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  • othello Tells The Story Of A Moorish General In Command Of The Armed Forces Of Venice, Who Earns The Enmity Of His Ensign Iago By Passing Him Over For A Promotion. Partly For Revenge And Partly Out Of Pure Evil, Iago Plots To Convince Othello That Desdemona, His Wife, Has Been Unfaithful To Him.

    Unique Features Of The Signet Classic Shakespeare

    • an Extensive Overview Of Shakespeare's Life, World, And Theater By The General Editor Of The Signet Classic Shakespeare Series, Sylvan Barnet
    • a Special Introduction To The Play By The Editor, Alvin Kernan, Princeton University
    • source From Which Shakespeare Derived othello—selections From Giraldi Cinthio's hecatommithi
    • dramatic Criticism From The Past And Present: Commentaries By Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Maynard Mack, Madelon Gholke Sprengnether, Marvin Carlson
    • a Comprehensive Stage And Screen History Of Notable Actors, Directors, And Productions Of othello, Then And Now
    • text, Notes, And Commentaries Printed In The Clearest, Most Readable Type
    • up-to-date List Of Recommended Readings
  • Author: Shakespeare, William.
  • Publisher: Signet
  • Pages: 320
  • Publication Date: 1998
  • Edition: 1
  • Binding: Mass Market Paperback
  • MSRP: 5.95
  • ISBN13: 9780451526854
  • ISBN: 0451526856
  • Language: en
  • Quality Rating: 1
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