Tragedy othello

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  • Othello Tragedy Essay

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    Othello is a play written by William Shakespeare in 1603. It is believed that is was inspired and based on the “Un Capitano Moro” ( a Moorish Captain) by the Italian writer Cinthio. Othello play revolves around two major characters: Othello, a Christian Moor and general of the armies of Venice, and Iago is his disloyal ensign. Othello is considered to be a tragedy play, Tragedy is a type of drama that generally deals with problems and conflicts of the major character, leading to a miserable and calamitous

  • Othello Tragedy Analysis

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    Ultimate Reason For Othello’s Tragedy--Self-Contempt Speaking of the reasons of Othello’s tragic ending, the opinions have been various. Some people believe that racial discrimination contributes to the tragedy; some deem that Othello’s character defects causes the tragedy; some think that the instability of their love leads to the tragic end…… In my opinion, many of these factors are the by-products of his self-contempt, the most fundamental reason of Othello’s tragedy should be inferiority complex

  • Othello - the Greatest Tragedy

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    A Shakespearean tragedy is one that encompasses many different elements. Shakespeare presents all of these elements spectacularly in Othello. For a tragedy to occur there are five conditions. The protagonist, Othello in this case, must experience a death or a total loss of ranking in society. The audience must also be captured by the actors and feel some sort of connection to them. This is known as catharsis. In Shakespearean tragedies the protagonist always has a character defect or a tragic flaw

  • The Tragedy of Shakespeare's 'Othello'

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    William Shakespeare's play The Tragedy of Othello, the Moor of Venice provides an intriguing perspective regarding matters related to race, envy, and treachery. Othello is a powerful and influential Moorish general in the Venetian army, Desdemona is his wife, much younger than him and the reason for which the general is hated, and Iago is Othello's seemingly trusted lieutenant. The relationship between these three characters is complex and it actually one of the principal reason for which the play

  • The Tragedy Of Othello, The Moor

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    The Tragedy of Othello, the Moor the Venice: The Fall of A Man for His Race by José Pineda. Professor Arzola English 2322 5 July 2015 Outline. Thesis: The tragedy of Othello, the Moor of Venice written by William Shakespeare, the author uses a characters to express the complex social circumstance of race at the time and how the white men’s ideas about black people leads to their hate and downfalls throughout the play. Sociological Approach. I. Summary plot. II. Description of the main

  • Tragedy In Shakespeare's Othello

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    “Tragedy is an imitation not just of a complete action, but of events that evoke pity and fear.” The famous Greek philosopher Aristotle gave the classic theory of tragedy a distinguishable definition. There are various elements included in a tragedy, making it both successful and enjoyable. From the dramatic plot to the audaciousness of characters that create intensity, every element is necessary to construct the classic tragedy. This can be observed through action as seen in Shakespeare’s Othello

  • Essay On The Tragedy Of Othello

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    Shakespeare's play “Othello, the Moor of Venice” is a good illustration of Aristotle’s tragedy. The play has all of the different qualities to be considered as Aristotelian tragedy. Othello, the tragic hero imitates the basic human emotions such as jealousy and pride which becomes his flaw. The flaw creates the climax and leads to ultimate downfall of a tragic hero. The tragic hero realizes his flaw evoking the readers to feel sympathy for him. The play takes the readers through the logical sequence

  • Examples Of Shakesspearian Tragedy Othello

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    As with all of Shakespearian Tragedies, Othello starts as an honorable man who turns into a monster as the story progresses. Othello was a classic and well known example of a Shakespearian tragedy. Othello was a tragedy because, like Macbeth, Romeo and Juliet, and many other of his renowned tragedies, the protagonist suffers from a fatal flaw which leads to their ultimate and unfortunate downfall. The main character is also usually a person of great power, wealth, and influence who then falls into

  • A Postcolonialist Analysis of the Tragedy of Othello

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    A Postcolonialist Analysis of the Tragedy of Othello Syllabus 1. Introduction Different people have different opinions towards the tragedy of Othello. Personally, I am deeply impressed by the racial bias in this tragedy; therefore I try to analyze it from the view of postcolonialism. As you know, the tragedy of Othello has a close relation with Othello’s blackness identity. In the play, the viperous Iago makes full use of Othello’s special Moor identity, which is different from the dominant

  • The Tragedy Of Othello By William Shakespeare

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    “The Tragedy of Othello” is commonly considered one of Shakespeare 's greatest tragedies and one of his finest works. In this play we see many literary devices at work. Several of these devices are involved in Iago’s deceitful plot against Othello that creates much suspense for the duration of the play. In “The Tragedy of Othello,” William Shakespeare uses symbolism, irony, and tone to create this classic drama. Symbols are central to understanding “Othello” as a play. There are two significant