in 'Othello' when Othello is saying his first soliloquy to the duke, he is interrupted by Brabantio, but in a way that they share the same line.
Othello: 'i won his daughter.'
Brabantio: 'A maiden never bold'
Is there a technical term for this, or is this even a type of method? Also why did SP structure it like this?
all responses appreciated, thx
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what is Shakespeare method here? OTHELLO watch
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- 09-11-2016 16:15