make students aware of modern American Literature and American
make students aware of children Fiction – a sequel to Alice’s adventure in
make the students comprehend what a much epic is and its difference from epic
make the students aware of a new genera of poetry – the epic and high light
the characteristic and tell them about the epic hero.
death of a Salesman-play written by American Playwright Author Miller
the Looking Glass – a novel by Lewis Carroll.
Rape of the
Lock by Pope, the first 3 cantos.
BK I by John Milton.
method of imparting knowledge on the playwright and play in details and their
group discussion and question answer session.
the novel part by part and then discussing about the fantastical world and
discussing how close it is to reality, followed by question answer session.
on the mock epic genre and then discussing its characteristics with ref. to
Alexander Popes the Rape of the Lock
read the poem by parts and to highlight the qualities of the hero – Satan in
BK I and then have a question answer session.
become acquainted with modern American literature and have a knowledge of
learn about the fantastical world of Alice and they get inspired to know more
about the world of fantasy.
learn about a new genre of poetry the mock epic. They come to know about the
18th century society.
learn a lot about Milton – his blindness and his great epic creation –