1. M.A. ENGLISH LIT: 1. PU Part I 2. PU Part II 3. UOS Part I 4. UOS Part II 5. BZU Part I 6. BZU Part II 7. UOK PART I 8. UOK PART II 9. UOP PART I 10. UOP PART II
2. GRADUATION: 1. PU B.A. English (C) 2. PU B.A. English Lit. 3. PU B.Sc. English 4. PU B.Com English 5. UOS B.A. English (C) 6. BZU B.A. English (C) 7. Other Subjects
3. INTER & A LEVEL: 1. Ist Year English (PB) 2. 2nd Year English (PB) 3. A Level English Part I 4. A Level English Part II 5. Other Subjects
4. MATRIC & O LEVEL: 1. English for Class 9 (PB) 2. English for Class 10 (PB) 3. O Level English Part I 4. O Level English Part II 5. Other Subjects
5. CSS/PMS: 1. Essay Writing 2. Composition & Precis Writing 3. English Literature 4. Other Subjects
Thursday, 15 January 2015
PAST PAPER B - YEAR 2006
11. YEAR 2006
Attempt FIVE questions in all. Question No. 1 is COMPULSORY and attempt TWO questions from each section. All questions carry equal marks.
1. Explain with reference to the context any THREE of the following:
(i) .... O, fairest of creations, last and best of all
(ii) ... And I have felt
A presence that disturbs me with joy
Of elevated thoughts; a sense sublime ....
(iii) Two roads, diverged in a wood and I,
I took the one less traveled by
And that has made all the difference.
(iv) That's my Duchess painted on the wall
Looking as if she were alive; I call
That piece of wonder, now:
(v) Ever let the fancy roam
Pleasure never is at home:
(vi) Life's but a walking shadow, a poor player
That struts and frets his hour upon the stage.
And then is heard no more.
SECTION - A
2. Write a note on the murder scene of King Duncan.
3. Banquo was less ambitious. Why?
4. Discuss the theme of illusion in the play 'The Glass Menagerie'.
5. Draw a character sketch of Tom Wingfield in 'The Glass Menagerie'
SECTION - B
6. Discuss Milton as a poet of religious temperament.
7. Wordsworth is a poet of childhood. Discuss with reference to his 'Ode on Intimations of Immortality'.
8. Do you agree that 'Acquainted with the Night' is a sad and gloomy poem?
9. Write a critical appreciation of 'Bards of Passion and Mirth Ode' by John Keats.
10. Discuss Robert Browning's optimism with the help of any three poems included in your course.