Introduction - Lena Cowen Orlin (Georgetown University, USA)
1. Two Faced: the Problem of Othello's Visage - Ambereen Dadabhoy (Harvey Mudd College, USA)
2. Eloquent Barbarians: on the Critical Potential of Passionate Character - Lynn Enterline;
3. Audience-Actor Boundaries in Othello - Laurie E. Maguire (University of Oxford, UK)
4. "Speak[ing] Parrot" in Othello: Recontextualizing Black Speech in the Global Renaissance
- Robert Hornback (Oglethorpe University, USA)
5. Secrets and Lies - Lois Potter (University of Delaware, USA)
6. Shakespeare's Nobody - Colleen Ruth Rosenfeld (Pomona College, USA)
7. Lucretius and Consummation in Othello - David Schalkwyk (Gallatin School of Individualized Study, USA)
8. Making Ambition Virtue? James Siemon (Washington University, USA)
9. Othello's Black Handkerchief - Ian Smith (Lafayette College, USA)
10. Double Diction and Othello's Dual Identity - Robert N. Watson (UCLA, USA)
Über den Autor
Lena Cowen Orlin is Professor of English at Georgetown University, USA.
A landmark collection of essays from leading international scholars offering a variety of perspectives on "Othello", and providing students with a wide range of routes into the play for their continuing study.
A landmark collection of essays from leading international scholars offering a variety of perspectives on Othello.