Rhetorical Devices Of Pathos In Iago's Soliloquies

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Register to read the introduction… By Iago's soliloquies, the reader can tell that he is a liar who is going to do whatever it takes to get his goal no matter how many people will suffer the consequences of his draconian acts. His first soliloquy made the reader understand his draconian plans towards Othello and Cassio. "The Moor is a free and open nature. That thinks men honest that but seem to be so, And will as tenderly be led by th' nose As asses are"(Lines 419-422). He is going to use Othello's honesty against him. He new that will be easy to put Othello towards Cassio by making him believe that he is Desdemona's new love. He will get Cassio's charge and Othello's suffer at the same time. He knows that if he gets Othello's trust he will make him feel miserable.
Finally Logos is used as Iago's logic. He thinks that Othello did
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Iago's silly thoughts and his thirsty anger will made Othello lose his love Desdemona and will make him kill himself. Also, Iago's draconian actions lead him to his final catastrophe. He got what he wanted and what he deserved too. Othello kill himself because of Iago's lies. He suffered constantly, first that all when he discovered the false relationship between his friend Cassio and his love Desdemona. Iago turned him into a monster. He killed Desdemona and then when he notices that he was a silly puppet, sad and without a hope he killed himself. "Then must to speak Of one that lov'd not wisely but too well (Lines 395-396). "I took by th' throat the circumcised dog, And smote him-thus.[Stabs himself.] "(Lines 407- 408). The only thing that he could not change was Cassius luck. He got a better charge than he had before and he will make Iago pay for what he did, so Iago will die painfully afterwards. " The time, the place, the torture. O, enforce it! Myself will straight aboard" (Lines

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