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Othello (2009 edition): Oxford School Shakespeare [Anglais] [Broché]

William Shakespeare , Roma Gill

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5 mars 2009 Oxford School Shakespeare
Oxford School Shakespeare is an acclaimed edition especially designed for students, with accessible on-page notes and explanatory illustrations, clear background information, and rigorous but accessible scholarly credentials. Othello is a popular text for study by secondary students the world over. This edition includes illustrations, preliminary notes, reading lists (including websites) and classroom notes.

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This edition of Othello is a fantastic copy. There are ample notes alongside the text, which contribute to the understanding of the play. Well spaced text, also allows for clear reading and annotation. There are also plenty of activities for both in and out of the classroom, aiding student revision and coursework. (5 star Amazon review)

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Another great Oxford School Edition 13 septembre 2013
Par eyduck - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I performed a selection from Othello at a Shakespeare intensive this summer and tracked down many, many editions for insight into the text. The Oxford School Edition remains my favorite. The extensive footnotes are all in the margins, making it so easy to bounce between the text and the notes without loosing your place. The notes are thorough with the exception that as a student edition, it skims over the bawdier innuendo, but you can figure those out pretty easily on your own. The typography is very well done and gentle on the eyes. There are wonderful summaries of the scenes and history of the play which gives deeper insight. The punctuation is well done (some other editions go crazy with the commas) and lends itself logically to the text. I picked up a copy of Oxford School Edition's Romeo and Juliet earlier this year and loved that one. This continues the trend of excellence. I'm thoroughly impressed.
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Acceptable 18 août 2013
Par Monica Chen - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I skimmed it. The previous owner left some amusing annotations, which will no doubt brighten my school days. There is lots of supplementary material.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 The furious passion aroused by jealousy and treachery 30 mars 2013
Par Battleship - Publié sur Amazon.com
Othello was a fascinating and disturbing play. Iago was the dastardly villian in the play. He nursed a grudge against Othello (The Moor). He believed that his commanding general had an affair with his wife Emilia. Iago had gained the full confidence of his master and his plans to betray Othello were quite successful.

Iago had Roderigo do his bidding. He had him start a drunken brawl with Cassio. This disturbed Othello who was spending time with his new bride Desdemona. Cassio lost his rank for his transgression. Iago convinced Cassio to seek reconciliation through the liasion of Desdemona. He parlayed the interaction to Othello as unfaithfulness on the part of his wife.

Othello became more and more paranoid and consumed by jealousy. He turned violently on his former beloved bride. Othello was beside himself when he found out that Cassio had his wife's handkerchief. This was proof in his mind of her unfaithfulness. Othello wound up murdering his wife in a passionate rage.

Cassio survived Roderigo's attempt to murder him. It was discovered that Iago had ordered the attack and Emilia revealed that he lied about the affair between Cassio and Desdemona. Othello could not live with himself and he committed suicide. Cassio rose to prominence and Iago's fate as a criminal was sealed after he murdered Emilia.

This play reveals the dark side of human nature. Iago could not deal with his wife's unfaithfulness. Othello became a monster inflamed by jealousy by the very hint of impurity on the part of Desdemona. There were dark undertones of racism and misogyny throughout the play. Cassio and Desdemona were of noble character and were the true victims in this grim tragedy.

The Oxford series provides good translations of unfamiliar Elizabethan words and idioms. There are several photos of the play being acted on the stage. This is a nice edition that explains the plot clearly.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent resource for the classroom 25 décembre 2011
Par English Teacher - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This text includes it all for both the classroom and for independent study of Shakespeare's Othello.
It provides helpful background information about the play and about the time period in which it's set. In addition, it includes photos and graphics. In the back of the book, it includes a section called, Exploring Othello in the Classroom. This is the best version I've seen as of yet and am glad I stumbled upon it!!
You won't be disappointed with this series!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Shakespeare 31 mars 2009
Par Gloria J. Martin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Was a great play. Was used for senior class student I assistanted. Loved the play and have it now in my own library at home. A+++++++++++++
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