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I, Iago

by Nicole Galland

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"Nicole Galland is exceptionally well versed in the fine nuances of storytelling."
—St. Petersburg Times

"Galland has an exceptional gift."
—Neal Stephenson

The critically acclaimed author of The Fool's Tale, Nicole Galland now approaches William Shakespeare's classic drama of jealousy, betrayal, and murder from the opposite side. I, Iago is an ingenious, brilliantly crafted novel that allows one of literature's greatest villains—the deceitful schemer Iago, from the Bard's immortal tragedy, Othello—to take center stage in order to reveal his "true" motivations. This is Iago as you've never known him, his past and influences breathtakingly illuminated, in a fictional reexamination that explores the eternal question: is true evil the result of nature versus nurture...or something even more complicated?


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Publisher: HarperCollins

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  • Release date: April 24, 2012

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  • ISBN: 9780062200105
  • Release date: April 24, 2012

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  • ISBN: 9780062200105
  • File size: 3382 KB
  • Release date: April 24, 2012

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"Nicole Galland is exceptionally well versed in the fine nuances of storytelling."
—St. Petersburg Times

"Galland has an exceptional gift."
—Neal Stephenson

The critically acclaimed author of The Fool's Tale, Nicole Galland now approaches William Shakespeare's classic drama of jealousy, betrayal, and murder from the opposite side. I, Iago is an ingenious, brilliantly crafted novel that allows one of literature's greatest villains—the deceitful schemer Iago, from the Bard's immortal tragedy, Othello—to take center stage in order to reveal his "true" motivations. This is Iago as you've never known him, his past and influences breathtakingly illuminated, in a fictional reexamination that explores the eternal question: is true evil the result of nature versus nurture...or something even more complicated?


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