Othello Essay | Human's Actions

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Human's Actions

Summary: A human's response to certain events, deception and jealousy and the unforeseen disasters may cause consequences on them. Othello's actions gave him consequences that he could not bear.
In Othello by William Shakespeare, the characters' actions produce exceptional calamity

and end in the death of a man in high estate. Othello, depicts 3 issues about mankind's

actions.They are a human's response to certain events, how deception and jealousy

influences a human's actions and the unforeseen disasters the actions may cause.

In Othello by William Shakespeare, every character acts differently to an event that has

happened to them. In a street in Venice, Iago tells Roderigo how much he hates Othello,

but Roderigo wonders why he still serves Othello.

O, sir, content you;

I follow him to serve my turn upon him.

We cannot all be masters, nor all masters

Cannot be truly follow'd.

(Act 1, Scene 1: 41-44 )

Iago processes his plan for revenge in his head. Iago feels that being a knave and

pretending that he is honest to the Moor, he will get his proper revenge...

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