Othello Essay | Human's Actions

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Human's Actions

Summary: 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.
Humans' Actions

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...

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