Course World Cultures II
Test Week 5 Quiz 4 (40 pts)
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Instructions This quiz covers Chapters 27 and 28. This course has similar weekly quizzes in weeks 2-11. This quiz has ten questions (5 per chapter) drawn from a large question pool; each question is worth four points. The questions are based on last week’s reading assignment, so it normally is wise to take this quiz early in this week while that reading is fresh in mind.
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  • Question 1

4 out of 4 points

As discussed in the chapter’s “Continuity and Change” section, what might Théodore Géricault have aimed to capture in his series of portraits of the insane?
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The downtrodden and forgotten

Correct Answer:  

The downtrodden and forgotten

  • Question 2

4 out of 4 points

Why did Francisco Goya paint The Third of May, 1808, with such graphic reality?
Selected Answer:  

To show the horrors of war

Correct Answer:  

To show the horrors of war

  • Question 3

4 out of 4 points

In “Tintern Abbey,” why does Wordsworth believe he looks at the world differently than he did five years previously?
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He now sees the connection between all things

Correct Answer:  

He now sees the connection between all things

  • Question 4

4 out of 4 points

Which historic figure was considered the personification of the Romantic hero?
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Napoleon

Correct Answer:  

Napoleon

  • Question 5

4 out of 4 points

What view of the world did the Romantics value?
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Subjective experience

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Subjective experience

  • Question 6

4 out of 4 points

Why did architect A. W. N. Pugin consider the medieval poorhouses superior to the nineteenth-century ones?
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They were guided by Christian principles

Correct Answer:  

They were guided by Christian principles

  • Question 7

4 out of 4 points

Why could Charles Dickens describe the suffering of London’s poor so vividly and accurately?
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He had grown up in those conditions

Correct Answer:  

He had grown up in those conditions

  • Question 8

4 out of 4 points

What type of government did France have after Napoleon fell in 1815?
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Monarchy

Correct Answer:  

Monarchy

  • Question 9

4 out of 4 points

What theme is at the heart of Dickens’ socially realistic writings?
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Advocating reform for the poor

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Advocating reform for the poor

  • Question 10

4 out of 4 points

Why did so many people move to London between 1800 and 1880?
Selected Answer:  

To be near their jobs in the factories

Correct Answer:  

To be near their jobs in the factories