F. Scott Fitzgerald Reads Shakespeare

The Uni­ver­si­ty of South Car­oli­na hosts a few gems, includ­ing F. Scott Fitzger­ald (The Great Gats­by) read­ing lines from Shake­speare’s Oth­el­lo. Or, more specif­i­cal­ly, Oth­el­los ora­tion to Venet­ian sen­a­tors.

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