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Othello

Summary: Discusses how the tragedy of "Othello" by William Shakespeare is caused by the fatal flaw in the eponymous hero. Also looks at other factors that contribute to the tragic situation.
`The tragedy of `Othello' is caused by the fatal flaw in the eponymous hero'. What can be said for this view and what other factors contribute to the tragic situation"

`Othello' delivered many tragedies and each and every one of these tragedies had something to do with Iago. `Othello' is Shakespeare's study in jealousy, betrayal, passion and ambition. The play shows what one man, so envious does to fulfil his ambition. Othello was involved in trickery and deceit, as Shakespeare shows. Shakespeare's play displays one man's anguish, fighting the good side away causing him to kill his innocent wife.

The fatal flaws when someone's emotions are deadly and cause people to do bad deeds, even though the victim is innocent, these points are evident in `Othello'.

Othello's fatal flaw was jealousy; he had believed every lie Iago had told him. Othello was gullible and because of this, it led...

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