\ARLT-101 Study Guide
Monsters and Detective Final
Hey guys. This is how this is going to work this time. I am
setting the deadline for the information that we have
already gone through in class for next Wednesday. If no
one has contributed by then, I am
Scavenger Hunt of USC Campus and Neighborhood
1. The major political scandal that involved Edward Doheny was called the Teapot Dome
Scandal. This scandal happened in 1922-1923 where the president at the time, Warren G
Harding and his secretary Albert Fall
Servin 1 Martha Servin Professor Gustafson ARLT 101g 19 February 2010 A Historical/Neighborhood Scavenger Hunt 1. Doheny Library offers special exhibits on the ground floor of the library. Briefly describe an exhibit on the ground floor of Doheny to be fo
Mark Zeitouni Assignment 1 ARLT 101 L.A. Fiction
Growing up in Lebanon, I had always envisioned Los Angeles as a paradise where the thrill of the beach trumped any worries of the day, where a chill and mellow way of life dominated. Furthermore, the media
THE PAST, THE PRESENT, AND HISTORY. How do the texts you have chosen portray the
relation between the past and the present? What is the relationship in them between the history of
public events (wars, politics) and the private history of individuals?
Study Guide ARTL101
Madrid 16 century.
Religious spaceChurch, antocratic
Aunt, Agnes, Lorenzo
Character list (whos difficult to understand, who is more/less reliable)
o Selfish: wants Matilda to remain with him so he has someone to indulge his
o Liar: lies to father Pablo about Matilda being a boy
o He is growing must lustful, l
ARTL 101: Final Study Guide
Neo-Noir: old film noir but with color!, expand the darkness into color and sunlight
Film noir: doesnt have master shots (used to show overall zoomed out view to show everything), starts
after everything is over (maltese falcon
Eastern European Fiction from Crime to Punishment)
Eastern European Fiction from
Crime to Punishment
ARLT 101 35420
Tue &Th 12.30-1.50
Professor Anna Krakus
Office: THH 255
Tue 2.30-4PM or by
In this cours
Analysis of Matthew
G. Lewiss The Monk
What is the Gothic?
No clear definition exist for it
The importance of atmosphere
o Medievalesque settings
o Haunted Castles - Importance
Why The Monk?
THE MONSTER AND THE DETECTIVE
SYNOPSIS OF CHAPTERS III, IV, and V of THE MONK
Lorenzo de Medina does not know his sister Agnes very well because she was
brought up by an aunt. But for reasons of family honor, Lorenzo still w
go over climactic events in book, how they develop characters
how to identify styles of different writers, vocab, diff elements
concepts talked about in class
what each character is symbolic of
films-what each film contributes to, cinematic te
Study Tips for Part I
- Since you have been given this question in advance by Professor Braudy, you should
identify which subset of this question you intend to answer.
- Figure out what your general thesis or main argument is. How have the horror and
Important Questions and Themes We Have Spent Ample Time on in This Course, and Which May Be Important for the Final
When we have looked at literary texts (novels) and cinematic texts (films) that are based on the same story (e.g., The Shining and
Final Essay Notes
THE PAST, THE PRESENT, AND HISTORY. How do the texts you have chosen portray
the relation between the past and the present? What is the relationship in them
between the history of public events (wars, politics) and the private history of
According to Lewis the "departure" and "arrival" of a time traveler can be separated by
two unequal lengths of time. How can this happen? (Maximum: 5 sentences.)
Lewis discusses the possibility of time travel and the discrepancy regarding two unequal
Journal of Philosophy, Inc.
Tasks, Super-Tasks, and the Modern Eleatics
Author(s): Paul Benacerraf
Source: The Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 59, No. 24 (Nov. 22, 1962), pp. 765-784
Published by: Journal of Philosophy, Inc.
Stable URL: http:/www.jstor.org/st
ARLT 101: LOS ANGELES: THE FICTION Spring 2011, SGM 123, M,W 2:00-3:50, and discussion Prof. Thomas Gustafson Office: THH 402C, ext. 0-3747, email: Thomasg@usc.edu Office Hours: M 10-12; T 11-12, and by appt. Course Description: Los Angeles has been mocke
Katherine the Great Levitsky 1790s
Levitsky was formalld trained at the st. petersberg school of art
This is a classical piece of art
More of an emphasis on form and perfection than physical likeness
Wearing a large dress to show opulence
There are books
Los Angeles: The Lying, The Cheating, The Corruption
Throughout the first half of the class, we have read books and articles, watched
multiple movies that all have a certain theme. The majority of the books and articles
consist of Los Angeles and
What We Forget About Watts
After reading the, What We Forgot about the Watts, by Walter Mosley, I actually
looked more into the Watts riot because I was relatively unfamiliar with it. He talks about his
own experience when he was 12 years, and how many pe
Responding to the Sorites
We have shown that the Sorites argument is valid. The only principles we
needed were modus ponens and cut (which allowed us to chain valid arguments
together.) Since valid arguments always take us
ARE THERE REALLY INSTANTANEOUS VELOCITIES?
Dept. of Philosophy
Zeno argued that since at any instant an arrow does not change its location, the arrow does not move
at any time, and hence motion is impossible.
By His Bootstraps
By Robert A. Heinlein
First publication (pseudonym Anson MacDonald): Astounding Science Fiction
Bob Wilson did not see the circle grow.
Nor, for that matter, did he see the stranger who stepped out of the circle and
First Writing Assignment
Present and discuss possible solutions to Zeno's racetrack paradox.
Present and discuss possible solutions to Zeno's arrow paradox.
Is the supertask involved in Thomson's lamp logically impossible?
Choose 1 topic
1,000 - 1,500 wor
Tasks and Super-Tasks
Author(s): J. F. Thomson
Source: Analysis, Vol. 15, No. 1 (Oct., 1954), pp. 1-13
Published by: Oxford University Press on behalf of The Analysis Committee
Stable URL: http:/www.jstor.org/stable/3326643 .
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