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THE SIGNIFICANCE OF
0THELLO

call him "honest Iago." Othello himself is by nature courageous, open, generous, unsuspecting-and naive. Desdemona is warmhearted, tender, faithful, and much in love with her husband. No thought is further from her mind than the infidelity that Iago suggests to Othello. The suspense of the play increases as we watch Iago subtly poison Othello's mind and witness Desdemona's bewilderment, despair, and ultimate death, and this suspense is retained until the last lines when the spectator is left to imagine the tortures awaiting Iago, who is dragged off the stage to judgment.

THE HISTORY OF THE PLAY

CONTROVERSIES have raged about the date of the first performance of Othello. John Payne Collier, the nineteenth-century scholar and forger, faked an entry in an old record to "prove" the performance of Othello before the Queen at Harefield on August 2, 1602. The antiquarian Peter Cunningham published a statement from an old manuscript, now lost, that Othello was performed at CoLUt on November 1, 1604. Edmund Malone, one of the most trustworthy scholars of the eighteenth century, declared that he had "indisputable evidence" that the play was acted in 1604. The best modern opinion is that the first performance of the play was probably in 1604 and that it was composed between 1601 and the date of performance.
The play was immediately popular and records of its performance show that its popularity continued through the seventeenth century, except for the period when plays were outlawed during the Puritan regime. After the Restoration of Charles II, in 1660, and the

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