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Was that mine? 164–7) Strange indeed, given the fetishizing of this object, that ‘any handkerchief would have served as evidence’ (Booth, 1995, pp. 23–4). Othello has an unpredictable attitude towards the token. 292). Once it is lost, he fabricates a threatening, symbolically weighty history for the object, first ascribing its source to an Egyptian charmer who gave the token to his mother, who gave it to him. 223–4). , desirable] and subdue my father Entirely to her love; but if she lost it 42 Shakespeare and I Or made a gift of it, my father’s eye Should hold her loathèd, and his spirits should hunt After new fancies.

But in desire we also know that we cannot but desire the beloved/ Good/God for our own. 38 Shakespeare and I What Angelo does not himself articulate but perhaps nevertheless embodies is: 3. Our chastened knowledge of desire is the closest we get to the beloved/Good/God. In other words, in falling so painfully short Angelo recognizes what transcends him. And I too have experienced something thing like this, a precious intimation of enlightenment which can only be accessed but is also betrayed by and remains beyond desire.

Loving oneself proves perversely complicated; like Iago, most people cannot tell what helps, what harms, until many aches and dangers have passed. Which may be why Othello’s tragic paranoia attempts to rescue benefit from injury: the real shock of Desdemona’s presumed infidelity is that it seems to be a projection. Othello’s conviction of his cuckoldry functions like the handkerchief, a prop that relieves him 44 Shakespeare and I of the immense vulnerability he feels in marriage. As Kenneth Gross writes, ‘It is as if he suddenly perceived the world to be full of secrets, but in a way that robbed him of his privacy’ (Gross, 1989, p.

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