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    • Examples of Cyprus in foreign literature include the works of Shakespeare, with most of the play Othello by William Shakespeare set on the island of Cyprus.Cyprus-Wikipedia
    • During this time, Welles was channeling his money from acting jobs into a self-financed film version of Shakespeare's play Othello.Orson Welles-Wikipedia
    • Also in 2002, David Cox of the New Statesman criticised BBC One's 2001 Christmas schedule, for airing Holby City against a contemporary version of Othello.Holby City-Wikipedia
    • In Othello, the villain Iago stokes Othello's sexual jealousy to the point where he murders the innocent wife who loves him.William Shakespeare-Wikipedia
    • The expression "green-eyed monster" was first used by William Shakespeare in Othello: "it is the green-eyed monster which doth mock the meat it feeds on."Green-Wikipedia
    • Macbeth cannot be dated precisely, but it is usually placed near to Shakespeare's other greatest tragedies, Hamlet and Othello and King Lear.Macbeth-Wikipedia

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