NET BOOSTER II (English) 2021


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3 Theory Books with Online learning access:
  • 3 Theory Books for English consisting of 10 units

Module: NTA UGC NET English Theoretical Course

  • Subject: English
    • Section 1: Unit-6 (English in India History, Evolution and Futures)

        Attachments 1: Introduction

        Attachments 2: A Brief History of English Language

        Attachments 3: The Rise of English Language

        Attachments 4: The Question Why English

        Attachments 5: English in India

        Attachments 6: The Post-Independence Period

        Attachments 7: Language Policy in School Education

        Attachments 8: A Brief History of Indian English Fiction

        Attachments 9: Indian Writing in English Vs the Vernacular Indian Literature

        Attachments 10: Indianization of English

    • Section 2: Unit-8 (Literary Criticism)

        Attachments 1: Introduction of Literary Theory and Criticsm

        Attachments 2: What is Literary Criticism

        Attachments 3: Journey of Literary Criticsm and Literary Theory

        Attachments 4: A Brief History of Criticism of Classical Greece, Roman and English Tradition

        Attachments 5: Plato - As a Literary Critic

        Attachments 6: Aristotle - Poetics

        Attachments 7: Philip Sidney

        Attachments 8: John Dryden

        Attachments 9: Ben Jonson (1573-1637)

        Attachments 10: Samuel Johnson

        Attachments 11: Alexander Pope

        Attachments 12: Mary Wollstonecraft

        Attachments 13: William Wordsworth

        Attachments 14: Samuel Taylor Coleridge

        Attachments 15: Thomas Love Peacock

        Attachments 16: Percy Bysshe Shelley

        Attachments 17: Mathew Arnold

        Attachments 18: T.S. Eliot

        Attachments 19: New Criticism

        Attachments 20: Irving Babbitt (1865-1933)

    • Section 3: Unit-7 (Cultural Studies)

        Attachments 1: Introduction

        Attachments 2: Definition of Culture

        Attachments 3: What is Culture

        Attachments 4: Popular Fiction - Literature or Commodity

        Attachments 5: The Frankfurt School

        Attachments 6: ‘New Left’ Marxism - Williams, Eagleton, Jameson

        Attachments 7: Antonio Gramsci

        Attachments 8: Michel Foucault and Study of Culture

        Attachments 9: Post-modernism - A Study of Present Culture in the Era of Globalization

        Attachments 10: New HistoricismCultural Materialism

    • Section 4: Unit-5 (Language Basic Concepts, Theories, Pedagogy, Language in Use)

        Attachments 1: Language Introduction, Definition and Basic Concept

        Attachments 2: What is Linguistics

        Attachments 3: Structural Linguistics and Ferdinand De Saussure

        Attachments 4: Pedagogy Language Acquisition and Teaching

        Attachments 5: Pedagogy of Second Language Learning Teaching

        Attachments 6: Method and Approaches to Second Language Teaching

        Attachments 7: Notable English Projects in English Language Teaching

        Attachments 8: Linguistics and Its Primary Branches

        Attachments 9: Language in Use

        Attachments 10: Five Styles of Spoken English.

        Attachments 11: Evolution of English Language

        Attachments 12: Linguistic Terminology in Use

    • Section 5: Unit-9 (Literary Theory Post World War II)

        Attachments 1: INTRODUCTION

        Attachments 2: Russian Formalism

        Attachments 3: New Criticism

        Attachments 4: Marxism

        Attachments 5: Psychoanalysis

        Attachments 6: Structuralism

        Attachments 7: Post Structuralism

        Attachments 8: Post Modernism

        Attachments 9: Deconstruction

        Attachments 10: Feminism

        Attachments 11: Post Colonialism

        Attachments 12: Hermeneutics

        Attachments 13: Reader Response Theory

        Attachments 14: New Historicism

        Attachments 15: Eco Criticism

        Attachments 16: Ecofeminism (Or Ecological Feminism)

    • Section 6: Unit-1 ( Drama)

        Attachments 1: Introduction

        Attachments 2: Historical Background of Drama

        Attachments 3: Medieval Religious Drama

        Attachments 4: English Renaissance Drama

        Attachments 5: Drama Till 1642 (Jacobean and Caroline Age)

        Attachments 6: The Restoration Theatre

        Attachments 7: Victorian Drama

        Attachments 8: Modern Drama

        Attachments 9: Contemporary Dramatists

    • Section 7: Unit-2 (Poetry)

        Attachments 1: Anglo Saxon Poetry

        Attachments 2: Medieval Poetry

        Attachments 3: English Renaissance Poetry.

        Attachments 4: The Metaphysical Poets

        Attachments 5: The Cavalier Poets

        Attachments 6: Augustan Reflective Poetry

        Attachments 7: Pre-Romantic Poets

        Attachments 8: Romantic Poetry

        Attachments 9: Victorian Poetry

        Attachments 10: Modern Poetry

        Attachments 11: Post-Modern Poetry

    • Section 8: Unit-3 (Friction,Short,Story)

        Attachments 1: Historical Background of The Novel

        Attachments 2: Rise of The Novel

        Attachments 3: The Four Wheels of The Novel

        Attachments 4: The Sentimental Novel

        Attachments 5: Victorian Novel

        Attachments 6: Types of Novels

        Attachments 7: Short Story As A Genre

        Attachments 8: Modern Fiction-Novels

    • Section 9: Unit-4 (Non- Friction Porse)

        Attachments 1: Introduction.

        Attachments 2: Emergence of Prose in Old English Literature

        Attachments 3: Other Prose Writers From The Age of Chauce

        Attachments 4: 15th Century English Prose

        Attachments 5: Translators of Bible in Pre-Elizabethan Age

        Attachments 6: Non-Fiction Works of Elizabethan Age (16th Century Prose)

        Attachments 7: 17th Century Prose

        Attachments 8: Prose of Restoration Age

        Attachments 9: Development of Prose and Rise of the Novel in The Eighteenth Century

        Attachments 10: Eighteenth Century Prose

        Attachments 11: Popular Periodicals and Journals Since 18th Century

        Attachments 12: Romantic Prose Writers and Essayists

        Attachments 13: Historians of The 19th Century

        Attachments 14: Victorian Essays and 19th Century

        Attachments 15: Other Notable Prose Writers.

        Attachments 16: Modern Essayists and 20th Century

        Attachments 17: Non-Fiction Prose During Mid 20th Century

        Attachments 18: History of English Dictonary

        Attachments 19: Development of Literary Magazines

        Attachments 20: Essays Development and Types

        Attachments 21: Biography and Autobiography

    • Section 10: Unit-10 (Research Methods and Materials in English)

        Attachments 1: Introduction

        Attachments 2: Meaning of Research

        Attachments 3: Different Concepts of Research by Philosopher

        Attachments 4: What are the Objectives of Research

        Attachments 5: What You Can Do With Research

        Attachments 6: Steps of Research

        Attachments 7: Types of Research

        Attachments 8: Research Methods

        Attachments 9: Difference between Questionnaires and Schedules

        Attachments 10: Research Variables and Terminology

        Attachments 11: Materials for Research in English Studies

        Attachments 12: Seminar, Conferences, Workshop, Colloquium, Symposium and Roundtable Discussion

        Attachments 13: Research Ethics

        Attachments 14: Research Journal, Paper and Research Article

        Attachments 15: Thesis Writing

        Attachments 16: Citing Resources and Bibliography

        Attachments 17: Publication Norms and Terminology

  • Subject: General Paper 1

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