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Unit I – Chaucerian Age (1400 – 1600)

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01Chaucer’s Prologue to The Canterbury Tales14
022.1 Spenser         2.2 Faerie  Queene – Book-I       2.3 Epithalamion       2.4 Prothalamion38   43 58 82
03Wyatt’s Poems (Selections in Peacock’s English verse, Vol-I)93
04Surrey’s Poems (Selections in Peacock’s English verse, Vol-I)99
05Ballads (Peacock – Vol-II)106
066.1 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 Friendship120   124 129 131 135 138 142
07Sidney’s An Apologie for Poetrie155
08The Bible – The Book of Job183
09Marlowe’s Dr. Faustus195
10Kyd’s The Spanish Tragedy     217
11Ben Jonson’s The Alchemist243

Unit II – Jacobean Age (1600-1798)

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01John Donne’s Canonisation   The Ecstasy3   13
02John Milton’s Paradise Lost, Book-IX   Samson Agonistes20   45
03Alexander Pope’s The Rape of the Lock57
04Thomas Gray’s Poems (Peacock’s English Verse – Vol-III)80
05William Collins’s Poems (Peacock’s English Verse – Vol-III)95
06William Blake’s Poems (Peacock’s English Verse – Vol-III)103
07George Herbert’s Affliction    The Pulley113   121
08Andrew Marvell’s To His Coy Mistress124
09Samuel  Johnson’s Life of Milton132
10John Bunyan’s The Pilgrim’s Progress144
11Henry Fielding’s Tom Jones192
12John Dryden’s All for Love261
13R.B.Sheridan’s The School for Scandal272
14William Congreve’s The Way of the World298
15Oliver Goldsmith’s She Stoops to Conquer318

Unit III – Romantic Age (1798 – 1832)

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011.1                      Wordsworth03
1.2                      Immortality Ode07
1.3                      Tintern Abbey20
1.4                      Prelude, Book-I29
022.1 Coleridge69
2.2 Ode to Dejection73
2.3 Kubla Khan84
033.1 Keats88
3.2 Ode on a Grecian Urn92
3.3 Ode to Autumn96
044.1 Shelley99
4.2 Ode to the West Wind104
4.3 Adonais109
055.1 Charles Lamb138
5.2 Christ’s Hospital142
5.3 The South Sea House156
5.4 Dream children166
5.5 New Year’s Eve172
06Hazlitt’s My First Acquaintance with Poets182
07Shelley’s A Defence of Poetry205
08Wordsworth’s Preface to the Lyrical Ballads239
09Jane Austen’s Emma276
10Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights298

Unit IV – Modern Age (1832 to Present)

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01    1.1 Matthew Arnold 1.2 Dover Beach     1.3 The Scholar Gypsy03 07 16
02    Robert Browning’s Andrea Del Sarto32
03    Alfred Lord Tennyson’s Morte D’ Arthur53
04    W.B.Yeats’s Byzantium75
05    T.S. Eliot’s The Waste land84
06    G.M. Hopkins’s  The Wreck of the Deutschland120
07    7.1  Owen     7.2  W.H.Auden     7.3  Stephen Spender     The selections from the Faber Book of Modern Verse.142
08    Carlyle’s The Hero as a Man of Letters      (from “On Heroes and Hero Worship”)151
09Matthew Arnold’s The Study of Poetry179
10T.S.Eliot’s Tradition and Individual Talent203
11Dickens ‘s Great Expectations209
12     George Eliot’s Middle March236
13Thomas Hardy’s Jude the Obscure266
14Virginia Woolf ‘s To the Light House308
15Graham Greene ‘s The Power and the Glory344

Unit – V Shakespeare

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01William Shakespeare03
03The Tempest31
04Henry–IV   Part-I44
05Measure for Measure57
06Antony and Cleopatra70

Unit VI – American Literature

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01Walt Whitman’s 1.1 Out of the Cradle Endlessly Rocking03 
1.2 Passage to India15 
02Emily Dickinson’s Because I could not Stop for Death29 
03Robert Frost’s 3.1 Mending Wall33 
3.2 Birches40 
3.3 West Running Brook44 
04Sylvia Plath’s Daddy48 
05E.E.Cummings’s The Cambridge Ladies56 
06Hart Crane’s Poem: To Brooklyn Bridge61 
07Emerson’s The American Scholar69 
08Faulkner’s Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech82 
09Thoreau’s Walden87 
10James Thurber’s The Owl in the Attic106 
11Eugene O’ Neil’s The Hairy Ape109 
12Arthur Miller’s The Death of a Salesman122 
13Tennesse Williams’s A Street Car named Desire139 
14Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?155 
15Mark Twain’s The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn164 
16Melville’s Moby Dick194 
17Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea239 

Unit VII – Indian Writing in English

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01            Tagore’s Gitanjali03
02            Aurobindo’s Thought the Paraclete27
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
09            Ananda Commarasamy’s The Dance of Shiva94
10            Nehru’s An Autobiography101
11            Tagore’s Muktha Dhara113
12            Girish Karnad’s Tughlaq120
13            Gurucharan Das’s Larine Sahib139
14            Mulk Raj Anand’s Coolie151
15            Raja Rao’s Kantapura163
16            R.K.Narayan’s The English Teacher205
17            Kamala Markandaya’s A Handful of Rice253

Unit VIII – Criticism and Literary Theories

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01Literary Terms3
   03Key Texts in Literary Criticism and Theory18
   04Literary Movements27
05Modern Drama45
06Modern Fiction48
07Aristotle’s Poetics52
08Dryden’s Essay of Dramatic Poesy66
09Coleridge’s Biographia Literaria Ch.XIV and Ch.XVII82
10Keats’s Letters102
11T.S.Eliot’s The Metaphysical Poets112
12I.A.Richards’s The Four Kinds of Meaning118
13William Empson’s The Seventh Type of Ambiguity124
14Northrop Frye’s The Archetypes of Literature128
15Lionel Trilling’s The Sense of the Past144
16Cleanth Brooks’s Irony as a Principle of Structure153
17Allen Tate’s Tension in Poetry160

Unit – IX Language and Linguistics

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01The Origin of Language91
02The Place of English in the Indo-European family97
03The Characteristics of the Germanic Language102
04Old English105
05Middle English109
06Modern English113
07Standard English116
08Spelling Reforms118
09English Lexicon120
10The Foreign Influences122
11The Makers of English126
12The Growth of Vocabulary131
13The Change of Meaning139
14American English147
15Indian English150
18The Nature and Scope of Linguistics178
19Structural Linguistics191
20Immediate Constituent Analysis197
21Transformational Generative Grammar200
22Idiolect, Dialect203
23Words, Clause and Phrase205
24Sentence Pattern208
25Concord and Government209
26The Methods of Teaching210
27Linguistic Terms214

Unit X – Commonwealth Literature

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01E.J. Pratt’s The Dying Eagle03
02Judith Wright’s Fire at the Murdering Hut10
03Judith Wright’s The Cedars17
04Wole Soyinka’s The Telephone Conversation19
05Abioseh Nicol’s The Meaning of Africa26
06A.D.Hope’s Australia34
07Chinua Achebe’s The Novelist as Teacher39
08Wole Soyinka’s The Lion and the Jewel51
09Douglas Stewart’s Ned Kelly58
10Chinua Achebe’s Things Fall Apart65
11Alan Paton’s Cry, the Beloved Country87

Unit – XI Educational Psychology

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01Educational Psychology3
02Heredity and Environment5
03Growth and Development9
10Concept Formation75
16Thinking, Reasoning and Problem-Solving96
18Individual Differences109
19Mental Health112
20Guidance and Counselling115


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01Philosophy and Education03
02Indian Philosophy06
03Indian Philosophers10
04Western Philosophy17
05Western Philosophers23
06Education Commissions and Committees32
07Education in Indian Constitution43
08Illiteracy and its Eradication48
09Women’s Education and Population Education55
10Environmental Education and Health Education60
11Universalisation of Primary Education63
12Education and Employment64
13National Integration66
15State Bodies in Education74
16National Bodies in Education75
17Educational Management86
18Innovations and Education89
19Measurement and Evaluation94
20Educational Technology101

Unit XIII – General Knowledge

01History of Tamil Nadu03
02Indian History21
03Indian Constitution62
04Indian Economics93
06World Organizations129
07General Science134
09Sports and Games168
10Currrent Affairs181

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