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Placed at the meeting ofAcademic Councilheld on 12.12.2019Appendix-H-14MADURAI KAMARAJ UNIVERSITY(University with Potential for Excellence)Directorate of Distance EducationSyllabus for B.A. English (Semester Pattern)(With effect from the academic year 2019-2020 onwards)Regulations, Scheme of Examinations and SyllabusI. About the DepartmentThe Department of English in the Directorate of Distance Education of Madurai KamarajUniversity is one of the oldest departments in the Directorate started in the late 1970s. Thedepartment currently offers both U.G. and P.G. programs in English.II. Program OverviewThe U.G. Course in B.A. English Literature in Distance Education is a useful course whichfocuses on aesthetic structures for the different genre, theories, literary approaches, historicalbackgrounds and to learn worldwide traditions. This course demonstrates multiculturalknowledge of more interpretative contexts of literary works by analyzing, evaluating andinterpreting works of literature.III. Objectives of the ProgramStudents are expected to enhance historical background literature and important social,political ideas. They are expected to advance in knowledge thereby contributing to societythrough the application of their academic training and relating different works to each otheracross different cultures and times period. It stresses the development of applied analytic toolskills, advanced cognitive abilities and topical specialities allowing students to tailor theprogram to their interest.IV. Program Target GroupsThe Program may be structured in a way to attract aspirants of Public Service CommissionExaminations, TOEFL and GRE.V. Program Requirements : 1. Educational QualificationStudents who have successfully passed the 12th examination from a recognized institution ofIndia can opt for B.A. English2. Marks required : A student must have passed in his/her 12th standard examination.VI. Degree Overview : The B.A. program intends to be inter/multi-disciplinary scope andcontent. The various disciplinary background and expertise of faculty of the department264

would lend weight to structure the program in inter/multi-disciplinary canvas. This programis driven by three core areas:1. Literature in English2. Critical Literary Theories3. English for Effective CommunicationVII. Degree Title : B.A. in EnglishVIII. Duration of the ProgramAll students must complete the program within three years. The program is dedicated tomaintaining a full year-round program with six semesters. In all the six semester the studentsmay be engaged in mandatory core and allied subjects.IX. Program StructureThe B.A. Program in English is designed as core and allied course papers; for each semesterin the first two years, there may be two language papers, two core papers and one alliedpaper. For fifth and sixth semester three core papers, one allied and one skill paper. Theremay not be any practical or project preparation as part of this program.Course StructureI. First SemesterCourse TitleNatureCreditPart I LanguageLanguage2Part II English - ILanguage2Part III – The Elizabethan AgeCore4Part III – The Augustan AgeCore4Literary FormsAllied4II. Second SemesterCourse TitleNatureCreditPart I LanguageLanguage2Part II English - IILanguage2Part III – The Romantic AgeCore4Part III – The Victorian AgeCore4Social History of EnglandAllied4III. Third SemesterCourse TitleNatureCreditPart I LanguageLanguage2Part II English – IIILanguage2Core4Part III – Twentieth Century Literature265

Part III – Indian Writing in EnglishCore4History of English LiteratureAllied4IV. Fourth SemesterCourse TitleNatureCreditPart I – LanguageLanguage2Part II –English – IVLanguage2Part III –American LiteratureCore4Part III - ShakespeareCore4Advanced English Grammar and UsageAllied4V. Fifth SemesterCourse TitleNatureCreditPart III –Women’s Writing in EnglishCore4Part III – Literary Criticism and Practical CriticismCore4Part III –New Literatures in EnglishCore4Part III – Journalism and Mass CommunicationAllied4VI. Sixth SemesterCourse TitleNatureCreditPart III – Introduction to Literary TheoriesCore4Part III – Indian Regional Literature in EnglishCore4Part III –Translation Theory and PracticeCore4Part III –English for EmploymentAllied4Total Credit – 96Part-IV : Value Education is a compulsory paper common for all UG courses. Studentshave to write examination in first semester.Part-V : Environmental Studies is a compulsory paper common for all UG courses.Students have to write examination in second semester.X. Details of Syllabus : Each course has a detailed syllabus structured in terms of Units. Thedetailed syllabus for all core and allied papers have been attached here.XI. Time Table for Contact Class & Counselling : The ODL Regulations insists ofminimum 60 hours per semester of which 48 hours are for contact class and 12 hours forcounselling purpose. The following table demonstrates the time allotment for both contactand counselling totalling 12hours per week; for a semester there may be available 5 monthsand one round of contact/counselling class per month is enough to achieve the required hours.266

Per WeekDay 1Day 29.00 – 10.30C1C110.30 – 12.00C2 / Discussion ForumC2 / Discussion Forum1.00 – 2.30C3C32.30 – 4.00E1E1XII. Evaluation Procedures1. Principles of EvaluationThe rubrics of evaluation of the program will be based on the following principles: Proof of Initiative, Active immersion, Interaction;Use of DIE - Describe, Interpret, Evaluate;Utilizing variety of sources;Analytical Approach.2. Methods of Evaluation : The students will be assessed by two pronged evaluationmethods:(a) Continuous Internal Evaluation;(b) End-of-semester evaluation.(a) Continuous Internal Evaluation Aiming to assess values, skills and knowledge imbibed bystudents, internal assessment is to be done by the concerned faculty-member. It wouldcomprise the following steps: There may be three different modes of continuous internal assessment:1. Book Review (BKR)2. Preparing Bibliography (BIB)3. Writing Assignment (WRA)Components for internal evaluation are to have a time-frame for completion (bystudents), and concurrent and continuous evaluation (by faculty-members).The evaluation outcome may be expressed either by pre-determined marksThe evaluation reports submitted by all the faculty-members are to be reviewed,from time to time, by the Examination Committee under the chairmanship ofDirector in order to ensure transparency, fair-play and accountability.Following the review by the Examination Committee, the outcome of internalevaluation will be announced or displayed on the Notice Board and / or web-site asper the timeframe or academic calendar.(b) End-of-semester evaluationThis is to be carried out at the end of first semester, and will aim to assess skills andknowledge acquired by students through class-room interaction. The evaluation can be in theform of written examination, or term paper assignment. Evaluation process should beverifiable and transparent.Towards this end, the following steps have been adopted: All the students pursuing this program have to undergo external evaluation at the endof first semester as per syllabi;With regard to written examination the internal faculty may associate themselves withthe external examiners in the examination process.267

In the case of written examination, the format of question paper is attached inannexure could be moderated by the Examination Committee.Answer-books or –sheets are to be ‘encoded’ (before being passed on to examiner /evaluator, and decoded (before tabulation).(c) Integration of Continuous and End-of-semester evaluationThe following points have been incorporated for effecting the integration of continuous andend-of-semester evaluation: Relational weightage assigned to internal evaluation is 25 percent.Relational weightage assigned to end of semester evaluation is 75 percent.Following the integration of internal and external evaluations, the results may beexpressed in marksAs soon as the integration of internal and external evaluations has been completed, theresults should be announced, in keeping with the academic calendar, to facilitatestudents’ academic or occupational pursuits.3. Description of EvaluationThis table lists all the assessment components that make up the course assessment, theirweightings and the dates at which coursework are due. The table in the module specificationindicates the week in which coursework should be submitted but the exact day may bedecided by the concerned course instructor. The column headed Qual Mark indicates theparticular assignment has to be passed.Course TitlePart I LanguagePart II LanguageCore Paper IIICore Paper IIIAllied Paper IVTotal n of Program WeightingEvaluationBook Review, Bibliography 25%and Writing AssignmentEXU3 hour unseen examination75%4. Model Question Paper for End-semester Qual MarkWeek due50%6 – 1850%24There will be a 3 hour unseen end-semester examination. The question paper for this examwill be set by the respective course coordinator for core courses and by respective courseinstructor for optional courses.THE SCHEME OF EXAMINATION AND QUESTION PATTERNThe Internal and External marks may be 25 : 75The pattern of Semester End Examination Question Paper will be as follows268

Time : 3 Hrs & Max Marks : 75Part – ATen Questions (No choice0Two questions from each Unit (Objective type questions)Part – BFive questions (either or type)One question from each unitPart – CThree questions out of fiveOne question from each unit5. Examination Committee10 x 1 10 marks5 x 7 35 marks3 x 10 30 marksThe Director may constitute an Examination Committee consisting of at least two membersfrom the faculty. The Committee will look after the proper and timely completion of internalevaluation and conducting end semester examinations; integrating internal evaluation and endsemester evaluation with respective weightage and then final marks.XII. Program Facilities1. Library & Documentation UnitThe Directorate has a full-fledged state of the art reference library of standard text andreference books and research journals and well established documentation unit having NSS,NFHS and Census data.2. Career Development CommitteeThe Director may constitute a Career Development Committee consisting of at least threefaculty members of the Directorate to look after the career opportunities of the students of theprogram. This Committee may undertake necessary initiatives in enhancing capabilities andskills such as English Language proficiency, computer and documentation skills, andcompetency in project writing; it may organise, if possible, campus recruitment incollaboration with NGO sector and print and visual media.Core Paper – I: THE ELIZABETHAN AGEObjectives : To help students to understand the various literately genre of The ElizabethanAge - To appreciate the works of The Elizabethan writers.Unit – I :Shakespeare : Sonnets 1 - 6Unit – II :Spenser : EpithalamionUnit – III :Bacon : Essays (4 only) 1. Of Truth4. Of Simulation and DissimulationUnit – IV : Webster: Duchess of MalfiUnit – V : Marlowe: Dr.Faustus2. Of Death 3. Of StudiesRecommended BooksBarrow, A.E.T. Panorama – A Selection of Poems. Delhi. Edited by J. Fuste, 1965 ed.,Oxford University Press, 1965.269

Baruna, D.K., editor. Whispering Reeds – An Anthology of English Poetr. Oxford UniversityPress, Madras. 1975.Brien, and O. Neil. Fifteen Poets. Oxford University Press, Madras.1941.Burto, William, editor. The Sonnets. The New English Library Ltd., London.1964.Chaudhuri, and Sukanta, editors. Bacon’s Essays: A Selection. Oxford UniversityPress, Madras. 1977.Craik, T.W., editor. Sir Philip Sidney, Selected Poetry and Prose. Metheun & Co Ltd., 1965.Hawkins, and J. Michael. Francis Bacon – Essay. J.M. Dent & Sons Ltd., London.1906.Honing, Edwin. The Major Metaphysical Poets of the Seventeenth Century, Edited by OscarWilliams, Washington Square Press, New York.1969.Inglis, Fred. The Elizabethan Poets. Evans Brothers Ltd., London.1969.Mavar, T.R.K., editor. Edmund Spenser – The Faerie Queene (Book – I), Epithalamion,Prothalamion. The Macmillan Company of India Ltd., Madras. 1979.Ramachandran, C.N., and Radha Achar. Five Centuries of Poetry. Trinity Press,Chennai, 2016.Rollins, H.E. The Sonnets. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.1966.Rowse, A.L. Shakespeare’s Sonnets. Macmillan Press, London. 1984.Sarkar, S.K. T.S. Elliot: Poetry, Plays and Prose. Atlantic Publishers, New Delhi.1995.THE AUGUSTAN AGEObjectives: To enable the students to gain adequate knowledge of the trend of The AugustanAge and various aspects of the age.Unit – 1 :Unit – II :Unit – III :Unit – IV :Unit – V :PopeMiltonSheridanDaniel DefoeGoldsmithDryden::::::An Epistle to Dr. ArbuthnotParadise Lost IThe School for ScandalRobinson CrusoeVicar of WakefieldAn Essay of Dramatick- PoesieRecommended BooksDefoe, Daniel. Robinson Crusoe. 1719.Goldsmith, Oliver. The Vicar of Wakefield. Oxford University Press, New York, 2006.Milton, John. Paradise Lost written in 1667.Richard Brinsley Sheridan. The School For Scandal. Project Gutenberg. 2017.ALLIED PAPER: LITERARY FORMSObjectives : 1. To make the learners understand various genres in English literature 2. To make the learners equip their knowledge of literatureUnit – I : PoetryUnit – II : Essay and CriticismUnit – III : Short story, Biography and AutobiographyUnit – IV : FictionUnit – V :DramaRecommended BooksPadmaja Ashok. A Companion to Literary Forms. Orient Blackswan,Ramachandra Nair, K.R. Literary Forms. Emerald Publications,270

Core Paper: THE ROMANTIC AGEObjectives: : To import the students to gain adequate knowledge of the trend of TheRomantic Age and various aspects of the age.Unit – IWordsworthShelleyKeatsColeridge::::Tintern AbbeyOde to a SkylarkOde to a NightingaleAncient MarinerUnit – II : Charles Lamb from Essays of Elia(a) Dream Children(b) Bachelor’s Complaint(c) Chimney Sweepers(d) Super-annuated manUnit – III :Shelley:The CenciUnit – IV :Jane Austen:Pride and PrejudiceUnit – V :Wordsworth :Preface to the Lyrical BalladsRecommended BooksAbrams, M.H., editor. The Norton Anthology of English Literature. 5th ed., W.W. Norton &Company, New York, 1987.Bates, E.S. A Study of Shelley’s Drama The Cenci. Columbin University Studies inEnglish, 1908.John Williams. William Wordsworth: A Literary Life. St. Martin's Press, New York, 1996.Tave, Stuart, editor. The English Romantic Poets and Essayists: A Review of Research andCriticism. Carolyn Washburn Houtchens and Lawrence Huston Houtchens. New York:MLA, 1957.THE VICTORIAN AGEObjectives: To help the students to get adequate knowledge of the trend of The VictorianAge and various aspects of the age.Unit – I : BrowningTennyson::Rabbi Ben EzraLady of ShallotUnit – II : HopkinsArnold::The WindhoverSoharub and RustomUnit – III : Oscar WildeGalsworthy::The Lady is not for BurningSilver BoxUnit – IV : ScottThomas HardyUnit – VArnoldNewmanRecommended Books::TalismanTess::Study of PoetryIdea of UniversitySelected College Prose – Foundation Books, Chennai.271

SOCIAL HISTORY OF ENGLANDObjectives: To make the learners understand social changes that occur from the Middle agesto the 20th century - To make the learners aware of the relation between society and theliterary works.Unit – I : i. Renaissanceii. Reformation iii. The golden age of Queen ElizabethUnit – II :i) The Civil Warii) The Social Conditions in Restoration Englandiii) The Social Conditions in Queen Anne’s EnglandUnit – III : i. The Agrarian Revolution ii. The Glorious Revolutioniii. The industrial RevolutionUnit – IV : i. The Humanitarian Movement ii. The social conditions in 18th centuryEnglandiii. The impact of French revolution on EnglandUnit – V : i. Scientific, industrial, political changes in Queen Victoria’s Englandii. The impact of the first and second world wariii. Social conditions in post-war EnglandRecommended BooksDr. A. Shanmugakani. The Social History of England. Manimekala Publishing House.Padmaja Ashok. The Social History of England. Orient Black Swan.The Social History of England. NCBH.TWENTIETH CENTURY LITERATUREObjectives : To make the students appreciate the works of art written by famous literarywriters of that age. - To enable them have adequate knowledge of the trend of the age.Unit – I : Yeats-Byzantium, Sailing to ByzantiumJourney of the MagiUnknown citizenDaddyHawk Roosting-EssaysWit and WisdomT.S. EliotW.H. AudenSylvia PlathTed HughesUnit – II : MacaulayRussellUnit – III : G.B. ShawOsborne-Unit – IV : Virginia Woolf -Mrs. DallowayUnit – V : George OrwellRecommended Books-Apple CartLook Back in AngerAnimal FarmDowling, David, and Mrs. Dalloway. Mapping Streams of Consciousness. Twayne Publishers,Boston, 1991.Eliot, T. S. The Waste Land. Edited by North Michael, W.W.Norton & Company, Inc. New York,NY, 2001.Harold, Bloom, editor. Modern Critical Interpretations: T.S. Eliot's Murder in the Cathedral. ChelseaHouse Publishers, New York, 1988.Murfin, and Ross C. Sons and Lovers: A Novel of Division and Desire. Twayne Publishers,Boston, 1987.Rushdie, Salman. Midnight's Children. Random House, New York, 2006.272

INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISHObjectives :1. To introduce the learners the rich Indian literary tradition written in English2. To make the learners appreciate the changing Indian literary trends in EnglishUnit – I :Unit - II :Rabinranath TagoreNissim EzekielKamala DasDilip Chitre: Gieve PatelR.ParthasarathyDom MoraesA.K.Ramanujan-Gitanjali 11, 16, 20, 35, 53, 60EnterpriseThe Fancy Dress ShowFather Returning Home-ServantsExileThe GardenObituaryUnit – III: Recollections of my Early Life – Rabindranath Tagore (Except chapters 11, 19 to 23)Unit – IV: Tughlaq–GirishKarnadUnit – V: Waiting for the Mahatma – R.K.NarayanThe Best Order: Eds. Nissim Ezekiel / Shakuntala Bhavani / Sharada BhanuCollege Poetry: Volume II (ed.) Colin Swatridge Macmillan India LimitedRecommended BooksGitanjali. (Song Offerings) / with an Introduction by W. B. Yeats. London, 1913.Mirrored, and Mirroring. Oxford University Press. 1991.Niwas, R. Nissim Ezekiel by Dr. Ram Niwas. Radha Publications, New Delhi, 2007,pp. 90-92.Parthasarathy, R., editor. Ten Twentieth Century Indian Poets. OUP, New Delhi, 1976.Rabindranath Tagore, and Adapa Ramakrishna Rao, editors. Recollections of my Early Life.Tughlaq, and Hayavadana, Bali. The Sacrifice, Naga-Mandala: “Tughlaq”, “Hayavadana”, “Bali – TheSacrifice”, “Naga-Mandala”.HISTORY OF ENGLISH LITERATUREObjectives : To make the learners have basic knowledge about the history of Englishliterature from its origin - To make them have knowledge of various authors in theirrespective genres.Unit – I : Chaucer – Spenser – Francis Bacon – ShakespeareUnit – II : Milton – Bunyan - Dryden – Pope– Dr. JohnsonUnit – III: Wordsworth – Coleridge – Keats - LambUnit – IV : Jane Austen – Walter Scott - TennysonUnit – V : Dickens – Hardy -Shaw –T.S.Eliot –OsborneRecommended BooksHistory of English Literature. Harrows Publications, Chennai,History of English Literature. Emerald Publisher, Chennai.,AMERICAN LITERATUREObjectives : To make the students acquaint with the richness of American literature To introduce them various aspects and genres in American literature.Unit – I : Edgar Allan PoeDickinson::The Ravena) Because I could not stop for Deathb) I felt a funeral in my brainc) The bird came down the walk273

Frost:d) The Soul selects her own societyMending WallUnit – II : LowellWallace StevensE.E.CummingsWhitmanUnit – III : EmersonEdgar Allan PoeHenry James:::::::Walking in the BlueEmperor of the Ice-creamBalloon ManOut of the Cradle Endlessly RockingThe American ScholarPhilosophy of CompositionArt of FictionUnit – IV : Tennessee WilliamsArthur Miller::Glass MenagerieDeath of a SalesmanUnit – V : HawthorneHemingway::The Scarlet LetterOld Man and The SeaBooks Recommended:Fisher, and Samuelson. A

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