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ENG220 Othello Two Formal Points (beginning of the play) (beginning sets up majority of the questions and concerns that will be played out throught he rest of the story) -in its form, you don’t’ know until later in the play (act 4 or 5) whether it is a tragedy or comedy -nothing happens to anyone (death) until the last act of the play -despite the uncertainty, the reader would never think this play would turn out differently (apparent from act 3) -everything the play does should make the reader hopeful that it could be a comedy and have a happy ending, but it doesn’t 1. An outrageous beginning (who are “he” and “she”?) -beginning is very ambiguous, but inte
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