NET LEADER (English) 2018

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          The Curriculum Section of this Course covers the following Content :

  • 20 Units of Theory [PAPER II (20 respectively)]
  • 20 Topic wise Unit Solved Papers (USPs) [PAPER II (20 respectively)]
  • 5 Volume Solved Papers (VSPs) [PAPER II (5 respectively)]
  • 7 Model Solved Papers (MSPs) [PAPER I, II]
  • 6 Previous Year Solved Papers (JUNE 2015, DEC 2015, JULY 2016, JAN 2017, NOV 2017 & JULY 2018) [PSPs]

Module: UGC - NET THEORETICAL COURSE without Paper - I (English)

  • Subject: English
    • Section : Paper-II
      • Unit 1: CHAUCER TO SHAKESPEARE

        Lecture 1: The Age of Chaucer

        Lecture 2: Geoffrey Chaucer (1343-1400)

        Lecture 3: Poetry in The Age of Chaucer

        Lecture 4: The Age of Revival

        Lecture 5: Poetry In The Age of Revival

        Lecture 6: Poetic Trends in The Age of Revival

        Lecture 7: New Court Poet of The Age of Revival

        Lecture 8: Prose Writers of The Age of Revival

        Lecture 9: Other Writers and Their Works

        Lecture 10: The Educationists of The Age of Revival

        Lecture 11: Important Figures Associated with English Bible

        Lecture 12: The Elizablethan Age

        Lecture 13: Eminent Poets of The Elizabethan Age

        Lecture 14: Dramatist of The Age

      • Unit 2: JACOBEAN TO RESTORATION PERIOD (1603-1700)

        Lecture 1: The Jacobean to Restoration Period (1603-1700)

        Lecture 2: The Jacobean Era (1603-1625)

        Lecture 3: Caroline Age (1625-1649)

        Lecture 4: The Interim Period of Commonwealth (1649-1660)

        Lecture 5: Charles II and the Sturat Restoration (1660-1685)

        Lecture 6: James II

        Lecture 7: The Restoration And 18th Century

        Lecture 8: Literary Characteristics of Period of The Restoration (1660-1700)

        Lecture 9: Poetry of The Age

        Lecture 10: Metaphysical Poetry

        Lecture 11: Jacobian Drama

        Lecture 12: Restoration Drama

        Lecture 13: Restoration Comedy

        Lecture 14: Eminent Prose Writers of The Age

      • Unit 3: AUGUSTAN AGE : 18TH CENTURY LITERATURE

        Lecture 1: The Age of Pope or The Augustan Age

        Lecture 2: Eminent Poets of The Age

        Lecture 3: The Age of Transition

        Lecture 4: The New School

        Lecture 5: The Four Wheels of The Novel

        Lecture 6: The Revival of Romance

        Lecture 7: Drama

      • Unit 4: ROMANTIC AGE

        Lecture 1: The Romantic Age

        Lecture 2: First Generation Romantics

        Lecture 3: Second Generation Romantics

        Lecture 4: Rise of Gothic Novel in The Romantic Age

        Lecture 5: Jacobean Novel in The Romantic Age

        Lecture 6: Prose Writes of The Romantic Age

      • Unit 5: THE VICTORIAN AGE

        Lecture 1: The Victorian Age

        Lecture 2: Novel of The Age

        Lecture 3: Women Novelist of The Victorian Era

        Lecture 4: Drama of The Age

      • Unit 6: MODERN PERIOD

        Lecture 1: The Modern Age

        Lecture 2: Poetry of The Age

        Lecture 3: Prose

        Lecture 4: The Revival of The Poetic Drama in The Twentieth Century

      • Unit 7: CONTEMPORARY PERIOD

        Lecture : Contemporary Literature

      • Unit : AMERICAN AND NON-BRITISH LITERATURE

        Lecture 1: American Literature

        Lecture 2: Democratic Origins and Revolutionary Writers, 1776-1820

        Lecture 3: Romantic Poets and Essayist of American Literature

        Lecture 4: Fiction Writer of Romantic Period in American Literature

        Lecture 5: The Rise of Realism : 1860-1914

        Lecture 6: Modernism

        Lecture 7: American Poetry 1945-1990 (The Anti-Tradition)

        Lecture 8: American Prose (1945-1990) Realism and Experimentation

        Lecture 9: Contemporary American Poetry

        Lecture 10: Contemporary American Literature

        Lecture 11: French Literature

        Lecture 12: Other Non-British Writers

      • Unit 9: LITERARY THEORY AND CRITICISM

        Lecture 1: Literary Theory and Criticism

        Lecture 2: Types of Criticism

        Lecture 3: Interpretative Strategies of Literary Criticism

        Lecture 4: Ancient Greek Criticism : Plato

        Lecture 5: I.A. Richards

        Lecture 6: Jaques Derrida

        Lecture 7: Northorpe Frye (1912-1991)

        Lecture 8: F.R. Leavis

        Lecture 9: Michael Foucault

        Lecture 10: Rolance Barthes (1915-1980)

        Lecture 11: Louis Althusser (1918-1990)

        Lecture 12: Raymond Williams (1921-1988)

        Lecture 13: Edward Soja (B.1940)

        Lecture 14: Wolfganag Iser (1926-2007)

        Lecture 15: Homi K. Bhabha

        Lecture 16: Irving Babbitt (1865-1933)

        Lecture 17: Cleanth Brooks (1904-1994)

        Lecture 18: R.P. Blackmur and William Empson

        Lecture 19: John Crowe Ransom

        Lecture 20: Stephen Greenblatt (B.1943)

      • Unit 10: RHETORIC AND PROSODY

        Lecture 1: Rhetoric

        Lecture 2: Prosody

        Lecture 3: Literary Forms and Terms

      • Unit 11: BRITISH LITERATURE FROM CHAUCER TO THE PRESENT AGE

        Lecture 1: From Chaucer

        Lecture 2: Elizabethan Poetry and Prose

        Lecture 3: Drama

        Lecture 4: The Seventeenth Century

        Lecture 5: The Age of Good Sanse

        Lecture 6: Dr. Johnson and His Time

        Lecture 7: The Romantic Revival

        Lecture 8: Victorian Age

        Lecture 9: The Novel

        Lecture 10: Contemporaries

      • Unit 12: LITERARY COMPREHENSION

        Lecture 1: Literal Comprehension

        Lecture 2: Literary Comprehension

      • Unit 13: UP TO THE RENAISSANCE

        Lecture 1: The Renaissance 1485-1649

        Lecture 2: Caroline Age

        Lecture 3: Restoration Age

        Lecture 4: Augustan Age

        Lecture 5: The Age of Transition (1850-1898)

        Lecture 6: Threshold for Shakespearean Theater

        Lecture 7: To The History of Shakespearean Question

        Lecture 8: Critical Study of Wycherley : The Country Wife Part-I

        Lecture 9: Critical Study of Poet : Edmund Spenser

        Lecture 10: Critical Study of Poets : John Donne, George Herbert and John Milton

        Lecture 11: Critical Study of John Dryden

        Lecture 12: Critical Study of Alexander Pope

      • Unit 14: VICTORIAN AND PRERAPHAELITE

        Lecture 1: Victorian Era

        Lecture 2: The Poets of The Victorian Age

        Lecture 3: Minor Poets of The Victorian Age

        Lecture 4: The Novelists of The Victorian Age

        Lecture 5: Essayists of The Victorian Age

        Lecture 6: Literary Movement in Victorian Era

      • Unit 15: MODERN BRITISH LITERATURE

        Lecture 1: British Literature

        Lecture 2: British Literature of 20th Century

        Lecture 3: Second World War

        Lecture 4: Late 20th Century Genre Literature

        Lecture 5: 21st Century Literature

        Lecture 6: Modern British Writers

      • Unit 16: CONTEMPORARY BRITISH LITERATURE

        Lecture 1: Contemporary British Literature (1945)

        Lecture 2: The Absurd Drama

        Lecture 3: The Psychological Novel

        Lecture 4: Major Writers of Contemporary Period

        Lecture 5: Katherine Mansfield

        Lecture 6: George Orwell

        Lecture 7: Historical Background of a Novel

        Lecture 8: Harold Pinter

        Lecture 9: Muriel Spark

        Lecture 10: A.S. Byatt

        Lecture 11: G.B. Shaw

      • Unit 17: LITERARY THEORY AND CRITICISM UP TO T. S. ELIOT

        Lecture 1: Nature and Function of Criticism

        Lecture 2: Ancient Greek Criticism : Plato

        Lecture 3: Aristotle and His “Poetics”

        Lecture 4: Aristotle and Plato

        Lecture 5: Longinus’ on The Sublime

        Lecture 6: John Dryden and His Works

        Lecture 7: William Wordsworth and “His Preface to Lyrical Ballad”

        Lecture 8: Coleridge and His “Biographia Literaria”

        Lecture 9: Matthew Arnold

        Lecture 10: Features of Literary Criticism in t.s. Eliot’s Age

      • Unit 18: HISTORY OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE, ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING

        Lecture 1: The History of The English Language

        Lecture 2: The Periods of English

        Lecture 3: The History of The Vocabulary of The English Language

        Lecture 4: History of The Grammar of English

        Lecture 5: English Language Teaching and Learning

        Lecture 6: The Future of English in India

      • Unit 19: EUROPEAN LITERATURE

        Lecture 1: Classical Period of European Literature

        Lecture 2: European Literature in The Romance Languages

        Lecture 3: European Literature in The Germanic Languages

        Lecture 4: European Literature in The Balto-Slavic Languages

        Lecture 5: Celtic Literature

        Lecture 6: European Literature in The Finno-Ugric Languages

        Lecture 7: Turkish Language and Literature

        Lecture 8: European Literature in Other Languages

      • Unit 20: INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH AND INDIAN LITERATURE IN ENGLISH TRANSLATION

        Lecture 1: Indian English Literature

        Lecture 2: The New Poetry

        Lecture 3: The Eminent Poets of The Seventies and Eighties

        Lecture 4: Indian English Poetry Form 1990-2005

        Lecture 5: Women Poets

        Lecture 6: The Pioneers of Prose (1820-1900)

        Lecture 7: Towards The Dawn (1901-1947)

        Lecture 8: The Era of Independence

        Lecture 9: Some Contemporary Writers

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