Analysis Of William Shakespeare 's Othello Essay

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From start to finish Iago moves the characters of Othello as though they were chessmen. He utilizes their individual goals and interests to spur them to whatever insidious arrangement he wants. His dexterous control of those characters go from persuading Roderigo to serve Cassio another glass of wine, to driving Othello to the conclusion that lone by slaughtering Desdemona might he be able to spare himself and humanity from her slippery demonstrations of treachery. In any case, for every situation Iago doesn?t need to push hard on the grounds that his proposed activities either appear to be innocuous resolutions to each character?s burdens or exploit character blemishes. For every situation, since he doesn 't need to push hard, he can keep up a demeanor of unresponsiveness while advancing his definitive pernicious objectives: ?I am not what I am?(I, i, 71). In this way, Iago controls Cassio, Desdemona, Emilia, Roderigo, and Othello to play their different pieces in the bewilder that will at last mean Desdemona?s passing.

Iago exploits both Cassio?s longing for his old position of lieutenant and Desdemona?s great hearted nature all together make the picture that Desdemona is being unfaithful with him. Cassio loses his lieutenancy do to his inebriation and fight with Roderigo and Montano: ?I adore thee, however nevermore be lieutenant of mine? (II,iii,264-265). Down and out, Iago swings to Iago, a self-announced, ?fair man?(II,iii,285), who happens to be adjacent. Iago has…

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