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A Companion to ASSISTANT TEACHER (Trained Graduate Grade) EXAMINATION

Popularly known as LT Grade Examination






by 

Sudhir K. Arora


ISBN 978-81-7977-627-8

pp. : 526 + x
(9 X 11.5 square inches, untrimmed)

Price: Rs. 525.00



Salient features:

a. complete coverage of syllabus.
b. Descriptive introduction of prescribed literary forms and terms; and prescribed authors and works
c. Rules of Grammar with special tips.
d. Full text of smaller Poems and Prose, and plenty of important excerpts from prescribed Drama and Fiction.
e. Theme/Story/Summary of all the prescribed works.
f. List of Major Characters
g. More than 4000 quality objective questions on each aspect of the syllabus.
h.  Well thought out 2 model papers.
i. 79 chapters in soothing layout with uniform formatting through out the book.

List of Contents:

SECTION ONE:  ENGLISH LANGUAGE
1. Unseen Passage for Comprehension
2. General Grammar (Parts of speech, Tense, Preposition, Agreement, Transformation, Synthesis)
3. Spellings
4. Punctuation
5. Narration
6. Synonym
7. Antonyms
8. One Word Equivalents
9. Foreign Expressions 
10. Idioms and Phrases
11. Proverbs 
12. Sentence Completion
13. Numbered Blanks
14. Sentence Arrangement
15. Miscellaneous Questions on Grammar
16. Translation from English to Hindi and Hindi to English
17. Letter Writing and Dialogue Writing

SECTION TWO: LITERATURES IN ENGLISH 
Literary Forms and Movements:
18. Literary Forms and Movements
19. Understanding and Identification of Figures of Speech

20. William Shakespeare 
                (Sonnet no. 29, Sonnet 138, Macbeth, Twelfth Night, Merchant of Venice)
Poetry:
21. John Milton
(“On His Blindness” and Paradise Lost bk 1, from line 1 to 26)
22. John Donne (“Canonization”)
23. Alexander Pope (The Rape of the Lock, Canto I)
24. Thomas Gray (“Elegy written in a Country Churchyard”)
25. William Wordsworth 
(“Tintern Abbey”, “The World is too much with us”)
26. Percy Bysshe Shelley (“Ode to the West wind”, “To a Skylark”)
27. John Keats (“Ode on a Grecian Urn”, “La Belle Dame Sans Merci”)
28. Alfred Tennyson (“Break, Break, Break”, “Ulysses”)
29. Robert Browning (“My Last Duchess”, “Prospice”)
30. Matthew Arnold (“Dover Beach”, “Memorial Verses)
31. William Butler Yeats (“The Second Coming”, “Sailing to Byzantium”)
32. Thomas Stearns Eliot (The Waste Land)
33. Wystan Hugh Auden (“In Memory of W.B. Yeats”)
34. Ted Hughes (“Crow Alights”)
35. Philip Larkin (“Wants”)
36. Walt Whitman (“O Captain! My Captain!”)
37. Emily Elizabeth Dickinson (“Success is Counted Sweetest”)
38. Robert Lee Frost (“Birches”, “Stopping by the Woods”)
39. Rabindranath Tagore (Gitanjali 11th song, Fruit Gathering 12th song)
40. Nissim Ezekiel (“Night of the Scorpion”, “Philosophy”)
41. Kamala Das (“An Introduction”)
42. Attipat Krishnaswamy Ramanujan (“Obituary”)
43. Derek Walcott (“A Far Cry from Africa”)
Drama:
44. Ben Jonson (Every Mam in His Humour)
45. John Dryden (All for Love)
46. George Bernard Shaw (Arms and the Man)
47. John Galsworthy (Justice)
48. Harold Pinter (The Birthday Party)
49. Eugene Gladstone O’ Neill (The Hairy Ape)
50. Arthur Miller (All My Sons)
51. Girish Raghunath Karnad (Hayavadana)
Prose and Fiction:
52. Francis Bacon (“Of Studies”, “Of Truth”)
53. Joseph Addison (“Sir Roger at Home”, “Will Wimble”)
54. Richard Steele (“The Spectator Club”)
55. Charles Lamb (“Dream Children”)
56. Edward Verrall Lucas (“Tight Corners”)
57. Alfred George Gardiner (“In Defence of Ignorance”)
58. Bertrand Russell (“The Road to Happiness”)
59. Richard Wright (“Twelve Million Black Voices”)
60. Mahatma Gandhi (My Experiments with Truth)
61. Jawaharlal Nehru (The Discovery of India)
62. William Somerset Maugham (“The Luncheon”)
63. Anita Desai (“The Farewell Party”)
64. Katherine Mansfield (“The Fly”)
65. O’ Henry (“The Last Leaf”)
66. Henry Fielding (Joseph Andrews)
67. Jane Austen (Pride and Prejudice)
68. Charles Dickens (Great Expectations)
69. Thomas Hardy (The Mayor of Casterbridge)
70. George Orwell (Animal Farm)
71. Virginia Woolf (Mrs. Dalloway)
72. William Golding (Lord of the Flies)
73. Nathaniel Hawthorne (The Scarlet Letter)
74. Ernest Hemingway (The Old Man and the Sea)
75. John Steinbeck (The Grapes of Wrath)
76. Raja Rao (Kanthapura)
77. R.K. Narayan (The Bachelor of Arts)
78. Kamala Markandaya (Two Virgins)
79. Chinua Achebe (Things Fall Apart)

Model/Practice Paper 1
Model/Practice Paper 2

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Divya Rajvanshi said...

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