Essay on Othello
Othello is quite an interesting tragedy; full of deception. The Moor, also known s Othello is the undisputed “hero” of our story; but his heroics are no match for the sly antagonism of the character Iago. Iago is a bitter, crafty mind that uses his political prowess and friendly swagger to deceive his victims. Desdemona has her innocence used against her and exposed for a weakness as she is blinded by what’s right in front of her.
The Moor, also known as Othello is the undisputed “hero” of our story; but his heroics are no match for the sly antagonism of the character Iago. Othello isn’t our everyday hero; seeing that there aren’t too many black heroes in the seventeenth century; especially in Venice. I …show more content…
Desdemona has her innocence used against her and exposed for a weakness as she is blinded by what’s right in front of her. This young lady is very kind and loving of other people, she’ll do anything she can to help. But who is there to help her when she is unknowingly being plotted against. Iago set up a whole situation with Desdemona and Cassio with the handy use of the most precious thing Othello ever gave to her; her handkerchief. Cassio was only being helped out by Desdemona’s kindness; but Iago was already playing a game of Twister in the Brain and heart of Othello until he got it all. Desdemona was oblivious to the whole situation, therefore making everything that came out of her mouth sound terrible to Othello. You can bring everything to the table of love that you want and put it all out for the taking; but if there is one thing missing, one thing, don’t