Timelines of the arts and literature

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HarperCollins, 1994 - Art - 711 pages
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Organized chonologically, this fascinating source of information on the history of the arts from prehistoric times to the present provides a wealth of knowledge in every field of cultural endeavor: literature--including fiction, poetry, biography, and belles lettres; film and broadcasting; theater and variety; music and dance; and the visual arts.

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This book is a welcome addition to the large body of work that outlines the development of human history. Brownstone and Franck (Timelines of War, LJ 9/1/94) provide an overview of literature, the ... Read full review

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Lucretius Titus Lucretius Cams Roman philo 4443 BC Laws De offkiis De finibus and Brutus
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Visual Arts
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