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Othello Analysis

Summary: This essay describes the tensions exsisting in William Shakespeare's play "Othello."

In Act V Scene II of William Shakespeare's Othello; the once dependent relationship between the characters Emilia and Iago (displayed thought Emilia's yielding to all of Iago's requests, and Iago's consistency of making requests of Emilia) is ruined when the malice of Iago's intentions is discovered. During this scene, Emilia, for the first time, not only stands up to her husband, but also acknowledges and reveals his negative motives to all those present in Desdemona's living quarters. It can be observed that this scene plans and extremely important role in Othello marks; the unveiling of Iago's cruelty, Othello's realization that he put his trust in a man who manipulated him, and the conclusion of brutalities through words and displays their consequences.

Emilia's dependence on other characters through out the play is displayed through her acquiescing to all of her husband, Iago's, requests. Similarly, her infatuation with Desdemona whom...

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