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who was an expressionist artist of the 1950s, who created works by spattering, dripping, and splashing paint on canvases. A. Jack Kerouac B. Jackson Pollack C. James Dean D. Alfred Kinsey
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User: who was an expressionist artist of the 1950s, who created works by spattering, dripping, and splashing paint on canvases. A. Jack Kerouac B. Jackson Pollack C. James Dean D. Alfred Kinsey

Weegy: B. Jackson Pollack was an expressionist artist of the 1950s, who created works by spattering, dripping, and splashing paint on canvases.
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User: Which of the following was NOT a writer connected to the Beat Movement? A. William S. Burroughs B. Jack Kerouac C. James Dean D. Allen Ginsberg

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James Dean was NOT a writer connected to the Beat Movement.
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