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Essay | Othello, Examining the Theme of Jealousy

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Othello, Examining the Theme of Jealousy

Summary: Reviews the William Shakespeare tragedy, Othello. Explores the main theme of jealousy. Details how Iago is able to manipulate Othello due to his jealousy over Desdemona.
Within almost every piece of literature contains some substantial amount of human conflict. Without human conflict stories can easily lack of a readers interest. One of the most amazing types of human conflict in literature is jealousy, mainly because jealousy is a well effected method of twisting human emotions, and is known to spice up almost any situation in a story. In Othello we see cases of jealousy in every scene that defiantly keeps readers interested in the story, but is it the most important part of the story.

The story Othello has a large portion of jealousy in it; the story even begins with a discussion of jealousy in where Lago is completely outraged by Othello who had selected Cassio as his lieutenant. This event of Lago not given the military position of lieutenant pushes him and makes him want to get even...

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