Gujarat University
In Ahmedabad

Price on request
You can also call the Study Centre
07926... More

Important information

Typology Bachelor
Location Ahmedabad
  • Bachelor
  • Ahmedabad


Where and when

Starts Location
On request
Navrangpura, Ahmedabad, 380009, Gujarat, India
See map
Starts On request
Navrangpura, Ahmedabad, 380009, Gujarat, India
See map


Not rated
Course rating
Centre rating

Reviews on other courses at this centre

Center review

Parag Sajnani
4.0 01/06/2013
What I would highlight: College was really very good and it was supporting too. Moreover the Facilities were also good at the college
What could be improved: The rules regarding identity card was not good
Would you recommend this centre?: yes


mumtaj mansuri
4.0 01/08/2017
What I would highlight: m ed and m sc maths
What could be improved: any
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

Course programme

he Gujarat University offers B.A: ENGLISH AND SUBSIDIARY ENGLISH to its students. The course structure for it is as follows:

Paper-1 : Foundation studies in English
Writers Works
1. Shakespeare Hamlet, Macbeth, Othello, King Lear
As you Like it, A Midsummer Night’s Dream,
Twelfth Night, Much a do about Nothing
2. Geoffrey Chaucer The Canterbury Tales
3. Marlowe Dr. Faustus
4. Ben Jonson Everyman in his Humour
5. Edmund Spenser The Faerie Queene
6. Philip Sidney Arcadia
7. Francis Bacon The Essays
8. John Milton Paradise Lost
9. Dryden Absalom and Achitophel
10. Congreve The Way of the World
11. Jonathan Swift Gulliver’s Travels
12. Addison and Steele Coverly Papers
13. Alexander Pope The Rape of the Lock
14. Dr. Johnson London
15. Richardson Pamela
16. Fielding Tom Jones
17. Sterne Sentimental Journey
18. Oliver Goldsmith Vicar of Wakefield, She Stoops to Conquer
19. Sheridan The School for Scandal
20. Gray Elegy Written in the country Churchyard
21. Wordsworth & Lyrical Ballads
22. William Wordsworth Tintern Abbey
23. Coleridge Biographia Literaria
24. P.B. Shelley Adonais
25. John Keats Eve of St. Agnes
26. Byron Childe Harold
27. Jane Austen Pride and Prejudice, Emma
28. Sir Walter Scott Ivanhoe
29. Charles Lamb Essays of Elia
30. Lord Tennyson In Memoriam
31. Robert Browning Dramatic Monologues
32. Matthew Arnold Sohrab and Rustum
33. Charles Dickens David Copperfield
34. Thackeray Vanity Fair
35. John Ruskin Unto this Last
36. Carlyle Past and Present
37. George Eliot Silas Marner
38. Oscar Wilde Importance of Being Ernest
39. G.B. Shaw Candida, Arms and the Man
40. John Galsworthy Forsyte Saga
41. John Masfield Salt Water Ballads
42. Thomas Hardy Tress of the D’urbervilles
43. Virginia Woolf To the Lighthouse
44. James Joyce Ulysses
45. Robert Bridges Testament of Beauty
46. Arnold Bennett The Old Wives’ Tale
47. D.H. Lawrence Sons and Lovers
48. W.S. Maugham Of Human Bondage
49. E.M. Forster A Passage to India
50. Aldous Huxley Brave New World
51. Joseph Conrad Lord Jim
52. J.M. Synge Riders to the Sea
53. W.B. Yeats The Countess Cathleen
54. T.S. Eliot The Waste Land
55. J.M. Barrie The Admirable Crichton
56. W.H. Auden and The Autumn Journal
Christopher Isherwood
57. Louis Macniece The Autumn Journal
58. Stephen Spender Destructive Element
59. H.G. Wells Outline of History
60. A.J. Toynbee A Study of History

Paper II : Literature in English Language
This paper will consist of 6 units. Each unit will comprise of one long text (novel or full length play) or a number of shorter texts (poems, short stories, one-acts)
1. Raja Rao: Kanthapura
2. Shakespeare : The Merchant of Venice
3. Tagore : The Post Office
4. Nissim Ezekiel : Hymns in Darkness (First 12 poems only)
5. “Eight Short Stories” ed. By K.N. Vasudeva Panikar (Orient Longman (First 4 short stories only)
6. “One-act Plays for Colleges. Ed. V.A. Sahane & Joshi (OUP) (play No. 1 & 4 only)