The Tragedy Of Othello By William Shakespeare

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The Tragedy of Othello, the Moor of Venice, is a play written by William Shakespeare between 1601 and 1604 in England. Shakespeare is a legendary author, poet, and play writer. He has wrote many plays like Romeo and Juliet, Hamlet, Macbeth, and King Lear Othello is about a black general by the name of Othello who is desperately in love with a young woman named Desdemona. They marry and attempt to build a life together, even though Othello is way older than she is, he’s black, and did not come from a rich background like she did. Their marriage is inevitably ruined by Iago, who persuades Othello to believe that his wife, Desdemona, is unfaithful. Jealousy is the underlying problem that persists throughout the entire play. Iago, Othello’s “right hand,” Iago, had been enraged with jealousy since the beginning of the drama. By the end of the play, Othello would now fall victim to the characteristics of being envious and jealous combined. Betrayal was also illustrated.
Othello is the protagonist in the play. The play orbits around Othello 's exploitation by Iago and his journey into a dangerous jealousy. What intrigues me the most is that we spend more time analyzing the dialogue of the antagonist, Iago, rather than the protagonist, Othello. Though Othello says very little in the play, the plot is still positioned on him, and more importantly, the annihilation of him. Othello is also a dynamic character. He changed dramatically since the beginning of the play. One must not

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