MEG-13 Solved Assignment 2021


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MEG-13 Solved Assignment 2021 

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MEG-13 English Solved Assignment 2020-21

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Writings from Margins

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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-13 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).


Writings from Margins

Question 1: Write short notes on —

  1. a) Aspects of Autobiography in Dalit Writing

Answer: Autobiographies are a literary genre in which personal stories of one’s life are made public. They inspire people to connect their own feelings and situations to the autobiography writer’s experienced reality. Autobiographies serve a variety of purposes at various points in time, and if Dalit writers’ autobiographies are referred to as narratives of suffering, they include certain historical truths.

In Marathi, it has been created by an entire generation of dalit authors as a storey of resistance against caste oppression. Numerous memoirs have been published in Hindi to illustrate the subhuman living conditions of dalits. Prakash Om Mohandas Namisray, Valmiki Joothan The autobiographies Apne-Apne Pinjarey and Surajpal Chouhan’s Tiriskrat are significant. Although Sarankumar Limbaley Akkarmasi and Daya Pawar Baluta were originally written in Marathi, they have been translated into nearly every language.One of the most remarkable characteristics of these texts is their strident social critique of varn vyavastha, which declared dalits to be the most inferior and untouchable segment of society. In this important battle to eradicate this evil that is a stain on mankind, memoirs serve as a moral compass for the dalit cause.

They exposed the agony and suffering endured by dalits as a result of tradition’s rigidity. All of these autobiography writers live in cities, and their autobiographies frequently return to the countryside where they spent their childhoods experiencing the terrible realities of untouchability.


  1. b) Significance of Tribal Discourse

India offers a plethora of distinct tribal cultures. Not only are the numerous tribal tribes dispersed throughout India, they also reflect a range of ethnic and linguistic stock and economic and technical development levels. While several changes have occurred among them as a result of the spread of education and other development programmes initiated by the independent India’s government, the majority of these groups remain relatively backward and receive special attention from the government and other social reform agencies.

These tribal tribes, referred to as Vanvasis, Adivasis, and Janjatis, are officially indigenous. They are classified as ‘primitive cultures’ by anthropologists. These communities differ in terms of attire, customs, traditions, worldview, religion, and social structure from one another and from non-tribal people.

Contact with non-Indians early in life led in the blossoming of some American Indian civilizations and the decline of others. Non-Indians gave steel chisels and paint to Northwestern tribes for totem pole art, non-Indians supplied the loom and colourful threads to Southwestern tribes for weaving, and non-Indians supplied the horse to Great Plains tribes for buffalo hunting. Non-Indians wreaked havoc on tribal life by introducing new illnesses, waging war, and brutally subjugating tribes. Following the 18th and 19th centuries’ invasions, several tribes received the English language, governments, schools, western medicine, and, in the twentieth century, rock, roll, rodeos, prisons, bargain stores, big-screen televisions, and desk jobs.


MEG-13 Assignment Question Paper

1. Write short notes on —
a) Aspects of Autobiography in Dalit Writing

b) Significance of Tribal Discourse

  1. Critically appreciate the poem ‘With Love’.

  2. Discuss the story ‘The Poisoned Bread’ as a representation of the literature of ‘protest’.

  1. Comment on the significance of the ending of the novel Mother Forest. 

  2. Critically analyse the character of Budhan.

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