Titles from OTHELLO

Death of Desdemona
Alexandre-Marie Colin: Othello and Desdemona

(Allusion to the characters in the play)
  • Anonymous: The Modern Othello
  • Walter E. Hoffman: A Modern Othello
  • L. A. G. Strong: Othello's Occupation
  • Julius Lester: Othello: A Novel
  • Shozo Sato: Iago's Plot
  • Ann-Marie MacDonald: Goodnight, Desdemona (Good Morning, Juliet)
  • I will wear my heart upon my sleeve
    For daws to peck at. (I,i)
  • Mark Gibbon: For Daws To Peck At
  • Your daughter and the Moor are now making the beast with two backs. (I,i)
  • Nigel Sligh: The Beast with Two Backs
  • Mike Mason & T. F. Rigelhof: A Beast with Two Backs: Two Novels
  • She swore, in faith, 'twas strange, 'twas passing
    'Twas pitiful, 'twas wondrous pitiful. (I,iii)
  • Catherine Aird: Passing Strange
  • Richard Sale: Passing Strange
  • Joseph A. Citro: Passing Strange
  • John Menshan: The Passing Strange
  • Put money in thy purse; follow thou the wars; defeat thy favour with an usurped beard; I say, put money in thy purse. (I,iii)
  • Michael MacLiammor: Put Money in Thy Purse
  • Good name in man and woman, dear my lord,
    Is the immediate jewel of their souls:
    Who steals my purse, steals trash; 'tis something,
    'Twas mine, 'tis his, and has been slave to
    But he that filches from me my good name
    Robs me of that which not enriches him
    And makes me poor indeed. (III,iii)
  • Herman Dreer: The Immediate Jewel of His Soul
  • Arthur Applin: The Immediate Jewel
  • Claudia Zelavsky & Jeni Bassett: Zero: Is It Something? Is It Nothing?
  • James Fraser: Who Steals My Name
  • O, beware, my lord, of jealousy;
    It is the green-eyed monster which doth mock
    The meat it feeds on. (III,iii)

    Charles W. Cope: Othello Relating His Adventures
  • George Bronson-Howard: The Green-eyed Monster
  • Patrick Quentin: The Green-eyed Monster
  • Pam Adams: The Green-eyed Monster
  • Robert L. Barker: The Green-eyed Monster: Surviving Jealous Relationships
  • Eugene Schoenfeld: Jealousy: Taming the Green-eyed Monster
  • Jonathan Sherwood et alia: Tanya and the Green-eyed Monster: Exploring Jealousy
  • Stan Berenstain: The Berenstain Bears and the Green-eyed Monster
  • Kenneth Greenberg: Tusky Meets the Green Eyed Monster
  • Lynn Hall: Dagmar Schultz and the Green-eyed Monster
  • Farewell the neighing steed, and the shrill trump,
    The spirit-stirring drum, the ear-piercing fife,
    The royal banner, and all quality,
    Pride, pomp and circumstance of glorious war!
    And, O you mortal engines, whose rude throats
    The immortal Jove's dead clamours counterfeit,
    Farewell! Othello's occupation's gone! (III,iii)
  • Noël Coward: Pomp and Circumstance
  • Elizabeth de Gramont: Pomp and Circumstance
  • Thomas A. Erhard: Pomp and Circumstance
  • Fred Mustard Stewart: Pomp and Circumstance
  • Alan C. Bugbee: Pomp and Circumstance: Guidelines, Origins, and History of Academic Costume and Ceremony
  • Parliamentary and Public Relations Office, Toronto: Pomp and Circumstance: An Historical Celebration of Queen's Park
  • Vered Vinitsky-Seroussi: After Pomp and Circumstance: High School Reunion as an Autobiographical Occasion
  • Joy Winkle Viola: Presidential Inaugurations: Planning for More Than Pomp and Circumstance
  • Stanislaw Lem: Mortal Engines
  • John M. Hoberman: Mortal Engines: The Science of Performance and the Dehumanization of Sport
  • Put out the light, and then put out the light. (V,ii)
  • E. C. R. Lorac: And Then Put Out the Light
  • E. L. White: Put Out the Light
  • Rae Foley: Put Out the Light
  • Seldon Truss: Put Out the Light
  • Ethel L. White: Put Out the Light
  • Sara Woods: Put Out the Light
  • Hugh Desmond: Put Out That Light
  • It is the very error of the moon;
    She comes more nearer earth than she was wont,
    And drives men mad. (V,ii)
  • Sara Woods: Error of the Moon
  • Not Cassio kill'd; then murder's out of tune,
    And sweet revenge grows harsh. (V,ii)

    green-eyed monster
    Robert Gibbings: Oh, Beware my Lord, of Jealousie
  • Sara Woods: Murder's Out of Tune
  • Falkland L. Cary: Murder Out of Tune
  • Marcus Magill: Murder Out of Tune
  • Charles Rushton: Murder Out of Tune
  • Simon Shaw: Murder Out of Tune
  • Brian Hill: Murder Out of Tune
  • Frances Lockridge: Murder Out of Turn
  • Dick Beaird: Sweet Revenge
  • Frances Durbridge: Sweet Revenge
  • Susan Gilruth: Sweet Revenge
  • George Hayduke: Sweet Revenge
  • Carolyn Keene: Sweet Revenge
  • Tate McKenna: Sweet Revenge
  • Frederick Mitchell: Sweet Revenge
  • Patricia Pellicane: Sweet Revenge
  • Thom Racina: Sweet Revenge
  • Sugar Rautbord: Sweet Revenge
  • Alan Robbins: Sweet Revenge
  • Nora Roberts: Sweet Revenge
  • Jenna Ryan: Sweet Revenge
  • Jack C. Shaffer: Sweet Revenge
  • Jean Simon: Sweet Revenge
  • Barbara Steiner: Sweet Revenge
  • Jean Stribling: Sweet Revenge
  • Dorothy Wakeley: Sweet Revenge
  • Regina Barreca: Sweet Revenge: The Wicked Delights of Getting Even
  • Belinda Hadden & Amanda Christie: Sweet Revenge: 200 Delicious Ways To Get Your Own Back
  • Neil Davidson: The Sweet Revenge of Melissa Chavez
  • Deborah Smith: Jed's Sweet Revenge
  • Mary Wibberly: Love's Sweet Revenge
  • Jo Goodman: Passion's Sweet Revenge
  • Barbara Cartland: Revenge Is Sweet
  • Diane Gates Robinson: Revenge So Sweet
  • Susan Napier: Sweet As My Revenge
  • Rumiko Takahashi: The Return of Lum Urusei Yatsura--Sweet Revenge
  • Yea, curse his better angel from his side,
    And fall to reprobation. (V,ii)
  • Frank Ronan: Better Angel
  • Richard Meeker: Better Angel
  • Larry Bograd: The Better Angel
  • Roy Morris, Jr.: The Better Angel: Walt Whitman in the Civil War
  • Richard Henry Little: Better Angels
  • Howard Hendrix: Better Angels
  • Andrew Herman: "Better Angels" of Capitalism: Rhetoric, Narrative, and Moral Identity among Men of the American Upper Class
  • Are there no stones in heaven
    But what serve for the thunder? (Vii)
  • Karine McCall: Stones in Heaven
  • Then must you speak
    Of one who loved not wisely but too well. (V,ii)
  • Olwen Wymark: Loved Not Wisely But Too Well
  • I kissed thee ere I killed thee -- no way but this,
    Killing myself, to die upon a kiss. (V,ii)
  • Barbara Hambly: Die upon a Kiss
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