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Othello has been continuously adapted and reinterpreted in response to various contextual influences which dominate the different eras in which it has been read. The original dominant reading was based on the Judeo-Christian context of the Elizabethan times and reflected in Shakespeare use of the Aristotelian tragic conventions. The downfall of the protagonist was linked to his fatal flaw or hamartia and to forces that lay outside his control. The tragic hero presented in Oliver Parker's film is a man of noble stature whose enormous potential is wasted because of this flaw. Apart from the…
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