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Model Question paper for B.A English – May 2012 :
Subject Name : The Elizabethan Age
May : 2012
Time : 3.00 Hrs
Marks : 100

Answer any FIVE of the following questions in about 30 words each, choosing not more than Two from each Group :
GROUP – A :
(a) The kingdom of heaven is compared, not to any great Kernel or nut, but to a grain of mustard seed, Which is one of least grains; but hath in it a property and spirit hastily to get up and spread.
Fix the context and explain the meaning of the passage.
(b) The referring of all to a man’s self is more tolerable in a sovereign prince, because themselves are not only themselves, but their good and evil is at the peril of the public fortune.
Fix the context and explain these words.
(c) It was a high speech of Seneca (after the manner of the stoic), that the good things which belong to prosperity are to be wished; but the good things that belong to adversity are to be admired.
Fix the context and bring out the significance of the passage.

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GROUP – B :
(d) Nor shall death brag thou wand’rest in his shade, when in eternal lines to time thou growst.
Fix the context and explain the meaning of these lines.
(e) When that I think what grief it is again To live and lack the thing should rid.
Fix the context and explain the significance of these words.
(f) Thy Shepherd Swains shall danced and sing For thus delight each may-morning.
Fix the context and explain the implication of the passage

GROUP – C :
(g) Fair Nature’s eye, rise, rise again and make perpetual day; or let his hour be but a year, a month, a week, a natural day, That Faustus may repent and save his soul!
Fix the context and bring out the significance of these lines.
(h) Tush, christ did call the thief upon the cross; Then rest thee, Faustus, quiet in conceit.
Fix the context and explain the meaning of the passage.
(i) Ah; my God, I would weep! but the devil draws in my tears. Gush forth blood instead of tears Yea, life and soul!
Fix the context and explain the implication of the passage.

Write short notes on any FIVE of the following questions in about 100 words each, choosing atleast TWO from each group :
GROUP – A :
(a) Summarize the views of Bacon in his essay of Youth and Age.
(b) Describe the trial and sufferings of Job.
(c) Comment on the main purpose of The Book of Job.
(d) What fervent appeal does Donne make to God in the sonnet ‘Batter my Heart’?

GROUP – B :
(e) Comment on the procession of the seven Deadly sins in the play Doctor Faustus.
(f) Trace the last days of Faustus.
(g) Discuss the role of Stephen in the play Every man in His Humour.
(h) Write a brief note on Ben Jonson observance of the unities in Every man in His Humour.

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