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The Evil in "Othello"

Summary: In William Shakespeare's play, Othello is responsible for the tragedies that happened. Substantial proof suggests that Iago is in no way to blame for the tragic ending of the play; rather, due to Othello's naïve, jealous personality, Othello either directly or indirectly causes the tragedies to occur.
William Shakespeare was born to John Shakespeare and mother Mary Arden some time in late April 1564 in Stratford-upon-Avon. There is no record of his birth, but his baptism was recorded by the church, thus his birthday is assumed to be the 23rd of April. His father was a prosperous and well-known legislator in the town of Stratford-upon-Avon, who was later granted a coat of arms by the College of Heralds. All that is known of Shakespeare's youth is that he presumably attended the Stratford Grammar School, and did not proceed with any further education. The next record we have of him is his marriage to Anne Hathaway in 1582. A year after their marriage Anne gave birth to a child, Susanna, followed by the twins Judith and Hamlet two years later. During his time he wrote many plays of which Hamlet, Othello and The Winters Tale are...

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