MEG-08 Solved Assignment 2021-2022


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MEG-08 Solved Assignment 2021-2022

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MEG-08 English Solved Assignment 2021-22

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New Literatures in English

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MA(English) MEG




2021-2022 Course: MA(English) MEG



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31st March 2022(if enrolled in the July 2021 Session) and  30th Sept 2022 (if enrolled in the January 2022 session)


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MEG-08 Solved Assignment 2021-2022

Submission: 31st March 2022(if enrolled in the July 2021 Session) and 30th Sept, 2022 (if enrolled in the January 2022 session).

 New Literatures in English

Question: -01) The colonial educational system was inadequate for the creation of a national consciousness, with regard to the Caribbean identity. Do you agree? Give reasons for your answer.

Answer: The Caribbean people are not uniform. We have diverse cultures and histories, speak a variety of languages and dialects, and enjoy a variety of foods and rhythms.Despite these distinctions, our civilizations are defined by common races and ethnic groups: Caucasians, African and East Indian ancestors, Portuguese, Syrians and Lebanese, and Chinese.Regrettably, the majority of young people emerging from this broad flow of humanity appear to show and implement ideals originating in the United States. America appears to be our modern colonizer—this time on a cultural level rather than a military or political level.

If we believe that education is the primary vehicle for socialising a population—particularly children and adolescents—then our educational institutions are failing horribly. Clearly, this implies that educators in the region must collaborate to determine how we can:

 1) develop, promote, and sustain a vision and ideologies for Caribbean people capable of coping with the imperatives of the twenty-first century and beyond;

2) ensure that these ideologies obliterate and replace American cultural imperialism—an imperialism that continues to sap our strength as a people; and

3) design educational institutions capable of sustaining these ideologies.

The following question is to be posed:

What are these specific challenges? My three years of study in the English-, French-, Spanish-, and Dutch-speaking Caribbean verifies the existence of several educational systems on these islands—all modelled after their respective metropoles.

Additionally, the problems plaguing these educational institutions all exist on a spectrum of different degrees of severity. However, my study indicates that the English-speaking Caribbean—particularly Jamaica and Trinidad—has been disproportionately impacted. The Caribbean faces a number of challenges, including deteriorating values, a dwindling work ethic, a lack of creativity and innovation, and an increasing proclivity for imported consumerism, which, when carefully examined, may help to explain the proclivity for crime among many of our young people, particularly boys. Another enduring issue, which has reached international dimensions, is the dual evil of academic underachievement in our schools and the trend toward diminishing interest in studies, which is being fueled by a new anti-intellectualism.

Unfortunately, while I have recognised these issues, I can not see any apparent answers. What I do know is that we cannot continue on our current path, both collectively and individually. Additionally, I am aware that emulating and copying what industrialised countries have done and are doing is not always the best course of action. They, too, continue to face similar difficulties. I see little use in continuing our pilgrimages to assess their progress with charter and magnet school projects. Rather than that, we must promote reforms that are consistent with the imperatives of our cultures and issues. We must begin by doing needs assessments and conducting research. We must first comprehend how we landed ourselves in this mess over the last many decades—particularly since the 1970s.

Additionally, we must do a thorough examination of the influence of our families’ dynamics, school cultures, religions, media, and artistic forms on our kids. We cannot continue to overlook the critical need for innovative leadership methods in these organisations.

Despite the Caribbean’s modest size, I am certain that we have the people resources necessary to handle our challenges. However, we must demonstrate the desire to establish educational institutions whose ultimate objective must be universal economic and social involvement.

MEG-08 Assignment Question Paper

1. The colonial educational system was inadequate for the creation of a national consciousness, with regard to the Caribbean identity. Do you agree? Give reasons for your answer.
2. What are the geographical and socio-political contexts that have shaped the literature of Australia?
3. There is a definite relationship between history and literature. Keeping this in mind analyse A Grain of Wheat as a complex portrayal of history.
4. Analyse A Dance of the Forests vis-à-vis the Nigerian independence; the relation of tradition to history; and the relation of the artist to politics.
5. Analyse Ice-Candy Man as a novel of Partition.
6. What is the significance of the title A House for Mr. Biswas? Give a detailed answer.
7. Attempt a critical analysis of the poem ‘Names’ by Derek Walcott.
8. Critically analyse the poem ‘Angel/Engine’ by Edward Brathwaite.
9. The Solid Mandala is a play of dualities. Do you agree? Give reasons for your answer.
10. Attempt a character sketch of Hagar Shipley in the novel The Stone Angel.
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