UGC-CBCS English Literature Core Course Poems Analyzed (2018 onwards)

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UGC-CBCS English Literature Core Course Poems Analysed

Indian Writing in English (Sem-II)

  1. Kamala Das – Introduction
  2. Robin S. Ngangom – The Strange Affair of Robin S. Ngangom (still analyzing)
  3. Robin S. Ngangom – A Poem for Mother (still analyzing)
  4. Nissim Ezekiel – Enterprise
  5. Toru Dutt – Our Casurina Tree
  6. Arun Kolatkar – The Bus
  7. Jayanta Mahapatra – Dawn at Puri

British Poetry: 14th – 17th Centuries (Sem-II)

  1. Geoffrey Chaucer – Wife of Bath (still analyzing)
  2. Geoffrey Chaucer – The Prologue to the Canterbury Tales (still analyzing)
  3. Edmund Spenser – Sonnet LXXV. “One day I wrote her name…”
  4. Johne Donne – The Sunne Rising
  5. Johne Donne – Valediction Forbidding Mourning

American Literature (Sem-III)

  1. Anne Bradstreet – The Prologue
  2. Walt Whitman Passage to India lI. 1-68
  3. Adrienne Rich – Power
  4. Allen Ginsberg – An Eastern Ballad

British Literature: 18th Century (Sem-IV)

  1. Samuel Johnson- London (still analyzing)
  2. Thomas Gray –  Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard

British Romantic Literature (Sem-IV)

  1. William Blake – The Lamb
  2. William Blake – The Chimney Sweeper
  3. William Blake – The Tyger
  4. William Blake – The Introduction to The Songs of Innocence (still analyzing)
  5. Robert Burns – A Bard’s Epitaph (still analyzing)
  6. Robert Burns – Scots Wha Hae
  7. Samuel Taylor Coleridge – Kubla Khan
  8. Samuel Taylor Coleridge – Dejection: An Ode
  9. John Keats – Ode to a Nightingale
  10. John Keats – Bright star
  11. John Keats – To Autumn
  12. Percy Bysshe Shelley – Ode to the West Wind
  13. William Wordsworth – Tintern Abbey
  14. George Gordon Byron – Canto IV Verses 178-86 Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage. ll. 1594-1674 (still analyzing)

British Literature: 19th Century (Sem-IV)

  1. Alfred Lord Tennyson – Ulysses
  2. Robert Browning – My Last Duchess
  3. Christina Rossetti – Goblin Market (1st Stanza) ll.1-31

Women’s Writing (Sem-V)

  1. Emily Dickinson – I Cannot Live With You
  2. Emily Dickinson – I’m ‘wife’ – I’ve finished that
  3. Sylvia Plath – Daddy
  4. Sylvia Plath – Lady Lazarus
  5. Maya Angelou – Caged Bird

British Literature: The Early 20th Century (Sem-V)

  1. William Butler Yeats – Byzantium
  2. William Butler Yeats – Sailing to Byzantium
  3. T.S. Eliot – The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock
  4. T.S. Eliot – Preludes
  5. T.S. Eliot – The Hollow Men
  6. W.H. Auden – The Unknown Citizen

Postcolonial Literature (Sem-VI)

  1. Pablo Neruda – Tonight I Can Write
  2. Pablo Neruda – The Way Spain Was
  3. Derek Walcott – A Far Cry from Africa
  4. Derek Walcott – Names
  5. David Malouf – Revolving Days
  6. David Malouf – Wild Lemons (still analyzing)
  7. Mamang Dai – Small Towns and the River (still analyzing)
  8. Mamang Dai – The Voice of the Mountain (still analyzing)
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