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Ignatius Critical Editions


One of the four great tragedies—alongside Hamlet, King Lear, and MacbethOthello is among the darkest of Shakespeare’s plays, illumining the shadows of the gloomiest recesses of the human psyche and serving as a damning indictment of the world in which it was written. A cautionary tale of the destructiveness of sin and the ruinous consequences of bad philosophy, Othello seems to express Shakespeare’s rage at the cynicism and brutality of the age in which he lived. From the Machiavellian menace of Iago to the blind and prideful jealousy of Othello, this classic of world literature shows us the shadow falling over a society that has turned its back on the light and life of virtue.

Published: 2014
Publisher: Ignatius Press
Author: William Shakespeare
Length: 312 pages
Editor: Joseph Pearce

Price: $7.99 | 6 Credits