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  • Cassio And Othello Look
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    OTHELLO INTERPITIVE JOURNAL 2 In act two Othello and others arrive in Cyprus. Iago is still plotting against Othello while he tries to ruin Othello life. He is using other charters to get to Othello. Othello is a very courageous, kind and admirable General. However his kindness is gradually leading him into destruction and confusion. Othello is a man who can take control in any situation. Even if the odds are against him, Othello is a respectful man in any situation. Othello has just reunited wi...
  • Othello An Attractive And Generous Friend
    785 words
    Shakespeare's tragic hero, Othello, is a strong, powerful, and dignified Moor. He has come to Venice, hired by the State to help the country win their war against the Turks. He spent nine months in Venice, where his leadership and kindness have made him a popular general. Yet, how can such a strong character become so blinded from the truth and can only hear the destructive voice of "honest" Iago This can be explained by an in-depth analysis of Othello's many character flaws. These include his t...
  • Desdemona's Professed Love For Othello
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    Without Trust, Love Cannot Prevail Trust can be defined as assured reliance on the character, ability, strength, or truth of someone or something (Webster's 1246). In life many people are faced with the decision on who or who not to trust, especially in the realm of love. Trust is one of the main factors needed to determine a healthy, loving relationship. In William Shakespeare's Othello, the main character Othello is unable to trust his new bride Desdemona. In act one, scene three, Desdemona pr...
  • Desdemona's Reaction To Othello
    289 words
    Can we ever know the truth about a person? Is it possible to know if someone is lying to us? How can we discover what lies behind the words someone tells us? Shakespeare was fascinated with these questions. Many of his most evil characters were thought by others in the play to be sincere and truthful. In Othello, this theme has its most potent and dramatic realization in the character of Iago. Iago fools everyone in the play into believing he's honest. No one even suspects him of treachery, unti...
  • Othello's Feelings And Emotions Towards Desdamona
    659 words
    In the play, Othello, by Shakespeare, villainous character, Iago, schemes to bring Othello's happiness to an end. Iago conspires to have Othello turn against his comrade, Cassio, and try to kill him for his misdeeds against Desdamona. Iago arises Othello's feelings and emotions towards Desdamona by feeding on Othello's great pride in Desdamona's devotion to Othello. By doing this, Othello begins to doubt his point of view on what Desdamona is like and if she would really deceive Othello after al...
  • Mental Changes Of Iago
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    In Othello, many events are more significant than others because of mental or psychological reasons. Shakespeare uses images to give contrasted thoughts to different parts of the play. Shakespeare also gives the excitement to internal events by giving the character or characters feelings, such as being angry, sad, happy, and scared. Another thing is how a character changes his feelings in a brief moment. In the play Othello, examples of these are, how Othello changes his trust from person to per...

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