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Macbeth Day 6 April 27. Agenda. Warm up. Warm up Subtext Inflection review 1.5 – subtext line.

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macbeth day 6 april 27
Macbeth Day 6 April 27

Agenda

Warm up

  • Warm up
  • Subtext
  • Inflection review
  • 1.5 – subtext line

People have different ideas about what is considered masculine and what is considered feminine. List 5 attributes or activities that you consider masculine and 5 that you consider feminine. Do you think that your list is pretty typical, or would it anger a lot of people? Explain your answer

lists
Lists
  • Masculine
  • Feminine
listen to 1 5 and 1 6
Listen to 1.5 and 1.6

1.5-1.6 Character of Lady Macbeth

1.5

  • Lady Macbeth reads a letter from her husband telling about his promotion and saying that King Duncan will be visiting in their castle tonight. She greets him with plans of regicide.

1.6

  • Lady Macbeth welcomes Duncan to Inverness
listen to 1 5 and 1 61
Listen to 1.5 and 1.6

1.5-Character of Lady Macbeth

Lines 15-31 and 44-60: Lady Macbeth’s soliloquy

  • How is she reacting to the news of the prophecy? How is it similar/different from Macbeth’s reactions
  • What does she think of her husband? From what we’ve seen, do you think she is right about him?
  • She talks at times about her gender—wishing to be less feminine (“unsex me here”)—why would she have this opinion? What is it about femininity you think she is rejecting and why?
subtext
Subtext
  • What a person is thinking/feeling as he says something.
  • Example: “You’ve made me very happy.”
    • You just promoted me to a better job
    • You just told me I won the lottery.
    • You just wrecked my new car.
oh no you won t
“Oh, no you won’t”
  • Create 3 different subtexts for this line. What is the person thinking or feeling when he says it?
subtext in shakespeare
Subtext in Shakespeare

Text:

YOUNG SIWARD: What is thy name

MACBETH: Thou’lt be afraid to hear it

Subtext:

YOUNG SIWARD

Macbeth

subtext in shakespeare1
Subtext in Shakespeare

Text:

YOUNG SIWARD: What is thy name

MACBETH: Thou’lt be afraid to hear it

Subtext:

YOUNG SIWARD: This is boring. I wish I were back in Kansas with Dorothy

Macbeth: I am going to scare the wits out of this little nerd

subtext in shakespeare2
Subtext in Shakespeare

Text:

YOUNG SIWARD: What is thy name

MACBETH: Thou’lt be afraid to hear it

Subtext:

YOUNG SIWARD: I am scared spitless of this monster

Macbeth: I am going to rip this kid apart

subtext in shakespeare3
Subtext in Shakespeare

Text:

YOUNG SIWARD: What is thy name

MACBETH: Thou’lt be afraid to hear it

Subtext:

YOUNG SIWARD: I hate this killer

Macbeth: What is the use of fighting any longer