Sargodha University MA English Paper-VII Drama-II Past Papers 2015
Here you can download Past Papers of Paper-VII Drama-II, MA English Part Two, 1st & 2nd Annual Examination, 2015 University of Sargodha.
Drama-II UOS Past Papers 2015
M.A. English Part – II
Paper-II(Modern Drama) 1st A. Exam.2015
Time: 3 Hours (New Course) Marks:100
Note: Objective part is compulsory. Attempt any four questions from subjective part.
Q.1: Write short answers of the following in two lines each on the answer book. (2*10)
- For what physical feature does Hedda not like Thea?
- In what extraordinary way does Hedda greet Judge Brack. When he comes to tell about the purchase of a villa?
- How does Shaw employ irony in the opening lines of “Arms and The Man’?
- How did Petkoff become a major?
- Why is “Waiting for Godot” in two acts?
- Explain the idea of pairing throughout “Waiting for Godot’.
- What is the metaphoric significance of sea in “The Sea”?
- Why does Mrs. Rafi arrange a play?
- What does Charlotta’s character represent in “The Cherry Orchard”?
- How is Dunyasha an especially Ironic Character?
Q.2: Who is responsible for the destruction of Hedda—Fate or Society? Give examples to prove your point.
Q.3: How does Sergius’ view of war differ from Bluntschli’s?
Q.4: How far is it correct to say that “Waiting for Godot” voices the infinite hope and despair of man about the future of humanity?
Q.5: Why does Bond refuse to suggest a solution to the problems of the society? What are the recommendations made in “The Sea” regarding the responsibility of the individual in the search of the truth?
Q.6: How does the comic element in “The Cherry Orchard” enhance the tragic impact of the play?
Q.7: Discuss the main features of drama after the World War-II.
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