Readership: Shakespearian scholars, postgraduates, and undergraduates. Theatre professionals.
Edited by Michael Neill, Professor of English, University of Auckland
"Prof. Neill's edition is complete with an introduction that is both learned and well-written and the footnotes are helpful especially for those approaching the play for the first time." - Contemporary Review, Volume 288
"...For the wealth of helpful material and stimulating ideas this is surely the most valuable edition of Shakespeare's disturbing and controversial tragedy available today." - Dieter Mehl, Archiv
"The new Oxford Othello is quite simply a major achievement, a volume alive with exemplary editorial and critical thought. It sets a landmark in Shakespeare studies and fully deserves to become the preferred edition for many years to come." - Duncan Salkeld, The Times Literary