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Critical essays on Shakespeare's Othello

Author: Anthony Gerard Barthelemy
Publisher: New York : G.K. Hall, ©1994.
Series: Critical essays on British literature.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Contemporary essays explore the issues that distinguish Othello from Shakespeare's other great tragedies. Topics addressed include race, gender, textual authority and history, the handkerchief as a symbol of female sexuality, will and desire, and the significance of sexual activity in the play.
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Critical essays on Shakespeare's Othello.
New York : G.K. Hall, c1994
(OCoLC)608764638
Online version:
Critical essays on Shakespeare's Othello.
New York : G.K. Hall, c1994
(OCoLC)624882652
Named Person: William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Anthony Gerard Barthelemy
ISBN: 0816188661 9780816188666
OCLC Number: 30154527
Description: ix, 243 p. ; 25 cm.
Contents: The peculiarity of Othello / A.C. Bradley --
Othello--an interpretation / Eldred Jones --
Orthello's handkerchief : "the recognizance and pledge of love" / Lynda Boose --
Women and men in Othello / Carol Thomas Neely --
Ethiops washed white : Moors of the nonvillainous type / Anthony Gerard Barthelemy --
The sound of O in Othello : the real of the tragedy of desire / Joel Fineman --
"And wash the Ethiop white" : femininity and the monstrous in Othello / Karen Newman --
The second quarto of Othello and the question of textual "authority" / Thomas L. Berger --
Sexuality and racial difference / Ania Loomba --
Unproper beds : race, adultery, and the hideous in Othello / Michael Neill --
Lieutenancy, standing in, and Othello / Julia Genster.
Series Title: Critical essays on British literature.
Responsibility: edited by Anthony Gerard Barthelemy.

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Contemporary essays explore the issues that distinguish Othello from Shakespeare's other great tragedies. Topics addressed include race, gender, textual authority and history, the handkerchief as a symbol of female sexuality, will and desire, and the significance of sexual activity in the play.

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