DUET MPhil Phd in Hispanic Question Paper with Answer Keys 2019-20 Download PDF

DUET MPhil Phd in Hispanic Question Paper with Answer Keys 2019-20

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TO.The 2,500-mile border between Mexico and the United States is the only visible border between the developed and developing worlds. It is also the border between Latin America and Latin America, which starts here. And it is also an unfinished border as barriers, ditches, walls – the so-called Cortina de la Tortilla – quickly raised to stop the Hispanic immigrant in immediately abandoned, unfinished. It is easy to cross the border where the river has dried or the mountains are lonely. But it’s hard to get to the other side. Between the two borders there is a no man’s land where the immigrant must face the surveillance of the North American border patrols. But the worker’s will is strong. They mostly come from Mexico, but also from Central America and from Colombia, as well as from the Caribbean. Sometimes they are pushed by political misadventure. But, almost always, and especially in the case of Mexicans, the immigrant has arrived for economic reasons. It joins an army of six million undocumented workers in the United States. They meet in modest places south of the border, waiting with their families and friends for the right time to cross. Border patrols work day and night to prevent it. The patrol car has all the advantages of modern technology at its disposal. The immigrant has the advantage of numbers and the pressure of the thousands of people behind him. They possess the desperation of need. It is, perhaps, the bravest and most determined men and women in all of Mexico. For it takes courage and will to break the timeless circle of poverty and risk everything in the bid to cross the northern border. But this border, many say among those who cross it, is not really a border but a scar. Will it be closed forever? Or will it bleed again one day? The immigrant is the perfect victim. He is in a strange land, does not speak English, sleeps outdoors, carries all his belongings, fears authorities, employers and unscrupulous lawyers have in their hands lives and freedoms. Sometimes they are brutalized, sometimes murdered. But they are not criminals. They are only workers. They are accused of displacing American workers, of damaging the US economy and even of harming the nation, threatening its cultural integrity. But the workers keep coming because the US economy needs them. They deal with the services that nobody in North America wants to continue fulfilling. Not only the agricultural work, but more and more service jobs in transport, hospitality, hospitals, all jobs that would stop without the contribution of immigrants: without them, the entire structure of wages and employment in the States United would suffer a huge change, descending several steps and dragging down millions of workers and their homes.

Q1 Which of the following statements is correct?

(a) Carlos Fuentes thinks that the immigrant is brave.
(b) The immigrant risks everything because he is irresponsible.
(c) The “no man’s land” belongs to the USA
(d) The immigrant does not take away the work of the US citizen, does work that the

  • 1. (a) and (d)
  • 2. (a) and (b)
  • 3. (b) and (c)
  • 4. (c) and (d)

Q2 The Tortilla Curtain separates:

  • 1. USA and Canada
  • 2. Colombia and the USA
  • 3. Mexico and Colombia
  • 4. Mexico and the USA

Q3 Why does Carlos Fuentes call the border “a scar”?

  • 1. Because it is a wound from the historical past that bleeds
  • 2. Because immigrants have many wounds.
  • 3. Patrollers give immigrants scars.
  • 4. Immigrants give scars to commit suicide.

Q4 Why have so many Hispanic immigrants been able to reach the US according to Carlos Fuentes?

  • 1. Because they have the desperation of need.
  • 2. Because they have modern technology
  • 3. Because they have relatives in the USA.
  • 4. Because they have money

Q5 The Mexican undocumented immigrant in most cases goes to the US.

  • 1. To study
  • 2. To emigrate to Canada
  • 3. To work
  • 4. To get married

Read the following statements marked as X and Y.
X The novel presents a world in which everyone tells stories.
And it stages the production of “literature” as something ordinary.

Q6 Which of the following statements is correct?

  • 1. X is wrong, but Y is correct.
  • 2. X is correct, but Y is wrong.
  • 3. X and Y are both correct but X is not the explanation for Y.
  • 4. X and Y are both correct and X is the explanation for Y.

Read the following statements marked as X and Y.
X The author wrote the novel after moving to Delhi.
And Delhi has a central role in the novel.

Q7 Which of the following statements is correct?

  • 1. X is wrong, but Y is correct.
  • 2. X is correct, but Y is wrong.
  • 3. X and Y are both correct but X is not the explanation for Y.
  • 4. X and Y are both correct and X is the explanation for Y.

Read the following statements marked as X and Y.
X The author was in search of a narrative structure with the form of a network.
And The “story cycle” connects stories set in different places through metaphors and analogies.

Q8 Which of the following statements is correct?

  • 1. X is wrong, but Y is correct.
  • 2. X is correct, but Y is wrong.
  • 3. X and Y are both correct but X is not the explanation for Y.
  • 4. X and Y are both correct and X is the explanation for Y.

Q9 The characters of the framing device are

(a) the ones stranded at an airport.
(b) the figures in the 13 stories.
(c) desribed in great detail.
(d) those that tell the stories.

  • 1. (a) y (d)
  • 2. (a) y (b)
  • 3. (b) y (c)
  • 4. (c) y (d)

Q10. The setting of the framing device is

(a) beside the baggage carousels in an airport.
(b) a grounded flight to Tokyo.
(c) a night in snowbound Tokyo.
(d) in the Middle of Nowhere

  • 1. (a) y (d)
  • 2. (a) y (b)
  • 3. (b) y (c)
  • 4. (c) y (d)

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