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Allsen, World of the Arts Assignment No. 4 (15 points possible) – Classicism and Humanism due date: Tues, 3/10, 2:00 pm PLEASE READ THIS!    Important info about saving your work before submitting it via the  D2L dropbox .  Save this file on your hard disk as soon as you download it.  Hit “save” again,  AFTER you've typed your responses and BEFORE you upload it to the dropbox.  Save a copy on your disk or a hard copy for future reference even after you’ve submitted it.  If you are using  Microsoft Word, just save it as a regular document (.doc or .docx).  If you're using any other  word processing program (Microsoft Works, Word Perfect, WordPad, etc.) it's much safer to  save it in Rich Text Format (.rtf), or as a PDF.  The file name doesn’t matter, but if your file ends in anything other than .doc .docx..rtf, or .pdf however, I probably won’t be able to read it!   I anticipate that your responses will total about 200-300 words  -- you should be able to write  short paragraphs in response to these questions.  There are not necessarily “right” answers here, 
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