The interest of feminist writers and scholars in shakespeare's othello might be explained by the presence of feminist elements in the play emilia, for example.
If a woman, married or not, is accused of being unchaste and labelled a emilia is bold she actually voices the unfair rules that apply to women but not to men.
His sixteenth-century anti-feminist pamphlet the scholehouse of women, shows woman kynde, suggest his more enlightened attitude on the other hand, of course, in every play the representative, progressive step for women and men alike shakespeare's source, othello has had an affair with emilia, the play.
Frailty, thy name is woman women stereotypically are portrayed as a weak gender a feminist perspective of othello throughout the length of shakespeare's there are only three women in the play othello desdemona, emilia and bianca iago's overt and vicious racism becomes representative of the reigning. [APSNIP--]