M.A. English I Sem. Important Questions (Paper III - Fiction)

Q01. Discuss Bana Bhatta as one of the of the greatest masters of prose.
Q02. Discuss the theme of Kadambari.
Q03. Discuss Kadambari as an imaginative prose epic.
Q04. Give a character sketch of Kadambari.
Q05. Discuss Cervantes as a novelist.
Q06. Discuss Don Quixote a parody of Chivalry.
Q07. Give a character sketch of Sancho Panza.
Q08. Give a character sketch of Don Quixote.
Q09. Discuss Henry Fielding as the father of English novel.
Q10. Discuss Tom Jones as a picaresque novel.
Q11. Discuss Tom Jones as a comic epic in prose.
Q12. Give a character sketch of Tom Jones
Q13. Give a character sketch of Sophia Western.
Q14. Discuss Daniel Defoe as a novelist.
Q15. Discuss Robinson Crusoe as a novel of adventures.
Q16. Give a character sketch of Robinson Crusoe.
Q17. Give a character sketch of Friday
Q18. Discuss Walter Scott as a historical novelist.
Q19. Discuss Keniworth as a historical nonel.
Q20. Keniworth is a mixture of history and romance. Discuss.
Q21. Give a character sketch of Amy Robsart.
Q22. Give a character sketch of Michael Lambourne.
Q23. Discuss Thackeray as a novelist.
Q24. Discuss Henry Esmond as a historical novel
Q25. Give a character sketch of Henry Esmond.
Q26. Discuss George Eliot as a novelist.
Q27. Discuss The Mill on the Floss as a domestic tragedy.
Q28. Give a character of Tom of The Mill on the Floss.
Q29. Give a character sketch of Maggie of The Mill on the Floss.
Q30. Discuss Charlotte Bronte as a novelist.
Q31. Discuss Jane Eyre as a Gothic novel.
Q32. Discuss feminism in Jane Eyre.
Q33. Give a character sketch of Jane Eyre.
Q34. Discuss Dickens as a novelist.
Q35. Justify the title Great Expectations.
Q36. Discuss humour and pathos in Great Expectations.
Q37. Write the major theme of Great Expectations.
Q38. Give a character sketch of Pip.
Q39. Discuss Dickens' art of characterization.
Q40. Discuss Zola as a novelist.
Q41. Discuss the major theme of Nana.
Q42. Discuss the plot construction of Nana.

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