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Experts in their field, F. David Martin and Lee Jacobus join forces to provide college and university students with a helpful resource available for purchase or rental in their textbook entitled Humanities through the Arts, ISBN 9780073376639. This 8th Edition follows the tradition of past editions by continuing to investigate the humanities with a focus...
Experts in their field, F. David Martin and Lee Jacobus join forces to provide college and university students with a helpful resource available for purchase or rental in their textbook entitled Humanities through the Arts, ISBN 9780073376639. This 8th Edition follows the tradition of past editions by continuing to investigate the humanities with a focus upon the arts as a demonstration of cultural and personal values as well as exploring the connection of the humanities to significant values, objects, and events. Boasting a topical approach with art forms organized to include painting, sculpture, photography, architecture, literature, music, theater, film, and dance, this text also provides appealing visuals for comprehension enhancement. F. David Martin and Lee Jacobus artfully organize the concepts of Humanities through the Arts across 14 succinct chapters. Chapter 1 begins this book entitled 'The Humanities: An Introduction' followed by chapter 2 posing the question 'What is a Work of Art?' Chapter 3 provides students with strategies for 'Being a Critic of the Arts' with chapter 4 delving into the specifics of 'Painting.' Chapter 5 presents information surrounding the art of 'Sculpture' while chapter 6 tackles 'Architecture.' 'Literature' is the topic of choice in chapter 7 followed by aspects surrounding 'Drama' in chapter 8 and the art of 'Music' investigated in chapter 9. Chapter 10 looks into the art form of 'Dance' with chapter 11 delving into 'Film' and chapter 12 tackling aspects of 'Photography.' Chapter 13 presents a discussion of 'The Interrelationships of the Arts' followed by the concluding chapter, 14 devoted to 'The Interrelationships of the Humanities.'
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