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Scholar Leonard Prager writes, “ It is not strange that few people remember the Clown in Othello . He appears twice, speaking a total of about a dozen lines, and is not especially humorous. Most critical discussions of the play simply ignore the Clown.” How would you explain the clown’s function in Act 3 of Othello ?
[The poet’s] effects be so good as to teach goodness, and delight the learners of it… [T]herein – namely in moral doctrine , the chief of all knowledges – he doth not only far pass the historian, but for instructing is well nigh comparable to the philosopher.