New Critical Essays
Edited by Philip C. Kolin
Published December 21st 2001 by Routledge – 470 pages
Series: Shakespeare Criticism
'Philip C. Kolin deserves our thanks for initiating and producing this volume that will compel every serious student of Shakespeare to think anew about the joys and terror of this spare and frightening tragedy.' - David M. Bergeron, University of Kansas
'A volume like this one reminds us why the humanities still matter and why Shakespeare criticism still has an important role to play…' - Dympna Callaghan, Syracuse University
'In this fascinating collection, some of today's liveliest and most distinguished Shakespeareans engage with Othello from across a broad spectrum of historical and theoretical perspectives.' - Edward Pechter, Concordia University
Philip C. Kolin is Professor of English at the University of Southern Mississippi and General Editor of the Routledge Shakespeare Criticism Series. He edited previous series volumes on Venus and Adonis and Titus Andronicus.