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List of illustrations -- Preface -- Note on the text -- Text of Othello -- Tragedy of Othello, the Moor of Venice -- Textual commentary -- Textual notes -- Sources and contexts -- Othello in its own time / Giraldi Cinthio -- [The Moor of Venice] -- Criticism: Othello in Critical History / Thomas Rymer -- ["A Bloody Farce"] / Charles Gildon -- [Comments on Rymer's Othello] / Samuel Johnson -- [Shakespeare, the Rules, and Othello] / Charles Lamb -- [Othello's Color: Theatrical versus Literary Representation] / William Hazlitt -- [Iago, Heroic Tragedy, and Othello] / Samuel Taylor Coleridge -- [Comments on Othello] / A.C. Bradley -- ["The Most Painfully Exciting and the Most Terrible" of Shakespeare's Tragedies] / T.S. Eliot -- ["The Last Great Speech of Othello"] / Kenneth Burke -- Othello: Essay to illustrate a method / G.K. Hunter -- Othello and colour prejudice / Lynda E. Boos's Occupation: Shakespeare and the Romance of Chivalry / James R. Siemon -- "Nay, That's Not Next": Othello, [5.2] in Performance, 1760-1900 / Michael Neill -- Unproper Beds: Race, Adultery, and the Hideous in Othello / Patricia Parker -- Othello and Hamlet: Dilation, Spying and the "Secret Place" of Woman / Michael D. Bristol -- Charivari and the Comedy of Abjection in Othello / Edward Pechter -- "Too Much Violence": Murdering wives in Othello -- Selected bibliography.