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I, Iago by Nicole Galland
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Sep 02, 2012

really liked it

Wow! Who thought that the classic Shakespearean tragedy of Othello could be reinvented in such an effortlessly down to earth way? This novel builds a context of authentically complex relationships for the seemingly hyperbolic behavior of Othello's characters. Right from the outset, I found myself liking Iago and cheering him on, against my better judgement. Guilelessly, Galland weaves a tale that causes the readers to ask themselves if they would have behaved differently than Iago if they were in his place.
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