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«To Be Once in Doubt»

Certainty and the Marriage of Minds in "Othello</I>


Danny L. Smith

Contents: Analysis of certainty in Desdemona, Othello, and Iago; of their political and epistemological stake in the marriage; of evil as the eros for power. Compares Sonnet 116, contrasts Cymbeline; for students and teachers of Shakespeare and/or epistemology.