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Othello : new critical essays

Author: Philip C Kolin
Publisher: New York : Routledge, 2002.
Series: Shakespeare criticism, v. 28.
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This book includes twenty-one groundbreaking chapters that examine one of Shakespeare's most complex tragedies. The book explores issues of friendship and fealty, love and betrayal, race and gender  Read more...

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Named Person: William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Philip C Kolin
ISBN: 0815335741 9780815335740
OCLC Number: 46456260
Description: xii, 458 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Blackness made visible : a survey of Othello in criticism, on stage, and on screen / Philip C. Kolin --
The audience's role in Othello / Hugh Macrae Richmond --
White faces, blackface : the production of "race" in Othello / Sujata Iyengar --
Images of white identity in Othello / Peter Erickson --
"Words and performances" : Roderigo and the mixed dramaturgy of race and gender in Othello / John R. Ford --
The curse of Cush : Othello's Judaic ancestry / James R. Andreas, Sr. --
Relating things to the state : "the state" and the subject of Othello / Thomas Moisan --
Venetian ideology or transversal power? Iago's motives and the means by which Othello falls / Bryan Reynolds and JosephFitzpatrick --
Othello : portrait of a marriage / David Bevington --
"Truly, an obedient lady" : Desdemona, Emilia, and the doctrine of obedience in Othello / Sara Munson Deats --
Morality, ethics and the failure of love in Shakespeare's Othello / John Gronbeck-Tedesco --
Keeping faith : water imagery and religious diversity in Othello / Clifford Ronan --
Representing Othello : early modern jury trials and the equitable judgments of tragedy / Nicholas Moschovakis --
Othello among the sonnets / James Schiffer --
The "O" in Othello : tropes of damnation and nothingness / Daniel J. Vitkus --
Trumpeting and "seeled" eyes : a semiotics of [eye]conography in Othello / LaRue Love Sloan --
"Work on my medicine" : physiologies and anatomies in Othello / Mary F. Lux --
Reading Othello backwords / Jay L. Halio --
The mystery of the early Othello texts / Scott McMillin --
"My cue to fight" : stage violence in Othello / Francis X. Kuhn --
An interview with Kent Thompson, artistic director of the Alabama Shakespeare Festival / Philip C. Kolin.
Series Title: Shakespeare criticism, v. 28.
Responsibility: edited by Philip C. Kolin.
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