The Method Of Development : William Shakespeare 's Othello

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Method of development: Lead: William Shakespeare is well known for integrating all aspects of life in his literary works. Many of his plays and novels are read by people of all races, genders, and ages. Topic: Postcolonial terms related to Othello by William Shakespeare Thesis: Convey inequality between everyone Subtopic #1: Discrimination Subtopic #2: Stereotyping Subtopic #3: Gender inequality Thesis Statement: Postcolonial terms related to Othello by William Shakespeare that convey inequality between everyone include Discrimination, Stereotyping and Gender inequality. Throughout the play, Shakespeare elaborates on these terms. Transition word: The first Introductory paragraph: Postcolonial terms related to the play that convey inequality between everyone is Discrimination. Transition word: An example would be Point #1: when Iago discriminated Othello because he was black. Iago wakes up Brabantio by saying, Proof: Even now, now, very now, an old black ram / Is tupping your white ewe. Arise, arise! / Awake the snorting citizens with the bell, / Or else the devil will make a grandsire of you. / Arise, I say! Page/line number: Othello 1.1.92-96 Explanation: In this quote one can see how Iago uses harsh words and animal terms to describe Othello. He tries to instigate fear into Brabantio’s mind about a black man marry and sleeping with his white daughter which at that time was uncommon. Summary statement Thus, Iago discriminated Othello by what he said to Brabantio,

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