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Unformatted text preview: Some thoughts that come to mind when looking at the tombstones of those who are buried would be how did they pass? Or what happened to them. I would feel humble and sad for those who lost their loved ones especially at such a young age. Another thought that comes to mind is, when reading the last names on the tombstone and knowing someone with the same last name and wondering if they were kinfolk. Going to a grave yard is very emotional and depressing for me. It does leave me with a lot of questions that will never be answered. 1. Classicism is a part of the art that is produced in antiquity or to the later art that has been inspired by that of antiquity. Neoclassicism is quite different, it referred to the art that was produced later but was also inspired by the antiquity. Classicism is used as the opposite of Romanticism; therefore it is a characterized art in which it adheres to aesthetic ideas...
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This note was uploaded on 05/08/2011 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Day during the Spring '11 term at SUNY Purchase.
- Spring '11