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In Shakespeare’s Othello, the poison of suspicion eats steadily away at Othello’s soul, making him mad. The problem was not infidelity, per sé, but the not knowing. It makes a person crazy when they are standing on shifting ground, when it is impossible to simply agree on the facts and move on. This kind of […]
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