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Question 1.
The spirit of enlightenment believed


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Question 2.
The thinkers of the Enlightenment included


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Question 3.
The Paris salons of the Rococo period met in a hotel which really meant


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Question 4.
In Vienna, the Emperor Joseph II enjoyed the same artistic diversions as his royal counterparts in


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Question 5.
When talking about the eighteenth century the term bourgeois is often used to mean


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Question 6.
During the eighteenth century “epic of the middle class” referred to


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Question 7.
Middle-class Europeans supported the theater in much the same way it was supported by the middle class in


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Question 8.
When Johann Joachim Winckelmann said, “There is but one way for the moderns to become great, and perhaps unequaled . . . he was talking about imitating the


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Question 9.
Eighteenth century musicians did not reach back to classical sources in music because


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Question 10.
One way writers criticized human folly was through the use of


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Question 11.
Jonathan Swift’s satiric journal of travels was called


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Question 12.
Voltaire’s tale of a young man’s struggle to make sense of a world of violence and prejudice was


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