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1.  What happened after Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest opened? 2.  ( T or F ) Arthur Miller's The Crucible has one set: a courtroom during the HUAC hearings. 3.  ( T or F ) Ballet companies of today are afraid the public will boycott The Rite of Spring. 4.  Calling a wife "the little woman" and saying that certain minorities exhibit recognizable traits such as laziness or stinginess are examples of: 5. Identifying closely with minorities was Edmonia Lewis, whose talent was: 6.  In one of her essays, Virginia Woolf spoke of her experiences at Oxford University and complained that: 7.  Joyce's Ulysses was described by Judge Woolsey as 'not an easy book to read or to understand," partly because: 8.  (T or F) Like van Gogh, Michelangelo was soundly rejected by the society of his time. 9.  Linda Nochlin's essay entitled "Why There are No Great Women Artists" points out that all of these circumstances hindered female artists, except one: 10.  Marcel Duchamp was excluded from an art exhibit because: 11.  Martin Scorsese's film The Last Temptation of Christ was denounced for its: 12.  ( T or F ) Nelson Rockefeller demanded that Rivera's mural at Rockefeller Center be removed because of alleged obscenity and its bizarre style. 13.  (T or F) The artist Frida Kahlo was forced to exhibit under her husband's name at first. 14.  The House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC) was formed for: 15.  The Nazi Minister of Propaganda attempted to purge the nation by burning the books of all of the following groups with the exception of which one: 16.  When we say that stereotyping is a form of repression, we mean that: 17. Igor Stravinsky was controversial because?

18. Salman Rushdie wrote:
19. Lady Chatterly's Lover caused a stir because:
20. Oscar Wilde was the controversial artist of:
21. The Crucible is about:
22. After viewing the first version of Tartuffe, Catholic authorities demanded that...
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