Landmarks In Humanites
Special Edition for Valencia College
McGraw Hill copyright 2013
Author: Gloria K. Fiero
Romanticism might be said to have rebelled against all of the following EXCEPT ______
The landmark work that marked the birth of the Romantic movement in England was William Wordsworth's
By "sublime," romantics like Wordsworth were referring to
wrote "Ode on a Grecian Urn" which concludes that "Beauty is truth, truth beauty"
Goethe's hero, Faust, is symbolic of the Western
urge to transcend limitations
Darwin contributed to the study of biology chiefly by
developing the theory of natural selection
J. M. W. Turner, John Constable, and Thomas Cole were all noted painters of
The American writer Henry Thoreau
valued nature as a source of instruction
One of the main characteristics of Whitman's landmark poetry is that it
is written in free verse
is considered to be one of the first Realists in the English novel-writing tradition
male counterpart to the abolitionist Sojourner Truth
George Catlin did NOT ____
use his paintings to garner support for the government's policy of relocating Native Americans to reservations
"The Disasters of War"
history of the French occupation of Spain in a landmark series of etchings and aquatints written by Goya
former slave who learned to write and personally authored a memoir with their own hand
A hallmark of Delacroix's style is
In Delacroix's "Liberty Leading the People" featured those he considered to be heroes of the French Revolution including
members of the middle and working classes.
London's Houses of Parliament are a landmark example of
In his landmark symphonies, Beethoven made use of ______ (name 3 things)
1. strong contrasts of loud and soft sound 2. the scherzo
3. dramatic motifs.
Of nineteenth-century music, it is correct to say that
the orchestra grew to grand proportions
The fact that the nineteenth century was "the age of the virtuoso" is most evident in the work of
the independent art song originated by Franz Schubert that united music and poetry
Romantic ballets such as "La sylphide" derived their plot lines from
fairy tales and folk legends
The most famous paintings of Géricault and Goya depicted
describes the Romantic architecture at the Royal Pavilion in Brighton
The nineteenth century was an important time in African history because (name 3 things)
1. African music and literature came to be recorded 2. Africans produced some of their most notable textile and beadwork artifacts 3. medical advances against malaria permitted increased contact with Western explorers.