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Essay | Character Analysis: Othello

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Character Analysis: Othello

Summary: At the beginning of the play, Othello is proud, intelligent, calm, patient, and self-confident. Once he becomes a victim to his love, he behaves in the most wicked, brutal, and harsh behavior causing his decent qualities to vanish.
Othello, a Moor, is a general of the Venetian armed forces. He is a noble and grand man, well respected as soldier. In the beginning of the play, he is proud, intelligent, calm, patient, and self-confident. Once he becomes a victim to his love, he behaves in the most wicked, brutal, and harsh behavior causing his decent qualities to vanish completely. Othello does change drastically.

At the beginning of the play, everything seems to be going his way. Desdemona has chosen him, and Othello prevails over Brabantio's (the father) charges that Othello has kidnapped her and seduced her with "witch craft." Chosen as the leader of the Venetian troops, (sent to protect themselves from the Turks), Othello happily arrives at Cyprus after knowing that the Turks have been defeated. Iago manages to get Cassio drunk and to quarrel with Montano, injuring him after a sword fight. Othello...

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