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Art History

Andy Warhol’s Soup Cans and Bob Marley’s Get Up Stand Up

It is not universally accepted that knowledge is present in works of art. This is because when one thinks about knowledge, one often does so regarding scientific knowledge. This perception creates an environment where artists feel an increasing amount of pressure to compete with sciences and provide proof that art...

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The Renaissance, the Reformation, and the Catholic Church

Without a doubt, both Catholicism and the culture of the Renaissance inherited numerous aspects in common that originate from the medieval times. In fact, the philosophical foundation was later on transposed onto the political and educational dimensions. With the change of attitudes among the Catholic Church, people who lived at...

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Renaissance Poetry

The nature of Renaissance poetry, certainly as seen in the sonnets of Shakespeare, is both complex and rich in meaning. The poet uses elegant language, strict iambic pentameter structure, metaphors, and other devices to “paint a picture,” and one usually expressing a deeply personal concern. The devices then add to...

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The Renaissance and Reformation

The Renaissance, which began in the 1300s in Italy and spread throughout Europe by the 1600s, was a cultural, political and religious turning point in world history. The movement began in the city of Florence, Italy, which was influenced by Greek philosophies of humanism (Bauer 33). Humanism is a type...

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The Harlem Renaissance and the Poetry of Langston Hughes

The cultural moment of the Harlem Renaissance during the 1920s was an especially significant time in American history for the literary, artistic, and musical expression of the Blacks who shaped its experience. While there were many influential creative people who shared in this important era, Langston Hughes is a writer...

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