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 Theme: Ambition unchecked can lead to corruption. Characterization: In this scene, a Doctor and Lady Macbeths gentlewomen keep an eye on Lady Macbeth while she sleep walks, and spots her saying a secret that she was carrying in her heart. Use of Language: Metaphor- “Out, damned spot! Out, I say!—One, two. Why, then, ’tis time to do ’t. “ Paradox- “Here’s the smell of the blood still. All the perfumes of Arabia will not sweeten this little hand. Oh, Oh, Oh!” Plot development: Conclusion
Figures: The image describes Lady Macbeth sleepwalking holding the candle as described in the scene. And the Doctor and the gentlewomen keeping an watch on her. Colors: Lady Macbeth wearing a white nightgown, white like if shes considered lightness Landscape: dark in the house
Figures: This production included the doctor, the gentlewomen , and lady Macbeth. The doctor is described as a women dressed in black with weird ugly hair. Colors: Doctor wears black. The gentlewomen wears like a brown dress. And lady Macbeth wearing a white nightgown holding a candle. Landscape: stage is dark, good setting for a night.
Step 2: Question Why does Shakespeare describe Lady Macbeth broken by such a emotional pressure? Why did the artist incorporate such elements like described in the literature? Why did the author incorporate the same details as described in the literature? Step 3: Analyze He probably wants the audience to understand that even though she pushed Macbeth to doing all the murder, she kept that heavy guilt in her afterwards which was only shown through sleepwalking. The artist probably wanted to show an exact image as the literature described. Probably to show exactt image as what shake sphere described. Step 4: Evaluate In this scene, Shakespeare introduces...
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