January 24 2017
Notes - quiz
Study points for QUIZ #1
Great Migration 1910-1930: 16 million African Americans moved from rural south to the
urban cities of the north (mainly New York).
-Jim Crow Laws no votes. (separate schools, movies, water fountains, e
Course Huma 1301-705
1. A chaos God helps people to cope by giving them a sense of balance as far as why things
happen. People need to have someone or something to equate right or wrong with, so a
God of chaos
Art Teamwork Reflection
I Believe that our team was effective enough, our team had a lot of things that had to
be done. But it was proven that if everyone does their part everything can be done in time,
and it ca
1. Stories can be told from the following points of view: first person, third person objective,
third person limited, and third person omniscient. From whose point of view is the story told?
Is the point of view from which the story is told the best choic
1.How is the narrative divided into sections? How are those sections presented?
-The narrative is nonlinear, it's divided into sections such as when the bride was killed, to years
later finding out she was alive and seeing all the names on her death list.
I really admired the painting "The Star" because the story behind it has a larger meaning, that is
the problem humans deal with prostitution most closed minded people associate prostitution with
woman who just want a way to make fast money, while this is
1. What are some of the pros and cons of photography compared to painting? What can a
photograph do that a painting cant and vice versa?
I think the advantage that photography has over painting is that a photo to capture any
specific moment takes seconds
1.What can we learn about Paleolithic people from the art they left behind?
-We learned that the art that was left behind from the Paleolithic people were closely related to
their "tribe's rituals and religion". We also learned that at this period of time
1. How does Catherine feel about her brother's engagement?
Even though her brother's engagement is a huge deal, Catherine doesnt seem to know
how to feel, on the other hand she is quite surprised about the news.
2. What about her dinner wit
1.When and where does the story begin? Does it start at the chronological beginning of the story
or en media res? Why or why not?
The story begins "a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away.". The movie does not start in a
chronological order, but it was
1. What are your first impressions of John Thorpe? What does Catherine think of him?
Because we first encounter John Thorpe giving orders I can assume that he will be quite
the overbearing person. Catherine thinks of him as a "stout young man
1. How is this ballet the choreography, costumes, and sets different than Giselle?
The choreography is very unique and distinct from those of classical ballet. The costumes
as well are very different, they have a early stone age detailing, which is nothin
1. What Folklore or cultural inspired this ballet?
This was inspired based on the origin in which it was created; that being Russia.
2. What curse is Odette (white swan) and Odile (black swan) under?
They are curse to be swans by day.
3. Who is the villai
Jane Austen & Timeline
1. What qualities of a heroine did Jane Austen possess?
Jane Austen showed to be a feminist, which was not common during her time, this also
explains why it was frown upon when women wanted to make money from publishing their
1. Describe the main characters (Don, Cosmo, Kathy, and Lina), their physical appearances and
the way are portrayed. Do you think the actors were well cast in their respective roles? Did they
do a good job of representing their characters?
Don is meant to
1. Powerful ballad
2. Meaningful lyrics
3. Tempo starts slow and builds up and goes back to a slow
4. Lyrics can also be relatable to the audience
5. The emphasis was in the line I will try to fix you to
represent that he is trying to help hi
Cinderella by Charles Perrault (1697), translated by Andrew Lang (1889):
1. This is the version that Walt Disney used for the movies. What differences do you notice
between this original and the movie?
There were a couple of difference that I was able to
1. Why does Henry think its beneficial for a woman to like flowers? Does this seem sexist?
In Henry's viewpoint we see that it's favorable of a woman to like flowers to therefore be
able to get out of the house for once to experience nature
Romantic Illusions and the Rise of the Ballerina 165
164 FRANCE AND THE CLASSICAL ORIGINS OF BALLET
aﬁeld as North America, Cuba (twice), and Russia. In the United
States, she played in theaters up and down the East Coast to enormous
SITTING INSIDE HIS
AT STRAWBERRY HILL.
“GREAT NOVEL—READERS and not ashamed of
being so,”]ane Austen once described her family.
From her earliest consciousness she was accustomed
to hearing novels read aloud, and discussed
History of Storytelling:
Professor Pamela Bond
Folklore Exists in Every Culture
Throughout every time, every place
But it changes as the story moves through
time and from one society to another, creating
Folklore is u
History of Storytelling
Professor Pamela Bond
How Do We Communicate
Reenacting (inclulding theatre and film)
Singing and playing music
Dancing and moving
Whats the oldest story ever
THE LIFE AND TIMES OF JANE
Professor Bond, ENGL 1302
Janes father was a minister at a parish in Steventon, Hampshire. She was born
in the rectory on Dec. 16, 1775, the seventh of eight children.
Her mother was known to be a bit dramat
THE RISE OF THE NOVEL
The prose of the world
The novel is a worldwide cultural instrument
which helped redefine
the time and space where we live
the way we speak and talk
how we feel
what we do
According to the dictionary a novel is