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|Product Title||Ignou BEGC-134 Solved Assignment|
|Subject Title||BEGC-134: Reading the Novels|
|Question Paper Link||Download Ignou BEGC134 Question Paper 2020-21|
|Submission Dates||31st March 2021 (For July 2020 Admission Cycle)
30th September 2021 (For Jan 2021 Admission Cycle)
|Assignment Format||.PDF (Download Instantly After Placing Order|
|Applicable for||Ignou BAG English Elective Students for CBCS Course|
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Questions Covered in Ignou BEGC-134 Solved Assignment
Section A (Write short notes in about 200 words each:)
(i) Types of the novel
(ii) New areas of novel writing
(iii) Third Person Narrative
Section B (Answer the following in about 300 words each)
Q1. How would you define writing style? Explain.
Q2. Is it necessary to have an understanding of an age to read a writer/ a novel? Think and answer.
Q3. What were some of the themes of early Odia novels?
Q4. How did colonialism disrupt social life in Africa? Base your answer on your understanding of Things Falls Apart.
Section C (Answer the following questions in about 800 words each:)
Q1. Comment on the themes discussed in The Awakening.
Q2. Write a detailed essay on the use of songs, in Paraja.
Q3. Discuss Paraja as a translated novel.
Q4. Comment on the development of the Nigerian novel.
Q5. Examine the use of folk material such as Proverbs, Sayings, and Metaphors in Things Fall Apart.