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17th and 18th Century Non-Fictional Prose Final Suggestion | Hons 3rd Year, NU English Department

17th and 18th Century Non-Fictional Prose Final Suggestion | Hons 3rd Year, NU English Department

Hons 3rd Year final exam for English department, National University will be held soon. It will be best if you are up and doing right now to score well on the exam. For this, you should not waste your time and pay attention to the completion of your syllabus. Anyway, to help you, we have come up with important content for the 17th and 18th Century Non-Fictional Prose Final Suggestion for the 2021 Hons 3rd Year final examination. For part A, read the suggestion book. We have prepared the following two parts- part C and part B.

Part C Final Suggestion for 17th and 18th-Century Non-Fictional Prose 

1. Discuss Bacon’s aphoristic style.
2. How far is Bacon an essayist?
3. What are the Renaissance elements found in Bacon’s essays?
4. Discuss the prose style of Addison.
5. How far is Sir Roger a fascinating character?
6. Elucidate Dr. Samuel Jonshon as a critic and biographer.
7. What are Cowley’s strengths and limitations as a poet?
8. Discuss Burke’s view about India as revealed in “Speech on East India Bill”.
9. Discuss Burke’s oratory skills and style.
10. What do you know about Johnson’s art of writing a biography?
11. The Coverly Papers as the precursor of English novel discuss.
12. The Coverly Papers 18th-century social picture- discuss.
13. Discuss Burke’s prose style.
14. Discuss Addison’s use of irony.
15. Discuss Davideis’ epic qualities.

The important questions for Hons 3rd Year Final Examination: 2-9, 12, 13

Part B Final Suggestion for 17th and 18th-Century Non-Fictional Prose

1. How can a man having a family lead a peaceful and disciple life?
2. What are the things that should be taken into consideration while doing a plantation in a far-off region?
3. How does love degrade a human being?
4. What practical advice did Bacon give to the men of the high post?
5. Discuss the East India revenue collection policy.
6. Explain: It is impossible to be loved and wise
7. Explain: Planting countries is like planting wood.
8. What are the Chartered Rights of man?
9. Explain: A good book is a precious lifeblood of a master spirit embalmed and treasured up on ….
10. Discuss the nature of English rule in India.
11. Discuss the features of metaphysical poetry.
12. How does Johnson asses Cowley as a poet?
13. How do people get fascinated with lies?
14. Discuss the ironies in Sir Roger’s religious activities.
15. What are the vices of authority to be avoided according to Bacon?
16. How did Sir Roger die?
17. Explain: And a mixer of falsehood is like the alloy in a coin of gold and silver.
18. How Will Honeycomb entertain women?
19. Discuss Bacon’s concept of truth.
20. Explain: An unmarried person is the best friend, the best master, but not always the best subject.

The important questions for Hons 3rd Year Final Examination: 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 12, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18

Final Words

Thank you for reading the blog, and we hope the content on 17th and 18th Century Non-Fictional Prose Final Suggestion for National University, English Department shall help you get a better score in the final examination. Please keep reading our blogs to get updates on each subject with hand notes like summary and question answers of parts A, B, and C. Anyway, to find other subjects’ suggestions, please check the following content on Hons 3rd Year English Final Suggestion.

 

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