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MEG-03 Solved Assignment 2021 

Title Name

MEG-03 English Solved Assignment 2020-21

Subject Name

British Novel

No.of Pages in Solution

14

Course

MA(English) MEG

Language

ENGLISH

Semester

2020-2021 Course: MA(English) MEG

Session

2020-21

Submission Date

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-03 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 Novel

Question 1: Do you think Fielding attempts to correct distortions in human behaviour through the moral view point of Tom Jones?

Answer:

Fielding began writing Tom Jones in 1746. It was an enormously ambitious novel that outraged many readers with its attempt to represent the intricacies of actual life, but eventually thrilled generations of readers with its impact and expansive plot. Fielding’s personal life had an impact on the book’s development. He was profoundly devastated by the death of his wife Charlotte Cradock in 1744, as evidenced by his statement that Sophia Western is based on her.

The narrator makes wistful remarks about immortalising the artist and his muse, and Sophia’s gentility and resolution make her a suitable tribute to Charlotte. Fielding married Mary Daniel, the maid of his former wife, in 1748, about a year after completing the work. Fielding was pregnant with her, and despite rumour and social condemnation, he stood firmly by his new wife. Later in the storey, Nightingale and Nancy Miller’s beautiful marriage includes characteristics of this blissful union.

Tom Jones, like its eponymous hero, met with widespread criticism upon its initial release. Fielding’s study of a new kind of writing and amusement was derided as corrupt and harsh, despite the fact that his objective was obviously to provide qualities for the reader to investigate and remark on, rather than to protest against its defects.The novel’s central character and protagonist is, of course, Tom Jones, the foundling; he is masculine and an excellent athlete. He first endears himself to Squire Western due to his sportsmanlike traits. Squire Western adored the small child and hoped he had a son with the same intellect. Tom’s most heroic quality is his brave, magnificent spirit, and his affable demeanour.

He has an animal spirit, yet his manners are never impure. Although Tom Jones’ ethical practises are occasionally imprudent, he is never vindictive or hypocritical. Tom’s altruism, his desire to alleviate others’ suffering, his good humour and levity all contribute to his heroism.Tom’s demeanour, his heart and soul characteristics, endear him to Allworthy, who regards him as his own son. He simply desired—as do we—that Tom possessed a modicum of wisdom or caution as a defence for his numerous shades of goodness. Tom Jones stands in stark contrast to Blifil, Squire Allworthy’s nephew and Tom’s adversary, who is cruel and vicious, and whose thinking has never been swayed by pity. Due to the fact that Blifil is deceptive, egotistical, two-faced, covetous, and ambitious despite his outward piety, he acts as a counterpoint for Tom, as he attempts to obtain Sophia for fortune but is denied of both.On the other side, Tom Jones attains satisfaction and is purified via his marriage to Sophia, the personification of virtue.

MEG-03 Assignment Question Paper

1. Do you think Fielding attempts to correct distortions in human behavior through the moral view point of Tom Jones?
2. Examine the various narrative techniques in Wuthering Heights critically.
3. What is your understanding of the Pip – Estella relationship in the Great Expectations? Illustrate with examples.
4. How are the issues of race and imperialism woven into the narrative of the Heart of Darkness?
5. How does Muriel Spark handle time in The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie?
 
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