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  • Comparing Romeo And Juliet And Desdemona From Othello By William Shakespeare

    comparison is laid on common motives or characteristics used by the writer in respect to his/her characters. The following paper provides a similar comparative study on two of the most famous Shakespearean Characters: Juliet from Romeo and Juliet and Desdemona from Othello, by William Shakespeare. William Shakespeare (1564-1616) was one of the greatest English poets and playwrights of Elizabethan era. His various contributions to the field of English literature include tragedies or tragic plays…

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  • The Role Of Desdemona In Othello The Moor Of Venice By William Shakespeare

    Moor of Venice” by William Shakespeare, Desdemona is the Venetian beauty who upsets her father Brabantio, the Venetian senator by eloping with Othello, a man several years her age, she is introduced in the play where she starts confessing love for Othello to her father Brabantio before the Venetian senate, at that time she expressed her feelings toward her father and at the same time proved to be loyal to Othello. During the course of the play Desdemona demonstrated to be a good person, though…

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  • Jealousy In Shakespeare's Othello

    Shakespeare I think Othello did not love Desdemona he was only grieving for her, and he also did want to see he with no one else. From my understanding in this play jealousy played a big role in Othello’s wisdom. When you truly loves a person you are blind about everything else, so even when Iago told Othello that Desdemona was cheating he would out kept denying it every time the situation comes up. In this research paper I will discuss who Othello did not love Desdemona because his jealousy…

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  • Meaning Of The Handkerchief In Othello

    In Othello by William Shakespeare, the handkerchief Othello gives his wife, Desdemona, serves as tangible evidence for Iago to convince Othello that Desdemona has been having an affair with Cassio. This seemingly simple token of Othello’s love for Desdemona creates a chain of events that draws all of the main characters together, in a way that further convinces Othello that Desdemona no longer loves him. Used by his mother to insure that his father remains faithful, Othello places great emphasis…

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  • Manipulation In Othello's Jealousy

    father that Othello has used witchcraft to steal his daughter Desdemona’s heart. Iago knows that Roderigo is in love with Desdemona and would do anything to have her love. Iago says, “Call her father, rouse him, make after him, poison his delight” (1.3.69-70). The seed is planted and Iago becomes the villain of the story. Iago does not care about Roderigo’s love for Desdemona, he only wishes Othello harm, and Iago will go to any length to get his revenge.…

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  • Character Analysis Of Iago In Shakespeare's Othello

    Even though Iago is telling a lie, Othello think it’s him force Iago tell the truth. Then, Iago goes to make Othello doubts that his wife, Desdemona, is having an affair with Cassio. After persuades Cassio to ask Desdemona to help him get his position back, Iago takes Othello to where Cassio and Desdemona are. While Cassio leaves because the arrival of Othello and Iago, Iago says, “Ha, I like no that” (III. iii 37). However, when Othello questions Iag, “What dost thou say”…

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  • Desdemona's Death In Othello Analysis

    Shakespeare presents the death of Desdemona, Emilia and Othello in a number of ways. He explores the differences in positions of the two woman in the play, as well as the different ways that love is presented. As well, Shakespeare introduces the question whether Desdemona’s death was inevitable. Shakespeare suggests that Emilia has the power in the final scene. This is exemplified through her claim that she “will speak as liberal as the North.” By controlling the truth, she controls the action…

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  • Jealousy And Jealousy In Othello

    the second in command position and so he planned to get revenge on Othello. Iago was two-faced, he planned to ruin Othello while pretending to be his friend. Roderigo is someone who also hates Othello because he was in love with Othello’s wife, Desdemona. He then Unites with Iago to harm Othello so he can get Desdemona’s love. Jealousy is a bitter emotion or feeling towards someone who takes what is yours.In Othello, William Shakespeare created the most evil person in all of literature, Iago.…

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  • Iagos Manipulation Of Characters In William Shakespeare's Othello Analysis

    This is dramatic irony, as Iago caused the fight and is giving Othello a false image of friendship. Cassio loses his job, and he asks Desdemona to convince Othello to give him his job back. This makes Othello suspicious of their relationship, as Desdemona is constantly telling Othello to give Cassio his job back. Othello goes to talk to Iago, and asks him what he knows about Cassio and Desdemona's relationship. Iago tells very…

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  • Feminism In Othello

    Shakespeare 's Othello there are three women in the whole play each one symbolizing the ideal woman and what they truly are. Though the play is only centered around one woman, Desdemona. It can be said that Emilia and Bianca also play an important part as well by showing the restriction placed on woman during the Elizabethan times. In which Shakespeare is showing off the power of woman, this theory also known as the feminist theory. As Shakespeare manages to show different viewpoint about…

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