William Shakespeare's Othello: A Routledge Study Guide and Sourcebook - Routledge Guides to Literature by Andrew Hadfield
Othello, written by William Shakespeare (1601-2), has been delightful and disturbing to the theater audience for the past four centuries and remains one of the most frequently performed plays. This…
William Shakespeare's Othello synopsis
Othello, written by William Shakespeare (1601-2), has been delightful and disturbing to the theater audience for the past four centuries and remains one of the most frequently performed plays. This volume is a wide-ranging guide to Othello, offering an introduction to: * The context of the play, through a brief, accessible, chronological view and documents that have been reprinted from the period * A collection of cash responses to the game, Printed, accompanied by illustrative explanatory headings * play in performance, through a selection of clearly presented readings on the subject, as well as illustrations.
The author then examines the main sections of the play in detail. Each section is reprinted in full, along with commentary and annotations that provide important guidance to the Shakespeare language and the critical issues surrounding the text.
Throughout the volume, interactive references link contextual material, monetary responses and script play. If you have started studying Othello, this reference is the only guide you can not afford..
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