C., or affiliated to a University)

5. No. of seats – 25

6. Course Contents (Syllabi) & Examination:

i. There will be two theory papers, consisting of 50 marks each, and a model dissertation in or about 30 Bond size papers, illustrating the form and style of thesis writing. The examination be held in the month of march each year.

Course – Contents (Syllabi)

Paper I: Research Methodology:

(A) Scholarship and Aims and Objectives of Research
(B) Selection of Aspect and the Work Plan: Preparation of the synopsis
(C) Methodology and the Art of Narration
(D) Collection of material, analytical survey and presentation of Thesis.

Paper II: Form and Style of Thesis Writing

(A) From: Format of the thesis:
Quotations, Footnotes, Bibliography and References: Tables and IIIustrations, Typing Aides
(B) Style: Paragraphing: Mechanics of Writing.

Paper III: Dissertation (Model) – 30 pages of Bond size paper:

Note: The candidates will be required to attempt five questions in all, out of eight questions set in each paper.

Recommended Books:
1. A Hand Book of M.L.A. Style Sheet – Joseph Gibaldi
2. MLA Style Sheet
3. From and Style in Thesis Writing – Campbell
4. The Research Paper (Prentice Hall of India) – lverson
5. English Thesis – Watson
6. A Hand Book of Effective Writing – Smart & Lang

Admission to the course will be decided on the merit of the percentage secured at the Post-Graduate level. 50% II Div., 60% to 65% I Div., 0 to 49% Fail.
Certificate Course in Functional English

1. Duration of the Course – 01 Year

2. Number of seats: To be decided by the College/Campus

3. The programme will be open to those candidates who have passed intermediate or 10+2 examination with a minimum of 40% marks in aggregate. The candidates who are doing Graduation (B.A./B.Sc./B.Com. etc.) or Post Graduation (M.A./M.Sc./M.Com. etc.) as bonafides of the College will also be eligible for admission to the course simultaneously with their full time course, provided they fulfil the criterion of 40% marks in aggregate at 10+2 level.

4. The College running the course may decide admission-merit by adding the total marks secured by the candidates at each examination, or conduct a written-cum-interview test for the purpose.

5.1. The examination for the programme will consist of two papers, consisting of 100 marks each, and a Viva-Voce test consisting of 50 marks.

5.2. The internal assessment will be carried-out by the respective faculty member in consultation with the course co-ordinator in the following manner:

- Assignment – 10 marks
- Internal test – 10 marks
- Teacher’s assessment based on participation, attendance and performance in the class- 05 marks

5.3. Each theory paper will be of three hours’ duration.

5.4. The minimum marks required for passing the examination will be 40% in each paper and 50% in aggregate.

5.5. Certificate will be awarded to those candidates who have secured a minimum of Grade C in the internal Assessment, Written and Oral examinations. The grading pattern is as follows:

Grade A – 70% or above
Grade B – 60-69% or above
Grade C – 50-59% or above
Grade D – 0-49% fail
Syllabi for Certificate Course in Functional English

Paper I : Remedial Grammar

The articles, types of sentences, question tags, agreement of concord, these and their uses, transformation, linking verbs, verbs transitive/intransitive, regular/irregular, helping verbs, idioms, proverbs, the Standard British Pronunciation (R.P.) and the Standard Indian Pronunciation (G.I.E.).

Suggested Readings:
1. Swan, M (1980) Practical English Usage; E2BS and Oxford University Press.
2. Thomson, A.J. and A.V. Martinet (1980) A Practical English Grammar and Exercises, Third Edition Oxford University.
3. Everyman’s Pronouncing Dictionary – Daniel Jones
4. English Phonetics of Indian Students – T. Balasubramaniam
5. Contemporary English Grammar, Structure and Composition – David Green (Macmillan)

Paper II : Writing Skills
1. Writing paragraphs, expansion of an idea, developing the topic, coherence, development of a paragraph, illustration, desription, cause and effect, definition, comparison and contrast.
2. Composition, type of composition, expository composition, argumentative composition, components of composition.
3. Phrasal verbs
4. Overlap of meaning, overlap of nouns, verbs, adverbs, adjectives
5. Language for communicative functions, appropriateness, politeness, requests, offers, invitations

Suggested Reading:
(1) Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
(2) Modern English – N. Krishnaswamy (Macmillan India)
(3) Writing with a Purpose – C. Tickoo & J. Sashi Kumar (Oxford University Press)

Paper III: Viva-Voce

Word Stress, stress and rhythm in connected speech, intonation. The aim of Viva-Voce examination will be to test the spoken and communicative ability of the candidates.
1. Candidates will be allowed to appear in maximum of two back papers.
2. The fee structure for the programme will be decided by the college.
The examination fee will be charged as per the University rules.
3. The syllabi of the study will comprise the following:

Paper Theory Internal
Assessment Total
Paper I : Remedial Grammar 75 25 100
Paper II : Writing Skills 75 25 100
Paper III : Viva-Voce 50
Total 250
Note: Date of admission to be notified by the concerned College/Campus for all the courses.
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Hemwati Nandan Bahuguna Garhwal University (HNB Garhwal University) is a residential cum affiliating University, established on Dec. 1st 1973

Syllabus of Master of Philosophy in English

Paper I: Methods and Materials of Research in English: MM 100

Materials: Nature and function of Literature, Literary theory genres, Literary History, Types of Literary Criticism

Methods: Critical approaches to Literature, extrinsic-intrinsic schools of literary criticism: Practical Procedure for Research activity

Recommended Books:
1. Wellek & Warren: Theory of Literature (Penguin).
2. Daiches: Critical Approaches to Literature (Longman).
3. Altick & Wright: Selective Bibliography for the study of English and American Literature, Macmillan N.Y. Edition.
4. Iverson: The Research Paper (Prentice – Hall of India) Ch. II.
5. Naresh Chandra: New Criticism: An Appraisal (Doaba House), New Delhi.
6. Scholes: Structuralism in Literature.
7. Stead: New Poetics.

Paper II: Form and Style in Thesis Writing M.M. 100

(A) Form: Format of the thesis: Quotations, Footnotes and Bibliographical References: Tables and illustrations, typing aides, Bibliography.
(B) Style: Paragraphing: Mechanics of Writing, Punctuation, The stylistics of thesis writing.
(C) 01 Seminar of the students/Symposium and 02 Term papers each to be completed before the theory Examination.

Note: The Theory part (Section A and B) will carry 60 marks. Seminar/Symposium and Term Papers, to be evaluated at the level of the department, will consist of 40 marks (25+15 Marks).

Recommended Books:
1. Campbell: Form and Style in Thesis Writing (Houghten).
2. Iverson: The Research Paper (Prentice-Hall of India)
3. MLA Hand – Book
4. Smart & Lang. Smarts Hand Book of Effective Writing (Jaico).
5. Freshman Course in Research in English.
6. Watson: English Thesis.

Paper III: Area Specialization M.M. 100

There will be no prescribed texts and no reference to the context question as such will be asked, but familiarity with the core texts will be presumed. The book list is neither exhaustive, nor prescriptive but just a guideline. The paper will be between
(A) Twentieth Century British Literature
(B) American Literature of Our Time.

(A) Twentieth Century British Literature
Part I: MM 50
1. Main trends and movements in the 20th Century English Literature with its European background.
2. Detailed Survey of principal genres of 20th Century English Literature,
i.e. Poetry, Drama, and Fiction between 1901 and 1945 and 1970.
3. Main trends in 20th Century Literary Criticism.
4. Background to Commonwealth Literature,
including indo-English Literature and South African Literature written in the English Language;

Recommended Books:
1. Collins: Twenty Century Literature.
2. Boris Ford., Pelican Guide to English Literature Vol. VII.
3. Spiller: Literary History of the United States (Relevant Chapters).
4. Iyengar: Indian Writing in English (Asia).
5. Walsh: Commonwealth Literature.
6. Karl: Reader’s Guide to Contemporary English Novel (Thames & Hudson).
7. Leavis: New Bearigs in English Poetry.
8. Williams: Drama from Ibsen to Brecht (Penguin).
9. Lumley: Trends in Twentieth Century Drama.
10. Beach: Twentieth Century Novel.
11. Forester ed: American Poetry and Prose Vol. III
12. Handy & Webster ed: XXth Century Criticism: The Major Statements

(B) American Literature of Our Time.

Part I: M.M.80

1. American Literature in the global background.
2. American Literature: The second renaissance.
3. Detailed Survey of Main trends in American Literature (Poetry, Drama and fiction)- 1920 to 1945.
4. Detailed survey of Main trends in American Poetry, Drama and Fiction since 1945.
5. The achievement of American Criticism.

Part II: For both Section ‘A’ & ‘B’ M.M.20

Each candidate, be for theory examination, will be required to submit a Chart showing the detailed survey of one movement/trend of writing on the optional paper chosen as Area of Specialization with chief-characteristics mentioned on it.

Recommended Books:
1. Spoiler: The Cycle of American Literature
2. Lawrence: Studies in Classical American Literature (Pelican)
3. Chase: The American Novel and its Tradition.
4. Rourke; American Humour.
5. Lewis: The Anglian Adam.
6. HN. Smith: Virgin Land.
7. Spillier; Literary History of the United Stated
8. Hart: Oxford Companionto Americna Literature (4th ed.)
9. Kazin: On native Grounds
10. pearce: The Continuity of American Poetry.
11. Baumbach: The Landscape of Nightmare.

M. Phil. Dissertation M.M. 200
The M. Phil. Dissertation will consist of:
(A) An annotated Bibliography.
(B) At least one chapter of about 50 typed foolscape pages consisting of critical evaluation of the research topic
(C) Other ancillary constituent elements in prescribed form.

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