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Othello Act Five – Imagery and Symbolism Aim – the aim of this lesson is to read, analyse and annotate Act Five (end scene 1 at least) and to explore the different types of imagery and symbolism within the text.
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OBJECTIVES You will read, analyse and annotate Act Five – linking into earlier scenes. You will analyse the significance of the handkerchief for each character. You will analyse the various types of imagery within the text.
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Much Ado about a Handkerchief Working in pairs/threes You will work on one character each (Iago, Desdemona, Othello, Cassio, Bianca,Emilia) You will explore what the handkerchief represents for your character. You will explore the various meanings that could be applied to the appearance/design of the handkerchief. You will explore how the handkerchief becomes a major part of the ‘plot’ of the play – and how it impacts on your character You will explore what the handkerchief
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Unformatted text preview: means to the audience. Imagery Headings for imagery include Weather, Love, Hate, War/battles, Eyes, Blood, Heaven, Hell, Sex, Colour and Animals. Working individually you will explore the various ways your topic is presented within the text. You must locate quotations from the text. You must explain why they are significant. Lov e Heave n Hell Colour Blood weather sex EYES Animal s War/ battles Imagery Create a larger spider-diagram by sticking your poster onto the larger sheet of paper. Circulate around each of the topics see if you can add any more points. You should draw on arrows where two types of imagery link in to each other Animal imagery may be used to talk about sex, Love and hate may both link into sex, war and hate may link into each other etc. MAKE SURE YOU NOTE DOWN EACH POINT ON THE POSTER BEFORE THE END OF THE LESSON!...
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This note was uploaded on 08/22/2011 for the course ENGLISH LI 121 taught by Professor Asmith during the Fall '11 term at Faculty of English Commerce Ain Shams University.

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