WBCS Exe Etc Exam Main Optional Subject Comparative Literature Syllabus
Paper – I :
(a) Theories of Literature : Dates terms and Concepts.Continue Reading WBCS Exe Etc Exam Main Optional Subject Comparative Literature Syllabus
(b) Literature of the Ancient World; (i) Indian, (ii) Western
(c) Bangla Sahitya : 1 (Baishnab Padabali theke Bankimchandra)
(d) Bangla Sahitya : 2 (Rabindranath o Uttorkaal)
(e) Bengali Literature in Translation
(f) Indian Literature other than Bengali in Translation
Paper – II :
Western Literature –
(a) 800 – 1400 A.D. (including Song of Ronald, Tristan and representative writings of
Troubadour Minnesang, Dante, Petrarch, Boccaccio and Chaucer).
(b) 1400 – 1616 A.D. (including representative writings of Villon, Ronsard, Spencer, Machiavelli, Rableis, Montaigne and Shakespeare).
(c) 1616 – 1749 A.D. (including representative writings of Moliere, Racine, Swift, Voltaire and
(d) 1749 – 1832 A.D. (including representative writings of Goethe, Schiller, Heine, Wordsworth,
Coleridge, Shelley, Keats, Scott, Rene, Lamartine, Vigny, Hugo and Musset).
(e) 1832 – 1910 A.D. (including representative writings of Whitman, Baudelaire, Verlaine,
Laforgue, lbsen, Balzac, Tolstoy, Maupassant and Chekhov).
(f) 1910 to the Present times (including representative writings of Yeats, Eliot, Frost, Rilke,
Mayakovsky, Eluard, Neruda, Hervert, Kafka, Marquez and lonesco).
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