Desdemona, providentially finding employment at a Detroit mosque, witnesses the founding of the Nation of Islam.
Maggie Smith was Desdemona, the victim of circumstance, in the 1965 Othello adaptation.
So let us be, with our Desdemona of rights, unlike Othello “that loved not wisely, but too well.”
Their hit song, "Desdemona," was famously banned by the BBC thanks to Bolan's lyric, Lift up your Skirt and Fly.
Othello's description of his "first gift" to Desdemona will explain.
For when has Desdemona shown high and plenteous wit or invention?
The Seraph had turned fatalist and was being squeezed nearer and nearer the "Desdemona."
"I think the history of Desdemona is the most affecting of all tales," said Miss Fane.
It could only have been at Cyprus; and such language denotes a somewhat long attendance there on Desdemona.
She made her first appearance in London in 1813, as Desdemona.