CU UG English (HONS) DSE (2018 onwards)

Here at PoemAnalysis.com, we have the largest database of poetry analysis online and that is a fact! For those that are studying UG English Honours in Calcutta University (CU), here is a list of the Discipline Specific Elective (DSE) course poems from their CBCS syllabus analyzed. This includes both higher level and ordinary level analysis from their syllabus. Therefore, please feel free to skip to the poem most relevant to you. If you want a poem to be analyzed that you cannot find on the site too, please feel free to contact us.

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CU UG English (HONS) DSE

Modern Indian Writing in English Translation (DSE-A1)

  1. Rabindranath Tagore – ‘Light, oh where is the light?’ (Gitanjali XXVII) (still analyzing)
  2. Rabindranath Tagore – ‘When my play was with thee’ (Gitanjali XCVII) (still analyzing)
  3. G.M. Muktibodh – ‘The Void’
  4. Amrita Pritam – ‘I say unto Waris Shah’

Partition Literature (DSE-A3)

  1. Sahir Ludhianvi – ’26 January
  2. Birendra Chattopadhyay – ‘After Death: Twenty Years’ (still analyzing)
  3. Sankha Ghosh – ‘Rehabilitation’ (still analyzing)

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A complete expert on poetry, Sudip graduated with a first-class B.A. Honors Degree in English Literature. He has a passion for analyzing poetic works with a particular emphasis on literary devices and scansion.
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