Arts and Culture: An Introduction to the Humanities, Volume I (4th Edition)Author:
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Pub Date: 2011
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This book gave me some good information on western civilization. It gave some information on Plato and Arisitotle, as well as famous landmarks.read more
This book was really good. There was some information throughout the chapters that probably wasn't needed, which meant that it took more time reading the chapters.
I learned about different cultures and the art that was associated with them.read more
Everything I read in this book was useful, though my favorite part was learning about Aztec culture and art!
This book explained stories and artwork and it helped me better understand the course material.read more
The class that required me to use this book was humanities. It was very difficult but the book helped me a lot.
I would change the glossary term so that they would match the term that are in the text. Also, I would make sure that ALL of the terms in bold would be in the glossary.read more
The class was a distance learning class, which means it was online. My professor was not organized and never gave us our grades on assignments. The book was very interesting, So much so that I kept getting sidetracked looking up different things that I had found in the book.
very nice book. Lots of information's about the history of monuments.read more
I loved this book, it has a lot of information's of how certain monuments are build, how shapes, and meanings.
Pub Date: 2011