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Multiple Choice



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Question 1.
The movement that glorified the individual and prized feeling over reason and intellect is called


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Question 2.
David compared Napoleon to which two famous generals


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Question 3.
Who led the revolution that overthrew colonial rule on the island of Hispaniola?


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Question 4.
A German art song often using poetry for lyrics is known as the


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Question 5.
Which Romantic drama symbolized the desire to burst all human constraint and indulge in an unquenched desire for all human experience?


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Question 6.
The French artist most inspired by the Byronic hero was


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Question 7.
The greatest artist of Romantic protest was


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Question 8.
Who said, "One Power alone makes a Poet: Imagination, Divine Vision."


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Question 9.
Thomas Cole was the founder of the American landscape painting school called the


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Question 10.
It was the Apache storytelling tradition that if you were to remember an entire story told to you, you had to


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Question 11.
Music that explicitly tells a story or describes a place is called


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Question 12.
What well-known Gothic novel evolved from a ghost-story competition?


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Question 13.
Which of the following events took place first?


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Question 14.
Who was one of the 19th century philosophers whose comprehensive idealism dominated European thought?


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Question 15.
Which of the following composers was considered to be a virtuoso?


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