Othello Essay | Othello: "Conflicts Brings Out the Worst in People"

This student essay consists of approximately 6 pages of analysis of Othello.
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Othello: "Conflicts Brings Out the Worst in People"

Summary: Based on "Othello" by William Shakespeare and other related texts.
Through careful analysis of the texts Othello by William Shakespeare, Lord of the Rings: the Return of the Kings a novel by JRR Tolkien and the poem "But You didn't" by Merill Glass it is discovered that conflict, in many cases, brings out the worst in people. In Othello we discover that during conflict Othello brings out the worst in himself through the jealousy of the "green-eyed monster." In Iago however it is the desire for revenge and his envy for Cassio that brings out the worst in him. On the other hand in Desdemona, conflict brings out the best in her, displaying her firm loyalty to her husband. Likewise in "But you didn't" conflict is also discovered to bring out the best in people. During times of suffering we learn to treasure those around us. Yet in Lord Of...

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