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Prof. Bhim S. Dahiya’s Objective Type Questions On Literature In English For UGC's NET is a comprehensive book for CSIR - UGC NET/JRF aspirants. The book comprises of unsolved test papers for students. In addition, there are several units that help in giving you a clear understanding of English Literature. This book is essential for candidates applying for CSIR - UGC NET/JRF and other competitive exams.
About the Author
Prof. Bhim S. Dahiya is an Indian author. He has penned down books like Hemingway's a Farewell to Arms: A critical study, The university autonomy in India: The idea and the reality and Major Trends In English Literature (1837 - 1945). He has a teaching experience of over 28 years.
|Publisher||CEE BEE Publisher|
|Exam||UGC - NET/SLET|
|Number of Pages||242 Pages|
|Author||Bhim S. Dahiya|
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May 23, 2012
objective type on english must needthis book is best for yhe students of english literature, and those who ate preparing for NET and SLET exams in future.
Jun 18, 2012
A Great Book on LiteratureThis book is very useful with most of the topics covered in gist. As the answers are given along with the questions, you can read it without any difficulty. I would highly recommend this book for those who are looking for Objective Type questions in English Literature.
Apr 25, 2013
not a bad oneit is a fine book. it is useful for the beginners. don,t expect everything in this book. it can be useful as a supplementary one.the author should have given more details. the book got some practice questions.Which are very useful,but one condition-u have to find the answers by yourself.
Nov 7, 2012
A good guideI just started reading this book but so far it looks like it stands out from the crowd. It's worth it. The focus seems to be on factual questions only. However, given the nature of the exam the book addresses, it's entirely on target. Do ignore minor errors like the fluctuating spelling of Shakespeare.