BEGC 104 Solved Assignment 2021-22

BEGC 104 Solved Assignment 2021-22

BEGC 104 Solved Assignment 2021-22

  British Poetry and Drama – 14th to 17th Century BEGC 104 Solved Assignment 

July 2021 and January 2022

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Title – BEGC 104 British Poetry and Drama – 14th to 17th Century

University – Ignou

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Course – BA English Honours Programme

Medium / Language –ENGLISH / HINDI MEDIUM 

Session – JULY 2021, JANUARY 2022

Subjects code – BEGC 104

Assignment Submission Date – July 2021 session के लिए – 30 April 2022, January 2022 session के लिए – 31 October 2022.

BEGC 104 Assignment Question Paper 2021 – 2022

BEGC 104 Solved Assignment 2021-22


Q. 1. Write short notes on the following in about 200 words cach.

(a) Courtly love sonnet

Ans. Edmund Spenser made the Spenserian stanza familiar. The Spenserian stanza is lyrical. measured and greatly controlled. – Spenser became a model of versification for the English Romantic pocts. In the- 19th century, poets including Keats and Byron. made use of the Spenserian verse. Spenser is also known as the poet of allegory which he used in The Faerie Queene and The Shepherdes Calendar.

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The Elizabethan love poets liked the courtly love sonnet or lyric. Wyatt introduced the love sonnet to the English court audience. In the conventional courtly love sonnet, which was taken from Italian poetry, the subject was the pining lover and the beautiful but pitiless beloved. The sonnet provided the image of a man pleading with a girl to respond to his love. The sonnets displayed the lover’s love-sick self. dwelled on the charms of the girl and pleaded her to take pity on him. The English poets had the expression of love and combined it with other literary traditions and attitudes. They picked up the Chaucerian style and weaved it with the Italian. Wyatt’s sonnet “They Flee from Me” is an example.

(b) The Elizabethan World

Ans. In a letter written to Walter Ralegh, Spenser had written his idea of what a poet should be and the role he wasto play in contemporary society. He wrote to Ralegh that “The general end therefore of all the booke is to fashion a gentleman or noble person in virtuous and gentle discipline”. Spenser believed good literature fashions a gentleman and makes him virtuous. Spenser wanted to be recognized as a modern poct who belonged to the changing times. He tried to represent society honestly and admiringly.

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He experimented with the poetic form and made it capable of expressing new developments in his society. That experimentation led to The Spenserian Sonnet which later augmented a new canon of English poetry. The sonnet was new to English writing and it required careful handling. Lyricism and folk culture gaixed freshness of spirit and appeal in Spenser’s hands. It moved nearer to the English idiom and widened the scope of poetic expression.

It dwelt neither on narrative nor moralizing, but focused on the mental state of an emotional person taken up with the urge to live and express. He was the first English poet after Chaucer to have become a representative voice of Elizabethan England. He is the forerunner of Shakespeare and Miltos. He is also known as the national poet of England writing poems that presented the grandeur of the English kingdom and the rule of the queen. According to Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Spenser’s writings have the brightest and purest form of nationality which was common in elder poets. There is nothing unamiable and xothing contemptuous of others. To glorify their country. to elevate England into a queen, an empress of the heart, this was their passion and object. The nation needed at the time and Spenser filled that gap in English poetry. In Spenser, the spirit of chivalry is entirely predominant, although with a much greater infusion of the poet’s own individual self into it thax is found in any other writer. He has the wit of the southern with the deeper inwardness of the northern genius.

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Italian and Latin comedies were source for Elizabethan comedies. These comedies used to be often romances in praise of patron or monarch. Love and suffering were the main theme of Elizabethan comedies. During this period, history plays and chronicles were common. As far as tragedy was concerned, they used Seneca as a model. Being melodramatic. these tragedies used to be full of emotional speeches and scenes. A great deal of stage views were used by playwriters skillfully. Tragedies were concerned with the darker side of human characters such as immorality. greed and crueky. Most of the time they also touched the melancholic aspects of human life. Almost all the playwrights of this age took interest in contemporary politics and history .. . .

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Christopher Marlowe’s privileged and strange two-part tragedy .Tamburlaine (1587-1589), Thomas Kyd’s popular revenge tragedy The Spanish Tragedy (1589). William Shakespeare’s romantic tragedy Romeo and Juliet (1595), and Thomas I leywood’s domestic tragedy A Woman Killed With Kindness (1603) are the most influential tragedies.

These models for tragic drama were developed by writers like George Chapman, John Webster, John Ford, Philip Massinger, and James Shirley. A related line of historical drama can be traced from John Bale’s moral history King John (1539) through Marlowe’s Edward II (1592). Shakespeare’s first (Ilenry VI, Part One: Henry VI. Part Two:

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Henry VI. Part Three; and Richard III) and second 15 (Richard II: Henry IV, Part One: Henry IV, Part Two; and Henry V). Other historicals trace Shakespeare and John Fletcher’s Henry VIII ( 1613). and Ford’s Perkin Warbeck ( 1634). In Elizabethan England, travelling companies staged performances in barns and yards and they were at the mercy of guilds. By the end of the 16th century. two public playhouses had come up outside of London where the people enjoyed drama. These playhouses were the Theatre (1576) and the Curtain (1577). They were followed by Rose (1587), Swan (1595), Globe (1599). Red Bull (1605) and Hope (1614). All were built outside of the city limits to avoid problems with the city government. Some theatres were built inside the city limits but were the private playhouses. allowing for a smaller and wealthier audience. Dram more prosperous. It helped to improve the quality of the plays. The links between the court and the theatre became stronger than the link between the court and the parliament.

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The courts and counselors used to visit the theatres to enjoy drama and share audience entertainment. Tragedy does not get success without audience’s interest in serious matters of tragedy. At the theatres like the RedBull especially during the holidays the common men used to stand under the stage to evaluate the incidents of the play. But at the Globe, there were courtiers, university men, gentlemen and their wives and merchants for evaluation.

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