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  • 1. Unit 18 Art and literature 1
  • 2. A. Art and the arts 2
  • 3. LITERATURE 3
  • 4. biogr__________ dr__________ nov__________ poe_____ sh_____ st_____ • Sh__________ st__________ 4
  • 5. biographies drama novels poetry short stories • Sh__________ st__________ 5
  • 6. PERFORMING ARTS 6
  • 7. bal__________ cin__________ conc__________ : class__________/ro__________, country and w__________ da__________ op__________ Thea__________ 7
  • 8. ballet cinema concerts : classical/rock/country and western dance opera theatre 8
  • 9. FINE ART (S) 9
  • 10. arch__________ cer__________ (= making pots, bowls, etc.) pain__________ sc__________ 10
  • 11. architecture ceramics (= making pots, bowls, etc.) painting sculpture 11
  • 12. The ar__________ (plural) covers everything in the network. Ar__________ (singular, uncountable) usually means f__________ art, but can also refer to technique and creativity. 12
  • 13. The arts (plural) covers everything in the network. Art (singular, uncountable) usually means fine art, but can also refer to technique and creativity. 13
  • 14. Use of ‘the’ When we refer to a performing art in general, we can leave out ‘the’. Are you interested in (the) cinema/ballet/opera/theatre? But : Would you like to come to the cinema/ballet/opera/theatre with us next week? (= particular performance) 14
  • 15. Have you read the a__________ page in the paper today? (= that part of the newspaper that deals with all the things in the network : literature, performing arts, fine art(s) 15
  • 16. Have you read the arts page in the paper today? (= that part of the newspaper that deals with all the things in the network : literature, performing arts, fine art(s) 16
  • 17. She’s a great a__________ l__________. (= loves painting and sculpture) 17
  • 18. She’s a great art lover. (= loves painting and sculpture) 18
  • 19. • Shakespeare was skilled in the a__________ of p__________ (= creative ability). 19
  • 20. • Shakespeare was skilled in the art of poetry (= creative ability). 20
  • 21. Ask Sara to help you decorate your room – she’s very art_____ .(= shows skill and imagination in creating things) 21
  • 22. Ask Sara to help you decorate your room – she’s very artistic.(= shows skill and imagination in creating things) 22
  • 23. A w_____ of a_____ (= plural is w_____ of art) is an object made by a skilled artist – typically a painting, drawing or statue. 23
  • 24. A work of art (= plural is works of art) is an object made by a skilled artist – typically a painting, drawing or statue. 24
  • 25. The phrase a_____ and cr_____ is used to refer to the skills of making objects such as decorations, jewellery and furniture by hand. 25
  • 26. The phrase arts and crafts is used to refer to the skills of making objects such as decorations, jewellery and furniture by hand. 26
  • 27. B. Types of art and artists 27
  • 28. This is a sc_____ - he’s cr_____ a st_____ - his type of art is called sc_____. 28
  • 29. This is a sculptor - he’s creating a statue - his type of art is called sculpture. 29
  • 30. This is a p_____ - she’s thr_____ a p_____ - her type of art is called p_____. 30
  • 31. This is a potter - she’s throwing a pot - her type of art is called pottery. 31
  • 32. This is an arch_____ - he’s des_____ a building - his type of art is called arch_____. 32
  • 33. This is an architect - he’s designing a building - his type of art is called architecture. 33
  • 34. An ab_____ pai_____ involves shapes and colours rather than im_____ of real people or things. 34
  • 35. An abstract painting involves shapes and colours rather than images of real people or things. 35
  • 36. A por_____ is a painting of a person. 36
  • 37. A portrait is a painting of a person. 37
  • 38. A l_____ is a painting of a scene in the countryside. 38
  • 39. A landscape is a painting of a scene in the countryside. 39
  • 40. A st_____ l_____ is a painting of a set of objects that do not move, usually fruit or flowers. 40
  • 41. A still life is a painting of a set of objects that do not move, usually fruit or flowers. 41
  • 42. An or_____ painting is one produced by the painter him/herself rather than a copy or repr_____. 42
  • 43. An original painting is one produced by the painter him/herself rather than a copy or reproduction. 43
  • 44. C. Literature 44
  • 45. Jacquie O’Donnell .is one of the country’s most popular n__________. (= people who write long stories about imaginary people and events, remember a n_____ is typically at least 150 pages long; anything shorter is a short story) 45
  • 46. Jacquie O’Donnell .is one of the country’s most popular novelists. (= people who write long stories about imaginary people and events, remember a n_____ is typically at least 150 pages long; anything shorter is a short story) 46
  • 47. . She has written a s__________ (= set of books featuring the same characters) of romantic novels all with a historical sett__________. (= background for a story or film) 47
  • 48. She has written . series(= set of books a featuring the same characters) of romantic novels all with a historical setting. (= background for a story or film) 48
  • 49. . These have all been b__________ (= very popular books that sell in large numbers) although the cr__________ ( = people whose job it is to give their opinion of something, typically books that sell in large numbers) complain that her pl__________ (= stories) are predictable and her ch__________ (people in a book or film) are not very realistic. 49
  • 50. . These have all been bestsellers (= very popular books that sell in large numbers) although the critics ( = people whose job it is to give their opinion of something, typically books that sell in large numbers) complain that her plots (= stories) are predictable and her characters (people in a book or film) are not very realistic. 50
  • 51. . Her cousin, Pamela Smith, is a more lit__________ (= serious rather than popular) writer and her books tend to get better rev__________ ( = what the critics write) although they do not sell so well. 51
  • 52. . Her cousin, Pamela Smith, is a more literary (= serious rather than popular) writer and her books tend to get better reviews ( = what the critics write) although they do not sell so well. 52
  • 53. . Both writers have a novel which will be ready for p__________ (= making something available in a printed form) later this year; they will also be available to download as e-b__________. 53
  • 54. . Both writers have a novel which will be ready for publication (= making something available in a printed form) later this year; they will also be available to download as e-books. 54
  • 55. . We have received advance c__________ of both novels and it is interesting to compare the opening passage (short piece of text) from Smith’s latest book with an e__________ (= part of a book chosen to be used in an article or for discussion) from the chapter of 0’Donnell’s. 55
  • 56. We have received .advance copies of both novels and it is interesting to compare the opening passage (short piece of text) from Smith’s latest book with an extract (= part of a book chosen to be used in an article or for discussion) from the chapter of 0’Donnell’s. 56

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