Othello

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Title: Othello

Author: William Shakespeare

Translator: Abdul Hussein Noushin

Publisher: Third

Age category: Adult

Number of pages: 126

Language: Farsi

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Introduction to Othello by William Shakespeare
Othello, or The Tragedy of Othello, by William Shakespeare, was first written between 1603 and 1604. The play is based on a story called Captain Morocco by Sensio, an Italian writer.

Othello by William Shakespeare
Othello’s play falls into the category of tragedies of this English author and, like most plays of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, is written in five scenes, and the fame of this story in history has led many people to this book into poetry, painting, novel, film and even story. Convert for children.

Andrew Matthews is one of the authors who rewrote and simplified the story of Othello for children. Matthews also used photos and illustrations to make the book appealing to children and teens.

Summary of Othello
Othello traveled extensively and encountered many wonders and dangers in the deserts and forests. He was arrested and sold into slavery. But he escaped and joined the army of the city of Venice. Courage and composure in the wars promoted Othello to the rank of commander-in-chief.

And then something completely unexpected happened. Othello fell in love with a beautiful young girl named Desdemona, the daughter of a Venetian nobleman named Brabantio. The thief also fell in love with him. Years of military service had left Othello unprepared for marriage, but his emotions seemed to overwhelm him.

Who is the author of Shakespeare’s collection of stories?
Andrew Matthews is one of the most famous Australian writers in the genre of self-knowledge and psychology. He has written a collection about living happily that is world famous. Matthews believes that living happily means success, and those who seek success to achieve happiness go the wrong way, and this is what makes him one of the most popular writers in the field of happy living and happiness. Matthews has traveled to more than 25 countries and lectured at more than 1,000 international companies and churches. Matthews’s speeches are available on the Internet and have thousands of daily visitors.

Andrew Matthews, while working in the field of teaching happy living to all traditional groups; Simplification of classic stories is common.
In a complete collection of Shakespeare stories, he has facilitated and published seventeen of Shakespeare’s famous plays for children over the age of eight, along with illustrations. The books “Romeo and Juliet”, “Too much fuss for nothing”, “Anthony and Cleopatra”, “The Twelfth Night”, “Macbeth”, “Hamlet” and … with the subtitle of Shakespeare’s stories for teenagers Has published.

About William Shakespeare, author of Othello
William Shakespeare is the most famous English poet and playwright. He is considered the national poet of England and Shakespeare has been awarded the highest national emblem of England, the “Speak of Eun”. Many consider him the greatest playwright in history.

Shakespeare is one of the most prolific English writers of the seventeenth century, with 39 plays, 154 lyric poems and two poems. Scholars consider Shakespeare to be the only author whose works have been translated into all living languages ​​of the world.
Shakespeare’s plays fall into two main categories, tragedy and comedy. Shakespeare was proficient in both styles. “Hamlet”, “Macbeth” and “Othello” are Shakespeare’s most popular tragedies. “Midnight Night Dream”, “Twelfth Night” and “Mistake Comedy” are some of Shakespeare’s comedies.

About Tony Ross; Illustrator Romeo and Juliet
Tony Ross is a popular British author and illustrator. He is best known for his portrayal of Francesca Simon’s “Horror Art,” based on his paintings in the book, a popular series of the same name made in England. Tony Ross’s illustrations are so fascinating that you can enjoy them as a picture book.

Translation of Othello’s book into Persian
Publishing and Research Publications has published Othello’s book translated by Javad Sabetnejad and made it available to those interested. “Javad Sabetnejad” is one of the famous translators in the country, most of whose translations are in the genre of children and adolescents.

“Confession” by John Grisham, “The First Encyclopedia of the Human Body” and “The First Encyclopedia of Space” are other books translated by Javad Sabetnejad. He is the translator of an eleven-volume collection of Shakespeare stories for children and adolescents, illustrated by Tony Ross.

بخشی In a part of Othello’s book we read:
Atelier Maghreb lived with the idea that skin color was less important than human courage and will.

Othello traveled extensively and encountered many wonders and dangers in the deserts and forests. He was arrested and sold into slavery.

But he escaped and joined the army of the city of Venice. Courage and composure in the wars promoted Othello to the rank of commander-in-chief.
And then something completely unexpected happened. Othello fell in love with a beautiful young girl named Desdemona, the daughter of a Venetian nobleman named Brabantio. The thief also fell in love with him. The years of military service had left Othello unprepared for marriage, but it seemed that emotions had overwhelmed him.

Sentences from the text of Othello’s book
A fool is one who is attached to it when life is full of suffering and torment. When the only cure for pain is death, is there any cure other than death? (Othello Book – Page 32)

I have tried the world for twenty-eight years, and since I have distinguished between good and evil, I have not seen anyone in this world who values ​​himself as he should and loves his own existence. (Othello Book – Page 33)

It is said that even the most daring and mean person who falls in love finds special courage and zeal. (Othello Book – Page 40)

Heaven is above the earth, the world revolves… the hand of time is above all hands هستند There are people who deserve forgiveness and there are those who do not deserve forgiveness. (Othello Book – Page 45)

Nick name, I blew my nickname. I am honored, that is, I lost that part of my being that was eternal, and what is left is an animal! (Othello Book – Page 51)

Maybe people who get a good name without any merit! Maybe other people who miss it for no reason. (Othello Book – Page 52)

When the devil wants to make someone do something ugly, he first makes it look like heaven. As I do. I also learned well from my teacher. (Othello Book – Page 54)

What is a pure breast that sometimes does not contain impure speculations? (Othello Book – Page 61)

If someone knows that he has betrayed his friend and does not listen to him, he is also a partner in that betrayal. (Othello Book – Page 61)

If they steal all someone’s property and the person does not know, it is as if they did not steal anything from him. (Othello Book – Page 71)

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