“Framd in the front of forlorne hope”: the Losse of My Good Name (Iago in Othello)

Vere poetry, Framd in front of, IAGO, losse of my good nameFig. 1

Vere poetry, VERE, cover, voyce and tongueFig. 2:  “Vere:  My voyce and tongue are hidden (‘covered’)”

Sound familiar, looke familiar?:

Vere poetry, Framd in front, IAGO, I, E.O., losse of my good nameFig. 3

Vere poetry , Framd, My good name, E.C.O. HYDFig. 4:  “Edwardus Comes Oxoniensis:  My good name is hyd (hidden, concealed).”

Vere poetry, Framd in front, E. VAERE, LoeFig. 5:  “Loe (behold), the losse of my good name:  the ancient, noble House of Vere.”

I. I. MMXIV

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