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  • As soon as she disappeared, Carmine was calling Desdemona.

    TOO MANY MURDERS

  • While in many ways stereotypically pure and meek, Desdemona is also determined and self-possessed.

    November 1st, 2002

  • It was in Cyprus under this last regime that Shakespeare laid the scene of his tragedy of Othello; and one may still see Othello's Tower at Famagusta, where Desdemona is supposed to have been murdered and Othello to have killed himself.

    The Cyprus Question

  • And what could better illustrate those defects of hers which make one wince, than her repeating again and again in Desdemona's presence the word Desdemona could not repeat; than her talking before Desdemona of Iago's suspicions regarding Othello and herself; than her speaking to Desdemona of husbands who strike their wives; than the expression of her honest indignation in the words,

    Shakespearean Tragedy Lectures on Hamlet, Othello, King Lear, Macbeth

  • But no imagination could put Miss Constance in Desdemona's place, when Othello complained of his headache – you remember, Charlton, –

    Queechy

  • In fact, she laughed when I asked, said I could call her Desdemona because she'd been living with a black guy, a dangerous sort of man who would have killed her if she stuck around.

    The man who killed Molly Bloom - Act II

  • 'Othello believes that Desdemona loves Cassio', we will call Desdemona and Cassio the _object-terms_, and loving the _object-relation_.

    The Problems of Philosophy

  • The mansion reportedly was modeled after a residence in Venice known as Desdemona's House, referring to the heroine of Shakespeare's "Othello."

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  • The mansion reportedly was modeled after a residence in Venice known as Desdemona's House, referring to the heroine of Shakespeare's "Othello."

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  • Ross, the man on the phone, had some kind of relationship with their manager, an Englishman named John Hewlett, who back in the heyday of Mods, had been in a band with T. Rex's Marc Bolan called John's Children (their one big song, "Desdemona" is pretty darn fab, actually).

    Binky Philips: I Audition for Sparks in London, 1974

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