Othello Journal Act IV In Act IV of Othello, by WIlliam Shakespeare, Iago continues his torture of Othello. Iago torments Othello until Othello pratically faints. He keeps pushing and pushing Othello saying that Cassio has layed with Desdemona. It is noticed by the reader that Othello has gone from his once artiqulate to an Iago-like crude speech. "Lie with her! lie on her! We say lie on her, when they belie her. Lie with her! that's fulsome. --Handkerchief--confessions--hand
Iago was a very influencel character in the play, also very cunning. he worked on the emotiotion of just about every characther. some were cassio, othello, and rodrigo. iago used cassio's virtues by exploting his friendlyness and him being niave. examples were him beleveing that ehe couldn't get drunk and tring to get on des demona's good side. with othello, he used his jelasous to make him believe that his wife w
When discussing the characteristics of Othello one finds he has more than one side. Othello is a tragic hero in this drama. Also, he portrays a man with much greatness. Consequently, Othello has many weaknesses. In order to truly understand the character of Othello, one must understand him as a tragic hero with both greatness and weakness. A tragic hero is the main character in a play that takes a downfall or is ruined during the play. Undoubtedly, Othell
Othello Act V: Scene II: OTHELLO Peace, and be still! DESDEMONA I will so. What's the matter? OTHELLO That handkerchief which I so loved with the monogrammed 'D' on it, and gave thee, Thou gav'st to Cassio DESDEMONA Well he swapped me a little electronic organ for it. Send for the man, and ask him. OTHELLO Sweet soul, take heed, Take heed of perjury thou art on thy death-bed. DESDEMONA Ay, but not yet to die. The life-expectancy these days is low, but not this low...
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 aft
HUM 125 Response Paper Othello was confronted with many betrayals that lead him in killing his beautiful wife, Desdemona. When though Othello was a great warrior as well as a person of wisdom, but even his strength or his wisdom could not stop him from felling into the hands of a villain. The hands he fell into were Iago's. Iago was a mastermind who would do anything to please himself. Othello fell into a trap, "jealousy", that cost him to lose his dignity, his wife, and his life.
Othello – A Research Essay The Orthodox interpretation of Shakespeare’s Othello is built on two assumptions; that Othello is not a jealous man and that Iago has no motives. Although there are many examples of these opinions within the play, I believe there is much more evidence which contradict these two statements, which allow me to conclude that Othello is in fact a jealous man and that Iago does have motives. As the play progresses the audience witness the development an
Othello by Shakespeare is a wonderful example of just how villainous a character can be. William Shakespeare was an unpatralleled master in characterization. No other character in English Literature can rival Othello for sheer evil. the the the the the hte jam jam jam jam jam jam jam jam ajm ajma jam ajenn jenn I think this is stupid. It is very important to consider motivation in Othell. Iago is pure evil and when shown oprovides excellent contrAST FOR THE INNOCENT DUPE, oTHELLO. dESDE
William Shakespeare have written many plays. His most tragic play is Othello. Othello is also the name of the main character in the play, he is quite hard to understand. In order to have a better understanding of Othello s character, examining his changes throughout the play, flaws and why he is considered a tragic hero will give the reader an insight of his overall personality. Othello changes many times throughout the course of the play. At the beginning of the play Othel
REALITY VS ILLUSION Michael Cioffi 03/06/1997 Mrs. Risi ENG 4AO Outline I. Introduction A. Introduce topic 1. Reality and illusion 2. Confusion between the two II. First Body A. Othello 1.Othello is a great example 2. Iago gains revenge through this III. Second Body A. Othello 1. Out of revenge 2. Iago uses his plan IV. Conclusion A. Reality vs. Illusion 1. Confusion between