Study Guide for Candide: Part II
Non-chronological Text Questions (Pages 1-91)
1. The Christians in Holland would not allow Candide to beg.
2. After being hanged, Pangloss was cut open with a cross-shaped incision.
3. Friar Girofle became a Turk
Study Guide for the Spirit of the Enlightenment
1. Which pertain to the term Enlightenment?
a. Confidence that reason can control human nature
b. Society can be reconstructed on rational principles
d. Mid-17th century to end of 18th century
2. The authori
Study Guide for Romantic Music Part 2
1. In the second half of the 19th century there was a philosophical split in music over what
b. Absolute music versus programmatic music
2. Schopenhauer and Hoffman believed that
a. music should be pure, with n
Study Guide for 20th Century Art
1. Which of the following are true?
a. The 20th century was fractured by countless philosophies and beliefs, most of
which centered around the beliefs and desires of the individual.
b. The Vietnamese War killed 58,000 Amer
Study Guide for Locke
1. Locke would probably agree with the following statement: No ruler can impose a law on
another without their consent.
2. What is the great and chief end of government?
d. To protect property
3. Which are among the three things
Introduction to Candide and Assessment Questions
Directions: Read the following introduction below and then the following excerpts from the
introduction in the book:
1. The first page of the book (that says Franois Marie Arouet at the top).
2. Page viii f
Study Guide for Baroque Music
1. Like Baroque sculpture, Baroque music is full of movement and forceful emotion.
2. Antonio Stradivari was a famous maker of
3. Gottfried Silbermann was a famous maker of
4. Equal temperament is
Study Guide for the Presentation on the
Baptists, Methodists, and a Short History of Religion in America
1. Which of the following are true?
a. The Netherlands and Switzerland have been home to large numbers of
b. Romania and Bulgaria are pred
Study Guide for Classical Art
1. Which of the following are true?
c. The phrase, Ltat, cest moi can be translated as, I am the state.
d. Baroque art styles predominated during the length of the reign of Louis XIV.
2. Nicolas Poussin
c. influenced the cour
Study Guide for Neo-Imperialism
1. The word imperialism comes from the Latin word Imperium which means
b. military economic control.
2. Which of the follow are main periods of European imperialism?
a. The Age of Discovery (15th-17th centuries)
b. The Merc
Study Guide for the Baroque Worldview
1. Which of the following statements are true?
b. The Council of Trent met off and on for 18 years.
d. The Council of Trent confirmed and established the doctrines and practices of the
Catholic Church for the next fiv
Study Guide for Neo-Imperialism in Iran
1. Iran holds a little less than 5% of the worlds oil reserves, yet produces more than half of
the worlds daily oil production.
2. Which apply to the 19th century Great Game?
a. Britain attempts to contain Rus
Study Guide for Wilberforce
1. Wilberforce would probably agree with the following statement: If those merchants in
Liverpool, England, who engage in the slave trade could only witness firsthand the misery
of the slaves while in transit, they would not be
Study Guide for the Arab-Israeli Conflict
1. Many Jews left Europe in the 19th and 20th centuries and colonized Palestine in the search
for security and peace, displacing hundreds of thousands of Arabs already living there.
2. Which of the following
Study Guide for Bodin
1. Which is the best restatement of Bodins definition of a commonwealth?
c. A rightly ordered government consisting of more than one family under a
2. Bodin would probably agree with the following statement: the family is t
Study Guide for Romantic Music Part 1
1. In the 19th century, the new driving force in musical creativity is
b. emotion and creativity.
2. Which of the following are influences of the Enlightenment and the American and French
a. Emphasis on t
Study Guide for Classical Music
1. Classicism corresponds with:
2. Romanticism corresponds with:
3. Identify the basic characteristics of the Classical Style:
4. Describe the influence of the Gr
Study Guide for Condorcet
1. Condorcet would probably agree with the following statement: If more nations offer a
universal education to citizens, that is equality of education, then there is hope that
humankind will continue to discover more knowledge.
Study Guide for World War I
1. World War I is one of the few times in history we can identify a worldwide catastrophic
change in human order, but its causes are far from clear.
2. There are many different theories that people have presented explainin
Study Guide for the Movie on the French Revolution
1. Which Enlightenment thinker claimed that humans are born with natural rights
concerning their life, their liberty, and their property?
a. John Locke
2. Which Enlightenment thinker claimed that all men
Study Guide for the Industrial Revolution
1. Which is true?
b. Agricultural revolutions produce more food with less labor.
2. Which is not true? The Enclosure Acts of 1750-1860 led to
b. increased access by all villagers to the commons.
3. Which of the fo
Study Guide for 20th Century Music: Part 2
Note: On question 22 of this study guide, you will be asked to match composers to the
techniques or movements they used or belonged to (Stravinsky, Hindemith, Varese, Cage).
1. 20th Century Neo-Classicism is clos
Study Guide for 20th Century Music
Be aware that question 18 will ask you to identify the ism or philosophy composers follow
in their music. As the presentation explains each composer you should match their ism on
question 18 at that time. Also, questions
Study Guide for Word War II
1. Throughout most of human history, it was the barbarians that perpetrated atrocity, but in
the twentieth century it was civilizations turn to perform the work of destruction on a scale
unimaginable without the raw power provi
Study Guide for The Religious and Historical Background
to the Protestant Reformation
1. After the western half of the Roman Empire disintegrated in the fifth century,
which of the following events occurred?
a. The Catholic Church and the Roman bishop ste
Hamlet Notes, Overview, and Movie Study Guide
For this assignment, you will watch a movie of the play Hamlet. The movie is a 1947
adaptation of the play written and directed by Sir Lawrence Olivier, who ranks
among of the greatest interpreters of Shakespe
Study Guide for Hamlet: A World Without Love
1. The saying, Love makes the world go round means that love is the motivation behind
all human action.
2. Which are parts of the temple pattern?
c. Long Journey
Study Guide for The Spirit of the Renaissance
1. He was called by nineteenth century scholars the Father of the Renaissance and the
Father of Humanism.
a. Johannes Kepler
b. Florentine Medici
c. Francesco Petrarca
d. Dante Alighieri
2. Renaissance is Fren
Study Guide for Music of the Renaissance
1. In the Renaissance, the Catholic Church
a. was the sole influence on musical development.
b. continued to have influence, but new secular influences also existed.
c. discontinued the use of music in worship.
Study Guide for Religion and the Protestant Reformation
Most of the answers will be found in the text of the presentation. A few answers will
be found in the captions of the pictures. Pause the presentation or go back a few
slides as often as is necessary