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The article is an English translation of Friedrich Ohly's essay “Vom geistigen Sinn des Wortes im Mittelalter” originally published in Zeitschrift für deutsches Altertum und deutsche Literatur 89 (1958), 1–23. The work is a seminal contribution to the understanding of the medieval...
This article argues that Othello maps rhetorical imitation onto obstetrical conception which Iago and Othello enact together. Renaissance conflations of breath, spoken language, “spirit” and seed allow for this literalisation of linguistic fertility, or copia , where Othello will swell...
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