… . Very often we notice that his plays reflect the social setup of the Elizabethan England. There is also a kind of philosophical touch in his plays. He is considered a literary genius, one whose accomplishments are yet to be matched in the annals of literature. Let us compare ‘Othello’ and ‘Macbeth’ two of his finest plays and see what they have in common and how they reflect the prevailing social climate.
Both Othello and Macbeth are classical tragedies of Shakespeare. Othello is considered as Shakespeare’s revolutionary work with the underlying tone of racism imbued in it. The tragic end …
2) William Shakespeare Collection: Othello, Volume no 7, 1983 VHS