Othello: New Essays by Black Writers
The theme of this work is race and racism in Othello. The critical question raised is whether Othello is a racist play, written by a racist playwright, for a racist audience, or whether it is a play about racism, with Iago as the embodiment of racist attitudes. The perspectives, approaches, and conclusions of the essays are diverse.
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Black or Tawny? Stage Representations
The Hollowness of Signs
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