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Critical Interpretations of Othello - Racism and Feminism.
William Shakespeare's Othello is a book that is open to a wide range of different critical interpretations. It was originally written during the Elizabethan period which then held a completely different context and values than of today's post-modern context. One critical interpretation is the issue of racism, which is made obvious to the audience a great number of times especially when it came to the topic of Othello himself. Some of the characters, although racist, are used as a symbolic representation of racial prejudice and beliefs that existed in the original context of Othello and dur…
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