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21. The stories of ____________ explore ideas from Christianity that transcend the confines of Southern Regionalism. A. William Faulkner B. Flannery O’Connor C. Ernest Hemingway D. T.S. Eliot E. Franz Kafka 22____________ viewed Dada as a kind of “anti-art.” . A. Hans Arp B. Tristan Tzara C. Kurt Schwitters  D. Marcel Duchamp E. Sophie Teuber-Arp 23. Igor Stravinsky composed.
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11. Mexico’s president Alvaro Obregón initiate_____________ in 1920 to restore Mexico’s indigenous cultural identity. A. an indigenous music movement B. a mural movement C. a literary movement D. an oral history movement E. a series of festivals 12. The meeting held from 1884 to 1885, which resulted in the division of the African continent among Great.
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11._____________ painted The Night Watch (fig. 15.14) in 1642 to represent the Amsterdam civic guard. A. Pieter de Hooch B. Peter Paul Rubens C. Judith Leyster D. Clara Peeters E. Rembrandt van Rijn 12._____________ composed The Four Seasons. A. Claudio Monteverdi B. Johann Sebastian Bach C. Arcangelo Corelli D. Antonio Vivaldi E. Joseph Haydn 13._________________ is the most celebrated painting.
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55. Financial planning does not have specific techniques that will be effective for every individual and household. 56. Analyzing your current financial position is a part of the first stage of the financial planning process. 57. Developing financial goals is the first step in the financial planning process. 58. Risks associated with most.
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23. Francesco Borromini was the chief rival of Gianlorenzo Bernini. 24. Miguel de Cervantes developed the picaresque, a form of novel that details the life of a rogue or knave who wanders from adventure to adventure. 25. René Descartres is known as the “Father of Modern Philosophy” and is well known for.
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1. Opportunity cost refers to: A. current spending habits. B. changing economic conditions that affect a person's cost of living. C. storage facilities to make financial documents easily available. D. trade­offs associated with financial decisions. E. avoiding the use of consumer credit. 2. A home file should be used.
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11. The painter____________ worked in a style known as “color field painting.” A. Mark Rothko B. William de Kooning C. Roy Lichtenstein D. Jackson Pollock E. Lee Krasner 12. Robert Rauschenberg called work like the Odalisk (fig. 23.13)                          .  A. “action painting” B. “combine painting” C. “meldings” D. “environmental art” E. “pure information” 13._____________ designed “Prairie Houses”.
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1. Franz Joseph Haydn’s “Farewell” Symphony no. 45 was conceived as an explicit protest at the living conditions at the_____________ palace. A. Vienna B. Basel C. Berlin D. Eisenstadt E. Versailles 2. The ________________ style is marked by a shift in court taste from the poussiniste style to a rubéniste one. more A. Rococo B. Mannerism C. Baroque D..
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81. People are commonly overwhelmed by the many influences on personal financial decisions. What are the factors affecting financial planning? 82. How do interest rates influence financial planning? 83. What types of economic conditions are commonly associated with personal financial decisions? .
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1. On December 7, 1941                          . A. Nixon resigned B. John F. Kennedy was assassinated C. Apollo 11 landed on the moon D. Japanese forces attacked Pearl Harbor E. none of the above 2.                           introduced the philosophy of Existentialism. A. Thomas Hobbes B. René Descartes C. Søren Kierkegaard D. Jacques Derrida E. John Locke 3. The basis.
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25. Iconoclasm is the systematic celebration of religious icons. 26. Blank verse refers to rhyming couple, each line of which has fourteen syllables. 27. The humanist scholar Desiderius Erasmus was born in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, and is best known for his rejection of all elements of classical civilization. 28. A madrigal.
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11. The theme of a large portion of nineteenth-century literature is                          . A. good manners B. our ignorance of things C. patriotism D. survival E. family values 12._______________ wrote Wuthering Heights which is a perfect encapsulation of the Romantic sensibility in the “violence of its scenes and the extravagance of its style.” A. Emily Brontë B. Jane.
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11. One of the most virulent attacks on religious objects occurred in England where King Henry VIII ordered the destruction of monasteries in 1535. His systematic destruction of architecture associated with religion is an example of                          . A. patriotism B. iconoclasm C. etching D. both A and B E. none of the above 12._________________ are an.
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21. The Essays written by_____________ are a stunning example of Renaissance individualism grounded in humanism.  A. Erasmus B. Martin Luther C. Montaigne D. William Shakespeare E. Kit Marlowe 22. Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing is a                          .  A. comedy B. history C. tragedy D. romance E. mystery 23._____________ was the most important satirical work of the Renaissance. A. Erasmus’s.
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24. Gustave Flaubert wrote Madame Bovary as a comprehensive attack on Romantic sensibility. 25. A leitmotif is a long musical passage popularized by Richard Wagner. 26. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe’s The Sorrows of Young Werther is his contribution to the Sturm und Drang movement that espoused Enlightenment objectivity, rationality, and.
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11.___________ is the focus of the Guerilla Girls. A. The gender inequities in the art scene B. The nudity of female art figures C. The need for more minority representation in art gallery attendance D. The need to make art galleries handicapped accessible E. both A and C 12. The stories of Maxine Hong Kingston’s.
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1. Developments in ideas about the structure of the__________, especially in proving that it is divisible, occurred in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. A. microscope B. treatment of animals by humans C. atom D. third dimension E. both A and B 2. Claude Debussy was to nineteenth-century French music what Pierre-Auguste Renoir.
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1. Thomas Morley favored____________ in which a single melody is employed with harmonic support. A. disputations B. homophonic texture C. motets D. oratorios E. sonnets 2. The central panel in Robert Campin’s Mérode Altarpiece (fig. 14.1) depicts the                          . A. Resurrection B. Creator C. salvation and redemption of humankind D. Temptation E. Annunciation 3.                           wrote Ninety-five Theses,.
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1. Personal financial planning has the main goal of: A. Savings and investing for future needs. B. Reducing a person's tax liability. C. Managing money to achieve personal economic satisfaction. D. Spending to achieve financial objectives. E. Savings, spending, and borrowing based on current needs. 2. The first step.
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11. Georges Seurat employed the____________ technique in Sunday Afternoon on La Grande Jatte (fig. 18.10). A. color field B. tenebrist C. theatrical D. pointillist E. action painting 12.____________ sculpted The Thinker (fig. 18.15). A. Auguste Rodin B. Lorenzo Ghiberti C. Donatello D. Berthe Morisot E. Camille Claudel 13.____________ is known as the “father of abstract art.” A. Claude Monet B. Henri Matisse.
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1. Isabel Allende’s novel The House of Spirits (1982) creates a fictional world that reconstructs the history of                          . A. Chile B. Brazil C. Peru D. Argentina E. Paraguay 2. Frida Kahlo’s self-portrait, The Two Fridas (fig. 21.8), shows the influence of the artistic style. A. Cubism B. Fauvism C. Realism D. Surrealism E. Regionalism 3.                           .
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11.____________ by Henri Matisse perfectly encapsulates the tenets of Fauvism in its “raw contrasts of pure color in flat planes.” A. Woman with a Hat B. Three Forms C. Object (Le Déjeuner en Fourrure D. Reclining Figure E. The Fountain 12. Nazi’s were proponents of the policy of____________, which they claimed justified the geographic expansion of the “superior”.
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1. Ralph Waldo Emerson called himself a(n)                          . A. Realist B. Renaissance man C. Transcendentalist D. Impressionist E. Neoclassicist 2. The novel_______________ by Robert Louis Stevenson embodies the conflict between the classical mind and the new Romantic mind. A. Walden B. Moby Dick C. Treasure Island D. The Scarlet Letter E. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde 3. Both Goya’s The.
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20. Adam Smith was an ardent opponent of the Industrial Revolution. 21. The Enlightenment was a period in which a group of intellectuals called philosophes believed that through reason, humanity could achieve a perfect society. 22. Carolus Linnaeus developed the biological classification system used to identify species that is still in use.
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1.____________ is described as the “poet of the brush.” A. Shen Zhou B. Qiu Ying C. Bei Dao D. Zhu Da E. Cao Xuequin 2._____________ was the most innovative development of the Qing dynasty. A. Poetry B. Prose fiction C. Autobiography D. Essay E. Linked verse  3. The _____________ dynasty was a short, but nevertheless a culturally significant, reign. A. Yuan  B. Ming C..
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25. Cubism was a movement that emphasized creating the illusion of reality by representing an object from a single vantage point. 26. Diego Rivera was a Mexican artist who is famous for his small, precisely rendered sculptures. 27. James Joyce use a stream of consciousness technique to get readers into the.
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1.                           is the chief practitioner of Poststructuralism. A. Roland Barthes B. Jacques Derrida C. Søren Kierkegaard D. Jean-Paul Sartre E. Simone de Beauvoir 2. Arguably, ___________ has had the greatest impact on the public’s opinion of women in the arts. A. Marisol B. Eleanor Antin C. Betye Saar D. Cindy Sherman E. Judy Chicago 3. The approach to culture called Structuralism was.
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11.______________ is(are) unattainable in Petrarch’s sonnets. A. God B. The self C. Laura D. His parents E. Salvation 12________________painted a number of frescoes in the monastery of San Marco, Florence, including an Annunciation (fig. 13.12).  A. Leonardo da Vinci B. Sandro Botticelli C. Piero della Francesca D. Masaccio E. Fra Angelico 13. The major landmark of Florence, the,______________ was designed by.
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19. Edgar Degas has been called a “linear Impressionist” because of his precise draftsmanship. 20. Albert Einstein proposed his “Theory of Relativity” in 1905, but it was not until 1919 that mathematical equations central to his theory could be confirmed. 21. The Post-Impressionist artist Paul Gauguin left his wife and five children.
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1. In 1868, Japan returned to rule by emperor, inaugurating a period known as the                          . A. Meiji era B. Kamakura period C. Edo period D. Momoyama period E. Muromachi period 2. Woodblock prints were closely associated with A. Beijing opera B. Kabuki theater C. Hsi-wen D. Bunraku puppet theater E. bushido  . 3. Muromachi gardens.
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1. The “Manifesto” was the founding document of                          . A. Cubism B. Futurism C. Fauvism D. Vienna Secession E. German Expressionism 2.                           composed Porgy and Bess. A. George Gershwin B. Scott Joplin C. Aaron Copland D. Louis Armstrong E. Dizzie Gillespie 3. The____________ movement, founded in 1917 in Holland, sought to integrate painting, sculpture, architecture, and industrial design,.
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20. Sonny Okosun’s blend of African and Western sounds are based on the Ghanaian music known as highlife.  21. The gelede masking tradition comes from the Baule of the Ivory Coast. 22. The Sengalese scholar Leopold Senghor founded the movement called negritude which stressed the cultural achievements and unity of all people.
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27. A baptistery is a sacred structure used for celebrating the Eucharistic ceremony. 28. Petrarch’s Canzoniere (Songbook) contains 366 poems: sonnets, ballads, sestinas, madrigals, and canzoni. 29. Properzia de’ Rossi was from Cremona. 30. Angnolo Bronzino’s Allegory with Venus and Cupid (fig. 13.2738) is typically Mannerist in its ambiguity and complexity. 31. Wealthy Florentines.
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21. In Tintoretto’s version of The Last Supper (fig. 13.28) _____________helps draw our attention to Christ.  A. glaze B. geometry C. color D. light E. people pointing 22. The technique found in Lorenzo Ghiberti’s The Creation of Adam and Eve (fig. 13.6) in which events are presented simultaneously that took place sequentially is called                          . A. verisimilitude B..
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11. Jacques-Louis David’s theme in The Oath of the Horatii (fig. 16.11) is__________ A. Roman heroic stoicism and high principles B. the pledging of eternal love  C. the swearing in of Napoleon D. none of the above E. both A and C 12. Jean-Antoine Houdon’s George Washington (fig. 16.14). symbolized the states by . A. the.
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65. Inflation reduces the buying power of money. 66. Lenders benefit less than borrowers in times of high inflation. 67. When prices are increasing at a rate of 6 percent, the cost of products would double in about 12 years. 68. A decrease in the demand for a product or service may result.
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1. John Donne’s A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning, is recognized for its extended analogy comparing lovers to                          . A. a sunrise B. a telescopic lens C. trees in a forest D. the two feet of a geometrician’s compass E. planets in orbit 2. In the seventeenth century, a distinctly secular brand of Baroque painting emerged in . A..
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