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English For UGC-NET/JRF/SLET (Paper II And III) And Other Competitive Examinations Hardcover – 1 May 2017
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Books of this category: NET SET GO by Dr.Benet. ( he too fills pages with previous year question but he did what this book failed to do so).
Dr.Kalyani Valleth: Her books/study materials are available in Amazon itself, where a total of more than 10 books costs around 5700₹. I'm tempted to buy it but it lacks page. A book of 100 pages priced around 400₹. But if ur rich, u should buy it.
My advice: I came across one of the comments, he said, it's better to start with Routledge. I agree with him and my advice is, DON'T JUMP ON TO AN OBJECTIVE TYPE BOOK. Try a descriptive type book. (Arihant or Truman). Reason: If the MCQ has asked you a question which among the Cantenbury Tales character's story is in prose? The answer are THE PARSON TALE & THE TALE OF MELIBEUS (a tale told by Chaucer himself but interrupted), Pg.4; Q.no 20). The question in here is good and seems important, there's no doubt about it. But in NET they may ask what Parson has said? Or The characters in Parson tale. A MCQ can never offer what we need. You should read it for fun and be able to connect it with the descriptive paragraphs which u have read.
Edit: Arihant/Truman doesn't help either. Because both these books has details such as, author, his publication and rarely a summary. But the questions of NET/SET asks the name of a Work by quoting it's character. So it's better u start reading Routledge, MH Abrams, Edward Albert as "a first step" Study well :)