Presentation on theme: "LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH SS 2 OTHELLO BY WILLIAMS SHAKESPEARE"— Presentation transcript:
1 LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH SS 2 OTHELLO BY WILLIAMS SHAKESPEARE
2 Act One, Scene OneThe play opens at night on the street near Brabantio’s house when Iago and Roderigo engage in conversation on Desdemona’s issue. Roderigo rebukes Iago for collecting money from him in order to woo Desdemona’s hand in marriage but failed to do it. The lady in question (Brabantio’s daughter) is now engaged to Othello.
3 ExerciseSpeaker A: “it is too true an evil. Gone she is, And what’s to come of my despised time Is naught but bitterness… Raise all my kindred- Are they married, think you?
4 Speaker B: Truly I think they are. QuestionsWho is Speaker A?Who is Speaker B?Where was Speaker A before the conversation?Who else was there during the conversation?The expression” Gone she is” refers to?
5 ACT ONE, SCENE TWOBrabantio accuses Othello of using magic to seduce his daughter which he reported in front of the duke. Brabantio insists that he wants to arrest and prosecute Othello specifically for the crime of witchcraft. The duke later nullifies the charge against Othello after hearing his own side of the story.
6 EXERCISESpeaker A: “The servants of the Duke and lieutenant! the goodness of the night upon you, friend What is the news?” Speaker B: “The Duke does greet you, General, And he requires your haste-post-haste appeared even on the instant”.
7 Questions Who is Speaker A? Who is Speaker B? Whose house did the conversation take place?Who is Speaker b to Speaker A?What is speaker B’s position?
8 1ST TERM SCHEME OF WORK WEEKS TOPICS CONTENT 1 OTHELLO BY WILLIAM SHAKESPEAREBACKGROUND OF THE PLAYWRIGHTBACKGROUND OF THE PLAYACT ONE2ACT TWO LINE-BY-LINEANALYSIS3ACT THREE AND FOURLINE-BY-LINE ANALYSIS
9 4OTHELLO BY WILLIAM SHAKESPEAREACT FIVECHARACTERISATION5CROSSING THE BAR BY ALFRED TENNYSONBACKGROUND OF THE POETBACKGROUND OF THE POEMANALYSIS OF THE POEMDICTION OF THE POEM6STRUCTURE OF THE POEMTONE OF THE POEMMOOD OF THE POEMPOETIC DEVICESTHEMES
10 7VANITY BY BIRAGO DIOPBACKGROUND OF THE POETBACKGROUND OF THE POEMANALYSIS OF THE POEMDICTION OF THE POEM8STRUCTURE OF THE POEMTONE OF THE POEMMOOD OF THE POEMPOETIC DEVICESTHEMES9.REVISION10EXAMINATION