ESSAY QUESTION. Please explain the symbolism, inherent irony (if any), and foreshadowing in the following advertisement, created by Conde Nast and Vogue, and entitled Point of Passion. The subject of the work is Natalia Vodianova, the Russian supermodel and face of Calvin Klein, who memorably testafied at Diane Von Furstenberg's model summit that she starved herself after the birth of her first child to ensure further success in the industry. In this piece, Natalia holds her second child, Neva Portman. Natalia is now pregnant with her third child, as you may be able to see in the photograph. The text of the image reads, "It's not just reading, it's a rite of passage." A larger reproduction of the piece is below. You have thirty minutes. Please, no texting during the exam.