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Our assumption of Othello and Desdemona are met in the first act. After having explained why they love each other the world seems to accept this alliance. But Brabantio`s comment informs the reader that not everything is as it seem: (I.iii.293-4) "Look to her, Moor, if thou hast eyes to see She has deceived her father and ma... ... middle of paper ... ...on Shakespeare’s Othello. Ed. Anthony G. Barthelemy Pub.
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