Doctor Iago's treatment of Othello

Omer, Haim; Verona, Marcello Da
January 1991
American Journal of Psychotherapy;Jan1991, Vol. 45 Issue 1, p99
Academic Journal
Focuses on Iago's treatment of Othello in the drama `Othello' written by William Shakespeare. Iago's conversations with Othello as one of the greatest persuasive skills ever penned; Full appreciation of Iago's genius; Questions on how Iago thoroughly convinced and change Othello; Iago's creation of an obsession.


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