Othello Essay | Othello: A Critical Perspective

This student essay consists of approximately 10 pages of analysis of Othello.
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Othello: A Critical Perspective

Summary: Takes the perspective of director of a production of Shakespeare's play Othello. Submits a proposal to the theatre's Board of Directors that outlines a critical perspective of Othello and details how it will successfully shape the production.
Dear Board of Directors,

I am planning to hold a production for Shakespeare's Othello. The production will be altered due to my critical perspectives influenced by other critical readings (dominant, alternate and resistant) readings.

Othello is a masterpiece, a compelling tragedy that can be interpreted in many ways, by many different people. It is compelling because it breaks the racial stereotypes of the time and provides a believable and well structured plot. Also, images and themes play a major role in shaping the play's success. Shakespeare has done well, showing fragments of the play to the audience at the right time (i.e. the opening scene where we are made to believe that Othello is the antagonist and is as foolish as Roderigo and Iago say he is. But in the next scene, we find he is a noble man, fighting for the good of Venice...

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