Othello

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Thomas Nelson and Sons, 1997 - Drama - 409 pages
The Arden Shakespeare has long been acclaimed as the established scholarly edition of Shakespeare's work. Now being totally re-edited for the third time, Arden editions offer the very best in contemporary scholarship. Each volume provides a clear and authoritative text, edited to the highest standards; detailed textual notes and commentary on the same page of the text; full contextual, illustrated introduction, including an in-depth survey of critical and performance approaches to the play; and selected bibliography.

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User Review  - doihachiro - LibraryThing

This is a one of Shakespear's fours pessimistic story. Othello,who is a nobleman in Venis, loves his wife very much. Though one day,he was tricked by his colleague,and he took surprising action. And this married couple bring about a tragitic affair. Read full review

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User Review  - Neckbeard - Goodreads

I think I would have enjoyed it more if not for my own deficiency in understanding the language. Have not read any Shakespeare since High School, but I would like to try again in the future. Read full review

Contents

Longer notes
333
Appendices
344
Helen Wilcox
390
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

William Shakespeare was born in Stratford-upon-Avon, England, in 1564. He is widely regarded as the greatest writer in the English language. We're pretty sure he would think this version of his play is awesome.