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Multiple Choice



This activity contains 20 questions.

Question 1.
In England the time period covered by Chapter 13 was known as the __________ age.


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Question 2.
One of the great religious objections of the period was to Charles Darwin’s publication of his book __________.


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Question 3.
John Stuart Mill advocated women’s right to vote in his essay __________.


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Question 4.
Karl Marx hypothesized the laws of historical progress by which revolutions might lead to the good society in his book __________.


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Question 5.
Gustave Courbet indicated scenes of ordinary provincial life outraged the Parisian art public through a movement called __________.


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Question 6.
Courbet’s realism outraged the Parisian art public because the official art world expected painters to depict __________.


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Question 7.
The painter of The Horse Fair and the most famous female painter of her day was __________.


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Question 8.
The artist Honore Daumier’s realistic attitude was achieved through printmaking and __________.


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Question 9.
In the U.S. during the post-Civil War years the two proponents of realism were __________ and __________.


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Question 10.
The English novelist who was perhaps the most outspoken protester against the injustices of industrialism was __________.


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Question 11.
The use of all twelve musical tones is called __________.


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Question 12.
Claude Debussy is most closely associated with a type of music called __________.


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Question 13.
The ukiyo-e color prints of Japan painters were also known by the name of multi-color or __________.


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Question 14.
Henrik Ibsen’s play about inner conflicts of middle-class society was __________.


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Question 15.
The name given to the Impressionist art movement came from


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Question 16.
The Eiffel Tower was erected in ___________ but was not meant to become a landmark.


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Question 17.
The development of Art Nouveau was centered in _____________ and spread throughout the world.


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Question 18.
The Italian composer who rose to become one of the geniuses of the opera during the late nineteenth century was _______________.


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Question 19.
Among the Impressionist group of artists, who was an American expatriate?


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Question 20.
The painting The Great Wave off Kanazawa is _______________.


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