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English Syllabus for WBSSC Assistant Teachers | West Bengal School Service Commission [ WBCSSC]

CategoryHonours/PG/XI-XII
SubjectEnglish

Poetry

PoetPoems
Philip SidneyLoving in truth
Edmund SpenserOne Day I Wrote Her Name
William ShakespeareShall I Compare Thee To a Sumner’s Day?
John DonneThe Good Morrow
George HerbertVirtue
Alexander PopeThe Rape of the Lock
William BlakeThe Tyger, The Lamb
William WordsworthTintern Abbey
Samuel Taylor ColeridgeChristabel, Kubla Khan
P. B. ShelleyOde To The West Wind, To A Skylark
John KeatsOde To A Nightingale, To Autumn
Alfred TennysonUlysses
Robert BrowningMy Last Duchess
W.B. YeatsThe Wild Swans at Coole
Wilfred OwenStrange Meeting
T.S. EliotHollow Men

Drama

PlaywrightPlay
ShakespeareMacbeth
William GoldsmithShe Stoops to Conquer
George Bernard ShawArms and the Man
J.M. SyngeRiders to the Sea

Novel

NovelistNovel
Jane AustenPride and Prejudice
Charles DickensDavid Copperfield

Short Story

AuthorStory
Joseph ConradThe Lagoon
James JoyceAraby
Somerset MaughamThe Lotos Eater
Katherine MansfieldThe Fly

Essay

WriterEssay
Charles LambDream Children: A Reverie, The Superannuated Man
G. B. ShawFreedom
Francis BaconOf Studies

Grammar and Usage

  • Common Errors
  • Subject Verb Agreement
  • Tenses
  • Active and Passive Voice
  • Articles and Prepositions
  • Adverbs, Adjective
  • Sentence Forms
  • Simple Compound, Complex
  • Relative Clauses
  • Joining and Splitting of Sentences
  • Narration
  • Direct and Indirect
  • Composition
  • Rhetoric and Prosody
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