NOTE: Attempt Five questions in all, in which Question NO 1 is compulsory. Attempt Two Questions from each of the Sections. Mobile phones and other electronic gadgets are not allowed in the examination hall.
Q2. Comment on the mingling of realism and romance in Twelfth Night.
Q3. Taking in view the plots of Twelfth Night, to what extent this play is a ‘comedy of errors?’
Q4. ” The Common Man is ‘ that which is common to us all’ for he is both within the play and outside it’’ . Discuss the role and function of the Common Man in A Man for All Seasons.
Q5. In A Man for all Seasons, Trial Scene is the most important scene. Do you agree?
Q6. Give a synopsis of the main characteristics of Lord Oxford s discussed by MacCarthy in his essay “ Lord Oxford and Asquith “.
Q7. How does Sir William Beveridge propose to transform the world in just seven days into a place where we could feel at home? Discuss in detail.
Q8. What according to Arthur Clutton-Brock is the purpose of education?
Q9. Discuss the role of symbolism in G K Chesterton’s A piece of Chalk.
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