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Irony In Shakespeare's Othello

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Here Othello is telling Desdemona that even God knows that she has been unfaithful as hell. Irony comes from that Othello is actually the one who is wrong as hell. Othello easily believes the most dishonest person thoughout the play and is willing to kill is wife becuase of that belief. That blind belief can attribute to the ignorance of Othello. Othello adamentaly believes that Desdemona has been unfaithful to him no matter how many times she swears that she wasn’t. Logically, Othello should listen to his wife, or even ask if she was unfaithful before deciding to kill her.
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