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The Tragedy of Othello: The Moore of Venice

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Book Description
The Tragedy of Othello: The Moore of Venice was written by William Shakespeare. The Tragedy of Othello: The Moore of Venice was published by Ginn & Company. A subject of The Tragedy of Othello: The Moore of Venice is Literature & Fiction - Literature.
Book Information
PublisherGinn & Company
BindingPaperback (267 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages231
Publication Date/1941
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About William Shakespeare (Author) : William Shakespeare was a published creator, photographer, narrator, editor, author, and an illustrator. Some of the published credits of William Shakespeare include Winters Tale (Heritage Theatre Vid... more
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About G.L. Kittredge (Editor) : G.L. Kittredge is a published editor. Published credits of G.L. Kittredge include Allen and Greenough's New Latin Grammar (Dover Books on Language).
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About George Lyman Kittredge (Editor) : George Lyman Kittredge is a published author. A published credit of George Lyman Kittredge is Words and their ways in English speech.
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