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Critical study of Macbeth Exam question
Unpack the rubric • How does an audience respond to Macbeth in differentsocial – cultural – and historical (time AND place) perspectives / interpretations / and values/opinions • Audience??? • How = what language and dramatic forms / techniques are used to “manipulate” or influence the meaning of the words…? – and therefore – you the audience
Audience = me – and these directors / actors • Based on – in the context of= • Freeston’s time? • Freeston’s “place”? • Freeston’s cultural beliefs and opinions • Freestons’s social group – and it’s opinions • Based on – in the context of= • Nunn’s time? • Nunn’s “place”? • Nunn’s cultural beliefs and opinions • Nunn’s social group – and it’s opinions • Based on – in the context of= • My time? • My “place”? • My cultural beliefs and opinions • My social group – and it’s opinions
“Fair is foul and foul is fair” • In the context of your critical study of Macbeth, to what extent (how much) does your response to Act 1, Scene Vinform your judgement of Lady Macbeth and her role in the tragedy of the play? • In your response, make detailed reference to Macbeth
your judgement of Lady Macbeth and her role in the tragedy of the play??? • Is she “fair is foul and foul is fair”?