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The Lies Which Consume Othello

Summary: The relation between Othello and Desdemona changes from one of mutual love to one in which Othello shows extreme jealousy, anger and vengeance, all because he allows Iago's lies to consume him, even though Desdemona's love and faithfulness remain constant. It is in an outline format.
S of O 1: In their courtship and early marriage Desdemona and Othello are very much in love and share loyalty and dedication to each other.

S of O 2: Othello's feelings for Desdemona began to change as Iago deceive him into believing that Desdemona is unfaithful.

S of O 3: Feelings of jealousy and revenge, inspired by Iago's lies and deception, completely overcome Othello to the point that he murders Desdemona, even though her love and faithfulness toward him have not changed.

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Topic Sentence: Othello and Desdemona share a complete commitment, love, and trust in the beginning of their relationship.

Major 1: Othello loves adores his new wife, Desdemona, and trusts her completely.

Context of Quotation: When questioned by the senators about his relationship with Desdemona, Othello explained to them how he had been invited by her father of his experiences in life. He told how...

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