A Further Study of the Othello: Have We Misunderstood Shakespeare's Moor? (Classic Reprint)

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The theory presented in these pages must stand or fall as an entirety. Yet it seems to me, what ever else its fate in the judgment of students, it at least, and at last, answers the long-standing accu sation against Shakespeare of sympathy with race prejudice and indifference to the claims of the com mon people; for in this interpretation we have a black man, who was once a slave, rising by his own merit to become a commander over white nobles; awarded the surpassing love of the almost angelic Desdemona; above all, rendered in heart and soul truly worthy such devotion, and invested with a nobility and loftiness such as Shakespeare has bestowed upon no hero of his own race. And be yond this momentous meaning, the theory now presented, if true, throws a finer light than hereto fore on Shakespeare's final attitude toward the.

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