Class 11 English Book PDF Download 2079
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What are the sections of this book?
Section I: Language Development
|1||Education and Humanity|
|3||Media and Society|
|4||History and Culture|
|5||Life and Love|
|6||Health and Excercise|
|7||Ecology and Development|
|8||Humour and Satire|
|9||Democracy and Human Rights|
|10||Home Life and Family Relationship|
|11||Arts and Creation|
|13||Career and Entrepreneurship|
|14||Power and Politics|
|15||War and Peace|
|17||Globalization and Diaspora|
Section II: Literature
|Unit 1 Short Stories|
|1||The Selfish Giant by Oscar Wilde|
|2||The Oval Portrait by Edgar Allan Poe|
|3||God Sees the Truth but Waits by Leo Tolstoy|
|4||The Wish by Roald Dahl|
|5||Civil Peace by Chinua Achebe|
|6||Two Little Soldiers by Guy de Maupassant|
|7||An Astrologer’s Day by R. K. Narayan|
|Unit 2 Poems|
|1||Corona Says by Vishnu S. Rai|
|2||A Red, Red Rose by Robert Burns|
|3||All the World's a Stage by William Shakespeare|
|4||Who are you, little i? by E. E. Cummings|
|5||The Gift in Wartime by Tran Mong Tu|
|Unit 3 Essays|
|1||Sharing Tradition by Frank LaPena|
|2||How to Live Before You Die by Steve Jobs|
|3||What I Require From Life by J.B.S. Haldane|
|4||What is Poverty? by Jo Goodwin Parker|
|5||Scientific Research is a Token of Humankind’s Survival by Vladimir Keilis-Borok|
|Unit 4 One Act Plays|
|1||Trifles by Susan Glaspell|
|2||A Sunny Morning by Serafin and Foaquin Alvarez Quintero|
|3||Refund by Fritz Karinthy|