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  1. 4 out of 5

    Mandy

    This is book one of 4 for the Open University course AA100 The Arts Past and Present - the theme is repulations, and it covers Cezanne, Cleopatra, Faraday, Stalin, Marlow's Faustus, The Diva and the Dalai Lama, in conjunction with various CD's, DVD's and DVD-ROMs. Fascinating. This is book one of 4 for the Open University course AA100 The Arts Past and Present - the theme is repulations, and it covers Cezanne, Cleopatra, Faraday, Stalin, Marlow's Faustus, The Diva and the Dalai Lama, in conjunction with various CD's, DVD's and DVD-ROMs. Fascinating.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Natasha

    An extremely informative and interesting collection of chapters on various subjects. Easy to understand. Only criticism is that one or two chapters seem rather biased on the subject instead of being presented as impartial fact.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Akbar Madan

    The Arts Past and Present AA100 Reputation has its own determinants that draw its characters according to the availability of evidence that supports a certain direction in the formation. This book deals in all its chapters with that old and new problem. That biography that you will not find a single path to make, but rather overlapping all paths to make that biography, both in terms of his cultural background and his historical and political goals. Likewise, the writer Christopher Marlowe, who b The Arts Past and Present AA100 Reputation has its own determinants that draw its characters according to the availability of evidence that supports a certain direction in the formation. This book deals in all its chapters with that old and new problem. That biography that you will not find a single path to make, but rather overlapping all paths to make that biography, both in terms of his cultural background and his historical and political goals. Likewise, the writer Christopher Marlowe, who believes that he is Shakespeare himself, because of the similarity of his plays to Shakespeare's plays. . The impressionist Cézanne has a share of how he made his historical reputation, that painter who turned against classical painting, pens to make his production biography and evaluate it based on predetermined positions of that art, whether the situation was positive or negative, but he creates for us a reputation whose evidence must be carefully scrutinized in order to approach From the truth of the character as it was in its stage. In the field of old and new singing, the reputation of singers is formed on cultural, religious and political considerations. What we know about the singer, Madonna, for example, is a media industry that may not prove to the academic criticism that seeks the truth of the matter through the available evidence through her study and put it before evaluation, as well as the singer Maria Class, who formed the art of singing The opera of her time, which is much less evidence of her life and singing production than that of the singer Madonna, despite this, determining her reputation requires further research and exploration of documents related to her life, the form of her singing, and the secret of her fame in this art. The Dalama is a well-known religious figure in the Buddhist religion. However, if any biography becomes famous, many stories will be woven around it that may not be identical to reality. These stories have political and religious goals. Any human being.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Tiago Faleiro

    The first book of The Arts Past and Present, the first module of the Humanities in Open University. The theme is reputations, covering Cleopatra, Doctor Faustus, Faraday, Cezanne Stalin, The Diva and the Dalai Lama. I found that it had the perfect amount of depth for an introductory book. It was deep enough to cover the most important points, and for the most part, there wasn't unnecessary information, making the chapter boring. What I liked the most is that most of the people chosen aren't the The first book of The Arts Past and Present, the first module of the Humanities in Open University. The theme is reputations, covering Cleopatra, Doctor Faustus, Faraday, Cezanne Stalin, The Diva and the Dalai Lama. I found that it had the perfect amount of depth for an introductory book. It was deep enough to cover the most important points, and for the most part, there wasn't unnecessary information, making the chapter boring. What I liked the most is that most of the people chosen aren't the mainstream choice for any of the topics they're embedded in. This was a perfect choice to broaden our knowledge, while still learning about highly important people, whose reputation made history.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Mohamed

    It's very exciting to read this book It's very exciting to read this book

  6. 4 out of 5

    Alanseinfeld

    Book one of four the AA100 module! Enough to get one thinking

  7. 4 out of 5

    Jamrock

    Yes, I know it's slightly weird to review a course text book but it's not like anyone read my reviews, it's just a personal record! Book one of four (text books rather than set books) for year one (of six in this part time degree course) and I have found myself really enjoying studying a humanities subject for a change. The sections on Cézanne, Cleopatra, Faraday, Stalin and the Dalai Lama were fascinating, illuminating and educational (duh, obviously). I know this is as easy lead-in to some muc Yes, I know it's slightly weird to review a course text book but it's not like anyone read my reviews, it's just a personal record! Book one of four (text books rather than set books) for year one (of six in this part time degree course) and I have found myself really enjoying studying a humanities subject for a change. The sections on Cézanne, Cleopatra, Faraday, Stalin and the Dalai Lama were fascinating, illuminating and educational (duh, obviously). I know this is as easy lead-in to some much harder topics and simply a foundation for what will eventually be the study of more traditional English Literature subjects but I have thoroughly enjoyed working on "education" rather than simply "qualification". Bring on Book Two: Tradition & Dissent. This module has made me seriously consider switching to a full Classics degree.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Nicola

    While I'm going to leave this as Currently Reading because I'm still referring to it for an essay, I have actually finished it. I've found it to be a really interesting start to my degree course, with my favourite chapters being Cleopatra and Cezanne. Least favourite have to be The Diva and Christopher Marlowe. Music and English Literature are both topics that I really struggle with, and even though I didn't enjoy them particularly, there were still interesting parts in the chapters that kept me While I'm going to leave this as Currently Reading because I'm still referring to it for an essay, I have actually finished it. I've found it to be a really interesting start to my degree course, with my favourite chapters being Cleopatra and Cezanne. Least favourite have to be The Diva and Christopher Marlowe. Music and English Literature are both topics that I really struggle with, and even though I didn't enjoy them particularly, there were still interesting parts in the chapters that kept me engaged.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Ceri

    BaHa .... just showing off now putting all my course books in!! This is the first textbook & I must say, very readable & very interesting ... its whetted my interest in lots of different things. It covers Cleopatra, Christopher Marlowe, Cezanne, Michael Faraday, Stalin, 'The Diva'& the Dalai Lama. It looks at how reputations are formed & how they continue & how they differ & can be more myth than fact. Along the way you learn a bit about art, religion, music, history etc. Good Stuff. BaHa .... just showing off now putting all my course books in!! This is the first textbook & I must say, very readable & very interesting ... its whetted my interest in lots of different things. It covers Cleopatra, Christopher Marlowe, Cezanne, Michael Faraday, Stalin, 'The Diva'& the Dalai Lama. It looks at how reputations are formed & how they continue & how they differ & can be more myth than fact. Along the way you learn a bit about art, religion, music, history etc. Good Stuff.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Sasha

    Interesting introduction to the AA100 module , all chapters where engaging and well written. Being a mixed course of all the arts subjects , there will ultimately be some subjects you enjoy and some you don't. For me I really enjoyed the history , art history and RE chapters , and didn't like the music and English literature as much. Overall new concepts are introduced and explained very well. Interesting introduction to the AA100 module , all chapters where engaging and well written. Being a mixed course of all the arts subjects , there will ultimately be some subjects you enjoy and some you don't. For me I really enjoyed the history , art history and RE chapters , and didn't like the music and English literature as much. Overall new concepts are introduced and explained very well.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Culligan

    Loved the diversity of subjects covered in this book. Just completed my essay on the Diva for my third assignment.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Davina

    Part of my open university degree course, liked some chapters more than other, Cleopatra and the Dalai Lama were the most intersting.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Lulu Ali

    My Course

  14. 5 out of 5

    Samir Rawas Sarayji

    An excellent collection of introductory topics covering a wide range of disciplines.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    All contributors write in an engaging and interesting way that makes learning the things they write about enjoyable.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Maya

    excited

  17. 5 out of 5

    Duncan Maccoll

    This book was recommended for study as part of the UK Open University's AA100 'The Arts Past and Present'. This book was recommended for study as part of the UK Open University's AA100 'The Arts Past and Present'.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Virginia Rand

    It's as interesting as reading a textbook can be. :-) It's as interesting as reading a textbook can be. :-)

  19. 5 out of 5

    Hamad

    A great Book

  20. 5 out of 5

    Garaidh

    Left wing garbage mostly, but a necessary evil.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Andy Kidd

  22. 4 out of 5

    Donna

  23. 5 out of 5

    Tracy Newman

  24. 4 out of 5

    Tanya Turner

  25. 4 out of 5

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  26. 4 out of 5

    Mai

  27. 5 out of 5

    Caroline Feeney

  28. 5 out of 5

    Layaly

  29. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Booth

  30. 5 out of 5

    Julia

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