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I need assistance in answering the following questions for Renaissance Through Contemporary Art. I am so over whelmed with some of my other classes that I am having trouble answering these questions. Any help you can provide is greatly appreciated.

Part A. Consider how our contemporary culture has equivalents to Neoclassicism and Romanticism in areas such as architecture, popular music, movies, fashion, and product design. Share three specific illustrations of classic and/or romantic tendencies in our culture.

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As you consider how our contemporary culture has equivalents to Neoclassicism in areas such as architecture, popular music, movies, fashion, and product design, you might examine how Neoclassical influences occur in fashion today. For example, many designers for women's clothing are making items that resembles classical Greek and Roman trends as in the flowy shirt dresses that look almost like togas and the ...

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This job proves how our contemporary culture has equivalents to Neoclassicism and Romanticism in areas such as architecture, popular music, movies, fashion, and product design.

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