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Perspectives on Othello's Character

Summary: Presenting Othello from the Marxist point of view would show that Othello was innocent for his actions in the murder of Desdemona, maybe even manslaughter would be a better way to put it but nonetheless he was innocent because he really was only preventing her from doing this to any other men.
Othello, one of many of the great works of William Shakespeare and a very interesting piece of English literature considering it was written in the sixteenth century, it is the epic tale of a moor who is brought to Venice and serves as a general for the Italian army, though it is his private life away from worldly affairs which is much much more interesting, Othello marry's the daughter of a wealthy lord by the name of Brabantio a Venetian senator, and is living in a serene world of joy with his newly wed wife Desdemona and as far as he knows it is perfect until one of his officers by the name of iago seeks to destroy him by placing false idea's about his wife and a fellow officer in his head slowly driving Othello insane and into a murderous and passionate rage.

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