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Neoclassicism and Romanticism

In one post, preferably the first, explain Neoclassicism clearly and adequately and show how two works, visual or literary, reflect the spirit of Neoclassicism.Thenexplain Romanticism clearly and adequately and show how one literary work and one painting reflect the characteristics of Romanticism. Be sure to edit and proofread your response before you post it.


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In one post, explain the New Realism clearly and adequately and show how three works serve the purpose of their creators.Then explain Impressionism clearly and adequately and show how two paintings demonstrate the characteristics of Impressionism.Be sure to edit and proofread your response before you post it.

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