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Culture and Values, Volume II A Survey of the Humanities (with CD-ROM)

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6/1/2005
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Summary

Trusted by professors of the humanities survey course for over twenty years, CULTURE AND VALUES covers Western cultures along with important non-Western cultures, providing students solid, accessible introductions to art, music, philosophy, literature, and more. Available in two volumes, or as an alternate single volume without end-of-chapter readings, this text remains the most readable and reliable textbook for college and university students in the integrated humanities.

Table of Contents

The Early Renaissance
3(42)
Toward the Renaissance
3(1)
The First Phase: Masaccio, Ghiberti, and Brunelleschi
3(1)
Voices of Their Times Fra Savonarola
4(6)
The Medici Era
10(7)
Cosimo de' Medici
11(2)
Piero de' Medici
13(2)
Lorenzo the Magnificent
15(2)
Values Intellectual Synthesis
17(6)
The Character of Renaissance Humanism
23(3)
Pico della Mirandola
24(1)
Printing Technology and the Spread of Humanism
25(1)
Women and the Renaissance
25(1)
Two Styles of Humanism
26(2)
Machiavelli
26(1)
Erasmus
26(2)
Music in the Fifteenth Century
28(1)
Guillaume Dufay
28(1)
Music in Medici Florence
28(1)
Summary
29(1)
Key Terms
29(1)
Pronunciation Guide
29(1)
Exercises
30(1)
Your Resources
30(1)
Further Reading
30(1)
Reading Selections
Pico della Mirandola: Oration on the Dignity of Man
30(1)
Laura Cereta: Defense of the Liberal Instruction of Women and Against Women Who Disparage Learned Women
31(3)
Niccolo Machiavelli: The Prince
34(2)
Desiderius Erasmus: The Praise of Folly
36(9)
The High Renaissance in Italy
45(32)
Popes and Patronage
45(4)
Raphael
45(1)
Michelangelo
46(3)
Voices of Their Times Donna Vittoria and Michelangelo
49(6)
The New Saint Peter's
53(2)
The High Renaissance in Venice
55(1)
Giorgione
55(1)
Values Patronage
56(3)
Titian
57(1)
Tintoretto
57(2)
Mannerism
59(3)
Lavinia Fontana
61(1)
Sofonisba Anguissola
61(1)
Music in the Sixteenth Century
62(3)
Music at the Papal Court
62(1)
Venetian Music
63(1)
Contrasting Renaissance Voices
63(1)
Castiglione
63(1)
Cellini
64(1)
Summary
65(1)
Key Terms
65(1)
Pronunciation Guide
66(1)
Exercises
66(1)
Your Resources
66(1)
Further Reading
66(1)
Reading Selections
Baldassare Castiglione: The Courtier
67(3)
Benvenuto Cellini: The Autobiography
70(7)
The Renaissance in the North
77(82)
The Reformation
78(2)
Voices of Their Times Katherine Zell
80(3)
Causes of the Reformation
80(1)
Renaissance Humanism and the Reformation
81(2)
Values Reform
83(2)
Cultural Significance of the Reformation
83(2)
Intellectual Developments
85(2)
Montaigne's Essays
85(1)
The Growth of Science
85(2)
The Visual Arts in Northern Europe
87(4)
Painting in Germany: Durer, Grunewald, Altdorfer
87(4)
Painting in the Netherlands: Bosch and Bruegel
91(4)
Art and Architecture in France
95(1)
Art in Elizabethan England
96(3)
Music of the Northern Renaissance
99(2)
Music in France and Germany
99(1)
Elizabethan Music
100(1)
English Literature: Shakespeare
101(3)
Summary
104(1)
Key Terms
105(1)
Pronunciation Guide
106(1)
Exercises
106(1)
Your Resources
106(1)
Further Reading
106(1)
Reading Selections
Michel Eyquem de Montaigne: Of Cannibals
107(4)
Martin Luther: Enchiridion
111(1)
The Ten Commandments
112(1)
The Creed
113(1)
The Lord's Prayer
114(1)
The Sacrament of Holy Communion
115(1)
Confession and Absolution
115(1)
The Sacrament of the Altar
116(1)
Morning and Evening Prayers
116(1)
Grace at Table
116(1)
Table of Duties
117(1)
William Shakespeare: Hamlet, Prince of Denmark
118(41)
The Baroque World
159(62)
The Counter-Reformation Spirit
159(2)
The Visual Arts in the Baroque Period
161(7)
Painting in Rome: Caravaggio and the Carracci
161(4)
Roman Baroque Sculpture and Architecture: Bernini and Borromini
165(3)
Baroque Art in France and Spain
168(7)
Baroque Art in Northern Europe
175(2)
Voices of Their Times Giambattista Passeri
177(6)
Baroque Music
183(5)
The Birth of Opera
184(1)
Baroque Instrumental and Vocal Music: Johann Sebastian Bach
185(3)
Philosophy and Science in the Baroque Period
188(2)
Galileo
188(1)
Descartes
189(1)
Values Scientific Truth
190(2)
Hobbes and Locke
191(1)
Literature in the Seventeenth Century
192(3)
French Baroque Comedy and Tragedy
192(1)
The Novel in Spain: Cervantes
192(1)
The English Metaphysical Poets
193(1)
Milton's Heroic Vision
194(1)
Summary
195(1)
Key Terms
196(1)
Pronunciation Guide
196(1)
Exercises
197(1)
Your Resources
197(1)
Further Reading
197(1)
Reading Selections
Thomas Hobbes: Leviathan
198(1)
John Locke: An Essay Concerning Human Understanding, Book I
199(2)
Richard Crashaw: On the Wounds of Our Crucified Lord
201(1)
John Donne: The Canonization
201(1)
Moliere (Jean Baptiste Poquelin): Tartuffe, Act III
201(4)
Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra: The Adventures of Don Quixote: Part II, Chapters 10 and 11
205(5)
John Milton: Paradise Lost, Book I
210(11)
The Eighteenth Century: From Rococo to Revolution
221(50)
Age of Diversity
221(1)
The Visual Arts in the Eighteenth Century
222(10)
The Rococo Style
222(6)
Neo-Classical Art
228(4)
Classical Music
232(6)
The Classical Symphony
234(2)
Haydn
236(1)
Mozart
236(2)
Literature in the Eighteenth Century
238(1)
Intellectual Developments
238(1)
Voices of Their Times Horace Walpole
239(4)
The Late Eighteenth Century: Time of Revolution
243(2)
Values Revolution
245(1)
Summary
246(1)
Key Terms
247(1)
Pronunciation Guide
248(1)
Exercises
248(1)
Your Resources
248(1)
Further Reading
248(1)
Reading Selections
Alexander Pope: Essay on Man, Epistle I
249(2)
Jonathan Swift: A Modest Proposal
251(3)
Jean Jacques Rousseau: Emile
254(2)
Voltaire: Candide or Optimism
256(15)
The Romantic Era
271(56)
The Concerns of Romanticism
271(1)
The Intellectual Background
272(3)
Music in the Romantic Era
275(9)
Beethoven
275(3)
Instrumental Music after Beethoven
278(1)
The Age of the Virtuosos
279(1)
Musical Nationalism
280(1)
Opera in Italy: Verdi
280(1)
Opera in Germany: Wagner
281(3)
Romantic Art
284(10)
Painting at the Turn of the Century: Goya
284(2)
Painting and Architecture in France: Romantics and Realists
286(6)
Painting in Germany and England
292(2)
Literature in the Nineteenth Century
294(4)
Goethe
294(1)
Romantic Poetry
295(1)
The Novel
296(2)
Voices of Their Times Isabella Bird Meets a Mountain Man
298(1)
The Romantic Era in America
299(2)
American Literature
300(1)
Values Nationalism
301(3)
American Painting
302(2)
Summary
304(3)
Key Terms
307(1)
Pronunciation Guide
307(1)
Your Resources
308(1)
Exercises
308(1)
Further Reading
308(1)
Reading Selections
Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels: The Communist Manifesto
308(2)
William Wordsworth: Tintern Abbey
310(1)
Percy Bysshe Shelley: Two Poems
311(1)
John Keats: Ode to a Nightingale
312(1)
Charles Dickens: Oliver Twist
312(4)
Leo Tolstoy: The Three Hermits
316(2)
Edgar Allan Poe: The Oval Portrait
318(1)
Walt Whitman: Leaves of Grass, Five Poems from Songs of Parting
319(3)
Emily Dickinson: Six Poems
322(5)
Toward the Modern Era: 1870--1914
327(40)
The Growing Unrest
327(2)
New Movements in the Visual Arts
329(16)
Impressionism
330(6)
Post-Impressionism
336(4)
Fauvism and Expressionism
340(5)
New Styles in Music
345(1)
Orchestral Music at the Turn of the Nineteenth Century
345(1)
Values Colonialism
346(2)
Voices of Their Times Gustav Mahler
348(4)
Impressionism in Music
349(1)
The Search for a New Musical Language
350(2)
New Subjects for Literature
352(2)
Psychological Insights in the Novel
352(1)
Responses to a Changing Society: The Role of Women
353(1)
Summary
354(1)
Key Terms
355(1)
Pronunciation Guide
356(1)
Exercises
356(1)
Your Resources
356(1)
Further Reading
356(1)
Reading Selections
Anton Chekhov: The Bet
357(2)
Henrik Ibsen: A Doll's House, Act III
359(3)
Kate Chopin: The Story of an Hour
362(5)
India, China, and Japan: From the Medieval to the Modern World
367(28)
India: From Mughal Conquest to British Rule
367(1)
The Mughal Empire
367(4)
Mughal Art
367(3)
The End of Mughal Rule and the Arrival of the British
370(1)
The Rise of Nationalism
371(1)
Chinese Culture under Imperial Rule
371(4)
The Arts under the Ming Dynasty
372(3)
Voices of Their Times The Emperor of China Studies Western Mathematics
375(1)
The Qing Dynasty: China and the Western Powers
375(2)
The Art and Culture of Japan
377(4)
Early Japanese History and Culture
377(3)
The Period of Feudal Rule
380(1)
The Edo Period
380(1)
Modern Japan: The Meiji
381(1)
Summary
382(2)
Key Terms
384(1)
Pronunciation Guide
384(1)
Exercises
384(1)
Your Resources
385(1)
Further Reading
385(1)
Reading Selections
Prem Chand: The Shroud
385(3)
Wu Ch'eng-en: Monkey, Chapter XV
388(2)
Basho: Selected Haiku
390(5)
The Peoples and Cultures of Africa
395(18)
Religion and Society in Early Africa
395(1)
Three Early African Kingdoms: Ghana, Benin, and Zimbabwe
395(3)
African Literature
398(2)
Traditional African Art in the Modern Period
400(1)
Voices of Their Times An Arab and a European Visit Africa
401(2)
The Impact of African Culture on the West
403(1)
Summary
404(2)
Key Terms
406(1)
Pronunciation Guide
406(1)
Exercises
406(1)
Your Resources
406(1)
Further Reading
406(1)
Reading Selection
Chinua Achebe: No Longer at Ease, Chapter One
407(6)
Between the World Wars
413(44)
The Great War (World War I) and Its Significance
413(1)
Literary Modernism
413(3)
T.S. Eliot and James Joyce
414(1)
Franz Kafka
414(1)
Virginia Woolf
414(2)
Voices of Their Times Virginia Woolf
416(1)
The Revolution in Art: Cubism
416(5)
Values Disillusionment
421(1)
Freud, the Unconscious, and Surrealism
421(3)
The Age of Jazz
424(2)
George Gershwin
426(1)
Duke Ellington
426(1)
The Harlem Renaissance
426(1)
Ballet: Collaboration in Art
426(1)
Art as Escape: Dada
427(1)
Art as Protest: Guernica
428(2)
Art as Propaganda: Film
430(1)
Photography
431(1)
Art as Prophecy: From Futurism to Brave New World
432(2)
Summary
434(1)
Key Terms
434(1)
Pronunciation Guide
435(1)
Exercises
435(1)
Your Resources
435(1)
Further Reading
435(1)
Reading Selections
T. S. Eliot: The Hollow Men
435(1)
Poems: Langston Hughes and Countee Cullen
436(2)
Helene Johnson: Bottled (1907)
438(1)
James Joyce: Ulysses
438(7)
Franz Kafka: The Trial
445(3)
Aldous Huxley: Brave New World
448(9)
The Contemporary Contour
457(53)
Toward a Global Culture
457(1)
Existentialism
458(1)
Painting Since 1945
459(2)
Voices of Their Times Georgia O'Keeffe
461(9)
Abstract Expressionism
461(3)
The Return to Representation
464(6)
Contemporary Sculpture
470(4)
Values Liberation
474(4)
Architecture
478(7)
Some Trends in Contemporary Literature
485(3)
A Note on the Postmodern
487(1)
Music Since 1945
488(4)
Avant-Garde Developments
488(1)
The New Minimalists
489(1)
Traditional Approaches to Modern Music
490(1)
Popular (Pop) Music
490(2)
Summary
492(1)
Key Terms
492(1)
Pronunciation Guide
493(1)
Exercises
493(1)
Your Resources
493(1)
Further Reading
493(1)
Reading Selections
Jean-Paul Sartre: Existentialism as a Humanism
494(2)
Elie Wiesel: Night, Chapter V
496(2)
Flannery O'Connor: Revelation
498(7)
Three Women Poets
505(2)
Toni Morrison: Nobel Prize Speech
507(3)
Glossary 510(14)
Index 524(13)
Photo Credits 537(3)
Literary Credits 540


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