Free Verse Poetry that does not have a regular meter or rhyme scheme Metrical Verse poetry with a regular meter Tetrameter a verse line having four metrical feet Pentameter a verse line having five metrical feet Hexameter a verse line having six metrical feet Stressed a stressed foot Unstressed an unstressed foot Iamb a metrical unit with unstressed-stressed syllables Anapest a metrical unit with unstressed-unstressed-stressed syllables Trochee a metrical unit
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The documentary film “An Inconvenient Truth” about former vice president Al Gore’s campaign to warn the public about climate change is an example of which of the following purposes of art? Art edifying and persuading. What is the innate or learned ability to appreciate a work of art? Aesthetic perception Which of the following American poets helped establish “jazz poetry”? Langston Hughes Which of the following is a primary color?
Name: Instructor: Course: Date Hassan al-Banna Hassan al-Banna’s name was originally Sheikh Hasan Ahmed Abdel Rahman Muhammed al-Banna but since it was rather long, he adopted a shorter version, Hassan al-Banna. He is of Egyptian origin and was a Muslim as the country id heavily dominated by Muslims. Hasan was born in 1906, and he died in 1949. Professionally, he was an imam, that is, an Islamic religious leader and
Name: Course: Lecturer: Date: Giovanni Tiepolo Giovanni Tiepolo is one of the most recognized rococo artists of the eighteenth century, and few people have managed to create art that is as lasting and appreciated as his is. Giovanni Tiepolo was born in Venice in 1696, and he lived until 1770. He is one of the greatest painters in Italy, and his work has influenced many people over the years. As
IntroductionThe concept of narrative inart and design is the most significant component in the art industry. Art anddesign field will be meaningless and powerless to the viewers without narrativeconcept. Artworks are meant to carry out a specific message and talk to theaudients, they should tell proceeding story and a cycle of events whichgradually develop with the moment in time. The narrative in art is intended toconnect the viewer to the
The historical development of a discipline can be defined as the changes made in the methodology, concepts and language of the discipline. The duration of these developments and the impact it has on the quality of knowledge varies. Thus, is the relationship between the quality of knowledge and duration of historical development mathematical in the sense that they are directly proportional to each other? Furthermore, how can they be directly
.Renaissance The term originally described a period of cultural, technological, and artistic vitality during the economic expansion in Britain in the late 1500s and early 1600s. Thinkers at this time and later saw themselves as rediscovering and redistributing the legacy of classical Greco-Roman culture by renewing forgotten studies and artistic practices, hence the name “renaissance” or “rebirth.” They believed they were breaking with the days of “ignorance” and “superstition” represented
flapper in the United States and Europe in the 1920s, a rebellious young woman Prohibition a ban on the manufacture and sale of alcohol in the U.S. from 1920 to 1933 speakeasies illegal bars Describe the Jazz Age and some of the reactions to it Some people embraced rebelliousness and experimentation, symbolized by the new sound of jazz. Meanwhile, others supported the Prohibition amendment, and fundamentalists supported traditional Christian ideas
Which of the following does the study of multicultural literature promote? Greater open-mindedness Renaissance visual arts strove for ________ representation of the human body. Realistic Which of the following influences has led many to look beyond the culture of Western antiquity to other cultural traditions? Multiculturalism Which of the following works was the subject of a landmark court case about the conflict between artistic freedom of expression and public morality?