Costing Regular Previous Year Question Paper Year 2005 : IIIrd Year Part I

Q. 1. Explain the following:
(1) Cost centre;
(2) Features of Job Costing;
(3) Fixed and Variable Costs;
(4) Direct and Indirect Expenses.
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Q. 2. (a) What do you mean by normal and abnormal idle time ? How would you deal idle time in Cost Accounting ? 10

(b) From the following information prepare Store Ledger Account as per LIFO and FIFO method: 10

Jan.1-2003 – Received – l,000Units – @Re.lperunit
Jan. 10-2003 – Received – 260 Units – @ Rs. 1.05 per unit
Jan. 20- 2003 – Issued – 700 Units-
Jan. 21-2003 – Received – 400 Units – @Rs. 1.15 per unit
Jan. 22-2003 – Received – 300 Units – @ Rs. 1.25 per unit
Jan. 23- 2003 – Issued – 620 Units-
Jan. 24-2003 – Issued – 240 Units-
Jan. 25-2003 – Received – 500 Units – @ Rs. 1.10 per unit
Jan. 26-2003 – Issued – 380 Units
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Q. 3. (a) What do you mean by Inventory Control ? What are its techniques ? Discuss briefly ABC system of Inventory Control. 10

(b) Calculate machine hour rate from the following information : Wages of operator incharge of two machines Rs. 6,000 per year.
Rent and rates for 4 machines Rs. 3,000 per year.
Lighting Rs. 250 per month.
Insurance of machines Rs. 200 per quarter.
Repair Rs. 250 per month.
Supervisor’s salary Rs. 500 per month.
Power consumption of machine: 20 units per hour @Rs. 1 per 100 units.
Factory overhead for the shop: Rs. 4,000 per year.
Machine cost Rs. 90,000
Scrap value: 5% of purchase price.
Life of the machine 19 yea rs.
Machine runs for 1,500 hours per annum.
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Q. 4. (a) From the following data, calculate Break-even point in Units. What will be the BEP if selling price is reduced by 10% ?
Fixed expenses:
Depreciation – Rs. 1,00,000
Salaries – Rs. 1,00,000

Variable exp. :
Material – Rs. 3 per unit
Labour – Rs. 2 per unit
Selling price – Rs. 10 per unit

(b) From the following information, reconcile the profit as per cost accounts with financial accounts:
Cost A/c Rs Financial A/c Rs

Profit – 86,250

Opening Stock:
Material – 10,500 – 10,300
Work-in-progress – 8,500 – 8,000

Closing Stock:
Material – 14,200 – 15,000
Work-in-progress – 6,000 – 5,600

Dividend and interest received Rs. 600. Loss on sale of investment Rs. 1,000. Interest charged by the bank not considered in Financial Accounts and Cost Accounts Rs. 1,500. Goodwill written off during the’year Rs. 2,500. Preliminary expenses written off Rs. 3,000.
Overhead incurred Rs. 40,000. Overhead absorbed in Cost Accounts Rs. 38,500. Find out profit as per Financial Accounts. Answer :

Q. 5. (a) Define normal loss, abnormal loss and abnormal gain. How these are treated in Cost Accounts ? 10

(b) What do you mean by labour turnover ? How is it measured ? What measures would you suggest for reducing labour turnover ?
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Business Law External Correspondence Previous Year Question Paper Year 2006 : IInd Year


Q. 1. ‘(a) “A promise without consideration is void.” Critically examine the statement. 10
(b) State the implied conditions in a contract of sale of goods.
Answer :

Q. 2. (a) Explain to circustances under which the court can order the dissolution of a partnership firm. 10
(b) State the circumstances under which an agent may be held personally liable.
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Q. 3. (a) “No seller can give the buyer a better title of goods than he himself has.” Explain giving exception to the rule. 10

(b) What do you understand by implied authority of a partner ? Mention the acts which are not covered under the implied authority.
Answer :

Q. 4. (a) What is a negotiable instrument ? What are the special features of a negotiable instrument ? 10
(b) What is the meaning of negotiation ? How is a cheque negotiated under Negotiable Instruments Act ?
Answer :

Q. 5. Explain the meaning of (any two) : 20
(a) Bailment and Pledge;
(b) Quasi Contracts;
(c) Contracts of Indemnity and Guarantee.
Answer :

(Banking Law and Practice)

Q. 6, Define the term ‘banker’ and ‘customer’. Explain general relationship between banker and customer.
Answer :

Q. 7. (a) What is the object of crossing of a cheque ? Explain various types of crossing. 10
(b) Explain cases under which a bank may refuse to honour its customers cheque.
Answer :

Q. 8. (a) What do you understand by endorsement of a cheque ? Discuss various types of endorsement. 10
(b) Distinguish between ‘Holder’ and ‘Holder in due course’.
Answer :

Q. 9. (a) Explain the general principles of lending by a bank. 10
(b) What precautions should a banker take while lending against stock exchange securities ?
Answer :

Q. 10. Explain the following (any two): 20
(a) Minor as a customer of bank
(b) Liability for bouncing of a cheque;
(c) Payment in due course.
Answer :

(Company Law)

Q. 11. (a) Define ‘Private Company’. Mention any seven privileges of a private company. 10
(b) Distinguish between Memorandum and Articles of Association.
Answer :

Q. 12. (a) What are the consequences of mis-statements in a prospects ‘: 10
(b) Explain an irregular allotment. What are its effects ?
Answer :

Q. 13. (a) Explain the legal provisions regarding the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of a company.
(b) What is compulsory winding up of a company ? State various grounds of compulsory winding up.
Answer :

Q. 14. (a) Discuss the powers of directors of the company.
(b) Write a short note on “Pre-incorporation Contract”.
Answer :

Q. 15. Explain the following (any two): 20
(a) Depository system;
(b) Bonus share;
(c) Special resolution with at least three examples.
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Business Law Regular Previous Year Question Paper Year 2006 : IInd Year

(Commercial Law)

Q. 1. (a) “A proposal cannot be accepted before it is commu¬nicated.” Explain this statement with the help of an example. 5

(b) “Conditional acceptance is not valid in the eyes of law.” Explain this statement and state the rules of a vaild acceptance.
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Q. 2. (a) “An agreement with a minor is void ab-initio.” Examine this statement along with the exceptions, if any. 10

(b) A sold his car worth Rs. 80,000 to B for Rs. 10,000 due to pressing needs. Can A get back his car after paying Rs. 10,000 to B on the ground of inadequacy of consideration ? Decide with reasons. . Answer :

Q. 3 (a) Under what circumstances a seller can transfer a better title of goods to the buyer ?
(b) Discuss the ‘right of lien’ of an unpaid seller of goods.
Answer :

Q. 4. (a) “The Indian Partnership Act has effectively ensured the registration of firms without making it compulsory.” Explain.
(b) Explain the circumstances under which the court can order dissolution of a firm. Answer :

Q. 5. Explain the following ;
(a) ‘Not negotiable’ crossing 5
(b) Payment in due course 5
(c) Agency by ratification 5
Answer :

(Banking Law & Practice)

Q. 6. Define the terms ‘Banker’ and ‘Customer’. Explain the relationship between banker and customer. Answer :

Q. 7. (a) What precautions should a bank take before open¬ing the account of a minor and a partnership firm ? 5,5

(b) What is meant by ‘Fixed Deposit Receipt’ ? Can it be encashed before its maturity ? Explain. Answer :

Q. 8. Define a Negotiable Instrument. Explain its characte¬ristics. List its presumptions. Answer :

Q. 9. Distinguish between the following :
(a) Pledge and Hypothecation 5
(b) Negotiation and Assignment 5
(c ) Promissory note and a bill of exchange 5
Answer :

Q. 10. Explain the following :
(a) Material alteration in a negotiable instrument 5
(b) Holder in due course 5
(c) Dishonour of cheque doe to inadequate funds 5

(Company Law)

Q. 11. What are the restrictions on a private company and what are the privileges available to a private company ? 5,10
Answer :

Q. 12. (a) “A certificate of incorporation is a conclusive evidence that all the requirements of the Companies Act regarding registration of a company have been complied with.” Explain.

(b) Write a note on pre-incorporation contracts. 5
Answer :

Q. 13. (a) Distinguish between forfeiture and surrender of shares. Under what circumstances each of them is valid ? 10

(b) Define ‘Call’ and discuss the essential requisites of a valid cell.
Answer :

Q. 14. (a) Explain the circumstances under which the court will order winding up of a company. 10

(b) Distinguish between a managing director and a whole time director.
Answer :

Q. 15. Write notes on the following:
(a) Annual general meeting 5
(b) Doctrine of ultra vires 5
(c) Special resolution 5
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Business Law External Correspondence Previous Year Question Paper Year 2005 : IInd Year


Q. 1. (a) “An agreement enforceable at law is a contract.” Explain.
(b) Distinguish between void agreement and voidable con¬tracts.
Answer :

Q. 2. (a) Define consideration. What are its legal rules ? 10
(b) Distinguish between a contract of indemnity and a con¬tract of guarantee. Answer :

Q. 3. (a) Explain the rules regarding transfer of ownership from seller to the buyer. (b) Distinguish between a condition and a warranty. 10
Answer :

Q. 4. (a) Explain the true test of partnership.
(b) On what grounds can a court order dissolution of a part¬nership firm ? Answer :

Q. 5. (a) Explain the characteristics of a negotiable instru¬ments.
(b) Distinguish between a bill of exchange and a promissory note.
Answer :

(Banking Law and Practice)

Q. 6. (a) Define a customer. What are the obligations of a banker towards his customer ?
(b) When must a banker refuse payment of a cheque.
Answer :

Q. 7. (a) What precautions should a banker take while open¬ing and operating the account of a minor ?
(b) What are the general principles of lending by a bank ?
Answer :

Q. 8. (a) Why is crossing on a cheque ? What is the effect of not negotiable crossing ?
(b) Explain briefly the various kinds of endorsements. 10
Answer :

Q. 9. (a) Define a negotiable instrument. What are its pre¬sumptions?
(b) Distinguish between a cheque and a bill of exchange. 10
Answer :

Q. 10. Write short notes on any two of the following :
(a) Cash credit and overdraft;
(b) Clayton’s Rule;
(c) Holder and due course.
Answer :

(Company Law)

Q. 11. (a) “A company is a separate entity distinct from its members.” What are its exceptions ?
(b) What is allotment ? What restrictions have been imposed on allotment of shares? Answer :

Q. 12. (a) Distinguish between Memorandum and Articles of Association.

(b) “A company can alter its articles without any limitations.” If not, what are the restrictions ? 10
Answer :

Q. 13. (a) What is annual general meeting ? What business is transacted at such a meeting?
(b) Distinguish between ordinary resolution and special reso¬lution giving examples.
Answer :

Q. 14. (a) What is doctrine of indoor managemen ? What are its exceptions?
(b) On what grounds can eompulsory winding up be ordered?
Answer :

Q. 15. Write notes on any two of the following:
(a) Statement in lieu of prospectus;
(b) Depository system;
(c) Powers of directors.
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Business Law Regular Previous Year Question Paper Year 2005 : IInd Year

(Commercial Law)

Q. I. (A) Explain the term ‘Consideration’ and state the exceptions to rule ‘No consideration, no contract’
(B) What are the rights of a surety against a creditor ? 5
Answer :

Q. 2. (A) When is an agent personally liable for contracts entered into by him on behalf of his principal ?
(B) Write a note on Quasi Contract. 5
Answer :

Q. 3. (A) “The Indian Partnership Act has effectiveiy en¬sured the registration without making it compulsory.” Elucidate this statement.

(B) What is meant by a negotiable instrument ? 5
Answer :

Q. 4. (A) Distinguish between ‘dissolution of partnership* and ‘dissolution of firm’. How can a firm be dissolved ? 10

(B) Explain the exceptions to the rule of Caveat Fmptor. 5
Answer :

Q. 5. (A) “No seller of goods can give the buyer of goods a better title than what he himself possesses.” Examine this state¬ment and give exception to this rule, if any. 10

(B) Define Bill of exchange. 5
Answer :

Banking Law and Practice

Q. 6. (A) The relation between banker and customer is pri¬marily that of Debtor and Creditor. How does this differ from similar relationship arising out of ordinary commercial debts. Discuss. 10

(B) “Is a banker legally bound to honour his customer’s cheques ?” Discuss.
Answer :

Q. 7. (A) Explain the legal position of wrong entries in the pass book.

(B) What precautions a banker should take while opening the current of joint Stock Companies?
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Q. 8. Distinguish between secured and unsecured advances of the bank. What precaution should a banker take while making unsecured advances?
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Q. 9. (A) Define ‘Endorsement’ Explain the essentials of valid endorsement.

(B) Explain ‘Payment in due course’.
Answer :

Q. 10. (A) Discuess the rules regarding the presentment for payment. When is the presentment for payment not necessary?

(B) Explain the privileges of Holder in deu course.
Answer :

(Company Law)

Q. 11. What is prospectus? Is it necessary for a Public Company to issue prospectus? Explain the consequences of misstatement in a company prospectus.
Answer :

Q. 12. (A) What do you understand by irregular allotment? What are the consequences of an irregular allotment? 10

(B) “Directors are trustees of the company.’’ Discuss the state¬ment. Answer :

Q. 13. (A) “A certificate of incorporation is conclusive evi¬dence that all the requirements of the Company Act have been complied with.” Explain. 10

(B) Discuss the provisions of company law on Redemption of Redeemable Preference Shares. Answer :

Q. 14. Distinguish between:
(A) Memorandum of Association and Articles of Associa¬tion;

(B) Public Company and Private Company.
Answer :

Q. 15. Explain the following:
(i) Pre-incorporation Contract;
(ii) Quorum;
(iii) Doctrine of Indoor Management.
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English Modern European Drama Previous Year Question Paper Year 2006 : IsT Year

Q. 1. (a) Discuss the role and function of the songs/intercludes in The Good Person of Szechwan.


Examine the significance of the inconclusive ending to The Good Person of Szechwan,

(b) Write a note on the significance of Jean’s dream in Miss Julie.


In spite of his conscious bias against women, Strindberg has portrayed Julie sympathetically. Discuss.

(c ) Examine Bereneger’s last speech in Rhinoceros and comment on whether is he heroic or not.


Critically comment on the significance of Daisy’s role in the Rhinoceros.
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Q. 2. (a) How does Brecht differentiate between “dramatic theatre” and “epic theatre”?


Describe Stanislavski’s views on psychological realism in theatre.

(b) Discuss any two aspects of the Theatre of the Absurd.


Discuss the relation between theatres and social change with reference to any play (s) in your course.
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Q. 3. In The Balcony,, the Chief of Police is inspired less by a desire for real power than by the hope of attaining prestige and glory in history. Discuss,


Human nature is in need of illusion and theatricality and no social order can be based on reality. Do you think this is an appropriate interpretation of Genet’s play The Balcony.
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Q. 4. Critically examine the idea of inheritance and its sig¬nificance in Ibsen’s Ghosts.


In Ibsen’s Ghost Mrs. Alving is both a victim and a critic of the conventional society. Discuss.
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English Women’s Writing in the 19th and 20th Century Previous Year Question Paper Year 2006 : IsTYear

Q. 1. Identify the lines in their context and comment critically on them :

(a) No, I’m not a soldier in your
history, I live in my own tale
With others I choose to wake me in the morning.


Which could not beat so in the verse without
Being present also in the unkissed lips,
And eyes undried because there’s none to ask
The reason they grow moist.

(b) John laughs at me. of course, but one expects that in marriage.


After she began to sing in Chicago, she was consistently discreet. She stayed as a guest in rich people’s houses and she knew that she was being watched like a rabbit in a laboratory. Covered up in bed, with the lights out, she thought her own thoughts, and laughed.

(c) I’m pore, I’m black, I may be ugly and can’t cook….but I’m here.


She says, All my life I had to fight. I had to fight my daddy. I had to fight my brothers. I had to fight my cousins and my uncles. A girl child ain’t safe in a family of men. But I never thought I’d have to fight in my own house.
Answer :

Q. 2. (a) What according to Woolf have been the obstacles [ to women’s creativity ? Discuss with reference to the extracts of A Room of One’s own prescribed in your course.


Discuss Freud’s views on female sexuality and feminist read¬ings of the same.

(b) Write a brief note on the correlation between Gender and Genre.


Representation of Lesbianism in the texts, prescribed in your course.
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Q. 3. In what way does Doris Lessing attempt to redefine woman as both subject and author in The Golden Notebook ? Elabo¬rate.


Anna’s descent into madness is as much a breakdown as break-through. Discuss with reference to The Golden Notebook.
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Q. 4. Harriet Jacobs presents a gendered analysis of the system of slavery. Discuss with reference to Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl.


Rasasundari Devi refers to herself as a ‘caged bird’ in her autobiography. Would that be a correct appraisal of her situation ? Discuss.
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English Anglo American Writing Previous Year Question Paper Year 2006 : IsT Year

Q. 1. (a) identify and comment critically on the following:
(i) Sigh no more ladies
Time is male
and in his cups drinks to the fair.
Bemused by gallantry, we hear
Our mediocrities over-praised
Indolence read as abnegation
Slattern thought styled intuition,
Every lapse forgiven, our crime
Only to cast too bold a shadow
Or smash the mold straight off.
For that, solitary confinement,
Tear gas, attrition shelling.
Few applicants for that honor.


(ii) Why should I let the toad work
Squat on my life ?
Can’t I use my wit as pitchfork
And drive the brute off?
Six days of the week it soils
With its sickening poison -
Just for paying a few bills!
That’s out of proportion.
Lots of folks live on their wits:
Lecturers, lispers,
Losers, loblolly-men louts-
They don’t end as paupers;
Lots of folk live up lanes
With fires in a bucket,
Eat windfalls and tinned sardines-
They seem to like it.

(b) (i) “You have youth, confidence, and a job,” the older waiter said,” You have everything.”
“And what do you lack ?”
“Everything but work1′

What is the difference between the attitude of the older waiter and the younger waiter? Do you think Hemingway privileges youth in the story ?


(ii) “The next pool on his list, the last but two, belonged to his old mistress Shirley Adams. If he had suffered any injuries at the Biswanger’s they would be cured here.

Love-sexual roughhouse in fact-was the supreme elixir, the pain killer, the brightly coloured pill that would put the spring back into his step, the joy of life in his heart.”

How does Shirley respond to Need? Discuss the critique of suburban life in “The Swimmer’.

(c) (i) Discuss the friendship between Rosencrantz and Guildenstern. Do you think it expresses a positive value in the play? Give reasons.


(ii) “Miller creates an atmosphere of guilt within the Proctor household that mirrors similar conditions within the larger Puritan society.” Discuss the relationship between John and Elizabeth Proctor.
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Q. 2. (a) (I) Do you agree with the view that social realism often sinks into bleakness ? Illustrate your answer with examples.


(ii) Focussing on the work of one poet prescribed in your course, discuss, a poet’s engagement with political issues in order to shape poetic identity.

(b) (i) ‘For God’s sake, open the universe a little more !” What is Rushdie protesting against in his essay ‘Imaginary Homelands’ ?


(ii) Discuss Seamus Heaney’s interpretation of George Herbert’s work as ‘fully realised poetry’.
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Q. 3. (i) Discuss The Power and the Glory as a theologi¬cal thriller that has more mysteries than certainties.


(ii) The tension in The Power and the Glory is generated by the ideological conflict between the whisky priest and the atheistic lieutenant. Discuss.
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Q. 4. (i) Beloved according to Stanley Crouch, one of its harshest reviewers ‘means to prove that Afro-Americans are the result of a cruel determinism.’ Do you agree that Toni Morrison is telling the story of helpless victims in her novel ? Support your view with examples from the text.


(ii) ‘Women are the bearers of continuity in Morrison’s fiction.” Discuss the characters of Baby Suggs, Sethe, and Denver as describing the unbroken continuity of nurturing in Beloved.
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English Contemporary Literature Previous Year Question Paper Year 2006 : IsT Year

Q. 1. (a) (i) Aila’s unexpected action of bringing politics into the bourgeois home suggests a new formulation of identity. Discuss with reference to Gordimer’s My Son’s Story.


(ii) In Gordimer’s My Son’s Story, as a coloured revolutionary in South Africa who has a ‘colonial mentality’. Sonny-is damned. Do you agree ? Give a reasoned answer.

(b) (i) Write a critical note on the treatment of cultural hybridity in Walcott’s “The Sea is History’ and ‘Names’.


(ii) Critically analyse Atwood’s ‘Procedures for Underground’ as a journey through the ‘green world’
of myth and delusion.

(c) (i) Dario Fo’s Accidental Death of an Anarchist is a play about necessary counter-information. Discuss.


(ii) Show how literature and politics and inextricably linked in Fo’s Accidental Death ofan Anarchist and Ngugi’s The Trial of Dedan Kimathi.
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Q. 2. (a) (i) According to Ngugi, ‘Both as a means of com¬munication and a carrier of culture, language…..has a dual characler.’ Comment with reference to ‘Decolonizing the Mind.’


(ii) What is the central postcolonial anxiety that Fanon discusses in Black Skin, White Masks ?

(b) (i) How do the personal and the political intersect in Neruda’s “The Way Spain Was”?


(ii) Construction of gender is a major political concern in contemporary literature. Write a critical note with ref¬erence to either Gordimer or Marquez.
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Q. 3. (a) In Things Fall Apart, Achebe presents the ten¬sions and conflicts between traditional values and alien culture, the ‘private self and ‘public man’ and their attendant consequences in a pre-colonial society. Elaborate.


(b) Okonkwo, the central character of Things Fall Apart, is the epitome of the complex cultural ambiguity of the Igbo people . Discuss.
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Q. 4. (a) In Marquez’s Chronicle of a Death Foretold, there in neither a historian nor an authoritative voice in the text: the concept of authority itself becomes enigmatic. Do you agree ? Give a reasoned answer,

(b) Chronicle of a Death Foretold is a parody of romance with ‘uncommon blending of fantasy, fable, and fact’. Com¬ment.
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English Literature 5 Previous Year Question Paper Year 2006 : IsT Year

Q. 1. (a) With beauty like a tightened bow, a kind
That is not natural in an age like this,
Being high and solitary and most stern ?
Why, what could she have done, being what she is ?
Was there another Troy for her to burn ?

Explain and comment on how Yeats links beauty with destruction in these lines from No Second Troy?


The nightingales are singing near
The convent of the Sacred Heart,
And sang within the bloody wood
When Agamemnon cried aloud,
And let their liquid siftings fall
To stain the stiff dishonoured shroud

Comment on the literary and mythical allusions in these lines from Sweeney Among the Nightingales.

(b) “The importance of Jimmy lies in his being seen and understood as a spokesperson for his generation of youngmen.” Comment.


Estragon : (very insidious) But what Saturday? And is it Saturday? Is it not rather Sunday? (Pause) Or Monday (Pause) Or Friday?
Examine the above statement and comment on the presentation of Time in Waiting for Godot.

(c) Write a critical note on any one of the following :
(i) Heart of Delayed decoding as a narraitve technique.
(ii) Mariow as narrator.
(iii) Marlow’s lie to the Intended.
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Q. 2. (a) “Myths are made for the imagination to breathe life into them.” Discuss with special reference to Camus1 views on the myth of Sisyphus.


What are Eliot’s views on the creative process ?

(b) Write a biref note on modernism with reference to any one text in your course.


Briefly examine the connexion between “Existentialism” and “The Theatre of the Absurd”.
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Q. 3. In Mrs. Dalloway, Woolf captures “the fragmented consciousness that has come to be considered symptomatic of life in the twentieth century ? Comment.


On not receiving an invitation to Lady Bruton’s party Clarissa felt “suddenly shrivelled, aged, breastless……..”

In the light of the above statement, critically examine the role that parties play in Clarissa’s life.
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Q. 4. With reference to the relationship between Mr. and Mrs. Morel, do you agree that “in seeking to make him nobler than he couid be, she destroyed him.” Give a reasoned answer. 15

“The Paul-Miriam chapters are central to our understanding of Sons and Lovers.”Do you agree ? Give a reasoned answer.
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