Drama-II, MA English Sargodha University Past Papers 2015

Sergoda 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 Sergoda.

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.

Objective Part

Q.1: Write short answers of the following in two lines each on the answer book.                       (2*10)

  1. For what physical feature does Hedda not like Thea?
  2. In what extraordinary way does Hedda greet Judge Brack. When he comes to tell about the purchase of a villa?
  3. How does Shaw employ irony in the opening lines of “Arms and The Man’?
  4. How did Petkoff become a major?
  5. Why is “Waiting for Godot” in two acts?
  6. Explain the idea of pairing throughout “Waiting for Godot’.
  7. What is the metaphoric significance of sea in “The Sea”?
  8. Why does Mrs. Rafi arrange a play?
  9. What does Charlotta’s character represent in “The Cherry Orchard”?
  10. How is Dunyasha an especially Ironic Character?

Subjective Parts

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.