Sargodha University MA English Paper-VII Drama-II Past Papers 2017
Here you can download Past Papers of Paper-VII Drama-II, MA English Part Two, 1st & 2nd Annual Examination, 2017 University of Sargodha.
Drama-II UOS Past Papers 2017
M.A. English Part – II
Paper-II(Drama-II) 1st A. Exam.2017
Time: 3 Hours 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)
- Mention Hedda’s life before and after marriage.
- Why is Hedda called “a female Hamlet” in ‘Hedda Gabler’?
- How does Act 1 of ‘Arms and the Man’ introduce the themes of the play?
- Who says in ‘Arms and the Man’: “Act as if you expected to have your own way, not as if you expected to be ordered about”?
- What does Lucky’s “Dance in a Net’ symbolize?
- What benefit does Pozzo get from his blindness?
- Who says in “The Cherry Orchard”: “Well, good-bye, old man. It’s time to get. Here we stand pulling one another’s noses, but life goes its own way all the time”.
- What did anya do in Paris?
- Differentiate between theme and motif.
- Give a pen-picture of Rose with reference to ‘The Sea’.
Q.2: Should “Hedda Gabler’ be considered a tragedy? How does it adhere (Or not adhere) to tragic characterization, structure, or catharsis?
Q.3: ‘Arms and the Man’ is an attempt on ‘reversal of values’. Elucidate.
Q.4: Is ‘Waiting for Godot’ about Godot or Wait? Justify your answer with strong arguments.
Q.5: How does the comic element in “The Cherry Orchard” enhance the tragic impact of the play?
Q.6: Examine Edward Bond’s use of symbolism, metaphor and surrealism in “The Sea”.
Q.7: Who deserves the better claim as “the father of modern drama” and how— Ibsen or Shaw?
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