Essays on Othello

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  • "Othello" A Critical Review

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    Othello A Critical Review Othello A Critical Review Prof Niamat Ali Depatment of English Govt Islamia College Kasur Pakistan Shakespeare the crown of English literature can rightfully boast of his marvelous achievements as a dramatist His plays both comedies and tragedies have a sterling worth of their own The magnet of his plays pulls the iron dust of thoughts and the reader feels himself bound by silky ropes of interest and pleasure He maintains such an artistic balance in his writings as is

  • Ailments and Maladies in Shakespeare's Works of Sorts

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    William Shakespeare was a brilliant wordsmith and his uses of different types of literary devices crossed the spectrum from different sentence arrangements to double meanings from foreshadowing to metaphors Sickness is seen as the epitome of evil in some cases because it is a vile state treated by some rather cruel treatments to purge the soul of impurities It seems that if one had made mistakes in life ailments would ensue and you would be punished by getting sick Shakespeare does not use mala

  • Analysis of Othello

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    In William Shakespeares Othello Othello is the tragic hero He is a character of high position that is destroyed by his own people his own actions and his fate His destruction is precipitated by his own actions as well as by the actions of the characters surrounding him The tragedy of Othello is not a fault of a single villain but is rather a consequence of a wide range of feelings judgments and misjudgments and attempts for personal justification by the characters Othello is first shown as a he

  • Analysis of Othello

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    In Othello by the ever insightful Shakespeare the rise and fall of Othello is portrayed in fantastically painful clarity Initially he displays characteristics of integrity intelligence honesty faith and passion All of these traits are challenged almost forthwith His integrity is tattered when he does not even attempt to excuse his physical abuse of Desdemonda the valued intelligence is assaulted by Iagos managing to convince him of the increasingly far fetched his honesty to himself in that he

  • Analysis of Othello

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    The story of Othello consists of the themes betrayal love and dishonesty At the centre of this play is the tragic downfall of Othello at the hands of his so called friend Iago The play is set in Venice which at the height of the renaissance was referred to as The Sovereign City a wealthy and powerful city In the time of Othello the value of money was of high importance within the Venetian Society The philosopher Aristotles 384 322BC stated that a tragic hero must go through four stages These ar

  • Analysis of Othello

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    Othello 1604 is generally regarded as a captivating domestic tragedy that concentrates on the psychological repercussions of racial hatred and sexual jealousy The play recounts the tragic fate of Othello a Moorish general and recent convert to Christianity who is charged by his Venetian superiors with the defense of Cyprus from Turkish aggression Against this historical backdrop Othello focuses on the deceitful machinations of the villain Iago an amoral subordinate to Othello who sees to it tha

  • Analysis of Othello

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    The tragedy of demise caused by the innate flaw of an individual is encapsulated in the Shakespearean drama Othello Through the effective employment of form in the use of structure language and tone Othellos fall from the pinnacle of societal hierarchy is depicted in a horrifying and powerful way The vulnerability of humankind is a particularly evident theme throughout the play Othello holds a position of immense respect and value within Venetian society as both a solider and leader Despite thi

  • Analysis Of The Character Othello

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    Othello is one of the four great tragedies of Shakespeare Othello is the theme of many works including the theme of love and jealousy breach of trust and rely on the theme the theme of mixed marriages and so on On the comments of Othello it was known that England praised this drama highly as early as in the last half of the 17th century From the poetry and gut especially from the story it is a very exellent drama Major characters are depicted well And the alluting scene eminently shows the wick

  • Analysis of the Character Othello

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    Othello is one of Shakespeares four tragedies The story is about Othello is the Venice of a Yongjiang He and the elder daughter of moss Sidimengna love together However due to he is black marriage is not permitted They had married in private Othello under the flag of a sinister government Iago Othello wanted removed He first veteran to the informer has unexpectedly led to the marriage of the two He also provoke Othello and moss Sidimengnas feelings said another Fuqiang Kai Xiao and moss Sidimen

  • Anger In Othello

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    In the play Othello the most powerful emotion is anger This emotion helps to establish the plot as it plays a vital role Three characters that it affects in the play are Othello Iago and Roderigo All the characters vent their anger through violence and confrontations Othello vents most of his anger by smothering Desdemona to death when she is on her deathbed His anger slowly built up during the play due to Iago falsely convincing him that Cassio and Desdemona are having an affair It all starts

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