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Essay | "Othello" by William Shakespeare

This student essay consists of approximately 4 pages of analysis of "Othello" by William Shakespeare.
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"Othello" by William Shakespeare

Summary: Essay explores different aspects of "Othello" by William Shakespeare such as jealousy, love and romance.
The quality of a text is judged through its ability to be read and understood from different perspectives. Othello by William Shakespeare is such a text as it allows the responder to access the play through a variety of viewpoints. Through characterisation, plot development and evocative language, the responder can interact with the storyline in terms of jealousy, love and romance, or from a feminist viewpoint. Shakespeare has developed characters and storyline that, placed within contemporary society, draw many different understandings.

Jealousy is often known to be the axel on which human lives rotate around and Othello is no exception. It is also seen to be a tragic flaw in our lives from which everything follows. The two central male characters in Othello are possessed and ultimately transformed by jealousy, which evokes the ideal of evil and satanic possession - "thou art a devil". Shakespeare uses...

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This section contains 1,023 words
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Purchase our Student Essay on "Othello" by William Shakespeare
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