Neoclassicism is the name for the movement in literature, but also for the other branches of art, which appeared among Western writers, between 1660 and 1798. In translation means new classicism and has roots in classical literature of ancient Greece and Rome. Neoclassicism, therefore, arose much later than the classic era, but inspired by antiquity. Neoclassicism id divided into three periods, The Restoration period, Augustan period and The age of Johnson.
The answer is: Artistic values of ancient Greece and Rome.
Neoclassicism means 'New classicism,' so it is obvious that this particular era drew its influences from the Classical era of ancient Greece and Rome. Artists within the era of Neoclassicism thought that the greatest artists came from ancient Rome and Greece and therefore wanted to try and imitate their art. This especially reflected in paintings and literature, with artists such as Angelica Kauffman, Domenico Vantini (painters), T. S. Eliot, Alexander Pope (writers).
C is correct.
the correct answer is
third option. in the excerpt from "why equal pay is worth fighting
for" by senator elizabeth warren, she supports her point by noting:
"for middle-class families today, it usually takes two incomes to get by.”
warren supported barbara mikulski’s the paycheck fairness act to combat wage
discrimination, as it would to ensure “that salary differences have
something to do with the actual job that they are doing, and not just because
they are women”.