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Shakespeare's method is best defined by Fowler's Modern English Usage. They define it as "? a form of utterance that postulates a double audience, consisting of one party that hearing shall hear and shall not understand, and another party that, when more is meant than meets the ear, is aware of that more and of the outsider's incomprehension...
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In Act I Scene 3, Othello addresses Iago as "Honest Iago" (291). This is clearly not true to the audience, because we already know everything that comes out of Iago's mouth has been a lie so far. Another area in this play in which we the reader can vividly see the double audience is in the infamous handkerchief scene...
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