Chapter 12: Industrialization And Nationalism, 1800–1870( 1)

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Chapter 12: Industrialization and Nationalism, 1800–1870 ( 1)


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  • 1. 

    The first public railway line, called the Rocket, ran for 32 miles from Liverpool to _______.

    • A.

      Glasgow

    • B.

      Bristol

    • C.

      Manchester

    • D.

      London

    Correct Answer
    C. Manchester
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Manchester. The question asks about the destination of the first public railway line called the Rocket. The Rocket was built by George Stephenson and it ran for 32 miles from Liverpool to Manchester. Therefore, Manchester is the correct answer.

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  • 2. 

    Henry Cort developed a process called puddling that _______.

    • A.

      Enabled spinners to produce cotton thread faster

    • B.

      Was used to produced high - quality iron

    • C.

      Increased crop yield

    • D.

      Enabled the stream engine to drive machinery

    Correct Answer
    B. Was used to produced high - quality iron
    Explanation
    Henry Cort developed a process called puddling that was used to produce high-quality iron. This process involved heating iron ore in a furnace and stirring it to remove impurities, resulting in a stronger and more durable iron. Puddling revolutionized the iron industry by allowing for the mass production of high-quality iron, which was essential for the development of various industries, such as construction, manufacturing, and transportation.

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  • 3. 

    The Industrial Revolution began in ________ in the 1780's.

    • A.

      Belgium

    • B.

      France

    • C.

      Great Britain

    • D.

      The United States

    Correct Answer
    C. Great Britain
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Great Britain. The Industrial Revolution began in Great Britain in the 1780s. This period marked a significant shift from manual labor to machine-based manufacturing, leading to advancements in technology and the rise of factories. Great Britain had abundant natural resources, such as coal and iron ore, which were crucial for industrial development. Additionally, the country had a stable political and economic system, favorable trade policies, and a skilled workforce, all of which contributed to its position as the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution.

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  • 4. 

    The Industrial Revolution brought with it _________, an economic system based on industrial production that created a new middle class.

    • A.

      Cottage industries

    • B.

      Socialism

    • C.

      Entrepreneurship

    • D.

      Industrial capitalism

    Correct Answer
    D. Industrial capitalism
    Explanation
    The correct answer is industrial capitalism. The Industrial Revolution led to the rise of industrial capitalism, which is an economic system based on industrial production. This system created a new middle class as it allowed for the growth of factories and the expansion of industries. Industrial capitalism is characterized by private ownership of the means of production, profit-seeking, and market competition. It brought about significant changes in society, including urbanization, technological advancements, and the accumulation of wealth by the capitalist class.

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  • 5. 

    The United States was a large country in the 1800's, and the developement of _________ was most important for a good transportation system. 

    • A.

      Railroads

    • B.

      Canals

    • C.

      Steamboats

    • D.

      Roads

    Correct Answer
    A. Railroads
    Explanation
    Railroads were the most important development for a good transportation system in the 1800s in the United States. Railroads revolutionized transportation by providing a faster, more efficient, and reliable mode of transportation for both goods and people. They connected distant regions, facilitated trade and commerce, and contributed to the economic growth and expansion of the country. Railroads also played a crucial role in westward expansion, allowing settlers to travel to and settle in new territories. Overall, the development of railroads had a profound impact on the United States' transportation system and its overall development during the 1800s.

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  • 6. 

    The great powers of Europe - Great Britain, _______, Russia, and Prussia-met at the Congress of Vienna in September 1814. 

    • A.

      Austria

    • B.

      Spain

    • C.

      Belguim

    • D.

      Italy

    Correct Answer
    A. Austria
    Explanation
    The great powers of Europe, including Great Britain, Austria, Russia, and Prussia, met at the Congress of Vienna in September 1814.

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  • 7. 

    _____________ is a political philosophy based on tradition and social stability.

    • A.

      Socialism

    • B.

      Conservatism

    • C.

      Nationalism

    • D.

      Liberalism

    Correct Answer
    B. Conservatism
    Explanation
    Conservatism is a political philosophy that emphasizes the importance of tradition and social stability. It advocates for the preservation of established institutions, customs, and values, as well as gradual change rather than radical reform. Conservatives believe that society should be organized in a way that maintains order, stability, and continuity, and that change should be approached cautiously to prevent unintended consequences. This philosophy often supports limited government intervention and individual freedom within the framework of traditional values and social norms.

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  • 8. 

    The principle of legitimacy meant that ___________.

    • A.

      Only legitimate European powers could attend the Congress of Vienna

    • B.

      Royal families had to prove they were qualified, or legitimate, to serve

    • C.

      Lawful monarchs who had ruled before Napoleon would be restored to the throne

    • D.

      Rulers who did not rule legitimately would be replaced by new rulers

    Correct Answer
    C. Lawful monarchs who had ruled before Napoleon would be restored to the throne
    Explanation
    The principle of legitimacy refers to the restoration of lawful monarchs who had ruled before Napoleon to their thrones. This means that those monarchs who were overthrown by Napoleon's conquests would be reinstated as the legitimate rulers of their respective countries. The principle aimed to establish stability and order in Europe by returning power to those who had a rightful claim to it.

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  • 9. 

    In ____________, liberals overthrew the Bourton monarch Charles X to establish a constitutionalmonarchy.

    • A.

      Poland

    • B.

      Italy

    • C.

      Belguim

    • D.

      France

    Correct Answer
    D. France
    Explanation
    In France, liberals overthrew the Bourton monarch Charles X to establish a constitutional monarchy.

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  • 10. 

    An all German parliament, called the ________, was held to prepare a constitution for a new united Germany.

    • A.

      Germany Confederation

    • B.

      Second Republic

    • C.

      German Republic

    • D.

      Franfurt Assembly

    Correct Answer
    D. Franfurt Assembly
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Frankfurt Assembly. The Frankfurt Assembly was an all-German parliament that was held in Frankfurt, Germany, in 1848-1849. Its main purpose was to prepare a constitution for a new united Germany. During this assembly, representatives from various German states came together to discuss and debate the future of Germany. Although the Frankfurt Assembly ultimately failed to achieve its goal of a united Germany, it played a significant role in shaping the political landscape and aspirations of the German people during the mid-19th century.

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  • 11. 

    ______________ was the Prussian prime minister known for practicinig the "politics of reality."

    • A.

      William I

    • B.

      Giuseppe Garibaldi

    • C.

      Camillo di Cavour

    • D.

      Otto von Bismarck

    Correct Answer
    D. Otto von Bismarck
    Explanation
    Otto von Bismarck was the Prussian prime minister known for practicing the "politics of reality." Bismarck was a skilled diplomat and strategist who believed in using practical and pragmatic approaches to achieve political goals. He was known for his realpolitik ideology, which emphasized practical considerations rather than moral or ideological principles. Bismarck successfully unified Germany through a series of wars and diplomatic maneuvers, establishing the German Empire under the leadership of William I. His policies focused on maintaining stability and power for Prussia and Germany, often through alliances and careful negotiations.

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  • 12. 

    After losing the Franco-Prussian War, France had to pay 5 million francs and give up the provinces of ___________ and Lorraine to the new German state. 

    • A.

      Alsace

    • B.

      Versailles

    • C.

      Rome

    • D.

      Paris

    Correct Answer
    A. Alsace
    Explanation
    After losing the Franco-Prussian War, France was required to pay a sum of 5 million francs and surrender the provinces of Alsace and Lorraine to the newly formed German state.

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  • 13. 

    The Compromise of 1867 created __________.

    • A.

      The dual monarchy of Austria-Hungary

    • B.

      A new Italian state

    • C.

      A new French government

    • D.

      An alliance between France, Great Britain, and Austria

    Correct Answer
    A. The dual monarchy of Austria-Hungary
    Explanation
    The Compromise of 1867 refers to an agreement that was reached between the Austrian Empire and the Kingdom of Hungary. This compromise led to the creation of the dual monarchy of Austria-Hungary. Under this arrangement, both Austria and Hungary were granted separate governments and parliaments, but they shared a common monarch and common institutions such as finance and defense. This compromise was a response to growing demands for autonomy and self-rule from Hungary, and it aimed to maintain the unity of the Austrian Empire while granting Hungary greater political power and recognition.

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  • 14. 

    As opinions over slavery and abolition grew more divided, on December 20, 1860,_________became the first state to secede from the United States.

    • A.

      South Carolina

    • B.

      Illinois

    • C.

      Geroge

    • D.

      North Carolina

    Correct Answer
    A. South Carolina
    Explanation
    As opinions over slavery and abolition grew more divided, South Carolina became the first state to secede from the United States on December 20, 1860. The issue of slavery was a major point of contention between the northern and southern states, with the southern states relying heavily on slave labor for their agricultural economy. South Carolina, being a southern state, felt that their rights to own slaves were being threatened and decided to secede from the United States as a result. This event marked the beginning of the American Civil War.

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  • 15. 

    _________ issued an emancipation edict, freeing Russian serfs.

    • A.

      Czar Alexander III

    • B.

      Francis Joseph

    • C.

      Czar Alexander II

    • D.

      Otto von Bismarck

    Correct Answer
    C. Czar Alexander II
    Explanation
    Czar Alexander II issued an emancipation edict, freeing Russian serfs. This decision was a significant moment in Russian history as it abolished serfdom, which was a system of feudal labor where peasants were tied to the land and essentially treated as property. The emancipation edict granted the serfs their freedom and allowed them to own land, marry without permission, and engage in other activities previously restricted. This move was part of Alexander II's broader reform agenda, known as the Great Reforms, aimed at modernizing and liberalizing Russia.

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  • 16. 

    Dawin's idea that each kind of plant and animals has evolved over a long period of time from earlier and simplier forms of life is called __________.

    • A.

      Organic evolution

    • B.

      Secularization

    • C.

      Romanticism

    • D.

      Dawinism

    Correct Answer
    A. Organic evolution
    Explanation
    The correct answer is organic evolution. This refers to Dawin's idea that different species of plants and animals have gradually developed and changed over time from simpler forms of life. It is the process of adaptation and natural selection that leads to the diversity of life on Earth today.

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  • 17. 

    Indeference or rejection of religion or religion consideration is called _________. 

    • A.

      Romanticism

    • B.

      Realism

    • C.

      Evolution

    • D.

      Secularization

    Correct Answer
    D. Secularization
    Explanation
    Secularization refers to the act of disregarding or rejecting religious beliefs or considerations. It is the process of moving away from religious influence and adopting a more secular or non-religious perspective. This can involve a shift towards a more rational or scientific worldview, as well as a decrease in the influence of religion in social, cultural, and political aspects of life. Secularization can be seen as a response to the changing values and beliefs in modern society, where religious authority and practices may be questioned or marginalized.

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  • 18. 

    The most famous artist of the realist school was __________.

    • A.

      Eugene Delacroix

    • B.

      Loius Pasture

    • C.

      Gustave Courbet

    • D.

      Charles Dickens

    Correct Answer
    C. Gustave Courbet
    Explanation
    Gustave Courbet is considered the most famous artist of the realist school because he was a leading figure in the movement and his works exemplified the principles of realism. Courbet rejected the idealized and romanticized subjects of traditional art and instead focused on depicting ordinary people and everyday scenes with a gritty and unfiltered realism. His paintings often portrayed the working class and rural life, challenging the established norms of the art world. Courbet's bold and honest approach to art made him a significant figure in the development of realism as an artistic movement.

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  • 19. 

    The French scientist proposed the germ theory of disease

    • A.

      Eugene Delacroix

    • B.

      Lois Pasture

    • C.

      Charles Dickens

    • D.

      William Wordsworth

    Correct Answer
    B. Lois Pasture
    Explanation
    Lois Pasteur was a French scientist who is known for proposing the germ theory of disease. This theory states that many diseases are caused by microorganisms, such as bacteria and viruses, rather than by supernatural or environmental factors. Pasteur's work revolutionized the understanding of diseases and led to significant advancements in medicine and public health.

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  • 20. 

    A British novelists who wrote realistic novels was ______________.

    • A.

      Charles Dickens

    • B.

      William Wordsworth

    • C.

      Mary Shelley

    • D.

      Loius Pasture

    Correct Answer
    A. Charles Dickens
    Explanation
    Charles Dickens is the correct answer because he was a British novelist known for writing realistic novels. He is widely regarded as one of the greatest writers of the Victorian era and his works, such as "Great Expectations" and "A Tale of Two Cities," are known for their vivid characters and detailed descriptions of social issues. Dickens' novels often depicted the harsh realities of life in 19th-century England, highlighting the struggles of the working class and advocating for social reform. His realistic portrayals of society made him a prominent figure in English literature.

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  • 21. 

    The process by which forms of life having traits that better enable them to adapt to specific environmental pressures, as predators, changes in climate, or competition for food or mates, will tend to survive and reproduce in greater numbers than others of their kind, thus ensuring the perpetuation of those favorable traits in succeeding generations.

    • A.

      Realism

    • B.

      Natural selection

    • C.

      Organic evolution

    • D.

      Secularization

    Correct Answer
    B. Natural selection
    Explanation
    Natural selection is the correct answer because it refers to the process by which certain traits that are advantageous for survival and reproduction become more common in a population over time. This occurs because individuals with these traits are more likely to survive and pass on their genes to the next generation. As a result, the population becomes better adapted to its environment. Realism, organic evolution, and secularization are not directly related to the concept described in the question.

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  • 22. 

    The  principle set forth by Darwin that every plant or animal has evolved, or changed, over a long period of time from earlier, simplier forms of life to more complex forms

    • A.

      Natural selection

    • B.

      Realism

    • C.

      Secularization

    • D.

      Organic evolution

    Correct Answer
    D. Organic evolution
    Explanation
    Organic evolution refers to the principle set forth by Darwin that every plant or animal has evolved or changed over a long period of time from earlier, simpler forms of life to more complex forms. This concept is based on the idea of natural selection, where organisms with advantageous traits are more likely to survive and reproduce, passing on those traits to future generations. Organic evolution is a scientific explanation for the diversity of life on Earth and is supported by extensive evidence from various fields of study, including genetics, paleontology, and comparative anatomy.

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  • 23. 

    The __________, which sped up weaving and ended cloth-making as a cottage industry, was the first major improvement in the process of making cotton.

    • A.

      Water-powered loom

    • B.

      Flying shuttle

    • C.

      Steam-powered loom

    • D.

      Spinning jenny

    Correct Answer
    B. Flying shuttle
    Explanation
    The flying shuttle was a significant invention that revolutionized the process of making cotton by speeding up weaving and ultimately ending cloth-making as a cottage industry. This device, which was operated by hand, allowed weavers to work faster and produce wider fabrics. It enabled the weaver to throw the shuttle back and forth across the loom with one hand, eliminating the need for a second person. This innovation greatly increased productivity and paved the way for further advancements in the textile industry.

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  • 24. 

    The coal-driven __________ became crucial to Britain’s Industrial Revolution.

    • A.

      Spinning jenny

    • B.

      Flying shuttle

    • C.

      Steam engine

    • D.

      Loom

    Correct Answer
    C. Steam engine
    Explanation
    The steam engine became crucial to Britain's Industrial Revolution because it allowed for the mechanization of various industries. Unlike the spinning jenny, flying shuttle, and loom, which were important advancements in textile manufacturing, the steam engine had a much broader impact. It powered machinery in factories, facilitated transportation by powering trains and ships, and provided a reliable source of energy for various industrial processes. Its ability to generate power efficiently and on a large scale revolutionized the way goods were produced, leading to increased productivity and the rapid growth of the industrial economy.

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  • 25. 

    Which was NOT a feature of the new industrial economy?

    • A.

      Railroad building created new jobs for farm laborers and peasants.

    • B.

      Lowered transportation costs led to lower prices for consumer goods.

    • C.

      Factories needed to be located near water sources.

    • D.

      More sales allowed business owners to reinvest their profits and grow their businesses.

    Correct Answer
    C. Factories needed to be located near water sources.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Factories needed to be located near water sources." This is because factories in the new industrial economy were not necessarily required to be located near water sources. The development of steam power and the invention of the steam engine allowed factories to be located anywhere, not just near water sources. This technological advancement gave businesses the flexibility to establish factories in areas that were convenient for other factors such as proximity to raw materials or transportation routes.

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  • 26. 

    During the Industrial Revolution, __________ caused many people to move to the cities.

    • A.

      Improved transportation

    • B.

      Factory jobs in cities

    • C.

      An increase in the food supply

    • D.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    B. Factory jobs in cities
    Explanation
    During the Industrial Revolution, factory jobs in cities caused many people to move to the cities. This is because the Industrial Revolution brought about a shift from agricultural-based economies to industrial-based economies, leading to the establishment of factories in cities. These factories provided employment opportunities for people, especially those from rural areas, who were seeking better economic prospects. As a result, the availability of factory jobs in cities became a significant pull factor for migration during this period.

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  • 27. 

    Led by Klemens von Metternich from __________, the great powers met at the Congress of Vienna to establish a stable order in Europe.

    • A.

      Austria

    • B.

      Great Britain

    • C.

      Prussia

    • D.

      Russia

    Correct Answer
    A. Austria
    Explanation
    Led by Klemens von Metternich, the great powers met at the Congress of Vienna to establish a stable order in Europe. Austria, being the home country of Metternich, played a central role in organizing and hosting the congress. As one of the major powers in Europe at the time, Austria had considerable influence and was instrumental in shaping the decisions and agreements reached during the congress.

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  • 28. 

    Liberalism, a political philosophy based on Enlightenment principles, held that __________

    • A.

      Government should regulate people’s lives as much as possible.

    • B.

      Civil liberties should be protected.

    • C.

      Monarchies should be abolished.

    • D.

      All people should have the right to vote.

    Correct Answer
    B. Civil liberties should be protected.
    Explanation
    Liberalism, a political philosophy based on Enlightenment principles, held that civil liberties should be protected. This means that liberalism advocates for the protection of individual freedoms and rights, such as freedom of speech, religion, and assembly. It emphasizes the importance of limiting government intervention in people's lives and promoting individual autonomy. By safeguarding civil liberties, liberalism aims to ensure a society that respects and upholds the rights and freedoms of its citizens.

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  • 29. 

    In 1848, the forces of liberalism and nationalism led to failed revolutions in all of the following countries EXCEPT __________

    • A.

      Austria.

    • B.

      Italy.

    • C.

      Germany.

    • D.

      Belgium

    Correct Answer
    D. Belgium
    Explanation
    The forces of liberalism and nationalism in 1848 resulted in failed revolutions in Austria, Italy, and Germany. However, Belgium did not experience a failed revolution during this time period.

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  • 30. 

    Which of the following did NOT contribute to Italian unification?

    • A.

      The growth of the kingdom of Piedmont

    • B.

      The military successes of Garibaldi

    • C.

      The Franco-Prussian War

    • D.

      The decline of the Ottoman Empire

    Correct Answer
    B. The military successes of Garibaldi
    Explanation
    The military successes of Garibaldi did contribute to Italian unification. Garibaldi was a key figure in the unification process, leading the Red Shirts in various successful military campaigns. He played a crucial role in the conquest of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies and the capture of the Papal States, both of which were significant steps towards the unification of Italy. Therefore, the statement that the military successes of Garibaldi did not contribute to Italian unification is incorrect.

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  • 31. 

    Germany achieved unification __________

    • A.

      After it won the Franco-Prussian War.

    • B.

      When Count Otto von Bismarck became prime minister.

    • C.

      When the southern German states agreed to enter the North German Confederation.

    • D.

      When Prussia took leadership of the Frankfurt Assembly.

    Correct Answer
    C. When the southern German states agreed to enter the North German Confederation.
    Explanation
    Germany achieved unification when the southern German states agreed to enter the North German Confederation. This event marked a significant step towards the unification of Germany, as it brought together various German states under one political entity. The North German Confederation, led by Prussia, laid the foundation for the eventual formation of the German Empire in 1871. This agreement demonstrated a willingness among the southern German states to join forces with Prussia and work towards a unified German nation.

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  • 32. 

    The Compromise of 1867 __________

    • A.

      Created the dual monarchy of Austria-Hungary.

    • B.

      Kept the best Russian lands in the hands of large landholders.

    • C.

      Placed Alsace and Lorraine under German control.

    • D.

      Allowed Italy to annex Rome.

    Correct Answer
    A. Created the dual monarchy of Austria-Hungary.
    Explanation
    The Compromise of 1867 refers to an agreement that was made between the Austrian Empire and the Kingdom of Hungary. This compromise led to the creation of the dual monarchy of Austria-Hungary, where both Austria and Hungary were given equal status and shared a common ruler. This arrangement allowed for a certain level of autonomy for Hungary while still maintaining a unified state.

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  • 33. 

    Abolitionism's goal was to __________

    • A.

      End serfdom in Russia.

    • B.

      Abolish the monarchy in France.

    • C.

      End slavery in the United States.

    • D.

      Join Upper and Lower Canada.

    Correct Answer
    C. End slavery in the United States.
    Explanation
    Abolitionism was a social and political movement that aimed to put an end to slavery in the United States. It emerged in the 18th and 19th centuries and gained momentum through various means, such as organizing protests, advocating for the emancipation of enslaved individuals, and promoting the idea of equal rights for all. Abolitionists played a crucial role in raising awareness about the inhumane treatment of enslaved people and ultimately contributed to the abolition of slavery in the United States with the ratification of the Thirteenth Amendment in 1865.

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  • 34. 

    At the end of the eighteenth century, romanticism emerged as a reaction to the ideas of __________

    • A.

      Enlightenment.

    • B.

      Realpolitik.

    • C.

      Nationalism.

    • D.

      Liberalism.

    Correct Answer
    A. Enlightenment.
    Explanation
    Romanticism emerged as a reaction to the ideas of Enlightenment. The Enlightenment was an intellectual and philosophical movement that emphasized reason, logic, and science as the basis for understanding and improving society. It promoted ideas of individualism, rationality, and progress. In contrast, romanticism rejected the rationality and scientific approach of the Enlightenment, focusing instead on emotions, intuition, and the beauty of nature. Romanticism sought to explore the individual's inner world and celebrate the power of imagination, often criticizing the perceived coldness and rigidity of Enlightenment ideals.

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  • 35. 

    The new faith in science and the natural world rather than religion is best reflected in the works of __________

    • A.

      Louis Pasteur.

    • B.

      Charles Darwin.

    • C.

      Dmitry Mendeleyev.

    • D.

      Michael Faraday.

    Correct Answer
    B. Charles Darwin.
    Explanation
    The new faith in science and the natural world rather than religion is best reflected in the works of Charles Darwin. Darwin's theory of evolution challenged religious beliefs by proposing that species evolve over time through natural selection, rather than being created by a divine being. His work, particularly his book "On the Origin of Species," had a profound impact on the fields of biology and anthropology and marked a shift towards a more scientific understanding of the natural world.

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  • 36. 

    All of the following were common features of realism in literature EXCEPT __________

    • A.

      The rejection of romanticism.

    • B.

      The use of precise description.

    • C.

      A preference for the novel over poetry.

    • D.

      The use of exotic settings.

    Correct Answer
    D. The use of exotic settings.
    Explanation
    Realism in literature is characterized by its rejection of romanticism, the use of precise description, and a preference for the novel over poetry. However, it does not typically involve the use of exotic settings. Realism focuses on depicting everyday life and ordinary people, often in familiar and mundane settings, rather than exotic or fantastical locations. Therefore, the use of exotic settings is not a common feature of realism in literature.

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