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IGNOU MEG-11 - American Novel

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IGNOU MEG-11 Code Details

  • University IGNOU (Indira Gandhi National Open University)
  • Title American Novel
  • Language(s)
  • Code MEG-11
  • Subject English
  • Degree(s) MA
  • Course Optional Courses

IGNOU MEG-11 English Topics Covered

Block 1 - James F. Cooper: The Last of the Mohicans

  • Unit 1 - The Beginnings
  • Unit 2 - The Man, The Milieu, and The Moment
  • Unit 3 - The Last of the Mohicans: An Analysis
  • Unit 4 - Perspectives on the Novel-I
  • Unit 5 - Perspectives on the Novel-II

Block 2 - Theodore Dreiser: Sister Carrie

  • Unit 1 - The Literary Context
  • Unit 2 - Theodore Dreiser: The Man and The Writer
  • Unit 3 - Sister Carrie: A Critical Summary
  • Unit 4 - Sister Carrie: A Critical Study of the Major Themes

Block 3 - F. Scott Fitzgerald: The Great Gatsby

  • Unit 1 - The Man, The Milieu, And The Moment
  • Unit 2 - The Plot and The Self-Improving Hero
  • Unit 3 - The Great Gatsby and Fable, Symbol and Allegory
  • Unit 4 - The Great Gatsby: And the Narrative Technique
  • Unit 5 - Critics and Criticism: An Overview

Block 4 - William Faulkner: Light in August

  • Unit 1 - American Fiction in 1920s and 1930s
  • Unit 2 - The Novel in The South
  • Unit 3 - Light in August: Structure and Narrative Strategies
  • Unit 4 - Characterisation and Critical Approaches

Block 5 - Henry Miller: Black Spring

  • Unit 1 - Sexual Revolution in Modern American Literature
  • Unit 2 - The Great Tradition
  • Unit 3 - The Outsider
  • Unit 4 - The Indelible Impact
  • Unit 5 - Henry Miller’s Works: Black Spring
  • Unit 6 - Critical Approaches

Block 6 - J.D. Salinger: The Catcher in the Rye

  • Unit 1 - The Author and The Plot
  • Unit 2 - The Main Themes and Characters
  • Unit 3 - The Language in The Catcher in the Rye
  • Unit 4 - Critical Interpretations

Block 7 - John Barth: Floating Opera

  • Unit 1 - The Postwar American Novel
  • Unit 2 - The Experimental Novel
  • Unit 3 - The Floating Opera: An Analysis of Text
  • Unit 4 - Philosophic Formulations and The Farce of Reason
  • Unit 5 - From Modernity to Post Modernity

Block 8 - Scott Mamaday : A House Made of Dawn

  • Unit 1 - Native American Literature
  • Unit 2 - Native American Fiction
  • Unit 3 - The Making of Momaday
  • Unit 4 - House Made of Dawn: An Analysis
  • Unit 5 - Critical Perspectives

Block 9 - Alice Walker: The Color Purple

  • Unit 1 - The Women, The Moment and The Milieu-I
  • Unit 2 - The Women, The Moment and The Milieu-II
  • Unit 3 - The Color Purple and its Structure
  • Unit 4 - Analysis of Celie’s Letters-I
  • Unit 5 - Analysis of Celie’s Letters-II
  • Unit 6 - Themes emerging from Celie’s Letters
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IGNOU MEG-11 (July 2024 - January 2025) Assignment Questions

1. Discuss Sister Carrie as a city novel. 2. Consider The Catcher in a Rye as a tragedy. 3. Write a critical note on style of Black Spring. 4. Examine the use of irony in the The Floating Opera giving suitable examples from the novel. 5. Comment on the aspect of characterization in The Last of the Mohicans.

IGNOU MEG-11 (July 2023 - January 2024) Assignment Questions

1. Critically examine the chief characteristics of Black American Women’s writings. Illustrate your answer with reference to the novel prescribed in your syllabus. 2. Discuss the common themes in the novels of Theodore Dreiser. Answer with suitable examples. 3. Would you agree that Faulkner explores the issue of racial identity through the portrayal of the character of Joe Christmas in Light in August ? 4. Critically comment on the concept of the ‘‘American Dream’’ in The Great Gatsby. 5. Discuss the major themes and characters of the novel The Catcher in the Rye.
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