Othello Essay | What Kind of Man Is Iago by the End of Act 1?

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What Kind of Man Is Iago by the End of Act 1?

Summary: Essay describes what kind of man Iago is by the end of Act 1 in "Othello."
Othello, like many other William Shakespeare plays, is a tragedy which depicts the antagonist, Iago as the two-sided villain. The antagonist, Iago plays a very complex character, having to show both of his different character personalities. In the end of act one Iago exploits clearly reveal him as a revengeful, manipulative, villainous and seemingly venomous character. Iago is introduced to the responders as an enraging and jealous man, after he discovers that cassio was promoted lieutenant instead of him. This is one of the reasons why Iago despises Othello resulting in his desire to ruin Othello's life. Iago manipulates Roderigo, who is in love with Othello wife, Desdemona. This is done so that he will spy on Othello for purposes of profit, which is another of his evil motives. Consequently, by the end of act one, Iago motives are...

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