Tag Archives: Iago

On Dealing with Motiveless Malignancy

It is the very error of the moon, you know. She comes more nearer earth than she was wont and makes men mad – it happens. At least that’s what Othello was saying in Act 5, Scene 2 – he’d … Continue reading

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The Fragility and Danger of Good Reputation

Shakespeare gave us one of the all-time nasty guys in Othello, that curious little fellow Iago, who has figured out how the world really works. Who you are and what you’ve done, and what you’re doing at the moment, really … Continue reading

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