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One of the most often staged of all of Shakespeare's plays, Othello is a tale of love and betrayal, secrets, passions, and intrigue. Psychology and wit pit strength and virtue against jealousy and evil agendas. The results leave no winners, only tragedy in the lives of the jealous Moor, Othello, and his wife, Desdemona.
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Helen McCulloch is a Doctoral Candidate in Comparative Literature and Cultural Studies at Monash University in Australia and has taught high school English for 18 years.
Gary Carey has been in the publishing profession for over 25 years and continues to edit on a freelance basis.
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