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I. BRITISH LITERATURE


Old & Middle English (500-1300 AD)


1. Intro. to Anglo Saxon Period:
Historic backgroud,Theme,Styles.
2. Imp. works of Anglo Saxon Period.
3. Intro. To Anglo Norman Period:
Historic background, theme,style.
4. Imp. Works of Anglo Saxon period.


Age of Chaucer (1300 to 1400 AD)


1. Intro. To Chaucerian Age:
Historic backgroud,Theme,Styles.
2. Geoffrey Chaucer
3. William Langland
4. John Wycliffe
5. John Mandeville
6. John Gower
7. Thomas Hoccleave
8. John Lydgate


Age of Revival (1400 to 1550 AD)


1. Intro. To Age of Revival:
Historic backgroud,Theme,Styles.
2. Eramus
3. Thomas More
4. William Tyndale
5. Richard Tottel
6. Thomas Wyatt
7. Henry Howard
8. Roger Ascham
9. Thomas Elyot
10. Thomas Malory
11. William Dunbar

Love, knowledge, philosophy


Elizabethan Age (1550 to 1600 AD)
Intro to Elizabethan Age:

Historic backgroud,Theme,Styles.
1. Popular Bible translations
POETS
2. Edmund Spenser
3. Thomas Sackville
4. Phillip Sidney
5. Michael Drayton
DRAMATIST
6. Histoy & Background of English Theatre
7. Early Elizabethan plays
8. Christopher Marlowe
9. Robert Greene
10. Thomas Nashe
11. John Lyle
12. Thomas Lodge
13. George Peele
14. Thomas Kyd
15. William Shakespeare
ESSAYIST
16. Francis Bacon
17. Richard Hooker
18. Walter Raleigh
19. Richard Hakluyt
20. Samuel Purchas
21. John Foxe
22. William Camden
23. John Knox

Education, knowledge, love


Jacobean & Caroline Age (1600 to 1640) Intro. To Jacobean & Caroline Age: Historic backgroud,Theme,Styles.

DRAMATIST
1. Ben Johnson
2. George Chapman
3. Beaumont & Fletcher
4. John Webster
5. Thomas Midleton
6. Thomas Heywood
7. Thomas Dekker
8. Philip Massinger
9. John Ford
10. James Shirley
11. John Marston
POETS
12. John Donne
13. Richard Crashaw
14. Henry Vaughan
15. George Herbert
16. Andrew Marvell
17. Abraham Cowley
18. Thomas Carew
19. John Suckling
20. Richard Lovelace
21. Robert Herrick

Inspirational Quotes

Civil War & Interregnum (1640 to 1660)


1. Intro to civil war & interregnum period: Historic backgroud,Theme,Styles.
2. John Milton
3. John Bunyan
4. Robert Burtan
5. Thomas Browne
6. Jeremy Taylor
7. Richard Baxter
8. Izaak Walton
9. Thomas Fuller

Restoration Age (1660 to 1700 AD)


1. Intro to Restoration Age :
Historic backgroud,Theme,Styles.
PROSE WRITERS
2. John Dryden
3. Samuel Butler
4. John Evelyn
5. Samuel Pepys
6. Jeremy Collier
7. William Dampler
8. John Wilmot
9. Thomas Rymer
DRAMATIST
10. George Etherage
11. William Wycherley
12. George Farquhar
13. John Vanbrugh
14. Colley Cibber
15. Thomas Otway
16. William Congreve
17. Aphra Behn
18. John Gay

Marriage can wait, education cannot.

Khaled Hosseini

A Thousand Splendid Suns

Education, inspirational Quotes

Enlightenment Age (1700 to 1800 AD)


1. Intro to Age of Enlightenment:
Historic backgroud,Theme,Styles.
PROSE WRITERS
2. Alexandre Pope
3. Jonathan Swift
4. Richard Steele
5. Joseph Addison
6. Samuel Johnson
NOVELIST
7. Daniel Defoe
8. Henry Fielding
9. Samuel Richardson
10. Tobias Smolett
11. Laurence Sterne
12. Charlotte Lennox
POETS
13. Thomas Gray
14. Oliver Goldsmith
15. William Cowper
16. Robert Burns
17. William Blake
18. James Thomson
19. William Collins
20. George Crabbe
21. James Macpherson
22. Thomas Chatterton
23. Thomas Percy
24. John Stagg


Romantic Age (1800 to 1850 AD)
Intro to Romantic Age:
Historic backgroud,Theme,Styles.


POETS
1. William Wordsworth
2. Samuel Taylor Coleridge
3. Robert Soutley
4. Lord Byron
5. P.B.Shelley
6. John Keats
7. John Clare
PROSE WRITERS
8. William Hazlitt
9. Leigh Hunt
10. Charles Lamb
11. Thomas De Quincey
NOVELISTS
12. Walter Scott
13. Jane Austen
14. Walter Savage Lander
15. Mary Shelley
16. Anne Radcliff
17. Horace Walpone
18. Fanny Burney
19. William Godwin
20. Richard Sheridan

Education, knowledge, philosophy

Victorian age (1850 to 1900 AD)


1. Intro to Victorian age:
Historic backgroud,Theme,Styles.
POETS
2. Alfred Lord Tennyson
3. Robert Browing
4. Elizabethan Barret Browning
5. Dante Gabriel Rossetti
6. Christina Rossetti
7. William Morris
8. A.C.Swinburne
9. G.M.Hopins
10. Edward Fitzgerald
NOVELIST
11.Charles Dickens
12. William Makepeace Thackrey
13. George Eliot
14.Charles Reade
15. Anthony Trollope
16.Charlotte Bronte
17. Emily Bronte
18. Anne Bronte
19. Bulwer Lyton
20. Charles Kingsley
21. Elizabeth Gaskell
22. R.D.Blackmore
23. George Meredith
24. Thomas Hardy
25. R.L.Stevenson
26. Lewis Carroll
27. William Wilkie Collins
28. Arthur Conan Doyle
ESSAYIST
29. Thomas Babington Macaulay
30. Thomas Carlyle
31. John Ruskin
32. Matthew Arnold
33. J.H. Newman
34. Walter Pater
35. Oscar Wilde

Modern Age (1900 to 1950 AD)

1. Intro to modern age:
Historic backgroud,Theme,Styles.
NOVELIST
2. Joseph Conrad
3. George Orwell
4. James Joyce
5. Virginia woolf
6. D.H.Lawrence
7. Aldous Huxley
8. Graham Greene
9. E.M.Foster
10. Ford Madox Ford
11. Arnold Bennett
12. H.G.Wells
13. J.M.Barrie
14. Rudyard Kipling
15. Samuel Butler
DRAMATIST
16. John Galsworthy
17. G.B.Shaw
18. T.S.Eliot
19. Sean O Casery
20. J.M.Synge
POETS
21. W.H.Auden
22. W.B.Yeats
23. Siegfried Sassoon
24. Wilfred Owen
25. Rupert Brooke
26. Robert Graves
27. Dylan Thomas
28. John Masefield
29. Alfred Noyes
30. A.E.Housman


Post Modern Age (1950 to 2000 AD)


1. Intro to Post Modern Age :
Historic backgroud,Theme,Styles.
NOVELIST
2. Agatha Christie
3. Jeantte Winterson
4. J.R.R.Tolkien
5. Bram Stoker
6. Christopher Isherwood
7. Bertrand Russell
8. J.M.Priestley
9. Somerset Maugham

10. Dorris Lessing
11. J.K.Rowling
12. William Goldings
13. Ian McEwan
14. Lawrence Durrell
15. Graham Swift
16. Martin Amis
17. Kingsley Amis
18. Iris Murdoch
19. John Fowles
20. Muriel Spark
21. A.S.Byatt
22. Malcolm Bradbury
23. Angela Carter
24. Patrick Kavanagh
25. J.P.Doneleavey
26. Anthony Powell
27. David Storey
28. Joyce Cary
29. Angus Wilson
30. Anthony Burgess
31. Peter Ackroyd
DRAMATIST
32. Alan Bennett
33. Noel Coward
34. Christopher Fry
35. Harold Pinter
36. Samuel Beckett
37. Edward Bond
38. Tom Stoppard
39. Terence Rattigan
40. Arnold Wesker
41. John Osborne
42. Caryl Churchill
43. Joe Orton
POETS
44. Seamus Heaney
45. Ted Hughes
46. Philip Larkin
47. Roy Fuller
48. Thom Gunn
49. J.H.Prynne
50. Geoffrey Hill

II. AMERICAN LITERATURE Syllabus for UGC NET .


Intro to Early American literature:
Historic backgroud,Theme,Styles.


Founders of America
1. American Writers of Romantic Age
1. Fredrick Douglass
2. Harriet Beecher Stowe
3. Herman Melville
4. James Cooper
5. Louisa May Alcott
6. Nathaniel Hawthorne
7. Edgar Allen Poe
8. Ralph Waldo Emerson
9. Henry David Thoreau
10. Washington Erving
11. Emily Dickenson
12. Walt Whitman
13. William Cullen Bryant

American Writers of Victorian Age
1. Henry James
2. Mark Twain
3. Jack London
4. Stephan Crane
5. Charlotte Gilman Perkins
6. Theodore Dreiser
7. Kate Chopin
8. Edith Wharton

American Writers of Modern Age
1. William Faulkner
2. Ernest Hemingway
3. F. Scott Fitzgerald
4. Gertrude Stein
5. Sinclair Lewis
6. Tennessee Williams
7. Arthur Miller
8. Eugene O Neil
9. Susan Glaspell
10. Robert Frost
11. Wallace Stevans
12. Ezra pound
13. William Carols William
14. E.E. Cummings

American Writers of Post Modern
Age
1. John Updike
2. Harper Lee
3. Truman Capote
4. J.D. Salinger
5. John O Hara
6. John Steinbeck
7. Joseph Heller
8. William S Burroughts
9. Jack Kerouac
10. Edward Albee
11. Saul Bellow
12. Ray Bradley
13. Allen Ginsberg
14. Anne Sexton
15. Sylvia Plath
16. Robert Lowell
17. Elizabeth Bishop

POST COLONIAL LITERATURE

AFRICAN AMERICAN WRITERS
1. Tony Morrison
2. Zora Neale Hurston
3. Alice Walker
4. Richard Wright
5. Ralph Ellison
6. James Baldwin
7. Amiri Baraka
8. Solomon Northrop
9. Langston Hughes
10. Maya Angelon

WRITERS OF BRITISH DIASPORA
1. Jean Rhys
2. Kazuo Ishiguru
3. Hanif Kureshi
4. Timothy Mo
5. Caryl Philips
6. Salmon Rushdie
7. V.S.Naipaul
8. Sam Selvon

AFRICAN WRITERS
1. Chimananda Ngozi Adiche
2. Chinua Achibe
3. Nadine Gordimer
4. J.M.Coetzee
5. Wole Soyinka
6. Ama Ata Aidoo
7. Buchi Emecheta
8. Bessie Head
9. Ngugi Wa Thiong O
10. Ben Okri
11. Nuruddin Farah

CANADIAN WRITERS
1. Michael Ondaatje
2. Margaret Atwood
3. Yann Martel
4. Alice Munro
5. Lawrence Hill
6. Rohinton Mistry
7. Margaret Lawrence
8. Gabrielle roy
9. Shyam Selvadurai
10. Maria Campbell
11. Sinclair Ross
12. Thomas King

AUSTRALIAN WRITERS

1. A.D.Hope
2. David Malouf
3. Patrick White
4. Peter Carey
5. Judith Wright

CARIBBEAN &COLOMBIAN
WRITERS
1. Gabriel Garcia Marquez
2. Derek Walcott
3. Jamaica Kincaid
4. Edward Brathwaite

EUROPEAN LITERATURE

CLASSICAL GREEK
LITERATURE
1. Greek Gods & Other Myth Mythical
characters
2. History of Greek Civilization
3. Greek Theatre
4. Homer
5. Aeschylus
6. Sophocles
7. Euripides
8. Aristophanes
9. Aesop
10. Pindar

CLASSICAL ROMAN LITERATURE
1. History of Rome
2. Old Testament (History of Christianity)
3. New Testament (History of Christianity)
4. Cicero
5. Virgil
6. Ovid
7. Seneca

ITALIAN LITERATURE
1. Dante Alighieri
2. Petrarch
3. Giovanni Bocccaccio
4. Thomas Aquinas
5. Niccolo Machivelli
6. Luigi Pirandello
7. Italo Calvino
8. Umberto Eco

RUSSIAN LITERATURE
1. Fyodor Dostoevsky
2. Leo Tolstoy
3. Alexander Pushkin
4. Anton Chekhov
5. Boris Pasternak
6. Ivan Turgenev
7. Mikhail Bulgakov
8. Vladimir Nabakov
9. Ivan Bunin
10. Maxim Gorky

GERMAN LITERATURE
1. Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
2. Bertolt Brecht
3. Thomas Mann
4. Franz Kafka
5. Herman Hesse
6. Gunter Grass

FRENCH LITERATURE
1. Montaigne
2. Moliere
3. Voltaire
4. Eugene Lonesco
5. Gustave Flaubert
6. Honare De Balzac
7. Emile Zola
8. Albert Camus
9. Marcel Proust
10. Charles Baudelaire
11. Guy De Maupassant
12. Jean Paul Satre
13. Milan Kundera
14. Jean Genet
15. Alexander Dumas

OTHER EUROPEAN
LITERATURE
1. Jean Jacques Rousseau
2. Miguel De Cervantes
3. August Strinberg
4. Henrik Ibsen

INDIAN LITERATURE


INDIAN ENGLISH NOVELISTS
1. Bankin Chandra Chatterjee
2. Mulkraj Anand
3. R.K.Narayan
4. Raja Rao
5. Kamala Markandaya
6. Manohar Malgaonkar
7. Khushwant Singh
8. Bharati Mukharjee
9. Nirad C. Chaudhari
10. Ruskin Bond
11. Shashi Deshpande
12. G.V. Desai
13. U.R.Ananthamurthy
14. Anita Desai
15. Kiran Desai
16. Arun Doshi
17. Arundhati Roy
18. Nayanthra Sahgal
19. Jhumpa Lhiri
20. Amitav Ghosh

INDIAN ENGLISH POETS
1. Michael Maghusudan Dutt
2. Toru Dutt
3. Sri Aurobindo
4. Sarojini Naidu
5. Rabindranath Tagore
6. Kamala Das
7. A.K.Ramanujan
8. A.K.Melhotra
9. Nissim Ezekiel
10. Gopi Kattor
11. Agha Shahid Ali
12. Arun Kolatkar
13. Gieve Patel
14. Keki Daruwalla
15. Meena Alexander
16. Jayant Mahapatra
17. Mahashtweta Devi
18. Vikram Seth
19. P.Lal
20. R.Parthasarthy

INDIAN AESTHETICS
1. Intro
2. Rasa School (Bhrat Muni)
3. Alamkara School (Bhamaha)
4. Guna Dosa School (Dandin)
5. Riti School (Vamana)
6. Dhwani School (Anandvardhana)
7. Vakroti School (Kuntaka)
8. Aucitya School (Ksemendra)

INDIAN DRAMATIST
1. Mahesh Dattani
2. Girish Karnad
3. Badal Sarkar
4. Vijay Tendulkar

LANGUAGE AND PEDOGOGY
LANGUAGE BASIC CONCEPTS
& THEORIES

1. Baisc of ELT & Linguistics
2. Phonology & Morphology
3. Important terms in Linguistics
4. Basic English Project
5. New Bolt Project
6. Revolution of English Language:
Old, Middle & Modern Age
7. Popular Journals & Magazines
8. Evolution of Dictionary :
Popular Dictionaries
9. Sapir Whorf Hypothesis


ENGLISH LANGUAGE
PEDOGOGY (TEACHING
METHODOLOGIES)

1. Grammar Translation Method
2. Direct Method
3. Situational Method
4. Audio Lingual Method
5. Communicative Language Teaching
(CLT)
6. Total Physical Response (TPR)
7. Suggestopedia
8. Silent Way Method
9. Natural Approach
10. Task Based Language Teaching
11. Interaction Hypothesis

CULTURAL STUDIES
MAJOR TERMS

1. Defining Culture & Culture Studies
2. Elements of Culture
3. Types of Culture
4. Ideal Vs Real Culture
5. Cultural Globalization
6. Mall Culture
7. Media Culture
8. Consumer Culture

THEORISTS
1. Birth of Cultural Studies
2. Early Theorist
3. Stuart Hall
4. Stephan Greenbalt
5. Raymond Williams
6. Antonio Gramsei
7. Louis Althrusser
8. Frederick Jameson

LITERARY CRITICISM
GREEK CRITICS
1. Socrates
2. Plato
3. Aristotle
ROMAN CRITICS
1. Horace
2. Longinus
3. Quintilian
MIDDLE AGE CRITICS
1. Philip Sidney
ENLIGHTMENT AGE CRITICS
1. John Dryden
2. Alexander Pope
3. Samuel Johnson
THINKERS
4. Thomas Hobbes
5. John Locke
6. Giambattista Vico
7. Edmund Burke
8. Edward Gibbon

ROMANTIC AGE CRITICS
1. William Wordsworth
2. Samuel Taylor Coleridge
3. John Keats

VICTORIAN AGE CRITICS
1. George Eliot
2. Friedrich Nietsche
3. G.M.Hopkins
4. Henry James
5. Matthew Arnold
6. T.S.Eliot

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