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Electronic International Interdisciplinary Research Journal (EIIRJ) Bi-monthly Reviewed Journal May/June 2013
A UNIQUE COLLECTION OF LITERARY WORKS OFTEN CONFUSED (PART-II)
Mr. Sanjeev Kumar Bansal ,
M.A. (English); M.ED.; NET (English & Education) ,
Assistant Teacher, U.P.S.- Soorajpur,
V.K.- Amaria, Distt. - Pilibhit, U.P.-262001
After reading British, Indian, American & some Commonwealth literature, I found huge works scattered here and there in various books which sometimes confuses the readers/ competitors in the examination hall due to the inherent similarities in these entitled works. To avoid this type of common confusion, I planned to search and arrange the important works first , their similarity wise and their frequency wise and then I compiled an exhaustive list of these selected works to facilitate the learners to make clear cut distinction among the various titles of the literary works. My research paper is based on the principles of effective teaching- learning and effective memorization. My research paper is also entertaining since it enhances the concept of -Learning is Fun. This is my attempt in the pedagogy of teaching-learning of English Literature. I hope my collection will help the students as well as teachers who can frame confusing Multiple Choice Questions (M.C.Q) to refine their learning and also to check the depth of students’ learning. This research paper will be more useful to those who have read at least once The History of English Literature. It will make the readers to realize similar titles of the different literary works as dissimilar and vice-versa. I have divided my research paper in two parts, as Part-I & Part-II. This paper is the continuance of my previous research paper & there are around 850 literary works included in it which readers often confused and these works are not the last but the least.
Major Keywords: Under, Green Wood, Tree, Leaves, Garden, Wind, Dust, Summer, Pleasures, Zoo, Doctor, Heart, Eye, Anatomy, World, Adventures, Road, Travels, Journey, Maps, Fair, Way, Pilgrim, Directions, Tower, White, Black, Red, Silver, Golden, House, Room, Mermaid, Girls, Love, Dance, Rose, Ring, Time, Numbers (2,3,4,7,), Tales, Moon, Books, Chapter, End , etc.
This part of my research paper also covers the literary works from British, American, Indian & some Commonwealth literature which readers often confuses. As we knew very well that there are three levels of learning viz. Memory level, Understanding level & Reflective level of learning. Usually readers used to memorize the literary works that is essential but this memorization must be supplemented with proper understanding .That’s why , my research paper is associated with higher levels of learning i.e. Understanding & Reflective Levels of learning. I have tried my best in sequencing the selected literary works which readers often confuse. I strived hard to give a sort of continuity to my collection so that the readers may easily associate the various works of this collection in their mind. I have divided my research paper in two parts, as Part-I & Part-II. I am quite sure that after reading the both parts of this paper, readers will be able to differentiate & integrate the often confused literary works in an entertaining way. In my previous research paper “A Unique Collection of Literary Works Often Confused (Part-I)”, you have read around 750 literary works which readers often confuses. Now, in the continuance of the previous research paper about 850 literary works are included in this Part-II, which are given below with their keywords highlighted in the italics.