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Desdémona By Miguel Angel de Bernardi
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Basada en la inmortal obra de Shakespeare, en Desdémona los celos nos llevan a través de una atmósfera de erotismo a la lucha encarinizada y fascinante entre el instinto y el... More > poder de las mujeres.< Less
Chasing Desdemona By Jaeda DeWalt
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Jaeda DeWalt unleashes her incomparable creativity into the crafting of a series of images exploring all aspects of Desdemona, taking the character beyond Shakespeare's portrayal to illuminate her... More > emotions, her spirit, her tragedy, and ultimately the breathtaking vision of her strength.< Less
The Girl By Mercy Desdemona
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Emily Preston was just a regular teenager in high school. After losing her best friend Joshua in a car accident, her life changed forever. She slowly watches her sanity being taken away.
Desdemona: The dragon without any friends By Penny Luker
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Desdemona is a lonely dragon, who lives by the sea, near the town of Wrex. She can be kind or mischievous, but when the hungry green dragon wants to eat her humans she finds the courage to stand up... More > to him. In return she finds friendship.< Less
Othello Falling By R. Paul Sardanas
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Through a series of powerful prose poems, Shakespeare's classic "Othello" is presented entirely through the eyes of Othello and Desdemona. This drama was performed online in 2011 by R. Paul... More > Sardanas and Jaeda DeWalt. Proceeds of this book are donated to organizations and services for the support of victims of domestic and other abuse.< Less
Othello’s Disenchanted Eye By George F. Held
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Two essays on Shakespeare's Othello. The first argues that Cassio’s and Othello’s losses of reputation and honor form a tripartite climactic progression: a loss of reputation through... More > little fault of one’s own (Cassio’s), a loss of honor through no fault of one’s own (Othello’s through another’s infidelity), and a loss of honor through one’s own fault (Othello’s through his murder of Desdemona). The play’s grand irony is that Othello’s mistaken belief that he has lost his honor through another’s fault leads him so to act that he loses his honor through his own fault. The second essay centers on Kermode's words: the marriage is "founded upon her just understanding of his virtue." Her “understanding of his virtue” is no different from that of the others. The marriage is also “founded upon” his understanding of her virtue; this proves to be fragile. Iago can destroy the marriage by undoing Othello’s fragile belief in Desdemona’s virtue. Othello like Brabantio thinks the marriage unnatural.< Less
Othello's Disenchanted Eye By George F. Held
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Two essays on Shakespeare's Othello. The first argues that Cassio’s and Othello’s losses of reputation and honor form a tripartite climactic progression: a loss of reputation through... More > little fault of one’s own (Cassio’s), a loss of honor through no fault of one’s own (Othello’s through another’s infidelity), and a loss of honor through one’s own fault (Othello’s through his murder of Desdemona). The play’s grand irony is that Othello’s mistaken belief that he has lost his honor through another’s fault leads him so to act that he loses his honor through his own fault. The second essay centers on Kermode's words: the marriage is "founded upon her just understanding of his virtue." I show that her “understanding of his virtue” is no different from that of the others. The marriage is also “founded upon” his understanding of her virtue, and this proves to be fragile. Iago is able to destroy the marriage by undoing Othello’s fragile belief in Desdemona’s virtue. Othello like Brabantio thinks the marriage unnatural.< Less
Shakespeare's Othello - a study guide for Educators and Students By Tracey Mills
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This study guide has been written by an English Educator for Educators and Students. Tracey Mills is a University graduate from the University of Natal, Durban, South Africa and has been teaching for... More > over 30 years. There have been many study guides written about Shakespeare's OTHELLO but this guide is different in that it is easy to understand and relevant to the High School learner, University student and Educator. There are easy to follow diagrams on the themes in the play, in depth exploration of characters and themes and plot - all user-friendly and easy to comprehend. It is an invaluable guide to Shakespeare's OTHELLO. It makes Othello, the man, come alive - become real to students of Shakespeare. Buyers of this study guide are welcome to contact Tracey Mills on her face book page TL Mills Books.< Less
Othello, the Moore of Venice by William Shakespeare By Dr. Lisa Marie Portugal
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Othello, the Moore of Venice By William Shakespeare This edition was created and published by Dr. Lisa Marie Portugal, 2018 To order books in bulk or single copy by the Editor and Publisher... More > contact: Dr. Lisa Marie Portugal Email: lisamarieportugal@msn.com Websites: Find Dr. Lisa Marie Portugal on Lulu & Weebly Telephone: 602-434-3562 Phoenix, Arizona School discounts available. Classics, anthologies, and unique, personalized compilations can be created and ordered based on your specifications and individual needs.< Less
A Christian Pattern In Shakespeare’s Tragedies By George F. Held
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The compositional pattern documented in this book consists of two elements. The first is taken from Romeo and Juliet and is relatively simple. It consists of a situation in which both Romeo and... More > Juliet find themselves: each survives the death of the other. The protagonists of Shakespeare’s greatest tragedies are put into this same situation: each survives the death of the woman he loves most. The second element is taken from Richard III and is more complex: it involves the motives of the protagonist. Each of the protagonists, like Richard, has two sets of motives, primary and secondary. The primary motives are unformulated to the his con¬scious mind, less clear, unavowed, but also more profound, more character¬istic, more general, more real, more important. The secondary motives are his ostensible motives; they are clear, partic¬ular, consciously known, openly professed, but ultimately more superficial, less charac¬teristic, less real or even unreal, less important.< Less

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