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Visual Analysis Practice: You will have one visual analysis prompt on your test. As you practice below, you need to: Explain what’s being portrayed visually Identify the motif

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Visual Analysis Practice: You will have one visual analysis prompt on your test. As you practice below, you need to:

  • Explain what’s being portrayed visually
  • Identify the motif
  • Provide an example (clear, specific EXAMPLEdon’t bother witha piece of textual evidence) to illustrate what the image is conveying
  • Provide explanation of how your specific example from the text really does connect to the visual
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Motif: gender reversal

  • Connection to text (multiple examples)
  • Lady Macbeth in her “Unsex me here” speech in which she fears that Mac is too gentle-hearted to kill; so, she will have to orchestrate things
  • Mac unsure of whether or not he will kill Duncan, to which Lady M questions his manhood—even saying she’d sooner bash the brains of her own child than go back on a promise like Mac has made
  • Mac is upset after murder; won’t go back to place daggers with the guards so Lady M has to do it

You’d want to explain how the characters above, by physically switching traditional gender-marked clothing, metaphorically exchange stereotypical male/female characteristics. Lady M takes on the aggressive role associated with ACTION, whereas Mac is the timid one in need of constant reassurance.