M.A. English I Sem. - Important Questions (Paper II - Drama)

Q01. Discuss Sophocles as a playwright.
Q02.  Write yhe major theme of Oedipus Rex.
Q03. Give a character sketch of Oedipus Rex.
Q04. Discuss Kalidas as a playwright.
Q05. Discuss the plot construction of Abhigyan Shakuntalam.
Q06. Discuss the role of Nature in Abhigyan Shakuntalam.
Q07. Give a character sketch of Shakuntala.
Q08. Give a character sketch of Dushyanta.
Q09. Discuss Shakespeare as a great tragedian.
Q10. Discuss Shakespeare as a great playwright of comedies.
Q11. Discuss Hamlet as a tragedy.
Q12 Discuss Hamlet's madness.
Q13. Discuss the importance of soliloquies in Hamlet.
Q14. Discuss Hamlet's problem.
Q15. Discuss Hamlet's delay.
Q16. Give a character sketch of Hamlet.
Q17. Write a note on the significance of the Ghost in Hamlet.
Q18. Give a character sketch of Ophelia.
Q19. Give a character sketch of Claudius.
Q20. Discuss King Lear as a tragedy.
Q21. Give a character sketch of King Lear.
Q22. Give a character sketch of Cordelia.
Q23. Write a note on the sub-plot of King Lear.
Q24. Discuss Twelfth Night as a romantic comedy.
Q25. Give a character sketch of Viola.
Q26. Give a character sketch of Olivia.
Q28. Give a character sketch of Orsino.
Q29. Justify the title Twlfth Night.
Q30. Discuss The Tempest as a tragi-comedy.
Q31. Discus the supernatural elements in The Tempest.
Q32. Give a character sketch of Ariel.
Q33. Give a character sketch of Prospero.
Q34. Give a character sketch of Miranda.
Q35. Discuss Marlowe as a playwright.
Q36. Discuss Dr. Faustus as a tragedy.
Q37. 'Dr. Faustus reflects the spirit of renaissance'. Discuss.
Q38. Give a character sketch of Mephistophilis.
Q39. Discuss Ben Jonson as a playwright of comedy of humours.
Q40. Discuss Every Man in His Humour as a comedy of humours.

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