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Author: Lee A Jacobus
Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill, ©1986.
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Jacobus, Lee A.
Humanities.
New York : McGraw-Hill, ©1986
(OCoLC)762318479
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lee A Jacobus
ISBN: 0070321736 9780070321731
OCLC Number: 11916377
Description: xxiii, 644 pages, [32] leaves of plates : illustrations (some color), music ; 26 cm
Contents: Part One: Humanities: the beginnings --
Chapter 1: The impulse to art --
Valuing life : valuing beauty --
The first sculpture : Ice age mysteries --
Perception key: Ice age sculpture --
The first painting : the mysteries of the caves --
Theories of the caves : magic, fertility, and sex ; The caves and magic ; The caves : a sexual theory ; Perception key : Painting of the caves --
Decoration : ancient rock painting --
African rock painting ; Amerindian rock painting : Dighton rock ; Perception key : Prehistoric art --
Chapter 2: Pyramid builders --
The value of community --
Çatal Huyuk : Agricultural myths --
Ur --
Architectural beginnings at Ur : The ziggurat to the heavens ; Relief sculpture : The ceremonial hunt at Ur ; Perception key : Ur --
Egypt : The traditions of power --
Egyptian architecture ; Saqqara : the genius of Imhotep ; Saqqara : religious purposes ; Egyptian religion : valuing the world after death ; The myth of Osiris ; Perception key : Egyptian beginnings ; The great pyramids at Giza : celebrating immortality ; Egyptian Sculpture ; The Sphinx : holder of mysteries ; Perception key : Sculpture and the Giza group ; Egyptian portraits : spiritual truths ; Perception key : Egyptian portraits ; King Tutankhamen and the Amarna episode : 1370 B.C. ; Stirrings of monotheism ; The tomb of King Tutankhamen : "Wonderful things" ; Perception key : The Amarna episode --
Pyramids in the Americas --
The cities of the Maya ; Pyramid of the moon --
Chapter 3: The Celts and stone age Europe --
Celtic culture --
Stonehenge : mysterious computer --
Concept key : Stonehenge --
Celtic literature and myth --
The Tain Go Cuailnge : the cattle raid at Cooley ; Perception key : Celtic myth : the Tain --
Celtic belief : the other world --
Metalwork and decoration --
La Tene art : The Gundestrup bowl ; Perception key : the Gundestrup bowl ; Island art : the late phases ; Perception key : Celtic shield boss and ceremonial bowl --
Part two: The classical world --
Chapter 4: Greek humanism --
Archaic Greece : Mycenae --
Homer --
Arête : the value of personal honor ; Homer's gods : The human dimension ; Concept key : Homer --
Greek myth and Greek gods --
Concept key : Greek myth --
The Classical period --
Periclean Athens ; The Acropolis : Athena's holy place ; Perception key : The Parthenon and Athena ; The Parthenon : spiritual values expressed in marble ; Mathematical beauty ; The Greek architectural orders ; Perception key : the Acropolis ; Sculptures of the Parthenon : idealized narrative ; The birth of Athena : protectress ; Perception key : sculptures of the Parthenon --
Greek drama : fate and human courage --
Hellenism : the waning of tradition --
Greek philosophy : valuing the soul ; Socrates : Know thyself ; Plato : The theory of forms ; Concept key : Socratic dialogue ; Aristotle : the value of sensory evidence ; Concept key : Greek philosophy ; Hellenistic sculpture ; Perception key ; Hellenistic sculpture --
Music and dance Chapter 5: The Roman Empire: extending Greek values --
Etruscan beginnings --
Etruscan architecture and painting ; Etruscan sculpture ; Perception key : Etruscan sculpture --
The Romans --
Architecture ; City planning and the Roman forum ; The Roman arch ; The Pantheon ; Perception key : the Pantheon ; Domus Augustana : The palace of Domitian ; The Colosseum ; Perception key : Roman architecture ; Painting and mosaic : illusionism and drama at Pompeii ; Sculpture ; Literature ; The love lyric ; Perception key : Roman sculpture and poetry ; The epic : Virgil and the glory of the Empire ; Perception key : the Aeneid ; Drama and philosophy ; Dramatists ; Seneca and stoicism ; Epicureanism ; Myth and religion ; The mystery cults and Christianity ; Early Christianity ; Concept key : Mystery cults and Christianity ; Music and dance --
Part three: The Orient and Islam --
Chapter 6: India --
The Indus valley civilization --
Religion --
Hinduism and Buddhism ; The Ajanta caves : painting consecrated to religion ; Perception key : The Ajanta caves --
Sculpture and architecture --
Sanchi : Buddhis shrine ; Khajuraho : Hindu temple ; Perception key : Indian architecture and sculpture --
Literature --
Music and dance --
Consept key : Indian literature, music and dance --
Chapter 7: China --
Early Chinese culture --
Religion --
Confucius ; Taoism ; Buddhism ; Concept key : Chinese religion --
Bronzeware --
Landscape painting --
Perception key : Chinese landscape painting --
Poetry --
Tu Fu : The image ; Tu Fu and landscape painting ; Perception key : Poetry --
Tu Fu --
Architecture --
Pagoda architecture ; City planning : establishing community ; Concept key : Chinese architecture Jadeware and porcelain --
Jade ; Porcelain --
Chapter 8: Islam --
Religion --
Islamic influence ; The Holy Koran ; Concept key : The Holy Koran --
Architecture --
The Dome of the Rock ; The Great Mosque at Damascus ; Perception key : The Dome of the Rock and The Great Mosque at Damascus ; The Great Mosque at Samarra ; The Alhambra ; The Taj Mahal --
Painting : The Persian miniature --
Poetry : Persian lyrics --
Perception key : Persian miniatures and Persian poetry --
Philosophy : preservation of Greek tradition --
Music --
Part four: Medieval Europe --
Chapter 9: Early Christianity : expression of spiritual values --
The rise of Christianity --
Architecture --
The Basilica : Old Saint Peter's in Rome ; The Byzantine Church : San Vitale ; The Great fusion : Hagia Sophia ; Perception key : Early Christian churches ; Abbeys and monasteries : The religious community of Saint Gall --
Sculpture --
Carvings and reliefs ; Relics and reliquaries ; Perception key : Early Christian sculpture and reliquaries --
Visual arts : Illuminated books --
The Book of Kells ; Other illuminated books ; Perception key : Illuminated books --
Music and dance --
Perception key : Early Christian music --
Religion --
Sects ; Saint Augustine ; Concept key : Religion --
Early Christianity --
Chapter 10: The great age of devotion : 1000 to 1400 --
Cultural background : feudal society --
Architecture and sculpture --
Romanesque sculpture ; The Romanesque church ; Perception key : Romanesque architecture ; Gothic architecture and sculpture ; Perception key : Gothic architecture and sculpture Painting and the visual arts --
Giotto ; The Limbourg brothers ; Perception key : Painting --
Giotto and the Limbourg brothers --
Literature --
Troubadours : the courtly tradition ; Dante Alighieri ; The divine syntheses ; Allegory ; Geoffrey Chaucer ; Perception key : Medieval literature --
Music and Dance --
The dance of death ; Ars Antiqua : The old style ; Léonin and Pérotin ; Ars Nova : The new art ; Listening key : Medieval music --
Religion : The growth of scholasticism --
Concept key : Religion and scholasticism --
Part five : The Renaissance : humanism and individualism --
Chapter 11: The Italian Renaissance : the rise of humanism, 1375 to 1500 --
Expansion and change --
Architecture and sculpture --
Brunelleschi and Ghiberti : The Baptistry doors ; Comparison key : Competition panels --
Brunelleschi and Ghiberti ; Perception key : The north door of the Bapistry ; Filippo Brunelleschi : Architect ; Donatello : rebirth of sculpture ; Perception key : Donatello --
Painting --
Alberti and the development of perspective ; Masaccio ; Perception key : Masaccio ; Piero della francesca ; Anotonio Pollaiuolo ; Renaissance portraits ; Perception key ; Renaissance portraits ; Sandro Botticelli : allegory of humanism ; Concept key : Botticelli's primavera and birth of Venus --
Literature --
The growth of humanism ; the Florentine academy : Marsilio Ficino and neo-platonism ; Pico della Mirandola : Valuing scholarship ; Lorenzo de' Medici ; Machiavelli : The value of power --
Dance and music --
Court and country dance ; Basse dance : Courtly ritual ; Music ; The secular shift ; The development of homophony : The Frottola ; Listening key : the Frottola and fifteenth-century Italian music --
Chapter 12: The Renaissance in the north : reformation and expansion, 1439 to 1600 --
Cultural background --
Architecture --
The French Châteaus ; The English palace country house ; Perception key : northern renaissance architecture The visual arts --
Jan Van Eyck ; Perception key : Van Eyck, portrait of the Arnolfini ; Later northern --
Painters ; Comparison key : Three northern paintings ; Hieronymus Bosch ; Pieter Brueghel ; Perception key : Brueghel, Landscape with the fall if Icarus : Woodcuts and engravings ; Technology ; Albrecht Dürer : The value of craft ; Comparison key : Dürer, Adam and Eve and the fall of man --
Literature --
François Rabelais : The value of free will ; Michel de Montaigne : Humanism and skepticism ; Christopher Marlowe : The limits of knowledge ; Perception key : Rabelais, Montaigne, and Marlowe --
The Protestant reformation --
Martin Luther ; Other reformers : Erasmus, Zwingli, and Calvin ; The Reformation in England ; Concept key : The Reformation and the crisis in values --
Music --
Northern music, Josquin des Prez: Touching the emotions ; Listening key : Northern Renaissance music --
Chapter 13 : The age of genius : 1475 to 1600 --
Cultural background --
Architecture --
Donato Bramante ; Andrea Palladio : The proportions of classical order --
Painting --
Leonardo ; Perception key : Leonardo, Mona Lisa ; Michelangelo ; Perception key : Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel ceiling ; Raphael ; Perception key : Raphael, The school of Athens ; Two secular painters : Giorgione and Titians ; Four mannerists : Pontormo, Parmigianino, Tintoretto, and El Greco ; Pontormo and Parmigianino ; Perception key : Pontormo and Parmigianino ; Tintoretto ; Comparison key : Leonardo's Last supper and Tintoretto's last summer ; El Greco ; Sculpture : The genius of Michelangelo ; Perception key : Michelangelo, The Pietà ; Perception key : Michelangelo's sculpture --
Literature : the genius of Shakespeare --
The sonnets ; Perception key : Shakespeare, Sonnet 73 ; The plays ; The comedies ; The histories ; The tragedies ; The romances ; Perception key : Shakespeare --
Part Six : The seventeenth and eighteenth centuries --
Chapter 14 : The seventeenth century : a new synthesis --
Cultural background --
Architecture --
Italy : Classical problems and Baroque solutions ; Comparison key : Francesco Borromini, Facade of Sant' Agnese, and Carlo Maderna, Facade of Saint Peter's ; English developments : Northern synthesis ; French architecture ; Perception key : Seventeenth-century English and French architecture Sculpture : Bernini, Father of the Baroque --
Painting --
Italian classicism and Italian Baroque ; Carracci and classicism ; Perception key : Carracci, The choice of Hercules ; Guido Reni : A follower of Carracci ; Caravaggio : The beginnings of Baroque ; Perception key : Caravaggio, Calling of Saint Matthew ; Spain : Velásquez ; French classicism : Poussin and scholarly realism ; Flanders : Rubens --
Baroque scholarship ; Comparison key : Rubens, Carracci, Caravaggio, and Poussin ; The Netherlands : Vermeer and Rembrandt ; Vermeer ; Rembrandt ; Comparison key : Rembrandt, Descent from the cross, and Rubens, Descent from the cross --
Literature and theater --
Theater in France : Molière and the comedy of manners ; Perception key : Molière and classical comedy ; Poetry : The English metaphysical poets ; John Donne ; Perception key : John Donne, "Batter my heart, three-personed God" ; Richard Crashaw ; Perception key : Crashaw and Bernini ; John Milton --
Music --
The early Baroque ; qualities of Baroque music ; Claudio Monteverdi ; The success of modern music ; Orfeo and the beginnings of opera ; Listening key : Monteverdi and Baroque music ; Jean-Baptiste Lully : music at Versailles --
Science and philosophy --
Francis Bacon ; René Descartes ; Thomas Hobbes --
Chapter 15: The decline of the aristocracy : 1700 to 1798 --
Cultural background --
The privileged aristocrats : a taste for the Rococo ; The death of Louis XIV : war and poverty ; The agricultural revolution ; The industrial revolution ; Religion --
Architecture --
Rococo architecture : France and Germany ; Neoclassical architecture ; England ; France ; The United States ; Perception key : Eighteenth-century architecture --
Sculpture --
Perception key : Eighteenth-century sculpture --
Painting --
Rococo : visual hedonism ; Watteau and the Fêtes Galantes ; Perception key : Watteau ; Fragonard and Greuze ; Neoclassicism : David ; Comparison key : the departure for the Island of Cythera and the oath of the Horatii ; Painting in England : Hogarth, Wright, Gainsborough, and Reynolds ; Comparison key : Reynolds and Gainsborough --
Literature and the enlightenment --
Jonathan Swift ; "Savage indignation' ; Gulliver's travels ; Alexander Pope : "Whatever is, is right" ; Concept key : Alexander Pope ; Voltaire ; "Whatever is, is wrong" ; Candide ; Concept key : Voltaire ; Samuel Johnson --
Music of the late Baroque --
Vivaldi ; Listening key : Vivaldi, the four seasons ; Bach ; The range of Bach's music ; The Brandenburg concertos ; Listening key : Bach, Brandenburg concerto number 2 ; Bach's influence Classicism in music --
Haydn ; Listening key : Haydn ; Rococo music ; Mozart and opera ; Conventions of Mozart's music ; Symphony number 41 in C Major, "Jupiter" ; Listening key : Mozart's symphony number 41 in C Major, "Jupiter" --
Part Seven : The nineteenth century --
Chapter 16: The romantic temper : 1789 to 1848 --
Cultural background --
The French revolution ; Napoleon ; Neoclassicism versus romanticism ; The importance of the imagination ; Thought and emotion --
Painting --
The development of romantic style ; Jacques-Louis David ; Perception key : Jacques-Louis David, The death of Marat ; Transition to the romantic : Gros, Charlet, and Géricault ; Eugène Delacroix : The genius of romanticism ; Perception key : Eugène Delacroix ; Francisco Goya ; Perception key : Francisco Goya, the third of May, 1808 ; Painting in England ; William Blake ; John Constable ; Joseph Mallord ; William Turner ; Comparison key : Claude and Turner ; Painting in Germany --
Architecture --
Comparison key : Henri Labrouste and Charles Garnier --
Literature --
The English romantic poets ; William Blake ; Perception key : "The Lamb" and "The Tyger" ; Wordsworth and Coleridge ; Lord Byron ; John Keats ; Perception key : Byron and Keats ; Romantic poetry in Germany ; Johann Wolfgang von Goethe ; Goethe's Faust --
Early romantic music --
Instrumental music ; Opera and other vocal music ; Qualities of romantic music ; Program music ; Ludwig van Beethoven ; Beethoven's early period ; Beethoven's second period ; Symphony number 3 in E flat major, Opus 55, "Eroica" ; Listening key : Beethoven's Symphony number 3 in E flat major, opus 55, "Eroica" ; Beethoven's third period ; Franz Peter Schubert ; Frédéric Chopin --
Dance --
The Waltz ; Theater dance : Marie Taglioni and La Sylphide --
Philosophy --
Immanuel Kant and idealism ; G.W. Hegel ; Comte and the religion of humanity --
Chapter 17: Realism and reform : 1848 to 1900 --
Cultural background --
Painting and photography --
Realism : reflecting the world as it is ; Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot ; Perception key : Camille Corot, farmyard in Fontainebleau ; Honoré Daumier ; Perception key : Daumier ; Gustave Courbet ; Perception key : Courbet ; Two American realists : Homer and Eakins ; Perception key : Homer and Eakins --
The impressionists : the value of personal vision and spontaneity --
Édouard Manet ; Claude Monet ; Edgar Degas ; Comparison key : Disdéri and Degas ; Pierre-Auguste Renoir ; Berthe Morisot --
The Postimpressionists : value of form ; Intensity of surface --
Paul Cézanne : a personal vision ; Perception key : Cézanne, Bathers ; Georges Seurat : The science of divisionism ; Paul Gaugin : Abandoning description ; Vincent Van Gogh : the expression of self ; Perception key : Van Gogh, Starry night and sunflowers --
Photography : Things as they are --
The camera and its influence ; Three early photographers : Margaret Cameron ; Nadar ; P.H. Emerson ; Perception key : Three early photographers --
Sculpture : Rodin --
new directions, new values --
Perception key : Rodin --
Architecture : responding to a new age --
Literature : the new Romanticism and secular realism --
Walt Whitman : Poet of spontaneity ; Charles Baudelaire : valuing evil ; Comparison key : Whitman and Baudelaire ; Gustave Flaubert : Creating the modern novel ; Henrik Ibsen : A drama of new values --
Music --
Wagner : the value of myth in the new age ; The Leitmotif ; The ring cycle : an effort to interpret the age ; Listening key : Wagner's ring of the Nibelung ; Debussy : the impressionist musical palette ; Debussy's music ; La Mer : a symphony of the sea ; Listening key : La Mer --
Dance --
Classical ballet ; Swan lake : Enchantment and the value of devotion --
Science and philosophy --
Darwin : The survival of the fittest ; Marx : dialectical materialism and the evolution of economics ; Nietzsche : the will to power --
Part eight : The twentieth century --
Chapter 18: Generations of war and the crisis in values : 1900 to 1945 --
Historical background --
Colonization : the dominance of power ; World War I: the destruction of values ; The Russian revolution ; The peace that failed ; Depression : the reactionary middle classes ; World War II --
Painting --
The Fauves : expressing painterly values ; Henri Matisse ; Comparison key : Matisse ; Georges Rouault ; Abstract art ; Wassily Kandinsky : exploring the subconscious ; Kazimir Malevich and the supremacy of feeling ; The value of significant form ; Cubism : the hierarchy of aesthetic values ; The impact of Nonwestern art ; Pablo Picasso ; Perception key : Picasso, Les Demoiselles D'Avignon ; Perception key : Picasso ; George Braque ; Futurism and Dada : reaction to the machine culture ; Surrealism : striking out for the dark interior ; Social awareness ; Perception key : surrealism --
Photography : a search for new values --
Stieglitz and the photo-secession ; Photography and social awareness --
Sculpture --
Organic mass, volume, and space ; The constructivists : a modern analysis of space --
Architecture : form, function, and freedom --
Louis Sullivan : Prophet of the new age of form and function ; Antonio Gaudi : art nouveau and expressionist architecture ; Walter Gropius and the Bauhaus : less is more ; Perception key : Gropius and early-twentieth-century architects ; Frank Lloyd Wright : The American frontier ; Le Corbusier : modernism and the machine age ; Comparison key : Wright and Le Corbusier --
Literature : the search for values --
Poetry ; William Butler Yeats : The last romantic ; Perception key : Yeats, "The second coming" ; Wallace Stevens : the poem of aesthetic value ; T.S. Eliot : poetry and religious renovation ; The modern novel ; Perception key : the modern novel --
Film : drama of the masses --
The silent film ; D.W. Griffith : epic vision ; Charlie Chaplin : the clown of subversion ; Sergey Eisentein : genius of the proletariat ; Perception key : the silent film ; Sound films ; Citizen Kane and the indictment of materialism ; Casablanca : existentialism and the "Marseillaise" ; Perception key : sound films --
Music --
The crisis in tonality ; Igor Stravinsky : primitivism and neoclassism ; Béla Bartók ; Atonal music : A new expressionism ; Arnold Schoenberg ; Schoenberg's followers ; Jazz : Popular expressionism ; Listening key : early jazz --
Chapter 19: An uneasy peace : 1945 to the present --
Historical background --
The Cold War ; unrest in the 1960s --
Painting --
De Kooning, Hofmann, and Pollack : abstract existentialists ; Perception key : De Kooning and earlier painters of women ; Kline and Motherwell : abstract expressionists ; Perception key : the abstract expressionists ; Color gesture and color field painters ; Reactions against the abstract expressionists ; Pop art ; Perception key : Pop art and the reaction to abstract expressionism ; Op art ; Realism and superrealism ; Photorealism ; Perception key : after the abstract expressionists ; Important European influences : Dubuffet and Bacon --
Sculpture --
The middle years : experiments in form and space ; Perception key : sculpture --
the middle years ; Pop art and minimalism ; Some current developments in sculpture ; Earth sculpture ; Superrealist sculpture ; Perception key : Current developments in sculpture --
Architecture --
The value of monumentality ; Institutional architecture ; Perception key : Institutional architecture --
four examples ; Late modern architecture : emphases on structural elements ; Two contemporary directions in architecture ; Perception key : late modern architecture --
Photography --
W. Eugene Smith and the tradition ; Other photographers ; Comparison key : modern photography --
Film --
Bergman's Christian existentialism : The 1950s ; Truffaut and Fellini : The world between them --
The 1960s ; New directions: the 1970s and 1980s ; Perception key : modern film --
Literature --
Existentialism ; Beat writers and the incursions of Zen ; The realist tradition ; Drama : from Godot to happenings ; Beckett : theater of the absurd ; Grotowski and Schechner ; Happenings --
Dance --
Modern dance ; Martha Graham : movement and myth ; Alvin Ailey ; Alwin Nickolais ; Twyla Tharp ; Ballet --
Music --
Approaching the tonal continuum ; Electronic music ; John Cage : Zen indeterminacy ; Edgard Varèse ; Krzystof Penderecki ; George Crumb ; Perception key : Late-twentieth-century music ; Popular music ; Jazz and Bop ; Rock : The mass appeal ; The Beatles ; Rock and protest ; Listening key : popular music.
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