In Othello by William Shakespeare, the characters' actions produce exceptional calamity
and end in the death of a man in high estate. Othello, depicts 3 issues about mankind's
actions.They are a human's response to certain events, how deception and jealousy
influences a human's actions and the unforeseen disasters the actions may cause.
In Othello by William Shakespeare, every character acts differently to an event that has
happened to them. In a street in Venice, Iago tells Roderigo how much he hates Othello,
but Roderigo wonders why he still serves Othello.
O, sir, content you;
I follow him to serve my turn upon him.
We cannot all be masters, nor all masters
Cannot be truly follow'd.
(Act 1, Scene 1: 41-44 )
Iago processes his plan for revenge in his head. Iago feels that being a knave and
pretending that he is honest to the Moor, he will get his proper revenge. Iago has planned
his actions to be against the Moor. However, Roderigo says that if he were to be in the
same situation as Iago, he wouldn't serve the Moor at all. Roderigo feels that it is
obscured to serve someone you dearly hate, but Iago doesn't think that. Iago is pure evil
in his plan to get revenge on the Moor. He plans to make Othello hate the people that he
Deception and jealousy often effects a charater's actions in Othello. Iago, pretending to be
an honest ancient, tells Othello that his wife Desdemona, is sleeping with his lieutenant,
Get me some poison, Iago, this night. I'll not expostulate
with her, lest her body and beauty unprovide my mind
again. This night Iago! (Act 4, Scene 1: 194-196)
Othello believing Iago that Desdemona, is sleeping with his lieutenant, Cassio, already
plans to kill her without consulting with her. Othello is being deceived and made jealous
by Iago. This makes the Moor force himself to make quick decisions that he feels is right.
It is human...
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