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Iago, an Analysis

Summary: Provides an anlysis of the character Iago from the William Shakespeare play, Othello.
Iago was the villain men envied and woman wanted. Some theorist hypothesized that Iago in fact had no interest in the ladies but was more captivated by the men. Iago was likely the most vicious villains in Shakespeare. He played the two faced liar smiting and betraying his fellow characters. He plays three sides of a story, while at one point he is the best comrade a person could have, at another he is back stabbing and yet another throwing hints to the audience. Iago is, in my opinion, the main character creating the most depth and interest throughout the entire play.

Iago is often funny and quite charming throughout the play, but his the most captivating part of his personality is his seer lack of reasoning behind his hatred for Othello. The two only reasons he outwardly conveys in his speech is his anger towards Othello...

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