This is a PowerPoint presentation containing several paintings and illustrations of the play. Several of paintings are the work of artists from the Pre-Raphaelite era. Dates and artists are listed when known.
The paintings are organized in order of the events of the play. Over 35 images are included. This PowerPoint can be utilized in many ways. I tend to show paintings such as these immediately after reading the scene depicted in the painting. I generally start with a basic question such as, "What do you think? Did the artist do a good job of illustrating the scene? Why or why not?" I never wait for volunteers. I randomly call on students by drawing their names out of a basket. I find that reluctant readers tend to start paying more attention because they are able to connect to the visual. By the end of the play, students always ask/want to see the paintings for each scene.