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Goodnight Desdemona (Good Morning Juliet) Setting & Symbolism

Ann-Marie MacDonald
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Objects/Places

Desdemona's Bedchamber

Desdemona's bedchamber appears in the opening scene of the play as one of three vignettes portrayed simultaneously in the Dumbshow. The furnishings and appearance are not specified; presumably they would match a minimal interpretation of the traditional bedchamber from Shakespeare's Othello. The bedchamber is the setting for Desdemona's murder at the hands of Othello and does not recur later.

Crypt

A crypt appears in the opening scene of the play as one of three vignettes portrayed simultaneously in the Dumbshow. The furnishings and appearance are not specified; presumably they would match a minimal interpretation of the traditional crypt from Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. The crypt is the setting for Juliet's discovery of Romeo's death and her subsequent suicide. The crypt is additionally the setting for the action in Act 3, Scene 9.

Constance Ledbelly's Office

Constance's office appears in the opening scene of the play as one of...

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