MEG-09 Solved Assignment 2021


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MEG-09 Solved Assignment 2021 

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MEG-09 English Solved Assignment 2020-21

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Australian Literature

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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-09 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).

Australian Literature

Question 1:What were the different oral traditions that formed the beginnings of Australian Literature? Illustrate with examples.


Australian literature encompasses a wide range of genres, including early versions and English translations of indigenous storytelling. This literature encapsulates the Australian people’s mutual development up to the point of its demise (Grishaeva, 2018). Oral traditions include oral songs such as prison ballads and bush songs. Short stories, such as those penned by Henry Laws and Barbara Blayton, are another oral tradition.The short tale is a form of poetry, as evidenced by Judith Wright’s depictions of colonial people. Other oral traditions in Australian culture include the usage of folktales, diaries, journals, and ballads, which demonstrate how Australian literature came to be written.Perhaps more than any other country’s literature, Australia’s is defined by the expression of communal ideals. Even though the literature is concerned with an individual’s experiences, such experiences are almost always classified as common, typical, or representative. On the overall, it tries to symbolise integration rather than dissolution.

Individual heroism is not regarded as admirable unless it is accompanied by dogged endurance in the face of inevitability. Although it may indicate a strong sarcastic condemnation of collective mindlessness, it is the mindlessness that is criticised, not the uniformity.Australian history and literature do illuminate the numerous strains that shaped the Australian country. These include the tensions between the old country of England, the metropolitan colonial heart, and the new country of Australia on the British Empire’s antipodean margins; the tensions between settlers and indigenous Aborigines; the tensions between early waves of settlers and more recent immigrants; and the tensions between the old language, images, and literary forms of British literature.

All of these tensions contributed to the development of the themes and forms of Australian literature. As was the case in most of the rest of the English-speaking world, poetry was more popular in the first half of the twentieth century in Australia, while the novel gained importance in the second. A.D. Hope and Judith Wright are classic characters from the golden age of Australian poetry.

Patrick White, Australia’s Nobel laureate, is arguably the most well-known and taught author in the country. Their literature began to veer away from both a slavish copy of European styles and a concentration on the Bush’s people and customs. Cities in contemporary Australia began to feature more prominently in their work. As the face of the Australian country started to change, so did its literature.

Writers such as Kath Walker, Mudrooroo, Kevin Gilbert, and Sally Morgan have brought Aboriginal peoples’ poetry, theatre, and storytelling to the forefront. Additionally, there has been a tendency toward memoirs, biographies, and life tales gaining popularity. Political multiculturalism is mirrored in the many viewpoints heard in the world of Australian literature. Today, more women, Aboriginal people, and immigrants are contributing their voices to the fascinating confluence that is Australian literature.

MEG-09 Assignment Question Paper

1. What were the different oral traditions that formed the beginnings of Australian Literature? Illustrate with examples. 
2. Would it be correct to call Ada Cambridge a feminist poet? Illustrate your answer with examples from her poems.
3. What were the major literary trends during the 20th century? Illustrate.
4. What are the significant themes of the early Australian poets?
5. Discuss the dramatic technique in The Removalists.
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