Shifted Shakespeare 

One of Beowulf Alley's takes on the Bard works better than the other

In William Shakespeare's Othello, first staged about 410 years ago, Desdemona is a pretty picture of unsullied innocence, a vision of wifely devotion and not much else. While some have suggested that Shakespeare might rightly have titled his tragedy "Iago"—the hateful ensign…

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