- From the character in Shakespeare's Othello (Wiktionary)
“Hasan, a sadist, whom I have compared to Iago, is sane to the core.”
“In this version, Iago is an overweight African-American woman who has a love fantasy about Othello.”
“We all know that evil does exist in this world, and even in "Othello" Shakespeare makes sure that Iago is undone.”
“Gabriele - Not so much that the name Iago was around in Tacitus' time possible, but more likely that it arrived later after Christianity had become more widespread, as that Tacitus' comment is consistent with long-established connections between Wales and Spain that would also be consistent with the two regions later sharing some of the same name forms.”
“Wikipedia says that the character of Iago in Shakespeare's play can be traced to an Italian story, but apparently the original Italian character doesn't have a personal name, so that doesn't help with where the name Iago came from.”
“When Verdi wanted to adapt Shakespeares Othello into an opera he wanted to call it Iago because Iago was far more interesting than the title character.”
“Othello behaves in precisely the same manner; he calls Iago that”
“Now it so happened that Mr. Horatio Fitzharding Fitzfunk's purse became an exceedingly "Iago" - like, "something, nothing, trashy" sort of affair -- in other words, that its owner, Mr. Horatio Fitzharding Fitzfunk, was regularly stumped; and as the Amateur Dramatic Theatrical Committee”
“In short, Iago in this production has plenty to work on.”
“Annis - do you know how the Spanish name Iago is related to Diego James?”
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Fictitious birds. Thanks to PossibleUnderscore for the idea! (Please add a brief description under "Comments" if the creature isn't well-known.)
Animated characters from cartoons of the Anglo-Saxon world from the beginnings to this day
Looking for tweets for Iago.