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MATERIALS OVERVIEW

Unit I – Chaucerian Age (1400 – 1600)

S. No Title P. No
Poetry
01 Chaucer’s Prologue to The Canterbury Tales 14
02 2.1 Spenser

 

      2.2 Faerie  Queene – Book-I

      2.3 Epithalamion

      2.4 Prothalamion

38

 

43

58

82

03 Wyatt’s Poems (Selections in Peacock’s English verse, Vol-I) 93
04 Surrey’s Poems (Selections in Peacock’s English verse, Vol-I) 99
05 Ballads (Peacock – Vol-II) 106
Prose
06 6.1 Sir Francis Bacon

 

6.2 Of Truth

6.3 Of Adversity

6.4 Of Studies

6.5 Of Revenge

6.6 Of Ambition

6.7 Of Friendship

120

 

124

129

131

135

138

142

07 Sidney’s An Apologie for Poetrie 155
08 The Bible – The Book of Job 183
Drama
09 Marlowe’s Dr. Faustus 195
10 Kyd’s The Spanish Tragedy      217
11 Ben Jonson’s The Alchemist 243

Unit II – Jacobean Age (1600-1798)

S. No Title P. No
Poetry
01 John Donne’s Canonisation

 

The Ecstasy

3

 

13

02 John Milton’s Paradise Lost, Book-IX

 

Samson Agonistes

20

 

45

03 Alexander Pope’s The Rape of the Lock 57
04 Thomas Gray’s Poems (Peacock’s English Verse – Vol-III) 80
05 William Collins’s Poems (Peacock’s English Verse – Vol-III) 95
06 William Blake’s Poems (Peacock’s English Verse – Vol-III) 103
07 George Herbert’s Affliction 

 

The Pulley

113

 

121

08 Andrew Marvell’s To His Coy Mistress 124
Prose
09 Samuel  Johnson’s Life of Milton 132
10 John Bunyan’s The Pilgrim’s Progress 144
11 Henry Fielding’s Tom Jones 192
Drama
12 John Dryden’s All for Love 261
13 R.B.Sheridan’s The School for Scandal 272
14 William Congreve’s The Way of the World 298
15 Oliver Goldsmith’s She Stoops to Conquer 318

 

Unit III – Romantic Age (1798 – 1832)

S. No Title P. No
Poetry
01 1.1                      Wordsworth 03
1.2                      Immortality Ode 07
1.3                      Tintern Abbey 20
1.4                      Prelude, Book-I 29
02 2.1 Coleridge 69
2.2 Ode to Dejection 73
2.3 Kubla Khan 84
03 3.1 Keats 88
3.2 Ode on a Grecian Urn 92
3.3 Ode to Autumn 96
04 4.1 Shelley 99
4.2 Ode to the West Wind 104
4.3 Adonais 109
Prose
05 5.1 Charles Lamb 138
5.2 Christ’s Hospital 142
5.3 The South Sea House 156
5.4 Dream children 166
5.5 New Year’s Eve 172
06 Hazlitt’s My First Acquaintance with Poets 182
07 Shelley’s A Defence of Poetry 205
08 Wordsworth’s Preface to the Lyrical Ballads 239
Novel
09 Jane Austen’s Emma 276
10 Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights 298

Unit IV – Modern Age (1832 to Present)

S. No

Title

P. No

Poetry

01

    1.1 Matthew Arnold

    1.2 Dover Beach

    1.3 The Scholar Gypsy

03

07

16

02

    Robert Browning’s Andrea Del Sarto

32

03

    Alfred Lord Tennyson’s Morte D’ Arthur

53

04

    W.B.Yeats’s Byzantium

75

05

    T.S. Eliot’s The Waste land

84

06

    G.M. Hopkins’s  The Wreck of the Deutschland

120

07

    7.1  Owen

    7.2  W.H.Auden

    7.3  Stephen Spender

    The selections from the Faber Book of Modern Verse.

142

Prose

08

    Carlyle’s The Hero as a Man of Letters

     (from “On Heroes and Hero Worship”)

151

09

Matthew Arnold’s The Study of Poetry

179

10

T.S.Eliot’s Tradition and Individual Talent

203

Novel

11

Dickens ‘s Great Expectations

209

12

     George Eliot’s Middle March

236

13

Thomas Hardy’s Jude the Obscure

266

14

Virginia Woolf ‘s To the Light House

308

15

Graham Greene ‘s The Power and the Glory

344

Unit – V Shakespeare

S. No

Title

P. No

01

William Shakespeare

03

02

Macbeth

15

03

The Tempest

31

04

Henry–IV   Part-I

44

05

Measure for Measure

57

06

Antony and Cleopatra

70

 

Unit VI – American Literature

S. No

Title

P. No

Poetry

01

Walt Whitman’s

1.1 Out of the Cradle Endlessly Rocking

03

 

1.2 Passage to India

15

 

02

Emily Dickinson’s Because I could not Stop for Death

29

 

03

Robert Frost’s

3.1 Mending Wall

33

 

3.2 Birches

40

 

3.3 West Running Brook

44

 

04

Sylvia Plath’s Daddy

48

 

05

E.E.Cummings’s The Cambridge Ladies

56

 

06

Hart Crane’s Poem: To Brooklyn Bridge

61

 

Prose

07

Emerson’s The American Scholar

69

 

08

Faulkner’s Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech

82

 

09

Thoreau’s Walden

87

 

10

James Thurber’s The Owl in the Attic

106

 

Drama

11

Eugene O’ Neil’s The Hairy Ape

109

 

12

Arthur Miller’s The Death of a Salesman

122

 

13

Tennesse Williams’s A Street Car named Desire

139

 

14

Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

155

 

Novel

15

Mark Twain’s The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

164

 

16

Melville’s Moby Dick

194

 

17

Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea

239

 

Unit VII – Indian Writing in English

S.No

Title

P. No

Poetry

01

            Tagore’s Gitanjali

03

02

            Aurobindo’s Thought the Paraclete

27

03

            Sarojini Naidu’s Poems

                        (from the Golden Treasury of Indian Poetry)

31

04

            Toru Dutt’s Poems

                        (from the Golden Treasury of Indian Poetry)

45

05

            A.K.Ramanujam’s Poems

                        (from “Ten Twentieth Century Indian Poets”

53

06

            R. Parthasarathy’s Poems

                        (from “Ten Twentieth Century Indian Poets”)

63

07

            Kamala Das’s Poems

                        (from “Ten Twentieth Century Indian Poets”)

72

08

            Nissim Ezekiel’s Poems

                        (from “Ten Twentieth Century Indian Poets”)

80

Prose

09

            Ananda Commarasamy’s The Dance of Shiva

94

10

            Nehru’s An Autobiography

101

Drama

11

            Tagore’s Muktha Dhara

113

12

            Girish Karnad’s Tughlaq

120

13

            Gurucharan Das’s Larine Sahib

139

Novel

14

            Mulk Raj Anand’s Coolie

151

15

            Raja Rao’s Kantapura

163

16

            R.K.Narayan’s The English Teacher

205

17

            Kamala Markandaya’s A Handful of Rice

253

 

Unit VIII – Criticism and Literary Theories

S. No

Title

P. No

01

Literary Terms

3

02

Quotes

13

   03

Key Texts in Literary Criticism and Theory

18

   04

Literary Movements

27

05

Modern Drama

45

06

Modern Fiction

48

07

Aristotle’s Poetics

52

08

Dryden’s Essay of Dramatic Poesy

66

09

Coleridge’s Biographia Literaria Ch.XIV and Ch.XVII

82

10

Keats’s Letters

102

11

T.S.Eliot’s The Metaphysical Poets

112

12

I.A.Richards’s The Four Kinds of Meaning

118

13

William Empson’s The Seventh Type of Ambiguity

124

14

Northrop Frye’s The Archetypes of Literature

128

15

Lionel Trilling’s The Sense of the Past

144

16

Cleanth Brooks’s Irony as a Principle of Structure

153

17

Allen Tate’s Tension in Poetry

160

Unit – IX Language and Linguistics

S. No

Title

P. No

Language

01

The Origin of Language

91

02

The Place of English in the Indo-European family

97

03

The Characteristics of the Germanic Language

102

04

Old English

105

05

Middle English

109

06

Modern English

113

07

Standard English

116

08

Spelling Reforms

118

09

English Lexicon

120

10

The Foreign Influences

122

11

The Makers of English

126

12

The Growth of Vocabulary

131

13

The Change of Meaning

139

14

American English

147

15

Indian English

150

Linguistics

16

Morphology

151

17

Phonology

159

18

The Nature and Scope of Linguistics

178

19

Structural Linguistics

191

20

Immediate Constituent Analysis

197

21

Transformational Generative Grammar

200

22

Idiolect, Dialect

203

23

Words, Clause and Phrase

205

24

Sentence Pattern

208

25

Concord and Government

209

26

The Methods of Teaching

210

27

Linguistic Terms

214

Unit X – Commonwealth Literature

 

S.No

Title

P. No

Poetry

01

E.J. Pratt’s The Dying Eagle

03

02

Judith Wright’s Fire at the Murdering Hut

10

03

Judith Wright’s The Cedars

17

04

Wole Soyinka’s The Telephone Conversation

19

05

Abioseh Nicol’s The Meaning of Africa

26

06

A.D.Hope’s Australia

34

Prose

07

Chinua Achebe’s The Novelist as Teacher

39

Drama

08

Wole Soyinka’s The Lion and the Jewel

51

09

Douglas Stewart’s Ned Kelly

58

Novel

10

Chinua Achebe’s Things Fall Apart

65

11

Alan Paton’s Cry, the Beloved Country

87

 

Unit – XI Educational Psychology

 

S. No

Title

P. No

01

Educational Psychology

3

02

Heredity and Environment

5

03

Growth and Development

9

04

Learning

30

05

Memory

58

06

Forgetting

62

07

Motivation

64

08

Attention

69

09

Perception

72

10

Concept Formation

75

11

Interest

78

12

Aptitude

80

13

Attitude

82

14

Intelligence

84

15

Creativity

94

16

Thinking, Reasoning and Problem-Solving

96

17

Personality

99

18

Individual Differences

109

19

Mental Health

112

20

Guidance and Counselling

115

Unit XII EDUCATION

S. No

Title

P. No

01

Philosophy and Education

03

02

Indian Philosophy

06

03

Indian Philosophers

10

04

Western Philosophy

17

05

Western Philosophers

23

06

Education Commissions and Committees

32

07

Education in Indian Constitution

43

08

Illiteracy and its Eradication

48

09

Women’s Education and Population Education

55

10

Environmental Education and Health Education

60

11

Universalisation of Primary Education

63

12

Education and Employment

64

13

National Integration

66

14

UNESCO

70

15

State Bodies in Education

74

16

National Bodies in Education

75

17

Educational Management

86

18

Innovations and Education

89

19

Measurement and Evaluation

94

20

Educational Technology

101

 

Unit XIII – General Knowledge

     

S.No

Title

P.No

01

History of Tamil Nadu

03

02

Indian History

21

03

Indian Constitution

62

04

Indian Economics

93

05

Geography

114

06

World Organizations

129

07

General Science

134

08

Personalities

150

09

Sports and Games

168

10

Currrent Affairs

181

 

  • The following candidates were appointed as PG ASSISTANTs on 09.02.2020. Congratulations to all  
 
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2 19PG023900953 E. NITHYA 84 Govt Model School,  Sithal
3 19PG022550778 V.KOTHANDAN 84 GBHSS, K V Kuppam
4 19PG021350868 D.BABY PRIYA 83 GHSS, Senjerimalaiyadipalayam
5 19PG021601490 N.VASUKI 83 GHSS, Kembanaikam Palayam
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8 19PG023900880 S.SATHYA 80 GHSS, Mangalur
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10 19PG021605742 C.GOPINATH 78 GHSS, Poonimangudu