Othello: Revised Edition

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Bloomsbury Publishing, 2016. febr. 25. - 448 oldal
This second edition of Othello has a new, illustrated introduction by leading American scholar Ayanna Thompson, which addresses such key issues as race, religion and gender, as well as looking at ways in which the play has been adapted in more recent times.

Othello is one of Shakespeare's great tragedies-written in the same five-year period as Hamlet, King Lear, and Macbeth. The new introduction attends to the play's different meanings throughout history, while articulating the historical context in which Othello was created, paying particular attention to Shakespeare's source materials and the evidence about early modern constructions of racial and religious difference. It also explores the life of the play in different historical moments, demonstrating how meanings and performances develop, accrue, and metamorphose over time.

The volume provides a rich and current resource, making this best-selling play edition ideal for today's students at advanced school and undergraduate level.

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INTRODUCTION
1
THE TRAGEDY OF OTHELLO THE MOOR OF VENICE
117
LIST OF ROLES
118
THE TRAGEDY OF OTHELLO THE MOOR OF VENICE
119
LONGER NOTES
337
APPENDIX 1 Date
349
APPENDIX 2 The Textual Problem
357
APPENDIX 3 Cinthio and Minor Sources
375
APPENDIX 4 Edward Pudseys Extracts from Othello
399
APPENDIX 5 Musical Settings for Songs in Othello
401
ABBREVIATIONS AND REFERENCES
405
INDEX
421
Copyright

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Ayanna Thompson is Professor of English Literature at George Washington University, USA and author of several books about Shakespeare and race.

E. A. J. Honigmann was Joseph Cowen Professor of English Literature at the Universty of Newcastle, UK.

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