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Lecture TwoReading critically for content and meaningRead to get an overviewRecognize rhetoricalgrammatical sign posts finally however and yetLook up key words or definitionsAsk questions about the text Reading critically for content and meaning part 2Identifying key informationRepeated wordPhrases Thesis Questions DefinitionsMake a list of any new vocabulary Asking questions how does it relate to the larger course questions How does this relate to other courses I am taking Modernism it has been a contested term BUT in its more influential senseIt is something distinct within itOverall it is modernism is the claim for arts autonomy with respect to the wider modern condition Argument what modernism is notEmphasizing a thoroughgoing implication in modern life What did it foregroundArts autonomy with respect to the wider modern conditionDistinctness nd2 key termconceptArts autonomyMind map Discuss the relationship between modernity and modernism How everything in the chapter is related to it Chapter oneParis 1900 the universal exhibition A large part of the city devoted to expansion of the worldThe exhibition of the modern technology such as science exhibition industry etc
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