Ausgaben Othello, hrsg. von Alice Walker und John Dover Wilson, London: Cambridge University Press, 1960 (11957). Othello, hrsg. von G. E. Bentley, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1958. Othello, hrsg. von M. R. Ridley, ...
Author: William Shakespeare
Publisher: Reclam Verlag
Category: Foreign Language Study
Englischer Text mit deutschen Worterklärungen / English text with annotations in German "Othello" ist bei Kritikern und Publikum gleichermaßen beliebt, was zweifellos auf die gelungene Verbindung von kompakter Handlung und unerschöpflich erscheinendem Aussagepotenzial zurückzuführen ist. Wir sehen heute in "Othello" Bezüge, die Shakespeares Zeitgenossen aufgrund eines völlig anderen Weltbildes entgingen. So hat sich in den letzten Jahren auch zunehmend der Englischunterricht für das Stück interessiert, etwa in Zusammenhang mit dem Thema Ausgrenzung und Rassismus. Mit dem "Othello" in der Roten Reihe steht nun eine Ausgabe zur Verfügung, die in bewährter Weise den ungekürzten Originaltext mit allen notwendigen sprachlichen und sachlichen Erläuterungen bietet. Enthalten sind außerdem Literaturhinweise und ein Nachwort. Mit Verszählung der gedruckten Ausgabe: Buch und E-Book sind parallel benutzbar.
Patrick Stewart and the ' photo - negative ' Othello It was probably inevitable that the notion of race - based casting would reach its logical conclusion in a production of Othello where the hero was white and all the other characters ...
Author: Lois Potter
Publisher: Manchester University Press
Lois Potter traces Othello 's acting tradition as it affected the playing of Othello, Desdemona, characters originally played by a white actor and a boy, respectively, and Iago. She examines the stage and screen versions of the play, including a full study of Paul Robeson's 1943 avatar of the character, that reflect or challenge current views about race and gender.
(1875–6) Furness Horace Howard Furness, Othello, New Variorum (Philadelphia, 1907) Hanmer Thomas Hanmer, Works, 6 vols. (Oxford, 1743–4) Hart H. C. Hart, Othello, Arden, 1st ser. (1928) Hinman, F Charlton Hinman, The First Folio of ...
Author: William Shakespeare
Publisher: Oxford University Press
This is the first scholarly edition of Othello to give full attention to the work's bold treatment of racial themes. Shakespeare's decision to place a sympathetic black hero at the centre of his tragedy was unique in its time; but, as the lively introduction shows, the play's relationship to the history of racial thinking remains controversial. Designed to meet the needs of theatre professionals, as well as general readers, the edition includes an extensive performancehistory, a commentary illuminating the complexities of Shakespeare's language, and an indispensable appendix on the music in the play.
nur - mit jeweils unterschiedlicher Intensität - Licht auf den Othello Shakespeares. Da die Ergebnisse, die hierbei erzielt werden, von dem Erkenntnisvermögen des jeweiligen Kritikers abhängig sind, werden mit den kritischen Meinungen ...
Introduction to the Play Othello , A Comparative Perspective Othello in Shakespeare's Career ; A ' Tragedy of Intrigue ' The earliest reference to the date of Othello is the record of a performance at court on the first of November ...
Othello , a stranger , with tawny skin and fierce traditions in his blood , is fascinated by the grave senate , the nobly ordered life ( possessing a certain rich colouring of its own ) , and the astute intelligence of the City of the ...
It is Othello's pleasure , our noble and valiant general , that , upon certain tidings now arrived , importing the mere perdition of the Turkish fleet , every man put himself into triumph some to dance , some to make bonfires , each man ...
is Margaret Lael Mikesell's survey of Othello criticism from 1940 to 1985 in the “Introduction, Part 1” of Othello: An Annotated Bibliography (xi—xxv). Horace Howard Furness's Variorum edition of Othello in 1886 (1963) reprints useful ...
Author: Philip Kolin
Category: Literary Criticism
Including twenty-one groundbreaking chapters that examine one of Shakespeare's most complex tragedies. Othello: Critical Essays explores issues of friendship and fealty, love and betrayal, race and gender issues, and much more.
The tragic history of black Othello, both classical hero brought low by hubris and an allegorical illustration of Everyman's human blindness, is echoed in the persistent repetition of the terms "black" and "white" with all of their ...
Author: Peggy O'Brien
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
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Othello . Ay . 70 Desdemona . He will not say so . Othello . No , his mouth is stopp'd ; Honest Iago hath ta'en order for ' t . Desdemona . O ! my fear interprets ; what , is he dead ? Othello . Had all his hairs been lives , my great ...