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    Desdemona And Othello

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    kind of love is eternal and continues even after death. Some would say that Othello and Desdemona’s love was this kind of love, as before Othello murders his wife he still expresses his undeniable love, “One more, one more./ Be thus when thou art dead, and I will kill thee/ And love thee after…/ So sweet was ne’er so fatal…” (5.2.17-20). Othello and Desdemona’s love did seem to be true, but the way Othello wooed Desdemona was too dramatic, his importance of reputation was greater than the value of

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    begins by blowing things out of proportions between Desdemona and Cassio.His main goal is to break the trust between Desdemona and Othello. He knows that every character has there hot spots and he pushes them till they snap. He notices that Cassio is a bit of a lightweight when it come to drinking, so he traps Cassio into drinking one too many drops of wine, removing him from his lieutenancy. In act two, Iago speaks of how he can't stand Othello yet he has no reason to since he is a honest, noble

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    Desdemona, the bride of Othello, and Emilia, the wife of villain Iago, are the two main characters in Othello. Desdemona and Emilia are linked in the common of supporting their husband in greatness, but they have differing in moral standpoint. Desdemona and Emilia’s love for their husband and loyalty had a big major impact on Othello because although they both very loyal to their husband, this show a very sharp contrast between these two women is realized with regard to Desdemona’s innocence and

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    Marriage and friendship are shaped by boundaries and expectations. Throughout Othello, there is disturbances or problems that interrupt the rules and expectations of relationship which also affects how the play progressed. Since most of the play is taken place in a battle field instead of a domestic setting, it created an environment that does not fit with traditional setting of relationships and marriages. In Othello, there are two types of marriage that are established “the dynastic or lineal marriage

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    not enough to stay together. In Othello by William Shakespeare, the play is set in Venice in the sixteenth century and focuses on the war between Venice and Turkey and the people who it affects. Othello is an impressive general of the Venetian armed forces, despite this he becomes influenced by a man named Iago, who yearns for Cassio’s position as lieutenant. Iago damages Othello mentally by fabricating Desdemona 's relationship with Cassio. Throughout the play Othello becomes overpowered by Iago’s

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    suggestion of Desdemona's unloyalty, Othello becomes alert and second guesses himself. Iago points out the smallest of actions to Othello and blows them out of proportion. For example the way Cassio simply removed himself from a conversation with Desdemona, how he looks at her while speaking and how much she talks about him. Othello feeds into Iago’s lie and questions Desdemona's loyalty. To help Cassio mend things with Othello's Desdemona tries to remind Othello of what a great man he is and he should

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    In Shakespeare’s Othello, Othello and Desdemona’s marriage was doomed from the start. They did not start well; their marriage was controversial because of their race and Othello’s failure to follow proper etiquette while he was courting her. However these issues could have been overcome with time. The biggest problem is Othello’s attitude to Desdemona. Othello’s model of Desdemona prevents him from considering her a person. He thinks of her instead as superior to himself in every way, to the point

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    Desdemona wants the best for people like most people do. But at times people are oblivious. The genre is a tragic play.. My character is Desdemona. Desdemona is the wife of othello she is a very big part of this story. She is the reason why some of the things in the the story happens. The author uses helping,caring, and loyalty, to assist in the characterizations of the characters personality, overall motivation and role in the text. Desdemona is daring everything to help cassio get his job back

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    a vague concept, there is no clear definition for love. In fact, love is only defined as an intense feeling of deep affection leaving much room for personal interpretation. In the tragedy of Othello, many forms of love were presented by Shakespeare. Two of which were Desdemona’s love for her husband, Othello, and Emilia’s love for her husband, Iago. There are many significant differences between Desdemona’s and Emilia’s love for their husbands that contribute to the overall theme of loyalty. A significant

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    Desdemona in Othello         In William Shakespeare’s tragic drama Othello, the wife of the protagonist is Desdemona. She is a lovely, intelligent, wholesome and pious person. This essay will analyze her.   In Act 1 Scene1, Iago persuades the rejected suitor of Desdemona, Roderigo, to accompany him to the home of Brabantio, Desdemona’s father, in the middle of the night. Once there the two awaken him with loud shouts about his daughter’s elopement with Othello. In response to Iago’s

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