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Othello: Cartoon Shakespeare (Graphic Shakespeare) [Paperback]

William Shakespeare , Oscar Zarate

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30 Sep 2005 Graphic Shakespeare
The page becomes the stage in this full folio interpretation of Shakespeare's play depicting the tragedy of jealousy, passion, deceit, and the destruction of an overwhelming love. Zarate's gorgeous interpretive illustrations provide a compelling backdrop to the bard's words.

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Oscar Zarate is the creator of several graphic novels, including A Small Killing, with writer Alan Moore, and It's Dark in London. He also worked on many of the titles from the For Beginners and Introducing series, such as Freud for Beginners and Lenin for Beginners.

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5.0 out of 5 stars The Hipster Spies With His Little Eye Something That Begins WithThe next best thing to going to the theatre. 11 Sep 2006
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The Plays of William Shakespeare are great Literature, but they are PLAYS!, not Novels. That is, they are intended to be PERFORMED, not READ.

This edition of the "Othello" resolves this problem very nicely, by combining the COMPLETE text of the play, with footnotes explaining archaic terms, with total illustration of the events of the play. Combining the written word with images is a powerful storytelling tool, & Shakespeare was, first & formost, a storyteller.

If you can't see the play performed live, this is even better than a video.

This edition, with both the images & the complete text of the play, gives a student a much better understanding of the events in "Othello" than the words alone.
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