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Culture and Values

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Edition:
4th
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9780155054585

ISBN10:
0155054589
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Pub. Date:
11/12/1997
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Wadsworth Publishing
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Table of Contents

Preface v
The Arts: An Introduction xiii
The Beginnings of Civilization
1(30)
The Earliest People and Their Art
3(17)
Ancient Egypt
6(7)
The Cultures of Mesopotamia
13(7)
Aegean Culture in the Bronze Age
20(7)
Cycladic Art
20(1)
The Excavation of Knossos
21(4)
Schliemann and the Discovery of Mycenae
25(2)
Summary
27(4)
Pronunciation Guide
28(1)
Exercises
29(1)
Further Reading
29(2)
Early Greece
31(26)
Homer and the Heroic Age
33(5)
Art and Society in Early Greece
38(1)
Geometric Art
38(1)
The Age of Colonization
39(2)
The Visual Arts at Corinth and Athens
41(1)
The Beginnings of Greek Sculpture
42(5)
Sculpture and Painting in the Archaic Period
43(4)
Architecture: The Doric and Ionic Orders
47(1)
Music and Dance in Early Greece
48(3)
Early Greek Literature and Philosophy
51(2)
Lyric Poetry
51(2)
The First Philosophers: The Presocratics
53(1)
Herodotus, The First Greek Historian
53(1)
Summary
53(4)
Pronunciation Guide
54(1)
Exercises
54(1)
Further Reading
54(3)
Classical Greece and the Hellenistic Period
57(32)
The Classical Ideal
59(3)
Drama and Philosophy in Classical Greece
62(7)
The Drama Festivals of Dionysus
62(1)
The Athenian Tragic Dramatists
63(3)
Aristophanes and Greek Comedy
66(1)
Philosophy in the Late Classical Period
67(2)
Greek Music in the Classical Period
69(1)
The Visual Arts in Classical Greece
70(8)
Sculpture and Vase Painting in the Fifth Century B.C.
70(3)
Architecture in the Fifth Century B.C.
73(5)
The Visual Arts in the Fourth Century B.C.
78(3)
The Hellenistic Period
81(5)
Summary
86(1)
Exercises
87(1)
Pronunciation Guide
87(1)
Further Reading
87(2)
The Roman Legacy
89(36)
The Importance of Rome
91(1)
The Etruscans and Their Art
92(3)
Republican Rome (509--31 B.C.)
95(5)
Literary Developments during the Republic
96(1)
Roman Philosophy and Law
97(2)
Republican Art and Architecture
99(1)
Imperial Rome (31 B.C.--A.D. 476)
100(16)
Augustan Literature: Vergil
101(3)
Augustan Sculpture
104(2)
The Evidence of Pompeii
106(5)
Roman Imperial Architecture
111(3)
Rome as the Object of Satire
114(2)
The End of the Roman Empire
116(2)
Late Roman Art and Architecture
116(2)
Summary
118(2)
Pronunciation Guide
120(1)
Exercises
120(1)
Further Reading
120(1)
Interlude: Antony and Cleopatra
121(4)
Jerusalem and Early Christianity
125(18)
Judaism and Early Christianity
127(13)
The Hebrew Bible and Its Message
128(3)
The Beginnings of Christianity
131(4)
Frescoes (Wall Paintings Done on Fresh Plaster)
135(2)
Glass and Sculpture
137(1)
Inscriptions
137(3)
Summary
140(3)
Pronunciation Guide
140(1)
Exercises
141(1)
Further Reading
141(2)
Byzantium and the Rise of Islam
143(27)
The Decline of Rome
145(1)
Literature and Philosophy
145(2)
Augustine of Hippo
145(1)
Boethius
146(1)
The Ascendancy of Byzantium
147(4)
Hagia Sophia: Monument and Symbol
148(3)
Ravenna
151(8)
Art and Architecture
151(8)
Saint Catherine's Monastery at Mount Sinai
159(4)
The Persistence of Byzantine Culture
163(2)
The Rise of Islam
165(2)
The Culture of Islam
165(2)
Summary
167(3)
Exercises
168(1)
Pronunciation Guide
168(1)
Further Reading
168(2)
Charlemagne and the Rise of Medieval Culture
170(24)
Charlemagne as Ruler and Diplomat
173(2)
Learning in the Time of Charlemagne
175(1)
Benedictine Monasticism
176(2)
The Rule of Saint Benedict
177(1)
Women and the Monastic Life
178(1)
Monasticism and Gregorian Chant
178(2)
Liturgical Music and the Rise of Drama
180(1)
The Liturgical Trope
180(1)
The Quem Quæritis Trope
180(1)
The Morality Play: Everyman
181(1)
Nonliturgical Drama
181(1)
The Legend of Charlemagne: Song of Roland
182(1)
The Visual Arts
183(3)
The Illuminated Book
183(3)
Charlemagne's Palace at Aachen
186(7)
The Carolingian Monastery
188(1)
The Romanesque Style
188(5)
Summary
193(1)
Pronunciation Guide
193(1)
Exercises
193(1)
Further Reading
193(1)
High Middle Ages: The Search for Synthesis
194(34)
The Significance of Paris
197(1)
The Gothic Style
197(12)
Suger's Building Program for Saint Denis
197(3)
The Mysticism of Light
200(4)
The Many Meanings of the Gothic Cathedral
204(4)
Music: The School of Notre Dame
208(1)
Scholasticism
209(9)
The Rise of the Universities
209(5)
Francis of Assisi
214(1)
Thomas Aquinas
214(4)
Dante's Divine Comedy
218(3)
Summary
221(7)
Exercises
222(1)
Pronunciation Guide
222(1)
Further Reading
222(2)
Interlude: Abelard and Heloise
224(4)
The Fourteenth Century: A Time Of Transition
228(28)
Calamity, Decay, and Violence
231(2)
The Black Death
231(1)
The Great Schism
231(1)
The Hundred Years' War
232(1)
Literature in Italy, England, and France
233(5)
Petrarch
233(2)
Petrarch's Sonnet 15
235(1)
Chaucer
235(2)
Christine de Pisan
237(1)
Art in Italy
238(7)
The Italo-Byzantine Background
238(3)
Giotto's Break with the Past
241(4)
Painting in Siena
245(1)
Art in Northern Europe
246(4)
Late Gothic Architecture
250(2)
Music: Ars Nova
252(2)
Summary
254(2)
Pronunciation Guide
255(1)
Exercises
255(1)
Further Reading
255(1)
The Early Renaissance
256(32)
Toward the Renaissance
259(1)
The First Phase: Masaccio, Ghiberti, and Brunelleschi
259(7)
The Medici Era
266(13)
Cosimo de'Medici
267(4)
Piero de'Medici
271(1)
Lorenzo the Magnificent
272(7)
The Character of Renaissance Humanism
279(4)
Pico della Mirandola
281(1)
Printing Technology and the Spread of Humanism
282(1)
Women and the Renaissance
283(1)
Two Styles of Humanism
283(2)
Machiavelli
283(1)
Erasmus
284(1)
Music in the Fifteenth Century
285(1)
Guillaume Dufay
285(1)
Music in Medici Florence
286(1)
Summary
286(2)
Pronunciation Guide
287(1)
Exercises
287(1)
Further Reading
287(1)
The High Renaissance in Italy
288(27)
Popes and Patronage
291(10)
Raphael
291(2)
Michelangelo
293(7)
The New Saint Peter's
300(1)
The High Renaissance in Venice
301(3)
Giorgione
302(1)
Titian
302(2)
Tintoretto
304(1)
Mannerism
304(4)
Sofonisba Anguissola
307(1)
Music in the Sixteenth Century
308(1)
Music at the Papal Court
308(1)
Venetian Music
309(1)
Contrasting Renaissance Voices
309(3)
Castiglione
310(1)
Cellini
311(1)
Summary
312(3)
Pronunciation Guide
312(1)
Exercises
312(1)
Further Reading
312(3)
The Renaissance in The North
315(33)
The Reformation
318(7)
Causes of the Reformation
320(2)
Renaissance Humanism and the Reformation
322(2)
Cultural Significance of the Reformation
324(1)
Intellectual Developments
325(3)
Montaigne's Essays
325(1)
The Growth of Science
326(2)
The Visual Arts in Northern Europe
328(5)
Painting in Germany: Durer, Grunewald, Altdorfer
328(5)
Painting in the Netherlands: Bosch and Bruegel
333(7)
Art and Architecture in France
336(1)
Art in Elizabethan England
337(3)
Music of the Northern Renaissance
340(3)
Music in France and Germany
340(1)
Elizabethan Music
340(3)
English Literature: Shakespeare
343(3)
Summary
346(2)
Pronunciation Guide
347(1)
Exercises
347(1)
Further Reading
347(1)
The Baroque World
348(42)
The Counter-Reformation Spirit
351(3)
The Visual Arts in the Baroque Period
354(22)
Painting in Rome: Caravaggio and the Carracci
354(6)
Roman Baroque Sculpture and Architecture: Bernini and Borromini
360(2)
Baroque Art in France and Spain
362(8)
Baroque Art in Northern Europe
370(6)
Baroque Music
376(5)
The Birth of Opera
377(1)
Baroque Instrumental and Vocal Music: Johann Sebastian Bach
378(3)
Philosophy and Science in the Baroque Period
381(4)
Galileo
381(2)
Descartes
383(1)
Hobbes and Locke
384(1)
Literature in the Seventeenth Century
385(2)
French Baroque Comedy and Tragedy
385(1)
The Novel in Spain: Cervantes
385(1)
The English Metaphysical Poets
386(1)
Milton's Heroic Vision
387(1)
Summary
387(3)
Pronunciation Guide
389(1)
Exercises
389(1)
Further Reading
389(1)
The Eighteenth Century: From Rococo to Revolution
390(32)
Age of Diversity
393(2)
The Visual Arts in the Eighteenth Century
395(10)
The Rococo Style
395(5)
Neoclassical Art
400(5)
Classical Music
405(6)
The Classical Symphony
406(2)
Haydn
408(1)
Mozart
408(3)
Literature in the Eighteenth Century
411(5)
Intellectual Developments
411(1)
Pope's Rococo Status
412(1)
Swift's Savage Indignation
412(2)
Rational Humanism: The Encyclopedists
414(1)
Voltaire's Philosophical Cynicism: Candide
415(1)
The Late Eighteenth Century: Time of Revolution
416(3)
Summary
419(3)
Pronunciation Guide
420(1)
Exercises
421(1)
Further Reading
421(1)
The Romantic Era
422(46)
The Concerns of Romanticism
425(1)
The Intellectual Background
426(3)
Music in the Romantic Era
429(10)
Beethoven
429(3)
Instrumental Music after Beethoven
432(1)
The Age of the Virtuosos
433(1)
Musical Nationalism
434(1)
Opera in Italy: Verdi
434(2)
Opera in Germany: Wagner
436(3)
Romantic Art
439(9)
Painting at the Turn of the Century: Goya
439(2)
Painting and Architecture in France: Romantics and Realists
441(6)
Painting in Germany and England
447(1)
Literature in the Nineteenth Century
448(6)
Goethe
448(2)
Romantic Poetry
450(1)
The Novel
451(3)
The Romantic Era in America
454(4)
American Literature
454(2)
American Painting
456(2)
Summary
458(10)
Pronunciation Guide
461(1)
Exercises
461(1)
Further Reading
461(1)
Interlude: Frederic Chopin and George Sand
462(6)
Toward the Modern Era: 1870--1914
468(34)
The Growing Unrest
471(2)
New Movements in the Visual Arts
473(17)
Impressionism
477(5)
Postimpressionism
482(4)
Fauvism and Expressionism
486(4)
New Styles in Music
490(7)
Orchestral Music at the Turn of the Century
490(4)
Impressionism in Music
494(1)
The Search for a New Musical Language
495(2)
New Subjects for Literature
497(2)
Psychological Insights in the Novel
497(1)
Responses to a Changing Society: The Role of Women
498(1)
Summary
499(3)
Pronunciation Guide
500(1)
Exercises
500(1)
Further Reading
501(1)
Between the World Wars
502(30)
The ``Great War'' and Its Significance
505(1)
Literary Modernism
505(2)
T. S. Eliot and James Joyce
506(1)
Franz Kafka
506(1)
Virginia Woolf
506(1)
The Revolution in Art: Cubism
507(5)
Freud, the Unconscious, and Surrealism
512(5)
The Age of Jazz
517(2)
George Gershwin
518(1)
Duke Ellington
518(1)
The Harlem Renaissance
519(1)
Ballet: Collaboration in Art
519(7)
Art as Escape: Dada
520(1)
Art as Protest: Guernica
521(1)
Art as Propaganda: Film
522(2)
Photography
524(1)
Art as Prophecy: From Futurism to Brave New World
525(1)
Summary
526(6)
Pronunciation Guide
526(1)
Exercises
526(1)
Further Reading
527(1)
Interlude: Virginia and Leonard Woolf
528(4)
The Contemporary Contour
532(41)
Toward a Global Culture
535(3)
Existentialism
536(2)
Painting since 1945
538(11)
Abstract Expressionism
539(4)
The Return to Representation
543(6)
Contemporary Sculpture
549(7)
Architecture
556(8)
Some Trends in Contemporary Literature
564(1)
A Note on the Postmodern
565(1)
Music since 1945
565(4)
Avant-Garde Developments
565(2)
The New Minimalists
567(1)
Traditional Approaches to Modern Music
568(1)
Popular Music
568(1)
Summary
569(4)
Pronunciation Guide
570(1)
Exercises
570(1)
Further Reading
570(3)
Glossary 573(8)
Index 581(20)
Photographic Credits 601(4)
Literary Acknowledgments 605


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