Tutorials/Notes Of English

Essay on Doctor Faustus (2nd sem)
This is an interesting essay on some things that has already been done in class. We shall, if needs be, discuss this further over our video lectures.
Posted By : Ritwick Bhattacharjee | Date : 19-03-2020 View

Kants What is Enlightenment (4th Sem)
Something extra on Kant and Enlightenment. Setting a background for 18th Century Lit and Romantics
Posted By : Ritwick Bhattacharjee | Date : 19-03-2020 View

Lecture Brief for Shadow Lines (Sem 2)
The lecture brief on Shadow Lines for 2nd Semester
Posted By : Shweta Khilnani | Date : 20-03-2020 View

An Essay on Shadow Lines
An interesting essay on Shadow Lines
Posted By : Shweta Khilnani | Date : 20-03-2020 View

Notes on Marie Clements (Sem 6)
Please find a few notes on Marie Clements play. The notes are in the form of comments alongside the lines/passages.
Posted By : Ritwick Bhattacharjee | Date : 20-03-2020 View

Essay on Gullivers Travels (Sem 4)
We talked about Hobbes state of nature the other day and how Swift uses it to subvert the definitions of the political. In presenting the dystopic as the utopic, Swift questions the very states that we understand as either the utopic and dystopic. This, further, is used to comment on his England. This essay shows some of those concerns.
Posted By : Ritwick Bhattacharjee | Date : 21-03-2020 View

Notes on Marie Clements Contd. (Sem 6)
This is a continuation of what was previously posted.
Posted By : Ritwick Bhattacharjee | Date : 23-03-2020 View

Notes on Marie Clements (Sem 6) Contd
Brief notes on Clements contd.
Posted By : RItwick Bhattacharjee | Date : 29-03-2020 View

Essay on the English Theater during Renaissance (Sem 2)
An essay on the History of English Theater as it leads up to Marlowe and then Shakespeare
Posted By : RItwick Bhattacharjee | Date : 29-03-2020 View

Lecture Brief for Shadow Lines (Sem 6)
A lecture brief on Shadow Lines for Sem 6
Posted By : Shweta Khilnani | Date : 03-04-2020 View

Essay on Dejection (Sem 4)
An Essay on Dejection an Ode
Posted By : Shweta Khilnani | Date : 03-04-2020 View

Discussion notes on Faiz (Sem 6)
Discussion and teaching notes on Faiz
Posted By : Armeen Kaur | Date : 03-04-2020 View

Manifesto of the PWA
Manifesto of the PWA
Posted By : Armeen Kaur | Date : 03-04-2020 View

Essay by Premchand (Sem 6)
An Essay on the aim of literature
Posted By : Armeen Kaur | Date : 03-04-2020 View

AECC Semester II Environmental Studies
Study Material for Ramsar convention
Posted By : Dr. Smita Shukla | Date : 04-04-2020 View

AECC Semester II Environmental Studies
Study material for International agreements
Posted By : Dr. Smita Shukla | Date : 04-04-2020 View

AECC Semester II Environmental Studies
Study material for International agreements
Posted By : Dr. Smita Shukla | Date : 07-04-2020 View

AECC Semester II Environmental Studies
International agreements (UNFCCC and CWC)
Posted By : Dr. Smita Shukla | Date : 07-04-2020 View

Essays on Marie Clements (Sem 6)
I am posting two essays on the play. One is via the link here. The second one is attached https://journals.lib.unb.ca/index.php/tric/article/view/18433/19925 You can go through them and get back to me if you have any problems.
Posted By : RItwick Bhattacharjee | Date : 08-04-2020 View

Links on Blakes Tyger (Sem 4)
The PDF file has 3 links. These will direct you to a reading of Blakes Tyger by Allen Ginsberg. They are quite brilliant. Read in order
Posted By : RItwick Bhattacharjee | Date : 08-04-2020 View

Essays on Marie Clements (Sem 6)
An essay on the form of the play.
Posted By : RItwick Bhattacharjee | Date : 20-04-2020 View

Essay on Partition Literature (Sem 6)
Hannah Arendts essay
Posted By : Armeen Kaur | Date : 22-04-2020 View

Essay on Gullivers Travels (Sem 4)
This is a very good essay on Gullivers. Especially in light of the fourth book which might be construed as utopic.
Posted By : RItwick Bhattacharjee | Date : 24-04-2020 View

Fra Lippo Lippi, Brownings Naughty Hierophant // Author: Joseph A. Dupras
What makes Brownings poetry truly democratic is that it is open to interpretation and debate. This essay is in continuation with the lecture on Robert Brownings poem "Fra Lippo Lippi" wherein the troubled dual position of the reader and the interpretation of the text is problematised.
Posted By : Anuroop Kaur Sandhu | Date : 25-04-2020 View

Tennysons "Ulysses": The Significance of the Homeric and Dantesque by Tonny Robins
This essay is in continuation of the lecture on Tennysons Ulysses. "Tennyson deliberately chose imperfectly treated classical subjects so that he "might have free scope for his imagination". This essay provides an insight into the significance and function of classical myths and legends in Tennysonian imagination and poetry.
Posted By : Anuroop Kaur Sandhu | Date : 25-04-2020 View

ENC 602 Charting the Constellation: Past and Present in Things Fall Apart Author(s): Sofia Samatar
"Writing history is not a mere recitation of facts, but a revolutionary act with meaning for the present. Things Fall Apart was both written and received by its first readers as such an act. This essay makes use of Walter Benjamin?s ?Theses on the Philosophy of History? to explore Achebe?s novel as a project of historical reclamation."
Posted By : Anuroop Kaur Sandhu | Date : 28-04-2020 View

ENC 602 Culture in Chinua Achebes Things Fall Apart Author(s): Diana Akers Rhoads
This essay provides an interesting contrast between the cultural values of the Igbo community and Western colonisers. Culture is evoked in relation to both tradition and modernity, thus revealing the dual consciousness of a postcolonial subject.
Posted By : Anuroop Kaur Sandhu | Date : 28-04-2020 View

OKONKWOS PARTICIPATION IN THE KILLING OF HIS "SON" IN "THINGS FALL APART by Solomon O. Iyasere
ENC 602 POSTCOLONIAL LITERATURE "The vexing, and paradoxical, question raised by Ikemefunas death is why Okonkwo takes part, particularly after Ogbuefi Ezeudu, a respected Umufoian elder, warns Okonkwo against participating..."
Posted By : Anuroop Kaur Sandhu | Date : 28-04-2020 View

Narrative Proverbs in the African Novel Author(s): Emmanuel Obiechina
"It is no longer possible to undertake a meaningful critical discourse of African literature, without seriously adverting to its oral traditional constituents in the matrix of composite forms and contents. Nor indeed is it expedient to ignore the tensions arising from the old/new, traditional/modern, oral/written and indigenous/foreign configurations which characterize the texts and contexts of the new literature of Africa".
Posted By : Anuroop Kaur Sandhu | Date : 28-04-2020 View

Faiz on Partition (Sem 6)
This will help you create an idea about Faizs opinion on Partition of India.
Posted By : Armeen Kaur | Date : 29-04-2020 View

Faiz on Division of Punjab (Sem 6)
Faiz specifically speaks on the case of Punjab, its division and character in relation to religious ambivalence.
Posted By : Armeen Kaur | Date : 29-04-2020 View

Faizs speech on receiving Lenin Peace Prize (Sem 6)
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Posted By : Armeen Kaur | Date : 29-04-2020 View

In Custody (Sem 2)
This document has lecture references and google drive link to audio lectures.
Posted By : Armeen Kaur | Date : 29-04-2020 View

Infinite Movement: Robert Browning and the Dramatic Travelogue: Author: GREGORY TATE
The trope of Travel as a motif of the mental process in The Last Ride Together. The poem has an underlying structure in which a journey that appears to have a definite and delimited purpose is instead revealed to be an interminable process of physical movement and psychological change with no fixed end.
Posted By : Anuroop Kaur Sandhu | Date : 30-04-2020 View

Negative Capability (Sem 4)
The letter where Keats talks about Negative Capability
Posted By : RItwick Bhattacharjee | Date : 04-05-2020 View

Construction of Home, Nation and Identity in Rohinton Mistry?s TFFB Md Abu Shahid Abdullah
Construction of Home, Nation and Identity in Rohinton Mistry?s Tales from Firozsha Baag by Md Abu Shahid Abdullah "His texts articulate a new conception of the nation by problematising the stable and unitary configurations of national-cultural identity. Mistry?s experience and awareness of the complex tensions of his cultural and geographical location in the diaspora are evident in Tales from Firozsha Baag."
Posted By : Anuroop Kaur Sandhu | Date : 09-05-2020 View

Sem- 2 Ethnic conflict and the Fate of Parsis in India by Moncy Mathew
This article aims to analyse the issue of ethnic conflict faced by the Parsi community in the post-independence period with reference to Mistry?s first collection of short stories titled Tales from Firozshah Baag.
Posted By : Anuroop Kaur Sandhu | Date : 09-05-2020 View

Sem- 2 Ethnic conflict and the Fate of Parsis in India by Moncy Mathew
This article aims to analyse the issue of ethnic conflict faced by the Parsi community in the post-independence period with reference to Mistry?s first collection of short stories titled Tales from Firozshah Baag.
Posted By : Anuroop Kaur Sandhu | Date : 09-05-2020 View

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