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
    strange,
    '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,
    nothing;
    'Twas mine, 'tis his, and has been slave to
    thousands:
    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)

    Courting
    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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