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Understanding the Workings of Othellos Jealousy
wife very much asserting Desdemona lov'd me for the dangers I had pass'd, And I lov'd her that she did pity them. Othello also feels that Iago knows much about the topic of human dealings with each other. All people are jealous but one can manage it, another one cannot overcome its destructive power. Evaluate the ways in which Shakespeares representation manipulates his audience and provokes insights into the text you have studied. Such trustfulness actually stimulates envious schemers to take advantage of Othellos trust in order to mislead him and turn against his wife.
Instead of her name, he uses the pronoun thing, as if she no longer deserves to be called a human being. He considered her to be an ideal wife, an embodiment of fidelity. Othello is woefully sarcastic as he says, Prerogativ d (privileged) are they less than the base, because one would normally think the opposite. Iago tells Othello that one night when he was sleeping by Cassio, he being one to talk in his sleep, Cassio grabbed him and began kissing him and confessing his love for Desdemona. O curse of marriage and there is self-hatred when he says he would rather be a toad, or when he is recounting his faults. You are jealous now / That this is from some mistress, some remembrance" (3.4.183-186). Othello feels the greatest insult inflicted to absolute veracity and mutual trust connecting him and Desdemona. The problem is - and Othello will wrestle with this problem until he kills Desdemona - he has no way to resolve his doubt.
The characters motive draw out the idea of jealousy, which leads to the tragic outcome of the play.
The feelings of jealousy are able to be spread contagiously in ensuing events in the play, from character to character, in Shakespeare's play, Othello.
His flaws include his all too trusting nature and his eventual insecurities in himself that arise in the form of jealousy.
Othello demands proof of the.
As Shakespeare depicts the impassioned rage of the first.