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Published online by Cambridge University Press:  24 August 2022

Emma Smith
Affiliation:
University of Oxford

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Shakespeare Survey 75
Othello
, pp. vii - viii
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print publication year: 2022

Contents

  1. List of Illustrations

  2. Understanding Iago, an Italian Film Adaptation of Othello: Clientelism, Corruption, Politics

    Mark Thornton Burnett

  3. Circumventing Marginality: The Curious Case of India’s Othello Screen Adaptations

    Abhirup Mascharak

  4. Othello’s Kin: Legacy, Belonging and The Fortunes of the Moor

    Patricia A. Cahill

  5. ‘More Fair than Black’: Othellos on British Radio

    Andrea Smith

  6. ‘This Fair Paper’: Othello and the Artists’ Book

    Agnieszka Z˙ukowska

  7. Othello: A Dialogue with the Built Environment

    Yik Ling Yong

  8. ‘[A] Maid Called Barbary’: Othello, Moorish Maidservants and the Black Presence in Early Modern England

    Iman Sheeha

  9. ‘The Moor’s Abused by Some Most Villainous Knave, Some Base Notorious Knave, Some Scurvy Fellow’: Legal Spaces, Racial Trauma and Shakespeare’s The Tragedy of Othello, the Moor of Venice

    Lisa M. Barksdale-Shaw

  10. Ben Jonson’s Sejanus and Shakespeare’s Othello: Two Plays Performed by the King’s Men in 1603

    John-Mark Philo

  11. Iago and the Clown: Disassembling the Vice in Othello

    Nicole Sheriko

  12. Pitying Desdemona in Folio Othello: Race, Gender and the Willow Song

    Joshua R. Held

  13. Desdemona’s Honest Friend

    Jeremy Lopez

  14. Suffering Ecstasy: Othello and the Drama of Displacement

    Jennifer J. Edwards

  15. Othello’s Sympathies: Emotion, Agency and Identification

    Richard Meek

  16. Warning the Stage: Shakespeare’s Mid-Scene Entrance Conventions

    Margaret Jane Kidnie

  17. Looking for Perdita in Ali Smith’s Summer

    Bailey Sincox

  18. Grafted to the Moor: Anglo-Spanish Dynastic Marriage and Miscegenated Whiteness in The Winter’s Tale

    Zainab S. Cheema

  19. Rhyme, History and Memory in A Mirror for Magistrates and Henry VI

    Molly Clark

  20. ‘Bad’ Love Lyrics and Poetic Hypocrisy from Gascoigne to Benson’s Shakespeare

    Katie Mennis

  21. Viola’s Telemachy

    Robert B. Pierce

  22. New Analogical Evidence for Cymbeline’s Folkloric Composition in the Medieval Icelandic Ála flekks saga

    Jonathan Y. H. Hui

  23. ‘But When Extremities Speak’: Harley Granville-Barker, Coriolanus, the World Wars and the State of Exception

    Richard Ashby

  24. Shakespeare Performances in England, 2021

    London Productions Lois Potter

  25. Productions Outside London

    Peter Kirwan

  26. Professional Shakespeare Productions in the British Isles, January-December 2020

    James Shaw

    1. The Year’s Contribution to Shakespeare Studies

      1. 1Critical Studies reviewed by Jane Kingsley-Smith

      2. 2Performance reviewed by Russell Jackson

      3. 3Editions and Textual Studies reviewed by Emma Depledge

  27. Abstracts of Articles in Shakespeare Survey 75

  28. Index

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  • Edited by Emma Smith, University of Oxford
  • Book: Shakespeare Survey 75
  • Online publication: 24 August 2022
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  • Contents
  • Edited by Emma Smith, University of Oxford
  • Book: Shakespeare Survey 75
  • Online publication: 24 August 2022
Available formats
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