TITLE

Anthony Trollope's Lady Anna and Shakespeare's Othello

AUTHOR(S)
Hunt, Maurice
PUB. DATE
September 2006
SOURCE
Victorian Newsletter;Fall2006, Issue 110, p18
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Literary Criticism
ABSTRACT
The article comments on the similarity of the elements of the novel "Lady Anna," by Anthony Trollope with "Othello," by William Shakespeare. One comments that an English novel can be written without Shakespearian allusions, yet in "Lady Anna," they are legion. On June 30, 1871, Trollope noted that the plot, performance and language of his play are perfectly similar to that of Shakespeare's. It is also asserted that he was reading "Othello" while constructing his novel.
ACCESSION #
22586771

 

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