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Tuesday, December 29, 2015

ADDITIONAL ENGLISH Group - I,University Of Pune Question Paper,2010 Question Paper,F. Y. B. A. B. Ed. Integrated Optional

University Of Pune Question Paper
F. Y. B. A. B. Ed. (Integrated) (Optional) Examination - 2010
PAPER - III
ADDITIONAL ENGLISH
(Group - I)
(2008 Pattern)
Time : 3 Hours] [Max. Marks : 100
Q.1) (A) Answer the following in about 20 words each :
(Any Five) [10]
(a) What is Poetry ?
(b) What is the Lyric ?
(c) Define the Sonnet.
(d) What is an Elegy ?
(e) What do you mean by One-Act-Play ?
(f) What are the Elements of Short Story ?
(g) What is an Essay ?
(h) What are the two types of Ode ?
(B) Identify and explain briefly the literary devices used in the
following lines : (Any Five) [10]
(a) Love alters not with his brief hours and weeks.
(b) They flash upon that inward eye.
(c) The woods are lovely, dark and deep.
(d) Thank God the scorpian picked on me.
(e) Hard on the mouthpiece. What’s that ? Conceding.
(f) My love is like a red, red rose.
(g) I wandered lonely as a cloud.
(C) Refer briefly to the context and explain fully any two of the
following : [10]
(a) Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness,
Close bosom-friend of the maturing Sun;
Conspiring with him how to load and bless.
With fruit the vines thod round the thatch-evaves run.
(b) But I have promises to keep,
And miles to go before I sleep,
And miles to go before I sleep.
(c) O what is that light I see flashing so clear
Over the distance brightly, brightly ?
Only the sun on their weapons, dear,
As they step lightly.
(d) May the sins of your previous birth
be burned away tonight, they said
Q.2) Answer the following in about 150 words : (Any One) [10]
(a) Consider the poem, ‘Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening’
is as a symbolic lyric.
(b) Discuss theme of Wole Soyinka’s ‘Telephone Conversation’.
(c) Describe spectacular sight of the Daffodils as seen by William
Wordsworth.
Q.3) Answer the following in about 150 words each : (Any Three) [30]
(a) Give character of the greedy old woman in short story ‘The
Greedy Woman and the Lime Tree’.
(b) Examine, ‘The Golden Touch’ as a fairytale.
(c) Show how ‘The Diamond Necklace’ is a character dominating
story.
(d) Give character sketch of Kezia.
(e) Consider ‘The eyes have it’ as a story of a blindman.
Q.4) (A) Answer the following in about 200 words : (Any One) [15]
(a) Comment on Stephen Leacock’s humour in ‘My Financial
Career’.
(b) Give an account of the struggle between the conductor and
the passengers in ‘All about a dog’.
(c) What examples of forgetfulness does the author discuss
in ‘On Forgetting’ ?
(B) Answer the following in about 200 words : (Any One) [15]
(a) Consider ‘The dear departed’, as a light satire on the
selfishness inherent in human nature.
(b) Write a note on the Suspense and Surprise in One-ActPlay
‘The Professor’.
(c) Explain moral significance of the story, ‘The Monkey’s
Paw’.

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