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IGNOU MEG-03 - British Novel

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IGNOU MEG-03 Code Details

  • University IGNOU (Indira Gandhi National Open University)
  • Title British Novel
  • Language(s)
  • Code MEG-03
  • Subject English
  • Degree(s) MA
  • Course Core Courses (CC)

IGNOU MEG-03 English Topics Covered

Block 1 - Henry Fielding: Tom Jones

  • Unit 1 - Some Aspects of Fiction
  • Unit 2 - As we First Read Tom Jones
  • Unit 3 - Important Thematic Areas in Tom Jones
  • Unit 4 - Characters as Characterisations
  • Unit 5 - Artistic Unity or Socio-Cultural Concerns?
  • Unit 6 - Feminist Concerns in Fielding
  • Unit 7 - Some Critical Opinions on Tom Jones
  • Unit 8 - Narration in Fiction and Third World Preferences

Block 2 - Jane Austen: Pride and Prejudice

  • Unit 1 - The Novel in its Context
  • Unit 2 - Main Themes in Pride and Prejudice-I
  • Unit 3 - Main Themes in Pride and Prejudice-II
  • Unit 4 - Characters in the Novel
  • Unit 5 - The Narrative of Pride and Prejudice
  • Unit 6 - Critical Perspectives

Block 3 - Wuthering Heights

  • Unit 1 - Background to Wuthering Heights
  • Unit 2 - The Problem of Narrative
  • Unit 3 - 'Gift of God': Heathcliff
  • Unit 4 - 'You Look Like A Lady Now': Significance of Catherine
  • Unit 5 - Wuthering Heights: One Hundred and Fifty Years

Block 4 - Charles Dicknens: Great Expectations

  • Unit 1 - Background
  • Unit 2 - Great Expectations and Self-Improvement
  • Unit 3 - Improvement or Disintegration?
  • Unit 4 - Great Expectations and The Fairytale
  • Unit 5 - Crime and Respectability

Block 5 - George Eliot: Middlemarch

  • Unit 1 - Approaching the Novel
  • Unit 2 - Themes, Characters, Techniques
  • Unit 3 - Philosophical Underpinnings
  • Unit 4 - Eliot’s Perspectives
  • Unit 5 - The Finale

Block 6 - Joseph Conrad: Heart of darkness

  • Unit 1 - His Story and History
  • Unit 2 - Literary Analysis-I
  • Unit 3 - Literary Analysis-II
  • Unit 4 - Race, Empire, Gender in Heart of Darkness
  • Unit 5 - The Lengthening Shadow

Block 7 - James Joyce: A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man

  • Unit 1 - Contexts
  • Unit 2 - Genre, Overall Structure and Point of View
  • Unit 3 - Stephen's Growth and Personality
  • Unit 4 - Technique
  • Unit 5 - Critical Perspectives: A Brief Selective Overview

Block 8 - Edward Morgan Forester: A Passage to India

  • Unit 1 - Passages to India
  • Unit 2 - Representations of India (A): Approaches to the Novel
  • Unit 3 - History and A Passage to India
  • Unit 4 - Race Class and Gender in a Passage to India
  • Unit 5 - Representations of India (B): Religions in the Novel
  • Unit 6 - Passages from India

Block 9 - Muriel Sprak: The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie

  • Unit 1 - The English Novel: Modernism and After
  • Unit 2 - Muriel Spark: Her life, her Works, and the Text
  • Unit 3 - Analysing the Text-I
  • Unit 4 - Analysing the Text-II
  • Unit 5 - The English Novel: 1960s and After
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IGNOU MEG-03 (July 2023 - January 2024) Assignment Questions

1. Comment on Fielding’s narrative strategies in Tom Jones. 2. Discuss the ways in which Pride and Prejudice foregrounds the social and economic realities of women’s lives in Jane Austen’s time. 3. How does Dickens’s novel Great Expectations engage with the theme of upward social mobility and self-improvement? 4. Discuss the ways in which forces of race and class shape characters and episodes in A Passage to India. 5. Comment on Muriel Spark’s narrative technique in The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie.

IGNOU MEG-03 (July 2022 - January 2023) Assignment Questions

1. “Fielding is one of the most pro-woman writers in English.” Do you agree with this view? Justify your answer with illustrations from the text of Tom Jones. 2. Discuss how Pride and Prejudice engages with the theme of love and marriage. 3. Heathcliff, in Emily Bronte’s novel Wuthering Heights is often referred to in derogatory terms by the other characters, as being ‘the evil beast’, ‘uncivilised’, ‘without refinement’ and so on. Do you agree with such a judgement of Heathcliff? 4. Comment on the symbolism of the title Heart of Darkness. 5. Write a critical essay on the narrative technique adopted by Muriel Spark in The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie.
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