MEG-01 Solved Assignment 2021


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MEG-01 Solved Assignment 2021 

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MEG-01 English Solved Assignment 2020-21

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British Poetry

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MA(English) MEG




2020-2021 Course: MA(English) MEG



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31st March 2021(if enrolled in the July 2020 Session) and  30th Sept 2021 (if enrolled in the January 2021 session)


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MEG-01 Solved Assignment 2021

Submission: 31st March 2021(if enrolled in the July 2020 Session) and 30th Sept, 2021 (if enrolled in the January 2021 session).

British Poetry

Question 1: – Locate Chaucer’s Prologue to the Canterbury Tales within his vast writing career, as a social commentary of the age.

Answer: –

The Canterbury Tales Prolog is intended to establish physical circumstances and so promote a journey to Canterbury as a social reflection on age. Chaucer’s initial idea, in which each pilgrim would tell two stories on the way back to Canterbury and two more on the way back, was never implemented. The prologue features English-language profiles of individuals from a variety of backgrounds. The arrangement of the pictures is crucial because it gives information about the social standing of the various occupations.The social hierarchy is dominated by the aristocracy or aspirant nobility.

The Knight and his household, as well as the Squire, are included in this category. The Prioress, the Monk, and therefore the Friar, who fell under this group yet was ironically put among the aristocracy as a holy beggar. Only the Knight and his son, the Squire, are likely to refer to these pilgrims as real aristocrats, both internally and outwardly. The pilgrims are mostly derived from Chaucer’s lengthy writing career’s economic success with the Canterbury Tales prologue.The merchant, who amassed wealth by abusing the law to acquire property for virtually nothing; the priest, whose pleasant demeanour and wide knowledge of books endeared him to that group of travellers; and so the Franklin, who amassed enough money to acquire property for illegal items.Chaucer’s style is characterised by clarity of language, joyful originality, and simplicity devoid of ambiguity and straightforward philosophical maxims. Almost all of his characters are described in colloquial language that is easily understood by the average person.

For instance, Chaucer states that a knight was as meeke as a girl, and a Prioress did not let a morsel fall from his Lippe’s. Throughout the Prologue, he employs appropriate similes and metaphors. Second, his style is neither stuffy or condensed. His approach is more refined and geared for academics as well as laypeople. This is why The Prologue has been so well-received by men of all levels of comprehension.The tone is witty and sarcastic.His style is not as sharp as that of Juvenal or Swift; he does critique society, indeed, his Prologue is a criticism of life in the manner in which literature should be, but he does so with a grin and employs irony rather than sarcasm to target society’s faults.

Chaucer begins his portrayal of his characters with their good characteristics and quickly moves on to their negative ones in order to surprise the reader. The Squire, Prioress, and Wife of Bath are all wonderful characters in the first few lines; nevertheless, it is only after a few words that we learn their true nature. Fifthly, his style is understated. He does not demonstrate his work via his fashion sense. We only see the image of society, not the technology used to draw it. Thus, Chaucer believes in Swift’s assertion that true art is found in the concealing of art.

The transitional British culture fueled the Englishman’s inherent love of travel, fresh air, pleasant company, gossip, tale telling, and music. All of them he attempted to express through the pilgrimages he conducted. According to him, pilgrims had a same desire but not a common goal. The trip was largely a holiday outing with a carnival atmosphere. These pilgrims were a diverse mix of men and women from various social levels and occupations.

Maintaining a strict division between classes has become obsolete. Prologue’s huge canvas shows a developing societal structure. Priest and layman, poet and lawyer, scholar and artisan may coexist on near-equal footing. It would be rather simple to rebuild the forms and values of social life from a close reading of the general prologue to the Canterbury Tales. Chaucer does not omit any element of attire or character in this prologue that might lend credence to the narrative narrated.

MEG-01 Assignment Question Paper

1. Locate Chaucer’s Prologue to the Canterbury Tales within his vast writing career, as a social commentary of the age.
2. What do you understand by the term renaissance? Examine Spenser’s Prothalamion as an example of both renaissance writing as well as a nuptial song.
3. Examine any one poem by Donne or Herbert or Marvel as an example of metaphysical poetry.
4. Critically examine Blake’s Songs of Innocence and Songs of Experience as precursors of the Romantic Age.
5. Who were the Pre- Raphaelites? Critically appreciate any one poem of this age/movement and highlight the characteristics of the movement.
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