Othello Essay | Othello

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Othello

Summary: In William Shakespeare's play Othello, it can be seen that Othello is both a victim of his own weaknesses and insecurities as of Iago's manipulation which both ultimately contribute towards Othello's downfall and dramatic change in his character.
In William Shakespeare's play Othello, it can be seen that Othello is both a victim of his own weaknesses and insecurities as of Iago's manipulation which both ultimately contribute towards Othello's downfall and dramatic change in his character. Othello victimises himself through his love of Desdemona and the value he places on her. Othello's lack of self-worth and insecurities in being accepted by society makes him unstable and unsure of himself and of the possibility of Desdemona's disloyalty to him, making himself an easy target for Iago's conniving plans. However, by looking at Iago's careful manipulation of Othello and his extremely well thought out plottings, Othello is a victim of this perpetrator who cunningly exploited Othello's weaknesses. It can be clearly seen in Iago's speech that he is a skilled actor and convinces not just Othello but many others that he is honest, trustworthy and reliable. Desdemona is highly...

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