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Full text of Shakespeare's Othello is available on the Web at:
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This performance of William Shakespeare's Othello was produced by the Royal Shakespeare Company for the series Live from Stratford-upon-Avon.
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You'll find library materials that provide biographical information about Shakespeare, as well criticism and interpretation of his work.
Search the Library Catalog for the following reference titles that contain material about Othello, the Moor of Venice and William Shakespeare. These titles may be available in other college or public libraries.
Want more information about various productions and critical reception of this play?
Visit our Research Guide to Theater Arts
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