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Emilia's Speech in "Othello" and Its Teachings

Summary: A summary of what Emilia teaches the readers through her speech in Act IV of William Shakespeare's play "Othello." The speech has been called a Renaissance plea to women's liberation, as Emilia tells of what she has experienced with her husband Iago and what is bound to happen to Desdemona. While Emilia at first seemed naïve in many ways, her speech opened up a world that Desdemona didn't know existed.
Emilia's speech and its teachings.

In the play Othello The Moor of Venice, by William Shakespeare, Emilia's speech (4.3.84-103) has been called renaissance plea to women's liberation. This is because she tells of what she has experienced with her husband Iago, and what is bound to happen to her mistress Desdemona. Comparing their both lives in her speech, it vividly explains what happens to so many women in who are in a relationship, who find themselves in the same problem. According to her speech, there are some married women who do cheat on their husbands, there are problems in marriage relationships that men are the cause of them and she warns men that women can do what men can do.

There must have been a good reason that made Iago suspect his wife Emilia to be unfaithful with Othello, making him a bitter...

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