Othello
Wiliam Shakespeare

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Karim Chandra

Overview
Author
Wiliam Shakespeare
Year Published
1604
Type
Tragedy
Genre
Play
Perspective and Narrator
Othello is a play and brings the reader through a third-person point of view of the action on stage. Themes of prejudice, jealousy, love and appearance and reality are expounded on.
Tense
NA
About the Title
In Othello, several themes appear to have formed the foundation of the play. In work, most of the themes are geared towards understanding motivations and values that drive characters to take certain courses of action.
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