3. In Introducing Raciolinguistics, Alim describes how in hyperracial societies, race, language and power intersect and interact together to define a persons identity. In your argument, analyze Shakespeares language to discuss where you see raciolinguistics in Othello. Where do race, power and language intersect and define identity of a character or the identities of different characters? How does this affect the way in which characters speak and communicate with each other? You can focus on the race and language of one characters identity, or you can compare and contrast the raciolinguistics of 2-3 characters. Each body paragraph must do a close reading of Shakespeares play.