VAS lecture 4 outline

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VAS lecture 4 outline I. Square and Circle’s Night at the Opera A) Not the traditional opera Mother had thought about but a wild mix of genres that would be almost impossible to perform. (Think, too of cyborg texts as a mix of genres.) B) The Strange Voyage of Imagining Chatter depicts primate evolution, specifically showing humans developing the ability to speak. C) It therefore makes sense that the opera showcases so many different kinds of human communication and art. D) The significance of the opening picture: Charles Willson Peale’s The Artist in His Museum E) Human language may also be foregrounded in this opera to emphasize how often people don’t have full access to data about evolution—or data about contemporary experiments in medical science “for the good of society.” F) Dr. Robert White’s experiment on rhesus monkeys 1. Showing human brutality toward other species? 2.
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This note was uploaded on 06/14/2011 for the course ENG 285 taught by Professor Vanderborg during the Spring '11 term at South Carolina.

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