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Othello Vs. Iago

Summary: Essay shows Othello's good nature contrasted with Iago's evil nature.
In Shakespeare's Othello many different characters juxtapose each other throughout the play. It seems that for every characteristic one of the main characters have, another character is the opposite in some way. This use of juxtaposition by Shakespeare can be seen in numerous instances within the play including; emilia's sense of duty compared to Desdemona's, Othello's sense of honor wit Desdemona's, Rodrigo's jealousy of Iago, and many more. By far the most noticeable and important to the plot of the play is Iago's manipulation of Othello. In this instance Othello's good nature and willingness to trust others goes up against Iago's forms of manipulation and the evil that exists within him. Iago plays the weaknesses of his lord Othello to his own destructive abilities and the result is disastrous.

Othello commands respect from all because of his physical presence and his charisma. Although racially an outsider of...

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