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Class Structure: Delhi University Master's in English Program

Weekly lectures on core concepts in literary theory.
Seminar discussions on assigned readings, including texts by Harold Bloom, Jürgen Habermas, and Roland Barthes.
Analytical workshops exploring the application of theoretical concepts to literary texts.

In-depth lectures on postcolonial literature and responses to colonialism.
Classroom discussions on representative texts like “Midnight’s Children” and “The God of Small Things.”
Group presentations on contemporary Indian literature, fostering collaborative learning.

Thematic lectures on advanced study of Shakespearean plays.
Close readings and discussions of selected plays, including “Hamlet” and “Othello.”
Interactive workshops on Elizabethan and Jacobean drama.

Comparative analysis of romantic poetry and Victorian literature.
Lectures on modernist literature and discussions on “The Waste Land.”
Research seminars exploring the socio-cultural contexts of the literature studied.

Lectures on American Romanticism and transcendentalism.
Analytical discussions on representative texts like “Moby-Dick” and “The Great Gatsby.”
Research projects exploring the themes of identity and representation in American literature.

Comparative studies of postcolonial literature and global literature.
Seminars on texts such as “Things Fall Apart” and “Wide Sargasso Sea.”
Capstone projects incorporating comparative literary analysis.

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Lectures on the study of poetry from different cultures and languages.
Practical sessions analyzing poems from the 19th and 20th centuries.
Comparative study workshops on selected poets.

In-depth discussions on drama from classical to contemporary periods.
Practical exploration of selected plays by Shakespeare and other playwrights.
Group performances and critical assessments of the plays.

Lectures on the study of fiction from various cultures and time periods.
Close readings and discussions on novels by Jane Austen, Gabriel García Márquez, and Virginia Woolf.
Group projects exploring the narrative techniques employed in fiction.

Workshops on essays and non-fictional prose.
In-depth discussions on essays by George Orwell, Joan Didion, and Arundhati Roy.
Research projects analyzing the socio-political contexts of non-fictional prose.

Lectures on linguistics, stylistics, and applied linguistics.
Practical sessions exploring linguistic theories and stylistic analysis.
Applied linguistics workshops focusing on language in real-world contexts.

Seminars on various schools of literary criticism.
In-depth discussions on contemporary literary theory.
Comparative study sessions analyzing the applications of different literary theories.

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Each semester will culminate in assessments, including examinations, research projects, and presentations, fostering a comprehensive understanding of the subjects. Classes will be conducted through a blend of lectures, seminars, workshops, and interactive discussions to ensure an enriching and participatory learning experience.

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