Module 1-1.11 revised - Academic Criticism Literature Lady...

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Academic Criticism: Literature Lady Macbeth’s scene from Macbeth Academic Criticism: Art Provide the Title of Your selection Image B Academic Criticism Theater Michael Lynch’s Stage Adaptation Step 1: Observe Here Lady Macbeth seems to be sleep walking and as she is doing that she is talking about Duncan’s murder IN the image she is walking in the dark but holding a candle. The way her head is it almost looks like she is possessed or something She is being watched very closely, maybe the others are in disbelief of what they’re seeing. But whatever the case nothing is a secret. Step 2: Question Why would she be talking about the Murder? What is happening to her right not in the image? Who is lady Macbeth talking to? Step 3: Analyze An exert from the play “will these hands neer be clean: more than likely she is feeling regret for what she and Macbeth had done It is clear that it is
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Unformatted text preview: Lady Macbeth that is carrying the candle, even though she is asleep. Which is interesting that the others have nothing since they are awake. Here it is as if she is arguing with someone. The reason why one should worry is because it’s a warning to herself. Step 4: Evaluate AS what happens with most people when they don’t really think about the consequence their conscience starts attacking her. With it weighting on her mind its transferring to her dreams. Guilt is weighting on her mind, most of the time it gets to be too much on might start imaging things. So the candle is supposed to keep her in reality and not let her mind scare her with the guilt weighing on her It seems that she was dreaming the conversations. That’s what she was saying was not for someone else but for herself, because of her conscience is attacking her for what she did...
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