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Question 1: Lewis argued that Orientalism arose from ________, which was distinct from Imperialist ideology, and sometimes in opposition to it.
Immanuel KantAtheismHumanismDavid Hume

Question 2: What does the following picture show?

  Anonymous Venetian orientalist painting, ‘The Reception of the Ambassadors in Damascus', 1511, the Louvre. The deer with antlers in the foreground is not known ever to have existed in the wild in Syria.
  Léon Cogniet's 1835 depiction of Bonaparte's Egyptian Expedition expresses Western perception of "The Exotic Orient"
  Theatre poster for The Mikado
  Edward Blore's Alupka Palace (1828–46) was an early architectural intimation of the Victorian taste for Moorish Revival architecture.

Question 3: Orientalism refers to the Orient or East,[3] in contrast to the ________ or West.
EuropeWestern worldTurkeyWestern culture

Question 4: More recently, the term is also used in the meaning of "stereotyping of ________", both by advocates and academics in refugee rights advocacy.
Muslim historyIslamic schools and branchesMosqueIslam

Question 5: ________ (1780–1867)
RomeRomanticismJean Auguste Dominique IngresJacques-Louis David

Question 6: What does the following picture show?

  Cover of Oriental Stories (Spring 1932).
  Cover of Oriental Stories (Spring 1932).
  Léon Cogniet's 1835 depiction of Bonaparte's Egyptian Expedition expresses Western perception of "The Exotic Orient"

Question 7: Small ________ appeared on chimneypieces and full-sized ones in gardens.
BodhidharmaBuddhismBuddhist artPagoda

Question 8: Chinoiserie is the catch-all term for the fashion for Chinese themes in decoration in Western Europe, beginning in the late 17th century and peaking in waves, especially ________ Chinoiserie, ca. 1740–1770.
BaroqueArt NouveauRococoNeoclassicism

Question 9: ________Antar; Scheherezade.
Frédéric ChopinMaurice RavelNikolai Rimsky-KorsakovFranz Liszt

Question 10: ________, an American artist who worked in France, used elements of combined patterns, flat planes and shifting perspective of Japanese prints in her own images.
Mary CassattPierre-Auguste RenoirEdgar DegasImpressionism







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