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Race and Sexism in William Shakespeare's Othello

Summary: This essay provides a feminist view on the play Othello, written by William Shakespeare. Contrasts the theories of essayist Bell Hooks and
bell hooks, also known as Bell Hooks, Gloria Watkins, and Gloria Jean Watkins, is a social critic whose books analyze the function of race and gender of the modern day (bell hooks online). She is well known for her work with the criticisms of racism and sexism, which are key to numerous current academic discussions (bell hooks online). hooks writes based on personal experiences because she would like to improve upon the harsh conditions she went through as an African American child (bell hooks online). The neighborhood in which she grew up both provided her with the affirmation that fostered her resistance to racism and helped shape her views on feminism, the belief that society is disadvantageous to women (bell hooks online). As said by hooks, "I cannot recall when I first heard the word "feminist" or understood its meaning. I know that...

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