LL.B Part-II: English-ll Past Paper Supplementary 2019

Here you will find LL.B Part-II English-ll Past Paper Supplementary 2019. This English-ll paper is the first paper in the LL.B (5 years) Part-II examination. Find below the past paper of the English-ll Supplementary 2019.

Q1. Attempt any three of the following questions: 20+20+20=60

a) How do you interpret the title of the short story The Prison! Can you also see anything positive in Tommy’s situation?

b) The central theme of Sredni Vashtar is the triumph of imagination over reality. Discuss.

c) How does the unnamed narrator explore the theme of selfishness in The Stoat?

d) Discuss the theme of overpopulation and the effect it has on both the way of life and the quality of life of the inhabitants of the city in the story Billennium.

e) What is the role of Claydon in The Moving Finger? Do you think he is a good or a bad person? Support your ideas with evidence from the text.

Q2. Read the following text to answer the questions given at the end.

Leopards are large, spotted members of the cat family and are found in many places in Africa and Asia. They are not normally found in the wild in Britain. Recently, however, people living in a small village north of London were alarmed by claims that a leopard had been seen in the area. A farmer’s wife saw the leopard, while she was feeding her chickens. I saw something moving in the wood’, she said. At first, I thought it was a dog, then it ran across the field towards me, and I recognized it straight away. When it saw me, it stopped and stared for a few seconds, then turned around and ran back into the wood.

She later telephoned the local police station, bringing up to six the number of reported sightings. A police inspector there, coordinating the reports, admitted that he did not have
much experience with wild animals. An expert working with police said that paw prints confirmed that the animal really was a leopard. He advised people to keep their pets indoors at night but added that a leopard would not normally attack a human being unless it was cornered. He believed that this leopard had probably escaped from a nearby Safari Park Zoo. Lord Cleshins, the owner of the park, said that they had nineteen leopards in their collection and that a check was being carried out.

The hunt for the leopard went on for many weeks, but it was not caught, it is worrying to think that a wild animal is roaming about freely in the countryside.


a) Why were the people living in the countryside in London alarmed?

b) What was the farmer’s wife did when she saw the leopard?

c) Give the meaning of the following words as they are used in the text: “alarmed”, “stared” and “carried out”.

d) When does a leopard usually attack a human?

e) Suggest a suitable title for the text.

Q3. Write an essay in no more than 350 words on the topic given below:

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