UGC-NET/JRF English, Important Questions 2, Practice Tests, 2018, ENGLISH LITERATURE



hello and welcome to miracle English language and literature Institute I'm professor of Sharma and again I have started a new series on the important questions which may be asked in your forthcoming UGC net or grf exam English literature see have done a lot of such videos before also so do go and watch so that you get a lot of questions to practice I have solved the question papers of previous near-net exam also I have made videos on literary theories I have made videos on different literature's like American African Canadian I have also done critical appreciation of many many poems I have made some animated videos so it is for you people to take the advantage of my hard work and watch them as much as you can so that you can be successful in all your endeavors verse number one modernism is characterized by a self-conscious break with traditional styles of poetry and worse modernist experimented with literary form and expression a drink to the maxim to make it new whose magazine is make it new Ezra Pound questionable truth it is set in Jefferson Mississippi the novel centers on the cumson family former servant aristocrats was struggling to deal with the dissolution of their family and its reputation over the course of the 30 years or so related in the novel the family falls into financial ruin loses its religious faith and the respect of the town of Jefferson and many of them died tragically it is a novel written by the American author it employs a number of narrative styles including stream of consciousness it was published in 1929 the sound and the fury written by William Faulkner question number three born in Port smoked he left school to work in a factory when his father was taken into a debtors prison despite his lack of formal education he edited a weekly journal for 20 years wrote 15 novels 5 novelist hundreds of short stories and nonfiction articles lectured and performed readings extensively was an enthusiastic letter writer and campaigned vigorously for children's rights education and other social reforms named the author he's none other than Charles Dickens questionable fourth the modern theater is the epic theater the principal a variety of montage montage means editing and reforming and all proposed bypassing the great struggle for supremacy between words music and production living in Munich during the Weimar Republic he had his first successes with theater plays whose themes were often influenced by his Marxist thought he was main proponent of the gener named epic theater which he preferred to call the electical theater during the Nazi period and world war ii he lived in exile first in scandinavia and then in the United States named the author but Talde brushed course number v music and poetry is his delight therefore I'll have Italian masked by night sweet speeches comedies and pleasing shows and in the day when he shall walk abroad like Sylvan names my pages shall be glad my men like satires grazing on the lawns shall with their goat feet dance and enter K named the play and the playwright of these lights yes Marloes edward ii customer six it was a modernist movement initially in poetry and painting originating in Germany at the beginning of the 20th century it's typical trait is to present the world solely from a subjective perspective distorting it radically for emotional effect in order to evoke moods or ideas the artists sought to express the meaning of emotional experience rather than physical reality it was developed as an avant-garde style before the First World War it remained popular during the Weimar Republic particularly in Berlin which movement is it this is Expressionism important precursors of Expressionism were the German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche especially his philosophically novel thus Spoke Zarathustra I don't know about the German pronunciation of course so you can just read words here question number 7 this is the 1908 novel by English writer Ian Foster about a young woman in the restrained culture of Edwardian era England set in Italy and England the story is both a romance and a critique of English society at the beginning of the 20th century Merchant Ivory produced an award-winning film adaptation in 1985 mainland ala I've even seen this movie a room video view during my school days I think or college days had even seen his other movies heat and dust based on the book written by Ruth Parvati Ivana question number 8 she was a prominent New Zealand modernist short story writer who was born and brought up in colonial New Zealand and wrote under the pen name at 19 she left New Zealand and settled in the United Kingdom where she became a friend of writers such as D H Lawrence and Virginia Woolf in 1917 she was diagnosed with extra pulmonary pubic losses which led to her death at age 34 a cup of tea a 1922 short story first published in the story teller in May 1922 named the writer Katherine Mansfield I think you all must have read the short story a cup of tea in your bachelors I think question one night he was a Chilean poet diplomat and politician he became known as a poet when he was just 13 years of age and wrote in a variety of styles including surrealist forms historical epics overtly political manifestos a prose autobiography and passionate love poems such as the ones in his collection 20 love Williams and a song of despair 1924 he won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1971 Pablo Neruda an early example of linguistic ambiguity and in determinacy Conrad's tale of the corrupt imperialism that upholds civilized culture is constructed through a nested layered narrative and features some of the most cryptic language ever written example it was the stillness of an implicit force brooding over an inscrutable intention things becomes increasingly surreal as Marlow approaches the mysterious curves if you think Marlow Marlon Brando's the horror the horror is chilling wait until you reach the one-two punch of Conrad's conclusion in this heart of darkness Joseph Conrad's very famous heart of darkness all these questions which I have chosen here are not to test your knowledge but to give you the factual information about literature you may get any equation out of anywhere but maybe listening to this watching and writing down in your notes copy will help you to find out the right answer when the questions around a given so please watch all the videos very carefully I've already done more than 200 videos here on this channel so if you do all if you watch them judiciously as I told you before also then there are very strong chances of you to crack this a prestigious exam of UGC net or grf so please listen to my advice go through all the videos one by one topic by topic and let me know in the comment box below that how you are taking these videos how you're liking them what else do you want from me you'll like and comment underneath the video in order to encourage me to do more and more for you take care till I come with the next 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19 thoughts on “UGC-NET/JRF English, Important Questions 2, Practice Tests, 2018, ENGLISH LITERATURE

  1. Plz talk little fast… And Loud…
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  2. Excellent clarity. very informative to update and revise. Tq.Mam.

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  5. Please touch upon Pulitzer, booker and nobel prize winners long with best 100 and best sellers. Thank you

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