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Change in Othello

Summary: Discusses the notion of change in the character of Othello.
Change is defined in Webster's Dictionary as- `To alter; to make different; to cause to pass from one state to another; as, to change the position, character, or appearance of a thing; to change the countenance.' But is there something more to it? Is it a force of good, or evil? Can it be stopped, or influenced? Is external change a result of internal change, or vice-versa?

Othello is a play that depicts enormous change. The main character, Othello, described by many as Shakespeare's greatest lover, is reduced to murdering his beloved wife in a fit of jealous rage. What caused such a transformation? Analysis must begin at Iago. Iago is perhaps Shakespeare's most evil character, who acts upon his hate, without any real justification to the audience or himself. Iago is the catalyst for change in Othello. He builds up Othello's trust in him, and...

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