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1ST ANNUAL 2010 & ONWARDS Part-I Paper-I Poetry Paper-II Drama Paper-III Academic Discourse Paper-IV Criticism Paper-V History of English Literature Paper-VI Stylistics / TESOL Part-II Paper-VII Prose Paper-VIII American Literature / South Asian Literature Paper-IX Post-Colonial Studies Paper-X Novel Paper-XI Linguistics Paper-XII S & Psycholinguistics Paper-I, Poetry This course aims at introducing the students to the development of English poetry in different eras. It starts from Chaucer and ends at Sylvia Plath. The representative poets from each age are taken to highlight various trends in English poetry from 14th to 20th century. Classical Poetry Chaucer The Prologue to Canterbury Tales Milton Paradise Lost, Book-1 Donne Good Morrow The Sun Rising Batter My Heart When Thou Hath Done Victorian Poetry Wordsworth Prelude Book-1 Keats Ode to a Nightingale Ode on a Grecian Urn
The course is strictly skill based and teachers are advised to use any material which they find appropriate in enhancing simple and complex use of English. Indirect) Clause ( Main. comedy) over the centuries will be given followed by an in-depth textual analysis of the plays by the major dramatists. Classical Sophocles Oedipus Rex Renaissance Marlowe Dr. ACADEMIC DISCOURSE Objective: This course aims at improving the Basic English language skills of the learners. Subordinate. Coordinate) Sentences (Simple. 1.e.S. Miracle and Morality plays during the English Renaissance. Compound-Complex) Transitional Devices/ Connectives Cohesion and Coherence Punctuation Articles Prepositions 2. Eliot The Love Song of J. Imperative. Thus an over view of the development of the genre (and sub-genres i.Ode to Autumn Browning My last Duchess Bishop orders his tomb as St. Drama This paper will introduce students to the origins and development of the classical Greek drama followed by the emergence of Mystery. tragedy. Grammar and Mechanics Tenses Parts of Speech Moods (Indicative. Compound. Alfred Prufrock Wasteland Sylvia Plath Daddy Widow Paper-II. Faustus Shakespeare Hamlet Twelfth Night Modern Ibsen A Doll’s House Shaw Major Barbara Beckett Waiting for Godot Paper-III. Passive Narration ( Direct. Praxed’s Church Modern T. Reading Skills . Complex. Subjunctive) Voice (Active.
Oxford Practice Grammar Karachi: Oxford University Press • Jay. Karachi: Oxford University Press Paper-IV. Writing Skills 1. Betty Schrampher. Brainstorming and outlining 2. (1996) Basic English Grammar (2nd Edition). H. R. Paragraph writing 4.1. J. Analyzing. and Ros. (2004) English for Undergraduates (3rd Impression). T. Basic English. Betty Schrampher.M. Locating main ideas 5. Malaysia: McGraw Hill • Taib. Evaluating and Reacting The Process: Reviewing 3. Reader’s Chouice. et. New York: Longman • Azar. (1984). New Delhi: Pearson Press • Taib. New York: John Wiley and Sons. N. Essay writing Cause and effect Comparison and contrast Description Narration Persuasive Process analysis Summarizing/ Précis Writing Paraphrasing Reading List: • Boudin. et. Basic English Workbook. et. (2000) Understanding and Using English Grammar (3rd Edition). Skimming 2. Business English Basic: A Programmed Approach. (2005). Malaysia: McGraw Hill • Moyer. University of Michigan Press • Eastwood. (2003). (1980). SQ3R 4. al (2003). Criticism The purpose of this course is to bring our syllabi on a par with international standards. After familiarizing the . (2005). New York: Longman • Howe. D. Purpose and Content The Process: Previewing Reading: Annotating a Text The Process: Reading and Annotating Reviewing: Organizing. J. Critical Reading Previewing: Establishing Context. al. Scanning 3. Traits of good writing Ideas Organization Voice Word choice Sentence fluency Connection 3. Effective Presentation. • Azar. N.Ann Arbour.al. E.
e.1 Paper-V History of English Literature The objective of this course is to give the students a complete historical background of English literature. CUP Terry Eagelton 1983 Literary Theory: An Introduction. It will also help them to analyze trends in English Literatures in different eras. 1995 feminist Stylistics. To achieve this objective. New Case Boods. Section-I 1) Medieval Age 2) Renaissance Age 3) Puritan Age 4) The Restoration Age . It is also based on the critical analysis of all the genres of literature in every age. Eliot The Tradition and the Individual Talent Frye Anatomy of Criticism (Special emphasis on chapters on myth criticism & Modes) Section-III Modern / Postmodern Movements Formalism Structuralism Post. it introduces them to the literary approaches of the modern critics i. Note: The Exam will include Practice of analysis/application of theoretical concepts Section-I (Classical) Aristotle Poetics Longinus On the Sublime Section-II (Modern) T. Routledge. Eliot. the New Critical Idiom. Helence Keyssar (ed) 1996 Feminist Theatre and Theory. Routledgte. Arnold Michael Levenson (ed) 1999. MacMillan Jonathen Culler 1975 Sturcturalist Poetics. Davis and Kenneth Womack (eds) 2002 Formalist Criticism and Reader Response Theory.students with the tenets of classical literary criticism.S. rooted in the works of Woolf and introduced later in detail in Eaglet on. Palgrave Todd E. a compulsory question of practical criticism will be set on an unseen passage. Palagrave Sara Mills. Frye followed by the beginnings of postmodern critical theories. The Cambridge Companion to Modernism. Basil Blackwell Rich Rylance and Judy Simons (eds) 2001 Literature in Context. Routledge & Kegan Paul Paul Hamilton 1996 Historicism.Structuralism Psychoanalytical Criticism Marxism Deconstruction Feminism Primary Texts Terry Eagleton’s Modern Literary Theory Virginia Woolf’s A Room of One’s Own Reading List Philip Rice and Partrica Waugh (eds) 1989/2001 Modern Literary Theory. The recent and current trends of post-structuralism will be introduced so as to enable the students to apply these theories to textual analysis. in the final examination.
In. The Routledge History of Literature in English London. Oxford. 2002 • Longaker.W. Cambridge University. 2006 • Fulk Robert and Cain M Christopher (2002) USA Blackwell Publishing. John and Coyle. Press. New York Appleton Century Crofts. Palgrave Publishers Litd. New York. Figures of Transition. Singapore. Mac Millan Company 1931 • Hichs. James. and Waller. A. Michael. Bloomington. Victorian Age Section-III 1. US. The Eighteenth Century. Longman Publishers. Cambridge University. Who’s Who of 20th Century. Tim. Roland and McRae John.5) Augustan Age Section-II 1. London. Martin. The Cambridge History English and American Literature Cambridge. Oxford. Romantic Age 2. Press.The Modern Age 2. David and Mueller. Cambridge University. Press 2002 • Daiches. Indiana University.The Postmodern Age Suggested Readings: • Fowler. A History of English Literature. 1988 . Contemporary English literature. Romantic Victorians. George. English Literature from Norman Conquest to Chaucer. Jhon (Editor). 1953 • Schofield. Janel. Rutledge. 1907 • O’ Neill. The Cambridge History of Early Modern English literature. The Present Age in British Literature. Cambridge History of English Literature (A Dotcom history) UK. William Heusy. 2001 • Woods. 2001 • Cornin. 2001 • Wood Coch. Macmillan Press. Mark and Bolles. 1998 • Rogers. Richard. New York. Granville. Routledge. Press. New York. A brief history of English literature. Harvard University Press. Novelists. 1983 • Sambrooh. Introduction to 20th century Fiction. C Adwin. Clarendon Press. Pat (edit) the Oxford History of English Literature. Dawid.R. Oxford University Press. USA. 1958 • Carter. the MacMillan Company 1939 • Ward. A history of old English Literature • Pech. A. Literature of the Romantic Period. Alas Tair. Palgraue 2002 • Lowen Stein. 1987 • Richetti. New York.
Parallelism 6. A Short History of English Literature. and linguistic concept of style) 2. modern. Ideology & Point of View .Theme and Rheme . Verbs . Norm & Deviation 7. Assonance. Consonance. 1975 • Evans. Figurative Language Section-II (Levels of Analysis-I): 8. Foregrounding 5. The course will provide practice to the students in analyzing the literary discourses from a purely linguistic perspective. Course Outline Section-1(Introduction) 1. Press. Branches of Stylistics 4. The Clause . Alliteration. A Short History of English Literature. Press. Rhyme etc. What is Style? (Traditional. Speech & Thought Presentation 13. Phonological Level -Sound Devices used in Poetry (Repetition. IFFOR. 1978 Paper-VI. Adverbs etc. Rhythm in Prose 9. Language. Level of Discourse Cohesion Textuality Clause relations Patterns of discourse organization 11. Cambridge. .• Sampson. England Penguin Books. Stylistics Course Objectives: This course introduces the students to the modern concept of style as distinguished from the traditional one. Pragmatic Analysis of Literature Speech Acts Deixies Impicatures Section-III 12. The Concise History of English Literature. Syntactical Level .Phrases. What is Stylistics? 3.Nouns.Mood & Modality . Cambridge University. Onomatopoeia. Oxford University.Adjectives. Emile.Clause Complexing . Oxford. George.Transitivity and Meaning 10. 1976 • Leguis.) -Metre in poetry -Style.
Literature as Discourse 14. Longman Mills. G.Analysis of Poetry . K. TESOL This paper aims at introducing theories of language and their application in the teaching of English in Pakistan. the following sections focus on their applications in the teaching of English as second/foreign language and literature. S. (1975) Stylistics and the Teaching of Literature. N (1969) A Linguistic Guide to English Poetry. London: Routledge Freeborn. (1995) Feminist Stylistics Wales. H. Critical Discourse Analysis Practicum . G. O. The first section introduces theories of language learning and. Postcolonial Stylistics 16. Longman. (1996) Style London: Macmillan Leech & Short (1981) Style in Fiction. Section-I Theories Behaviourism Mentalism Monitor Model Methods and Approaches Grammar translation method Direct method The Audio Lingual Method Total physical Response Communicative Approach The Natural Approach Task Based Teaching The Oral and Situational Language Teaching Section-II Teaching Language Skills Listening Skills Speaking Skills Reading Skills Writing Skills Integrated Approach . Ed. Longman Paper-VI. Widdowson. Feminist Stylistics 15. (1989) A Dictionary of Stylistics Longman.Analysis of Fiction Reading List Carter. R. (1982) Language and Literature: An introductory Reader. Leech.
Harlow. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. and Walters. Paper-VII. imagery and aphorisms. sardonic. figures of speech. sarcasm. J. J. (2000) Techniques and Principles in Language Learning (2nd ed. Showalter. D. Two chapters from the works of Chomsky and Said are being introduced to acquaint the students with the contemporary prose writers. (2003) Teaching Literature. A. (1988) Syllabus Design. and T. Rivers. D. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Rodgers (2001) Approaches and Methods in Language Teaching: A Description and Analysis (2nd ed). The question paper will give equal weightage to each section and a question will also be set on textual . irony.. the course begins with the Renaissance prose and moves on to an analysis of the layers of wit. Hughes. humour. tone leading to bitter and pungent satire in Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels. M. D.Section-III Teaching of Literature Poetry Drama Fiction Testing and Evaluation Kinds of Tests & Testing Characteristics of a good test Testing of Language Skills Testing language sub-skills Vocabulary tests Grammar tests Pronunciation tests Writing Test items Practicum in Language Teaching Lesson Planning Micro Teaching Classroom Management Innovations in classroom Reading List Gower. Harmer. UK: Pearson Education. comparisons and contrasts in various prose writers’ styles are also highlighted. Huxley’s and Russell’s prose styles are analyzed in relation to the contemporary thought and philosophy. Macmillan ELT.). (2005) Teaching Practice: A Guide for Teachers in Training. Phillips. E. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Through an in-depth analysis of Bacon’s text in terms of his use of wit. Nunan. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (1989) Testing for Language Teachers. S. C. Oxford: Blackwell. Richards. S. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press Larsen-Freeman. W. Prose The objectives of this course are to familiarize the students with a wide range of functional and non-functional styles in English prose. (2001) The Practice of English Language Teaching (3rd ed..). R. (1981) Teaching Foreign-Language Skills (2nd ed).
History of American Literature Poetry Walt Whitman Extracts from Song of Myself Sections: 1-2-3-6-20-21-32-48-52 Robert Frost Selected Poems .Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening . Renaissance Prose Bacon Of Truth Of Death Of Marriage and Single Life Of Revenge Swift Gulliver’s Travels Modern Russell In Praise of Idleness Western Civilization Useless Knowledge On Youthful Cynicism Modern Homogeneity Education and Discipline Huxley Education of an Amphibian Knowledge and Understanding Liberty.Desert Places Drama Eugene O’Neill Mourning Becomes Electra .After Apple Picking . Quality.Mending Walls .The Bear . It will also enable the students to make a comparative study of British and American Literature.analysis.The Pasture . American Literature The purpose of this course is to acquaint the students with the aspects of American Literature which has a different cultural and geographical background. Drama and Novel are made by including the representative writers of 19th and 20th century.An Old Man’s Winter Night .The Tuft of Flowers . Machinery Ruskin The Crown of Wild olive Postmodern Chomsky On Language (Part-I) Orientalism (Chapter 1 & II) Edward Said Culture & Imperialism (Chapter-I) Paper-VIII. Selections from Poetry.
Nissim Ezekiel’s Goodbye Party for Miss Pushpa T. Her Scarlet Letter as a Psychological novel 2. Pakistan Journal of American Studies Literature volumes 3.American in Novel Articles in Journals 1.American classics revisited 3. Imtiaz Dharker’s After Creation 6.Novel Hawthorn Scarlet Letter Hemingway A Farewell to Arms F.Hawthorne 20th century views 4. Daud Kamal (Selection from: A Dragonfly in the Sun) 4. Taufiq Rafat (Selection from: A Dragonfly in the Sun) 3. Jhumpa Lahiri “Inerpreter of Maladies” 2. Moin-ud-Din Daniyal In Other Room & Other Wonders Poetry: Selections form the works of: 1. Kamala Das (Selection from: Selected poems/A Doll for the Child Prostitute) 2. Drama 5. Co-relation of mysticism and Science in Whitman “Song of My self” 4.Robert Frost Cenetary essays 2. South Asian Literatures Novels: Kushwant Singh’s Train to Pakistan Amitav Gosh’s The Shadow Lines Kiran Desai’s Inheritance of Loss Bharatia Mikherje’s Jasmine Sidhwa’s Bride Kamila Shamsie’s Burnt Shadows Monica Ali’s In the Kitchen Short Stories: (2 selected stories from each writer) 1. Scott Fitzgerald The Great Gatsby Suggested Readings: 1. Moniza Alvi’s “Presents from my Aunts in Pakistan” Drama: .S & The Professor 5. Robert Frost: A Poet of Practical Problems Paper-VIII.Myth and Modern American.
Neil. Ania’s Colonialism/Postcolonialism • Lazarus. ed. Mahesh Dattani …… Final Solutions 2. London: Verso. and Helen Tiffin. The Empire Writes • Back: Theory and Practice in Post-Colonial Literatures. Polities.” October 28 (1984) 125-33 • Lomba. London: Verso. speaking positions. definition (s). of the postcolonial. The Cambridge Companion to Postcolonial Literary Studies. • Fanon’s “Wretched of the Earht”.1. London: Routledge. Postnational Feminism in Third World Women’s • Literature. limitations of the term. more specifically. together with the eventual ascent. Postcolonial Theory: Contexts. in a series of critical debates dealing with the definition/s. methodologies or epistemological grounds. over the parameters. the focus of this section would be on situating “postcolonial studies” or. Gareth Griffith. 1998 • Spivak. In Theory: Classes. In light of the suggested readings below. • Cambridge. many of the fundamental questions about the field still remain unanswered or controversial. along with the key notions and debates related to the field of Postcolonialism. Aijaz. of postcolonial studies to a paradigmatic status on contemporary intellectual scene in recent years. Gayatri Chakravory’s “Can the Subaltern Speak” • Homi Bhaba’s “Of Mimicy and Man: The Ambivalence of Colonial Discourse. Literatures. Postcolonial Studies Section I: Theorizing Postcolonialism: Inspite of the expansion. 1997 • Ahmad. 1998 • Ahmad. Hena Zafar. Practices. etc. 1989 • Key Concepts in Post-Colonial Studies. Tariq Ali …… The Fox and the Leopard Paper-IX. London: Routledge. Biswas Section III: Rewriting the canon or counter discourse: • Coetzee’s Waiting for Barbarians • Jean Rhy’s “Wide Sargasso Sea” Linguistics creativity: • Roy’s The God of Small Things Immigration and Race Politics . Boston: University of Massachusetts P. Bart. 1992 Section II: Postcolonial Fictions Reading the Imperial Canon • Conrad’s Heart of Darkness Perceiving & mapping the colonial contact + independence: • Achebe’s Things Fall Apart • Naipul’s The House for Mr. William D. There have been theoretical debates. 2004 • Moore-Gilbert. “postcolonial theory”. eds. the locality. UK: Cambridge UP. Nations. • Said’s “Culture & Imperialism” (chapter 1-3) • Ashcroft.
and pragmatics.M.• Kureshi’s The Black Album Neocolonialism • Mohsin Hamid’s Reluctant Fundamentalist Paper-X. syntax. A compulsory question will be set based on the textual analysis of the prescribed novels. Novel This course is designed to include major novelists of the Classical. the core components of linguistics will be introduced—phonolog. Classical and Romantic Fielding Joseph Andrews Jane Austen Pride and Prejudice Victorian George Eliot The Mill on the Floss Thomas Hardy Return of the Native Modern E. the major novelists of English literature are covered under three ages. semantics. Human Communication Section-II Levels of Linguistic Analysis Morphology Syntax . each with its own distinct style. Students will be able to Understanding how language is structured and need Recognize some essential aspects of selected linguistics theories Recognize the essential theoretical aspects of certain sub-fields of linguistics Outline the role of certain linguistics sub-fields in everyday life Section-I Historical Perspective Theoretical and General Linguistics Linguistics VS Traditional Grammar Branches of Linguistics Sociolinguistics Psycholinguistics Applied Linguistics Animal Vs. morphology. thus exposing the students to a range of texts and styles beginning with the Picaresque novel of Fielding and moving on to Woolf’s technique of the Stream of Consciousness. discourse. Victorian and Modern Age. Tracing the origin and development of the genre in the eighteenth century. Theoretical and applied issues will be discussed through the analysis of fragments of language in class. Forster A Passage to India Virginia Woolf To the Lighthouse Paper-XI. After a brief history of the gield and a general introduction into the area of language systems and theories. Linguistics Course Objectives This course provides a general introduction to linguistics.
origins. P. Cambridge University Press Crystal. Jean (2004) Teach Yourself Linguistics. D (1997) Encyclopedia of Language. Teach Yourself Crystal. D (1997) Linguistics Cambridge University Press O’Connor JD (1973) Phonology of English. Sociolinguistics & Psycholinguistics Sociolinguistics: • Sociolinguistics-definitions. P. Diphthong & Triphthongs Syllable and Stress Intonation Features of Connected Speech Phonetic Transcription Suggested Reading List & Reference Books Aitcheson. approaches • Dimensions of Variation in Language • Multilingualism • Language Identity.Semantics Discourse Pragmatics Section-III Phonetics and Phonology of English Organs of Speech Classification of consonants according to the place and manner of articulation Description and classification of English vowels. Harmondsworth Reach. (200) English Phonetics and Phonology (3rd Edn) Cambridge. Power and Politics • Language Culture and View of the World • Social Literacy • Non-native varieties of English • Endangered Languages of the World • Language Planning • Methods for studying Sociolinguistics Psycholinguistics: • Introduction to Psycholinguistics • Basic language abilities of speakers • Watson’s word association theory • Stat’s word class association theory • Skimmers’s sentence frame theory • Fries’ sentence frame theory • Chomsky’s grammar • Schema theory • Frame theory • Script theory • Chomsky’s rationalism • Language and thought • Spair-Whorf hypothesis . Cambridge University Press Ladefoged. (2001) A Course in Phonetics (4th Edn) Orlando: Horcourt College Publishers Paper-XII.
J. E. L. (1982) Psycholinguistics. M and Bates. Delhi: global vision Pub. (2002) Psychology of Language Learning. The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Language. Trudgill. USA. Cambridge: C. M. London: Routledge. London and New York: Longman Tomasello. S. New York: C.( 1992) An Introduction to Sociolinguistics. D. S. Oxford: Oxford Univ. A. 1996 Socio-linguistics. Steinberg. London: Singular Publishing Group.U Crystal. Garman. Cambridge. Group . Suzanne Romaine. (1987). R. (2001) Language Acquisition and Learnability. House. Bilingualism (2nd Ed). (1998) Language Behavior. (1998) Introduction to Language Development. London: Singular Pub. New Delhi: Sage Publication India Sharma. Peter (Ed) 1998. Code-switching in Conversation: Language Interaction and Identity. An Introduction to Sociolinguistics. P. Press. (2001) Language Development. (2003) Language Learning.U Foley.A 1983 Sociolinguistics.P. 2002. GB.A. Oxford: Basil Blackwell Hudson. Narasimhan. Bertolo. Longman. 1995. D.U Mclaughtm. Cambridge: C. R. CUP Holumes. (1990) Psycholinguistics. Oxford: Basil Blackwell. Introduction to Language and Society Wardhaugh. J and Thompson.R. 2006.P.P. R. CUP Auer.• Child Language acquisition • Second language acquisition and teaching Reading List: Huddson.
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