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Course Eng.405:2oth Century Fiction

Joseph Conrad: Lord Jim (SM)
The Title of Lord Jim
Orientalism idea
Compare and contrast between ‘Lord Jim’ and ‘Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man’
Medius res
Bildungsroman
Modernity and Conrad
Jim as an accidental hero
Racism in the text
Idea of colonial aspect
Appearance and Reality
Narrative technique of Conrad
Use of metaphor, symbol and similes
The Patna episode
Historical Background
Role of Artist
Individualism
The Ending
How Jim Leaves up
Moral Debating
Beetle and Butterfly
Minor Characters (Short Note)
Post Colonial reading of Lord Jim

Virginia Woolf: Mrs Dalloway
Feminism
Colonial Liberation
Influence of World War
Alienation
Stream of Consciousness
Memoire
Homosexual Idea Joyce: Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (SM)
Irish Nationalism
Idea of Art
Symbolism
Stream of Consciousness
Modernism
Bildungsroman
Künstlerroman
Politics and Religion
Title
Epiphany

Lawrence: Sons and Lovers (SNH)
Miriam Leivers & Clara Dawes
Industrialization on Life
Bildungsroman
Idea of Relationship
Setting
Symbolism
Elements of Oedipus Complex

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Course Eng.406: Critical Theory

Dryden: An Essay of Dramatic Poesy (NA)

Highlighted Texts for explanation
1. ill Poets should be as well silenced as seditious Preachers (around line 66)
2. A play ought to be a just..... mankind. (around line 224)
3. We have added nothing......better. (around line 295)
4. The

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