The Racial Conflict in Shakepeare’s ‘ Othello’

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Format: Volume 5, Issue 2, No 01, 2017

Copyright: All Rights Reserved ©2017

Year of Publication: 2017

Author: I.BARBARA, R. Vishalakshi

Reference:IJCS-305

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Abstract

The word „drama‟ comes from the Greek word “dran” meaning “to act”, “to perform” and it has several meanings. Drama is a rooted from pre-history. All humankind has and had concern with life and death and has evolved ceremonies and rituals to help deals with the perennial questions of “where did I come from?” and “where do I go after death?”. These were usually answered by some kind of belief in an outside power, an almighty being or beings, to give the hope of an after-life; to avoid extinction at death.

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Work cited:

1. Shakespeare, William. Othello New York: Simon & Schuster, 2004.

Secondary source:

1. Shakespeare, William. Othello. Ed. E. AJ. Honigmann. London: Macmillan, 1980.

2. Colman, E. A. Shakespeare‟s dramatic use of Bawdy. London: Longman, 1974.

3. www.shmoop.com\othello\identity-theme.html


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