William Shakespeare's Othello

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Acknowledgments

"Epistemology and Tragedy: A Reading of Othello" by Stanley Cavell from Hypocrisy, Illusion and Evasion, Daedalus 108, no. 3 ( Summer 1979), © 1979 by the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Reprinted by permission.

"Beyond Comedy: Othello" (originally entitled "Beyond Comedy: Romeo and Juliet and Othello") by Susan Snyder from The Comic Matrix of Shakespeare's Tragedies, by Susan Snyder, © 1979 by Princeton University Press. Reprinted by permission of Princeton University Press.

"The Improvisation of Power" by Stephen Greenblatt from Renaissance Self‐ Fashioning: From More to Shakespeare by Stephen Greenblatt, © 1980 by the University of Chicago. Reprinted by permission of the author and the University of Chicago Press.

"Othello's Occupation: Shakespeare and the Romance of Chivalry" by Mark Rose from English Literary Renaissance 15, no. 3 ( Autumn 1985), © 1985 by English Literary Renaissance. Reprinted by permission of English Literary Renaissance.

"Women and Men in Othello" by Carol Thomas Neely from Broken Nuptials in Shakespeare's Plays by Carol Thomas Neely, © 1985 by Yale University. Reprinted by permission of Yale University Press.

"Shakespeare and Rhetoric: 'Dilation' and 'Delation' in Othello" by Patricia Parker from Shakespeare and the Question of Theory, edited by Patricia Parker and Geoffrey H. Hartman, © 1985 by Methuen & Co. Ltd. Reprinted by permission of Methuen & Co.

"Othello" by Anthony Hecht from Obbligati: Essays in Criticism by Anthony Hecht , © 1986 by Anthony E. Hecht. Reprinted by permission of Atheneum Publishers, Inc.

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