Class Notes for FCS195H1 at University of Toronto St. George (UTSG)

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UTSGFCS195H1Francis LangevinFall

FCS195H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Paradigm Shift, Pierre-Joseph Proudhon

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27 Jan 2015
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Said to be the most glorious time of france. Had lots of influence because people in paris heard about his skills on the battlefield and also because h
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FCS195H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: The Bald Soprano, Samuel Beckett, Frida Kahlo

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25 Nov 2011
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Albert camus questioned the absurd in a philosophical way: he comes to a conclusion that human life is absurd, there was no meaning. These people think
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UTSGFCS195H1Corina SanduWinter

Naturalism & Impressionism

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9 Feb 2012
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Napol on iii was taken prisoner after the battle of sedan on september. 2, 1870 an interim government, the government of national defense, was put in p
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UTSGFCS195H1Corina SanduWinter

Napoleonic Era

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9 Feb 2012
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Lecture ii the napoleonic era arguably, napol on is one of the most memorable and most outstanding figures of modern european political history. Napol
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Lecture 6 - Fin de siècle: Decadence, Symbolism and the Poètes Maudits

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21 Nov 2011
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Fin de si cle decadence, symbolism and the po tes maudits. Fin de si cle atmosphere at the time. Po tes maudits meaning accursed or damned poets. Fin d
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UTSGFCS195H1Corina SanduWinter

Introduction

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9 Feb 2012
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FCS195H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Grande Odalisque, Turkish Bath, Horatii

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21 Nov 2011
41
Napoleon"s empire: made france a new power, felt invincible and conquered most of europe, lost at waterloo, russia and was exiled to saint-helene. Achi
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FCS195H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Romantic Music, Barque, Funeral March

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21 Nov 2011
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Romanticism was linked to hugo he discussed what a romantic writer should be. Born and raised in poland, his father was french. When he is away, a rebe
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FCS195H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Existentialism, Simone De Beauvoir, Femininity

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21 Nov 2011
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There is no separation between art and life. We don"t absorb passively what the author says we critically analyze and develop our own interpretation of
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FCS195H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Jean Renoir, Silent Film, Movie Movie

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8 Dec 2011
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France is where the technology of cinema began. Cin matographe was the first projector for film invented by the lumi re. At first, cinema was a way to
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UTSGFCS195H1Corina SanduFall

Realism

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9 Feb 2012
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Realism is an exploration and an explanation of contemporary society, history and always based on careful systematic observation. In comparison to rupt
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UTSGFCS195H1Corina SanduWinter

Romantic Movement

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9 Feb 2012
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Republic, the second empire, and the third republic. French revolution, a dream which went very badly wrong at the end of the. 18th century interesting
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