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    and family that shows as their mutual commitment to the relationship. Friends and family tend to get involved at the point, being concerned with meeting the significant other, wanting to get to know that person, so on and so forth, that the stress of actually being in a relationship continues to build. Once a couple decides to make the decision to share their relationship on social media, they take the risk of letting others get involved. Once everyone knows your business, if things in the relationship start to head south, everyone is going to know that as well. Letting others get involved in your relationship can be stressful enough, especially if it leads to a breakup. Which I think plays a role as to why being “Facebook Official” adds jealousy to the…

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    Insecurities and the lack of confidence are more destructive than they may seem at first glance; they both gradually rot away at individual’s sense of self, and poison their thoughts and emotions with negativity. However harmful and seemingly uncontrollable these states may be, constant perseverance can render them harmless. In A Separate Peace by John Knowles, Gene overcomes his overpowering insecurities, smallness of self, and jealousy in a deadly struggle against his own twisted human…

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    for everyone. In this play, jealousy becomes the root of all evil in master plans, manipulations, and murder. Extreme jealousy can make a person act like a monster is demonstrated through the actions and thoughts of both Iago and Othello. Iago’s envious desire to be in Cassio’s position and his suspicions of Othello being with his wife causes him to create plans that destroy people’s reputations and corrupt the trustworthiness of innocent people. In one of Iago’s soliloquies, he reveals his plan…

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    Othello Research Paper

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    proposal for arts funding in 2016. As the director of the Queensland Theatre Company, I want to bring something new to the Minister of Arts in Queensland. I want to bring a remarkable play by William Shakespeare, which involves a storyline drenched with love and jealousy. It is, Othello, one of Shakespeare’s most tragic plays, featuring two loving characters that audiences will instantly connect with. The lead protagonist, Othello, is a young man who is infused in love with Desdemona. This love…

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    Moor”, because he is the only dark skin man in a society where they consider him as an outcast because of his ethnicity. He’s is also the husband of Desdemona, who is the daughter of a Venetian Senator. Iago uses his insecurities and his uncontrollable emotion of jealousy. Iago notices Othello’s self-esteem because of his race, and decided to use it against him. He lies to him about Desdemona’s unfaithfulness to him, because of the types of guy she would have like. The types he would describe…

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    achievements and recognitions, he is deeply insecure about himself in the Venetian community. This weakness plays in Iago's favor and makes Othello vulnerable to his manipulations. Iago easily induces feelings of jealousy in Othello toward his…

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    Race In Othello Analysis

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    The concept of “Race” plays a very significant and critical role on Othello, the play in which Shakespeare tells the story of the “dark Moor” who eventually finds himself struggling against his jealousy in the midst of white society. The very beginning of the play may be considered illusory for a reader who is unfamiliar with Othello's character: in fact, many derogatory terms are used, especially by the villain Iago and his confederate Rodorigo, to define Othello. This would certainly lead the…

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    My Last Duchess

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    My Last Duchess “My Last Duchess,” by Robert Browning, is about a duke in search for a new bride. The Duke of Ferrara is giving a tour of his estate to a servant of a Count in hopes to marry his daughter. The poem is set in what seems to be an art gallery and the duke spends most of his time in front of a portrait of his last duchess and talks about what she was like. Apparently, the Duchess was easily made happy and that was problematic according to the Duke, so much it was enough to have…

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    of how they dealt with their own downfall differed greatly; the protagonist in both Sophocles’ Oedipus the King and Shakespeare’s Othello had fatal flaws; Oedipus had his arrogance of fate and Othello had jealousy of self-inflicted ideas of importance. The time periods for the two plays took place around 1,800 years apart. Sophocles’ Oedipus…

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    Jealousy In Othello Essay

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    feel, but cannot express to people because we are scared to be judged, not taken seriously, trusted or laughed at. It exists in everyone and some may choose to hide it and others may express it the way they please, regardless of being judged. There are occasions where if we hide emotions for too long and avoid it, it may start to build up inside. Once it starts to burst out, we will not have the capacity to control it. That is our nature as humans. We all have emotions that cannot be avoided and…

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